Recipe Directions

1. Pit dates

2. Process dates in food processor to a paste

3. Add walnuts, hemp seeds, and pumkin seeds. Puree until well processed.

4. Add cacao powder, salt. Process until well-mixed.

5. Add vanilla and blend a bit more. Taste to add more of anything!

6. Mold into small balls or little truffle-type things. Press goji berries or coconut shreds on top if desired. OR more hemp seeds if you want them to look like the store-bought ones.

7. EAT!

Bitt's Thoughts

variations include mixing in a bunch of dried mulberries or goji berries, adding a pinch of cayenne, or substituting just walnuts instead of the pumpkin seeds.

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oh my yumminess..i am home sick from work today and i so wish i had all the ingredients! i have an unopened bag of cacao powder calling my name...maybe i'll improvise with what i can forage!

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I think nobody else should make these - you won't like them and then there would be all the hemp seeds, pumpkin seeds etc in the world for me to make them ALL FOR MYSELF Ha Ha Ha! (Laughs evilly)

Ok, Im told I should share so I thoroughly recommend these brownies. They are delicious. I flattened it out and made 6 brownies which I could them enjoy with a pastry fork. Im hoping my non-raw partner will enjoy them too as it is an easy way to get zinc and omega 3's into him.

Thank you for sharing.

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bandaged's Review

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I just got done scarfing down two of these coated in coconut shreds. Soooo delicious! Thanks for this awesome recipe.

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This is an excellent brownie recipe! These were loved by both my picky husband and myself! Here are some of my photos and notes:

http://beautifullivingfood.blogspot.com/2009/08/home-sweet-home-with-bro...

http://picasaweb.google.com/jholsten/RawVeganDessertsByJoyceHolsten#

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achin70's Review

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bitt,

Looks like a great recipe. Very creative!

Blessings,

Andrew

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I'm eating this now and it's very delicious but very crumbly. I used dried dates because it's all I have, might this be why?

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Vegan Goddess's Review

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this is SUCH a good recipe. i love the flavor! i topped it off with some coconut cream icing by Cafe Gratitude. mmmmmmmmmmmmm

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I made these as soon as I saw the recipe. SO GOOD! I had it under coconut fudge ice cream. Definitely could've had more.

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These are really yummy!

Thank you so much for the recipe:)

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nope, no need to dehydrate. just eat and enjoy. i like them because they are fast o make. also eaten fast.

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mmmmmm.... those do look good!! :-)

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Are these dehydrated? Could they be?

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no one has made a pot brownie joke! *applauds*

I think there is an important ingredient missing from these delicious brownies!!

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These brownies look awesome! I have been wanting a unique brownie recipe and these are perfect:)

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ooh i've had the store-bought raw hemp brownies. those look exactly the same. i think of them more as a fudge than a brownie- but so so good. thanks!

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