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Chocoholic Chocolate Brownie Oatmeal 1. Cook the oats with 1 1/2 cups of water until the oats are fluffy and all the water has disappeared (You can cook it 2. Add the cocoa powder and cinnamon to the cooked oats while they are still hot. 3. Stir until everything is fully combined, and your oats. Chocoholic Chocolate Brownie Oatmeal Oatmeal is a nutritious and incredibly versatile food that can be enjoyed as breakfast, a snack, or even a dessert.

I personally enjoy eating semi-sweetened oatmeal as a stand-alone dish but it’s also one of my favorite ingredients to add to smoothies and guilt-free treats for a fiber boost. Melt butter and unsweetened chocolate together in the top of a double boiler over simmering water, stirring frequently and scraping down the sides with a rubber spatula to avoid scorching. Remove from heat and pour chocolate mixture into a bowl.

Step 3 Mix sugar, eggs, and vanilla extract into chocolate mixture using a fork. Step 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Advertisement. Step 2. Beat butter, brown sugar, white sugar, eggs, and vanilla extract together in a bowl using an electric mixer until light and fluffy.

Stir flour, baking powder, cinnamon, salt, and nutmeg into creamed butter mixture until batter is just combined; fold in oats and 1 cup chocolate chips. Chocolate Brownie Oatmeal. Votes: 2 Rating: 4.5. Rate this recipe!

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This Pritikin-approved recipe comes. 1-1/2 Teaspoon (s) Baking Soda. 3 Cup (s) Quaker® Oats (quick or old fashioned, uncooked) 1 Cup (s) chopped nuts. Powdered sugar (optional) Cooking Instructions. In large bowl, beat cream cheese, margarine and sugars until creamy.

Add eggs and. Ingredients 12 ounces dark (bittersweet) chocolate chips 8 ounce package cream cheese, softened 1/2 cup butter, softened 1 cup firmly packed brown sugar 1/2 cup granulated sugar 2 eggs 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 1 1/2 teaspoons baking soda 1/2 teaspoon salt 3 cups. Ingredients 1 cup butter, softened ⅔ cup brown sugar ⅔ cup white sugar 2 large eggs eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 cup all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon ½ teaspoon salt 2 cups quick-cooking oats 2 cups chocolate chips, divided. Stir in the vanilla extract until well mixed, and mix in salt, baking soda, baking powder, flour, rolled oats, plus chocolate chips, raisins, and chopped nuts if desired.

Mix well to moisten all ingredients, and spread into the prepared baking pan. Step 3 Bake in the preheated oven until golden brown, 20 to 25 minutes. Chocolaty Oatmeal Brownies 3 Oatmeal and nuts are added to this rich, moist, dense brownie recipe to add some extra fiber, texture and health benefits.

Tastes great when warm and topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and drizzled with chocolate syrup.

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WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS: To make sinfully rich brownies that would be a chocolate lover’s dream, we used three forms of chocolate: unsweetened chocolate for intensity, cocoa powder to offset any sourness from the unsweetened chocolate and add complexity, and bittersweet or semisweet chocolate for slightly mellower notes.

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  • NO “ADDED” SUGAR!…..Add’s: Maple Syrup(14 GRAMS!), Vanilla Extract(1.6 GRAMS of SUGAR!)…this video is full of LIES! I am watching it anyway’s, but not making it.

  • Great recipe, however, the chocolate chips YOU recommend from Nuts.com state these ingredients: WARNING: EXCESS CONSUMPTION MAY HAVE A LAXATIVE EFFECT Maltitol, Chocolate Liquor (Proceessed with Alkali), Cocoa Butter, Sorbitan Tristearate, Soy Lecithin, Vanilla. *Sugar Alcohol 8g per 15g* I would choose some other kind with different ingredients.

  • Would this work just as well made non-vegan? I don’t have things like coconut milk lying around and I can’t afford to buy those sorts of ingredients atm:)

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  • sugar from natural foods are ok, just don’t add sugar or use white or brown sugar. a little honey, agave or maple syrup is not the same as table sugar.stop eating refined foods. if you really want to be healthy just eat natural. don’t get obsessive about how much sugar is in natural foods…your body knows how to break it down.

  • I could have toasted the oats before grinding them into flour and also toast the oats and the walnuts. They impart a toasty aroma to the finished product.

  • Thank you they look so yummy.

    Your channel talks about benefits can you tell me any proven benefits of using coconut oil ( high in saturated fat) or coconut milk in this? I know it’s heavily marketed with companies in production from Phillipines India pushing this but I’m not aware of the health benefits? Thanks

    Ie over using a light olive oil or any vegetable oil?

  • It looks delicieuse! But overhere in Europe we uses kilo and grams. Liters etc. Please could you give the messures of this fine recepie. Then I can make it. Greetings from The Netherlands

  • Good recipe. But be careful about trusting generic oats for making gluten free stuff. In our study, we found that oats are the most often contaminated with gluten (specifically gliadin). Buy certified gluten free oats.

  • Ok, so, while this looks great, you shouldn’t say no sugar added if you’re adding maple syrup and chocolate chips. That’s ummmm… lots of sugar!! ��‍♀️ looks yummy though.

  • Ooooooooh finally something I can eat that’s sweet and no gluten! I’m sooo allergic! I have dermatitis herptiforme! Allergic to glutendidn’t know UBI turned 69!

  • I made this last week with spelt flour. It was so good! Maybe I put just a bit too much banana and it tastes like banana bread (which I don’t mind at all). It certainly helped with the craving and tbh I prefer this than a normal brownie as they can be too sweet. It was also very very moist! Thanks for the healthy and delicious recipe!

  • Anyone please be careful if you are celiac or has a sensitivity. In America (or/and other countries I’m not to sure what other countries specifically) they can say oats are gluten free legally as there measurements are different to Australia and New Zealand. In Nz there is no such thing as gluten free oats. There is a protein in oats that are very similar to gluten. Hopefully this is helpful. ��

  • I am all about oats n whole wheat…I tried it…. n instantly fell in love with it…thank u��… keep surprising us with more of these recipes �� �� god bless

  • I favour the healthy food. Nothing can compare with that. Now I shall make the “healthies” for the 3. time, while both me and my family are getting a bit addicted to h-brownies. Great what You do for us. Stay well��

  • Just made this, it turned out awesome! I used 3 dates, and instead of a full cup of milk I used 1/2 a cup of brewed coffee and 1/2 a cup of milk. Along with a dash of cinnamon. Sooo tasty. And then I topped it with some peanut butter. Thanks again for the recipe! Love your channel!

  • I am eating this right now! I kind of winged it because I had leftover caramel date sauce from making vegan snickers so I added 2 more dates but it turned out delicious! And I have to have sweet oatmeal or else I can’t eat it haha

  • Yes! Perfect timing Natalie!! Totally convinced me to switch from sugar to Date paste as my oatmeal sweetener �� plus it makes the oatmeal creamier ����������������

  • I had this for breakfast today! I used 4 dates but it was a bit too sweet, so next time I’ll use only 3:D Still one hell of a recipe!

  • thank you im always looking for ways to spice up my oatmeal. great video ����
    i subed and would appreciate if you would check out my channel too ��

  • Made these with my daughters today. We all really enjoyed them. I used milk chocolate instead of dark chocolate (I didn’t have dark chocolate), also used butter instead of coconut oil, and baking soda. Came out so delicious. Thank you so much for this recipe. I really liked the icing idea.

  • Hey looks amazing. I am a little hesitant in adding coconut oil. I dont like the taste and smell of it. Does it still after being cooked? Or can i replace it something else.

  • This is an awesome recipe. I tried it last night and used stevia sweetener instead of Brown sugar and used almond flour instead of oats flour. It came out to be amazing. Thanks for the recipe

  • I love your healthy sweet recipes! I’m able to have a sweet tooth without worrying about health problems�� I don’t like peanut butter, what can I use instead please? Could i use applesauce?

  • You mentioned that the ripe bananas are most for the sweetening, and can be replaced with apple sauce. Could mashed dates or date syrup be used as well?

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  • Looks delicious! I like to try this recipe. Is yogurt really needed? Is there any ingredient that I can use instead of yogurt? How about the oat flour can I use all purpose instead of oat flour? These 2 ingredients, are hard to find it in my province.

  • Please in infos boxe you write: 35 G cacao Powder but in vidéo you write: 75 G. Can toi tel me what it’s right? Thinks ans sorry for my English ��������

  • I added some melted sugar free chocolate, chopped walnuts and white choc chips for topping. I also replaced the cocoa powder with chocolate whey protein powder. It only added an extra 100 cals to each slice with a serving size of 9 in total. They’re currently cooling in the fridge ����

    Thanks for the recipe base!

  • Not as raised as Yours, but it’s really a rich special taste. Put in a few chopped walnuts and a bit of chockchips….and today my grandchildren will taste the brownie. Thank You for the new, healthy way of baking��‍♀️��

  • Love it so much. I combined it with 10g of granulated coffee and it turned out super yumm. Looking forward to trying your other recipes

  • I made these today (but without the yogurt because I had none) and they were AMAZING. They were so much better than I imaged. I thought the banana would make them gummy or the oats would make them dry and crunchy, but they were so good the entire pan is almost all gone now.

  • Excellent recipe and well explained! This is my third recipe from your channel. One suggestion please tell me the alternative for eggs. I have many “Eggless” friends to whom I send your recipe link.

  • I couldn’t do the chocolate chips but could use chopped dates (carbs). Use ground flax with the oats maybe a bit of butter. Find something with protein to balance out the dates

  • I need to say this: I made some of your recipes lately and OMG I’M SO HAPPY, that all these are guilt free and healthy version of all the desserts I love

  • Looks like most everyone is turned on by your sexy accent, including me! Love your healthy and decadent recipes. Thanks a million!

  • This looks awesome like all your other recipes:) Just a question in video you have 75g of cocoa but in the description 35g, soo which one is it?:)

  • Hello again! After the carrot cake, the lemon bars…it was time for brownies:) made this today and…it was amazing. The whole family loved them! Next up, banana bread! A big like and a big thank you!!!

  • My first time seeing your channel and I had to hit subscribe if only for your soothing voice lol. And all the nice comments of course. I’ll be binge watching��

    May I ask what I can substitute for yogurt if I don’t have any? Thanks a lot.

  • I find that this channel is very useful and the ingredients are easy to find in any country. I live in Asia which is hard to find a lot of healthy substitution (zucchini/chickpea/walnuts) coz we import them and it’s kinda expensive here. Thank u for always using easy worldwide food��✨

  • Beautiful recipe! I subscribed to your channel after finding this one and trying it out. Looking forward to explore more. PS: i forgot the eggs but it still worked out beautifully.

  • Do you think raisins will work for this and in your vegan baked sweet desserts? Cause they’re much cheaper than dates and we’re on a tight budget at times.

  • This channel is amazing, very watchable and the recipes are delicious and healthy it just goes to show you can have your cake and not get fat, they very well presented and so easy to follow ������

  • I needed to know how many cholesterol and carb banana brownies. I had my bloodwork the other day this week. Both cholesterol and sugar went up. I have to watch what I eat with cholesterol, carb and sugar. It looked good

  • Leaving out peanut butter makes any difference (other than taste) in the brownies texture or baking result? I love peanut butter, it’s just that I’m planning to do these right now and I don’t have any at home��

  • Okay, had some bananas sitting around and had to make this. Not bad. I don’t know if i’d call them brownies, but they are quite good. Who doesn’t like that combo anyway, no matter what you call them! I tried to use Stevia for sweetening the didn’t need much but I think that using such sweetener, well, the sweetness goes down a notch when you bake. Plus, using those can change texture and shorten baking time, so you have to be careful with using them. Next time, I’ll make them just a bit sweeter. They are quite moist, the texture is good, and they are healthy! Thanks!

  • Great recipe, Chef! Thanks for sharing. I love sports and, definitely, healthier (and easy to make) sources of energy��. DO YOU THINK IT’D BE POSSIBLE to make an egg-free version; replacing it with a vegan source? thanx!

  • I can’t wait to try these. So far I have made: cream cheese & oats pancakes, banana pancakes, lemon Blueberry bread, apple pie muffins, and the strawberry jam made with chia seeds. I never got to use that in the dessert because the family ate it on everything from peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to topping on ice cream. Seriously, if you’re wondering if you try any of his recipes YES! Thank you for sharing. I’m going to try the chocolate cake next.

  • I made this today! �� I did not add any applesauce as I like the smell and taste of bananas. The brownies were so fragrant! I baked it for only 20mins and gave it a lot of time to cool down. It was soooo moist just the way I like it! ❤️

    It was sooooo delectable!�� Even my picky-eater brother loved it!❤️ Thank you soooo much for sharing this! ������❤️