Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 20 mins

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  1. Mix everything. Pour into well greased 13x9 pan.
  2. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes.
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I didn't follow the recipe exactly, but what I ended up with was more like chocolate quiche than brownies. They tasted really good, as long as you can get over the texture. I used 3 egg whites and 5 whole eggs instead of 8 whites. Yolks are good for you as long as you still eat the whites. Also, I subbed the sugar for a sugar free sweetener. Next time I will sub a few of the eggs for flax meal and see if that helps the texture and cream the cottage cheese (lumps in the brownies were weird). Also, maybe some chocolate chips might distract from the lack of flavor.

rainbow.rubatino January 12, 2010

Made some modifications and cut the recipe in half and they turned out FANTASTIC (the consistency of REAL brownies, with the same chocolatey gooeyness): 2 whole eggs [instead of 4 egg whites], 1/2 cup goat milk [instead of cottage cheese], stevia (~ 1 tsp) [instead of 1/2 cup sugar], 1/2 cup cocoa powder, 2 scoops body fortress whey cookies n' cream protein powder, 1/2 cup steel-cut oats blended for a few min (so oatmeal flour almost). I put everything in a blender and into cupcake pan and it made 6 AMAZING cupcake brownies.

DoctorKumar April 16, 2013

This was pretty good. I cut the recipe in half and baked in an 8 x 8 pan for 17 minutes. I used chocolate protein powder, stevia instead of sugar, and only 1 egg. I put everything in the food processor and mixed until smooth. This was especially important for getting the cottage cheese and oats to the right consistency. I'll have to add more stevia because it wasn't sweet enough and I forgot grease the pan, so the brownies were somewhat difficult to remove. I might also try a different protein powder flavor and see how it tastes. Overall though, it's a solid recipe and i'll probably make it again. Thanks for the post.

haven't the slightest January 17, 2011