Chocolate Raspberry Protein Brownie

Delicious, fudgy, rich in taste of dark chocolate and with pieces of fresh raspberries… – you would probably never guess that this Chocolate Raspberry Brownie is an actual protein brownie.

So far I have tried variety of recipes, I have baked many protein treats and personally love all of them. Somehow, I would still say that this protein brownie is unique… Maybe it is coconut oil that’s doing some magic… Maybe friendship of raw cacao and raspberries… Maybe the perfect structure of this brownie: looking firm, but when you take a bite – becoming fudgy and moist.Chocolate Raspberry Protein Brownie

Or maybe… it’s simply the brownie that should become my signature treat…? Solid taste of raw cacao and sweet raspberries – is a killer… I swear.

I created this protein brownie with my contest preparation diet in mind: I knew that I may have a treat, but it should be healthy, preferably low in calories, high in protein, sugar free and so delicious that I would not crave for any other desserts after tasting it. Making the decision to bake this Chocolate Raspberry Protein Brownie was a real success.. The brownie gets all the possible points for its nutritional data and hits the highest level for its taste, while one bar contains no more than 70kcals.

Taste of dark chocolate and a piece of juicy raspberry in every bite… You do not want to miss a chance not trying this Chocolate Raspberry Protein Brownie.


Makes 21 bars

80g oat flour

2 tbsp unsweetened cacao powder

100-120g Whey Protein Powder (Chocolate/Hazelnut/Peanut Butter)

1/2 tsp baking powder

120g unsweetened Mano and Apple Baby Food pure

1 egg

80g stevia sugar

2 tbsp coconut oil

150ml skimmed milk

Some dark chocolate chips

60-100g fresh raspberries

A bit of vanilla extract

  1. Preheat oven to 175 degrees, prepare the medium size baking pan with a sheet of baking paper.
  2. In one bowl whisk together oat flour, whey protein, stevia sugar, baking powder and cacao; set aside.
  3. In another bowl whisk together Baby Food, egg, vanilla and skimmed milk. As the ingredients are fully combined, add them to the bowl with dry ingredients and mix together until you get a creamy mass.
  4. Heat coconut oil and some chocolate chips in a microwave until the chocolate chips and coconut oil are melted together. Stir them into protein brownie batter.
  5. Pour the mixture into prepared pan. Sprinkle fresh raspberries on top. You may also add some more chocolate chips.
  6. Bake the brownie for 20 minutes or until cooked through. Let the brownie cool completely on a wire rack.
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