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Raw brownie bites are made in minutes, packed with protein and a perfect after-school snack! The peanut-free option makes this the best allergy-friendly treatment.

Unlike other quick snacks, this raw brownie bite will make your kids full and satisfied. They increase 6 grams of protein in every small bite and are made with healthy whole foods. They only need a few minutes to put together, make them mother-friendly, and taste like dessert, making them child-friendly. Basically, perfection.

Everywhere. The question should be, where do you NOT get protein. If you eat the right foods, you will get everything you need to live a healthy active life. Barriers to this are children. Little devils like to make life difficult, and when you have a screamer, it's easy to give up. I must know, I often give up on petty terrorists.

This school year I decided to become a healthy and healthy mother. At least I will start that way, I do not make promises once the year runs. So I pulled out my best weapon, dessert. And make gifts that even my craziest little monsters can refuse. Gotcha kid, finally I won.

I don't really like protein powder drinks. I prefer making my own smoothies with whole foods, which is why I have been using pure bean protein for years. It's not only low in fat, carbohydrates, calories, etc. but has more than 2700 mg of branched-chain amino acids and more than 1300 mg of arginine. Which makes it ideal post-exercise nutrition. And it blends well with anything, so it's the perfect ingredient for this recipe.

I like that this powder doesn't have additional sweeteners (I'm not a fan of stevia, which is basically everything), so I can add whatever sweetener I want. It's also very neutral so all and all flavors match that!


  • 10 tablespoons of cocoa powder (I use the NOW Foods brand)
  • 6 tablespoons of maple syrup (I use the NOW Foods brand)
  • 1/4 cup of almond butter, use sun butter for peanut-free (see note)
  • 1/4 cup of pea protein powder without flavor, see note (I use the brand NOW Sports)
  • 2 teaspoons of vanilla extract
  • 1/4 teaspoon sea salt
  • 2-4 tablespoons of milk-free chocolate chips, remove them for healthier choices
  • 2-4 tablespoons of water, optional (see note)


  1. Put everything except chocolate chips and water into a bowl and stir well.
  2. Add water slowly if necessary. You might not need any water if your almond butter is runny. If you roll it into balls, just add water if you need help mixing the mixture well. Start with one teaspoon and add slowly until you get the mixture evenly mixed. If you add too much the mixture will be too soft to roll.
  3. Add chocolate chips and mix again.
  4. Eat right away if you eat it like a dough.
  5. Let it cool in the fridge when you clean, then roll it into a ball if you like to eat it.
This recipe is inspired by veggiesdontbite

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