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Sweet Potato Brownie Recipe

If you asked me most people have a sweet tooth and love cake. This does not have to be a issue long as you make good healthy choice. This recipe is fantastic as it contains nice healthy ingredients : sweet potatoes,and cacao. So it seems only natural to try and combine these indredients in some way to create something insanely awesomely, which is exactly what I did in these sweet potato brownies . Not only do these taste awesome, they are also pretty nutritious How can a brownie be nutritious I here you ask Here is how Just because these taste insanely sweet doesn’t mean they’re not loaded with goodness Sweet potatoes are incredible They are bursting with nutritional goodness with all their antioxidants, and their anti-inflammatory properties, as well as being awesome blood sugar-regulators Each cup contains an almost unrivalled amount of vitamin A, with more than four times your daily need of this antioxidant boosting vitamin, which is essential for strengthening your body’s immunity against infection. Their bright colour also doses you up on anti-inflammatories which have been shown to reduce inflammation on the brain and nerve tissue. Each serving also contains lots of wonderful fibre, which gives each brownies a ‘slow burning’ quality, meaning their energy is used up much more slowly than low-fibre carbohydrates – like normal brownies, so you’ll be fuller, more energised and more satisfied for way longer. So if you needed an excuse to eat brownies then here it is! They’re healthy! Don’t forget that raw cacao is also a superfood as it is such an insanely rich source of antioxidants, one of the best in the world, as well as being packed with a number of other beneficial nutrients: manganese, which helps oxygenate the blood; magnesium, which helps maintain healthy bodily nerves, muscles and bones; and sulphur, which builds strong nails and hair, and promotes beautiful skin. Here is a recipe that makes 10 brownies... - 2 medium to large sweet potatoes (600g) - 2/3 of a cup of ground almonds (80g) - 1/2 a cup of buckwheat or brown rice flour (100g) - 14 medjool dates - 4 tablespoons of raw cacao - 3 tablespoons of pure maple syrup - a pinch of salt

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