Here’s everything you’ll need:
- Cacao powder
- Oat flour (or oats blended finely in a blender)
- Truvia (white and brown sugar variety)
- Sweet potato
- Cashew milk
- Vegan butter
- Vanilla extract
- Himalayan sea salt
That’s all folks!
Aside from the typical baking soda and baking powder found in anyone’s cabinet, this is all you’ll need to get baking!
Since this is a two-part recipe I recommend making the base of the brownies first and making the frosting last. The frosting will need time to set in the fridge, which will be convenient since the brownies need anywhere from 40-45 minutes to bake (possibly less if you prefer a more gooey consistency.
The key to this recipe is to sift all the dry ingredients.
Yes…all of them! oat flour can be particularly thick and clumpy if not sifted, so to ensure the mix has no clumps throughout it’s best to sift it all
Which you may as well do if you’re already at it 😉
Allowing for time to cool is also an important, yet hard thing you must do. It involves the utmost self-control but will pay off.
Alas, let’s get baking!