After the Easter break, I bet you don’t want to hear the word chocolate again!  Here’s a guilt-free treat to get you through the easter detox.

The amazing Lush Scoop recipe is vegan, raw and packed with nuts and coconut for extra goodness. Head over to lushscoop.com to see more mouth-watering recipes or to grab your copy of the latest magazine.



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Vegan Brownie Recipe c/o The Lush Scoop

For the base:

  • 3/4 cup walnuts
  • 1 cup shredded coconut
  • 1 cup organic medjool dates (soaked in warm water for a few minutes)
  • 1/2 cup organic raw cacao powder
  • 1/4 cup maple syrup (optional, for extra gooey goodness)
  • 1 TBS maca & 1 TBS mesquite powder (optional)

Line a cake/brownie pan with coconut oil or baking paper. Process all of your ingredients in a food processor, starting with the walnuts – then gradually adding the dry to wet ingredients. Use short quick pulses to prevent it from becoming too smooth (i like my brownies to have a bit of crunch). Once its sticking together nicely press the mixture into the base of a cake/brownie pan and place it in the freezer until the chocolate topping it done.For the top:

  • 2 Tbs organic raw cacao powder
  • 1/3 cup raw organic coconut butter
  • 1/4 cup maple syrup

Blend the chocolate mixture until smooth and creamy. Tip it on top of the brownie mixture and smooth it over into a nice wave like chocolate-y swirl. Place in the freezer until firm (usually about 20 mins).
Serve and enjoy!!


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Let us know if you try this recipe and how it turns out! Tag us and @thelushscoop in your photos on instagram!

Happy eating,

Kayla xx





20 thoughts on “Rich Raw Vegan Brownie recipe

  1. This brownie looks decadent and delicious! And vegan, too? I will definitely try your recipe the next time I’m craving something sweet.

  2. I’m very curious about raw desserts, but haven’t made that many yet. Those brownies looks delicious. Can you taste the dates in the brownies?

  3. not sure I will try this as I am diabetic and it seems to be filled with sugar–even too much natural sugar is no good for a diabetic. It does sound good though.

  4. Wow this looks and sounds just lovely. I love brownies and am always looking for new and better recipes. I need to give this one a try!

  5. I use to make brownie as a teenager and forgot the ingredients to make them. I’m glad I found your recipe. I like the added ingredients to try. Thanks for your recipe:)

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