Monday, June 6, 2011

Chocolate Coconut Brownies

I made these for our Saturday night movie, and may I say...YUM!

2  lg free range organic brown eggs
3/4 c. organic sugar
1 tsp pure vanilla
1/2 c. organic unsalted butter
1/4 tsp baking powder
1 cup whole wheat flour
3/4 cup cocoa
2/3 cup unsweetened coconut (not the sugary kind!)
1/4 chopped walnuts (optional)
1/2 cup 70% cacao chocolate chips
2 tbs. of Silk soy milk
extra chips & coconut for on top.

In bowl mix flour, baking powder, coconut set aside.

Mix eggs, sugar, vanilla and butter in stand mixer.  The add the dry mixture.  Add the 2 tbs. of Silk.  Add chocolate chips and walnuts if you're using them.

In 8 x 8 pan spread a little coconut oil on the bottom.  Add the mixture, sprinkle with remaining chocolate chips and coconut.


Bake for about 30 minutes(or until done) on 350 degrees.

Cool and enjoy with Silk or organic milk. 
Let me know what you think!

21 comments:

The Frugal Navy Wife said...

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OrangeHeroMama said...

LOVE your blog! So glad that i found it on the monday hop! :)
Will definitely be trying out these brownies soon..sound SOOOOOOOOO good!!

Christy @
www.scrappy2010ramblings.blogspot.com

T Jones said...

The brownie's look divine! I am a new GFC follower from the Lower Your Alexa hop.

Hope you'll visit me at Frugal Experiments.

Have a great day!

Ellie-A Little of This and a Little of That said...

Brownies look yummy! I'm a new follower from Alexa Hop. Also following Facebook and Twitter. Please stop by A Little of This and a Little of That and follow back.
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Have a super week!

moncheri said...

Following you via Alexa Hop. Hope you will follow me too @ http://masalabowl.blogspot.com/

Sarah said...

This is right up my alley, thank you!

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Our Side of the Mountain said...

Oh, these sound and look great! Yum! Stopping by from Tuesday Blog Hop!

Jessy

Kimberley said...

Hi. I found you through the Tuesday Fun Hop. I have a new blog at http://healthykidshappykids.blogspot.com and am hoping you'll come visit and follow me back.

Thanks so much :)

Katie said...

MMMM that looks so good thanks for posting it, I am following you back from Alexa hop

Alissabeth said...

Stopping by from the Alexa hop...I'm your newest follower!

I love that you use organic ingredients and this recipe seems healthy! :-)

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Grace Matthews said...

These look so yummy. Following you through the Alexa Hop. Sorry I am late but time got away from me.

Dawn @Just Married with Coupons said...

Wow! Those both look and sound absolutely amazing!!!

Kristi said...

Wow. That just looks SO good!!! Thanks for sharing the recipe, I'm going to have to make that. Soon!

Stopping by from the Tuesday Blog Hop, and following you! :)

Lilac City Momma said...

Yum! I have to try these!!

island girl said...

Hi! Thank you so much everyone for the wonderful comments! If I haven't already been, I look forward to stopping by your blogs this week! Have a fun and fabulous week!!

mamaburgher said...

Oh so tempting! I wish my husband liked coconut and chocolate. :( I'd make these, but I would definitely eat the whole pan. ;)

Tree said...

Mmm.. these look delish! Two of my favorite ingredients! Thanks for joining me for Tasty Tuesday... I'm just getting my "rounds" done. LOL Following you via GFC and Twitter now too.

CentsLessDeals said...

These look so fabulous!!

I found you from the blog hop and I'm a new follower via GFC. I would love it if you would follow me back!

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Thanks :)

~JB

Nancy StylenDecorDeals said...

The brownies look delish! I'll have to try the recipe!

I'm your newest follower from the hop!
Hope you'll hop by and visit me!

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Terry said...

Shoot... my comment didn't go through. What I said was, I love the recipe and want to make these. All I use is whole wheat flour.

If it works for me can I put it on my blog and link to you?
It might be awhile before I get to it.
Tweeted.

hippie_mom said...

Stopping by from the Alexa Hop! These sound delicious and I can easily make them gluten free!

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