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Raw Chocolate Brownie Bites

Nov 19, 2015 | Nutrition, Recipe, Recipes for Runners | 3 comments

I have a real sweet tooth, and spending time at home working is really testing my self-control when it comes to multiple chocolate breaks. I made these delicious raw brownie bites that taste chocolatey, fudgy and amazing, plus they are full of natural goodness to ensure that my sweet treats had more nutrients than a Kit Kat!

I’ve kept my raw brownie bites in the freezer to keep them fresher for longer,and to stop me eating them all at once. They are perfect with an 11am coffee, 4pm cup of tea or as an after dinner treat.

I’ve been really struggling with the long days at uni and need to be organised with my snacks to give me energy to concentrate through my 2 hour lectures and tutorials. I’ve got a couple of these in a zip-lock to keep me going from 9-6 today before the Cosmo blog awards! I’m so excited to attend and see who wins our category!

Raw brownie bites

Raw Chocolate Brownie Bites

200g pecans

500g Medjool dates, pitted

3tbsp cacao

1tbsp almond butter

3tbsp desiccated coconut

3tbsp maple syrup


In a food processor, pulse the pecans into small pieces.

Add in the Medjool dates and pulse again before adding the remainder of the ingredients and blitzing together until the mixture clumps together.

Divide into 24 equal balls, about the size of a walnut. Freeze or refrigerate until you want to eat them! To make them look really posh, you can roll them in extra coconut or cacao to make them look like truffles.


Raw chocolate brownie bites


  1. fionajarrett

    These look really good. I love everything that goes into these so can only imagine how good they taste! 🙂

  2. Petra / Be Healthy Now

    Mmm, all my favourite ingredients in one recipe! They must be extremely delicious and I will be saving this recipe so I can make it in the future..


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