I'm trying to add more pulses to my diet, and I have a craving for chocolate... good thing there is black bean brownies.
I've never made these before, and I thought at first I could just add the mashed up beans to my favourite brownie recipe. But now I see that black bean brownie recipes don't have any flour in them. Is this just because people want to be gluten free, or would having both flour and beans together do something horrid to the taste and texture?
Is it possible to just add beans to my already yummy brownie recipe?
Do you have a black bean brownie recipe you love? I'm looking for one with just cocoa powder, and no chocolate or chocolate chips (I don't keep those in the house and I'm not going shopping today). Baking starts in about two hours, so I'm going to mark this as urgent.
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