Monday

Choc Treats

We've spent some serious time mastering the art of a delicious, healthy and just a little bit sinful snack!


With choc brownies being the perfect comfort food we set out to make it just a little healthier and created this recipe. 

Reasons we love it:

  1. It uses ingredients you already have so you can whip it up as a quick dessert for a dinner with friends or just as a last minute meal prep for the week.
  2. Stays nice and moist (yup, we used that word) so it keeps well over the coming days (if it lasts that long)
  3. Is only 60 calories (!!!!!!!!!!!) per serve. No lies and its a decent square not a mouthful.
  4. Can be as low as 37 calories per serve if you use stevia. Personally we're not a fan. Look at the ingredients and let us know if you can pronounce them. 
  5. Its gluten free as the binding carbohydrate is from oats instead of plain flour. This also ups the fibre content.
  6. It's nut free so its school/workplace friendly. Although you can throw some pecans in if you're just a little nutty.
  7. And its a one bowl recipe. All you need is a food processor or blender so its fool proof.
  8. ITs delicious its the right amount of chocy-sweet that you're satisfied but not that you can't stop and you eat the entire dish. 
  9. It's got our friends and families seal of approval. TRIED AND TESTED.




for a video recipe see our instagram

1/2 cup rolled oats
1/2 cup raw cocoa
1/2 cup brown sugar (can also us stevia)
3/4 cup natural Greek yoghurt
1 egg
1/4 cup milk
1tsp baking powder
pinch of salt

  • Pre-heat oven at 200°c
  • Grease and line tray with baking paper. We use a 6"4". Combine dry ingredients in food processor/blender. 
  • Add wet ingredients and blend till well combined and smooth. 
  • Pour into tray, cook in oven for 15 minutes or until knife comes out clean. 
  • Cut into 15 its 60 cal per serve. If Stevie is used 37 calories per serve but we personally don't like highly artificial processed compounds. 

Optional 
1/4 cup Dark choc chips (88cal)
1/4 cup Pecans or walnuts (130cal)