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Lick That Bowl! No-Bake (Protein) Brownie Batter


If you're anything like me, then your favorite part of baking is sampling the batter/dough and licking the bowl when you're done!

Well, now you can skip right over the baking process and just head straight to that bowl with a spoon (and without worry of salmonella...).


Here you have it: Protein Brownie-Batter!


- 1 can (16oz) chickpeas

- 1 tbsp vanilla extract

- 1-2 tablespoons milk chocolate chips

- 90g chocolate protein

- 4 oz. milk of your choice

- 3 tbsp coconut flour

- 2 tbsp Nutella

- 10g Jello Instant Sugar Free Chocolate Pudding

- 3 tbsp cocoa powder

- Agave/stevia/sugar/sweetener of your choice to taste


1.) Place chickpeas into food processor and blend until smooth

2.) Add in remaining ingredients and blend! Periodically stopping to mix/push down with a rubber spatula. *Add more water or milk in small amounts and blend if consistency is initially too dry*

3.) Grab a spoon and dig in!

*Other ways to enjoy include on cookies, on fruit, on ice cream, on waffles, and whatever else you can think of!*

The ENTIRE bowl of batter runs about 90-100g protein/135-145g carbs/40-45 grams fiber/25-30g fat (Give or take depending on brands and options of ingredients)

Simple enough, huh? Now, divvy up as you see fit, and enjoy!!

*Disclaimer: Due to the heightened interest in this recipe, I'm putting it up now. However, please note that this was my first round with this recipe, and while it was good, I will likely be making slight changes next time around to get it even better. I'll be sure to keep you all updated with that! In the meantime, bon appétit!*


Want more recipes and/or nutritional help? Head to the "Forza Fitness & Conditioning" tab to learn more about nutrition plans offered and to contact me!

Also, be on the lookout for a healthy dessert e-book in the future!




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