By LoLosHouse on January 18, 2006
"Not South Beach Diet! I added back real sugar but wanted to keep the beans for protein and fiber."
Serving Size: 1 (54 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 16
"Very good.. I don't have a food processor so had to blend the beans in my magic bullett (not a good product) so there were pieces of bean that turned hard. BUT over all I love them. I decreased the sugar to 1 Cup and added a Tablespoon of vanilla they are YUMMY!!"
"These were delicious, and an excellent way to sneak some fiber into my family. My brownies took much longer than 40 minutes though - closer to an hour before the middle was set. I also decreased the sugar by 1/4 cup and might decrease it further next time, as they were a bit sweet for me (but not my family, who devoured them!) I loved the cakelike texture, too. Thanks so much!"
"Different than regular brownies, but I like em! They're more moist and fudgey. The first time I made them, I added less sugar as recommended in some of the reviews. Bad idea, I could taste the beans. The second time I did less sugar again, but added some stevia and almond extract. I couldn't taste the beans at all. They're also much better with some sort or chocolate frosting."
"Score! I loved these. I topped them with Kittencal's chocolate buttercream icing - delicious! They are uber moist - you just can't get the dryness that you do with flour - but still very very good. Thanks for posting!"
"I was cooking for a Heart Healthy Bean Festival and these were a huge hit and no one could tell they were not regular brownies. Mine turned out soft and delicious."