Oh it has been a while....
Life has been so go go gooooo the past few weeks!
Are you in college? Or have you ever been to college or planning on going at some point in your lifespan?
Well let me tell you what.
One of two things will happen.
1- You will find yourself with a strange amount of time and/or fall into a lazy attitude which is really just your attempt at covering the large list of new scary things to do
2- You will find yourself with a strange absence of all sense of free time, in that any moment in your planner that looks like free time is actually a Times-New-Roman-12-point-font-double-spaced and mile long list of things to do in disguise. And you don't know that until the moment arrives. The list will appear promptly in your head in the exhale of the large breath you are trying to breath since there was apparently supposed to be a space of free time in your weekend.
In any event, the consistent posting rhythm for your blog that have been kept up so well is probably somewhere in the bermuda triangle or ozone layer. Not sure which yet, maybe both. Or maybe that's just me..
But here is something that will make it all better. Something that is so great that nothing else in the world or on your list or in your planner or anything at all could possibly ruin the greatness..
RAW FUDGE BROWNIES.
If you couldn't tell by the fully capitalized title of this post, or by the strangely large sentence above, THESE ARE GOING TO CHANGE YOUR LIFE AND I LOVE YOU SO I WANT YOU TO GO MAKE THESE. LIKE NOW. PUT DOWN THE CALCULATOR OR NOTEBOOK AND PENCIL AND WALK INTO YOUR KITCHEN (whether real kitchen or dorm-room food storage area) AND MAKE THESE AND LOVE LIFE AND BE HAPPY:):):):):)
Raw Fudge Brownies
makes-12 brownies/6" square dish
1 cup rolled oats
1/3 cup raw walnuts
1/3 cup + 1/4 cup cocoa powder
1/3 cup water
1/3 cup raw honey
1/4 cup raw coconut butter
1 tablespoon vanilla extract
1) In a food processor, pulse walnuts and oats until a floury consistency forms
2) Add cocoa powder and blend until just combined
3) Add coconut butter, water, honey, and vanilla; blend until a batter forms
4) Spread batter into a glass 6x6 inch baking pan and cover; refrigerate for at least 4 hours, or overnight
5) Cut into 12 squares and ENJOY<3<3<3
*Store in the fridge. They will be firmer as they chill; as they sit out they will become fudgier. Plan your refrigeration/out time accordingly:)
Ciao for now!