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O’ So Good Hemp Brownie Balls

Like Madonna or Elton John, the brownie is a classic that never goes out of style. That doesn’t mean it’s not open to reinvention – in every shape, colour and size it’s been reimagined more times than Papa Don’t Preach at a karaoke bar. We wanted our own original version so we asked Lauren Lovatt of The Plant Based Culinary School to dream up what a Good Hemp brownie might look like. She made a sweet mix of carob, cacao and tamari held together with a Good Hemp seed butter (blended seeds and milk) and mixed with dried fruits. She rolled them into truffle-sized balls which were then coated with a generous helping of hemp seeds for all that protein-omega goodness. 

 

Ingredients
  • 200g Good Hemp seed butter
  • 200g Chickpeas, rinsed
  • 45g Carob
  • 45g Cacao
  • 110g Maple
  • 30g Tamari
  • 150ml Good Hemp Seed Milk
  • 100g Cacao butter, melted
  • 100g Cranberries
  • 50g Cherries
  • 50g Dates, chopped
  • 50g Goji berries
  • 20g Chia seeds
  • 100g Good Hemp Seeds for rolling

Method

1

To make the hemp seed butter pulse 200g of hemp seeds in a food processor with a little hemp seed oil until smooth.

2

Blend the hemp seed butter, cacao butter, chickpeas, carob, cacao, maple and tamari with Good Hemp milk and blend into a silky smooth mix. Add the cacao butter to the blender and mix again.

3

Fold through the dried fruits and chia seeds and put the mix to set in the fridge for 20 minutes. 

4

Roll your mix into small to medium sized balls, then roll in hemp seeds to coat. 

5

Put back in the fridge in a sealed container to set. These brownies will last for up to 5 days in a sealed container…if you can resist for that long!