Nutella lovers, hold onto your pants seat…  because you’re about to witness something amazing:

Healthy Nutella Oatmeal Fudgy Brownie Batter - Desserts with Benefits

Fudgy.  Brownie Batter  spiked with “Nutella
that’s also guilt free.
No need to pinch yourself, you’re not dreaming.  This is for real.
Healthy Nutella Oatmeal Fudgy Brownie Batter - Desserts with Benefits
Incredible hazelnut taste.  Intense chocolate flavor.  Indulgent fudgy texture.
It tastes completely unhealthy, but it’s actually good for you.
Filled with oats, cocoa, nut butter and…  well, I’ll let you to discover the secret ingredient for yourself  ;)
Healthy Nutella Oatmeal Fudgy Brownie Batter - Desserts with Benefits

Healthy Nutella Fudge Oatmeal Brownie Batter

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 20 minutes

Yield: 4-6 servings

Healthy Nutella Fudge Oatmeal Brownie Batter

Ingredients

    Dry:
  • 144g (1+1/2 cups) Old Fashioned Rolled Oats
  • 64g (2 scoops) Chocolate Whey Protein Powder
  • 48g (1/4 cup) Granulated Erythritol*
  • 20g (1/4 cup) Regular Cocoa Powder (unsweetened)
  • 1/16 tsp Salt
  • Wet:
  • one 15oz can Black Beans (drained and rinsed well; about 1.5 cups beans)
  • 1/4 cup Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk
  • 64g (1/4 cup) Natural Hazelnut Butter (no sugar/salt/oil added)
  • 1/2 tsp Stevia Extract*

Instructions

  1. In a medium-sized mixing bowl, add the dry ingredients, stir and set aside
  2. In a blender, puree the wet ingredients. Scoop the wet over the dry and fold until incorporated. Refrigerate covered overnight and serve the next day for the "true" cookie dough-eating experience! Otherwise, eat immediately ;)

Notes

*Feel free to omit this and increase the stevia to 3/4 tsp

This recipe is: eggless, sugar free, high fiber, high protein and gluten free!

http://dessertswithbenefits.com/nutella-fudge-oatmeal-brownie-batter/

Healthy Nutella Oatmeal Fudgy Brownie Batter - Desserts with Benefits
Healthy Nutella Oatmeal Fudgy Brownie Batter - Desserts with Benefits
Say what?!?  18g of protein for a decadent treat that tastes like sin?
Yes, please!  Heck, I’ll take thirds seconds  ;)
Healthy Nutella Oatmeal Fudgy Brownie Batter - Desserts with Benefits

Enjoy this Healthy Nutella Fudge Oatmeal Brownie Batter!  (because you definitely will)

Labels: Beans, Chocolate, Cookie-Doughs-and-Batters, Eggless, Erythritol, Gluten-Free, Hazelnuts, High-Fiber, High-Protein, No-Bake, Nutella, Nutrition-Label, Oats, Protein-Powder, Sugar-Free, Vegan

Comments (15)

  1. Lexi: May 10, 2012

    Ive been waiting for something like this for the longest time its not even funny!

  2. Back for Seconds: May 11, 2012

    Oh my! Amazing! I need to make this :)

  3. MyFudo™: May 11, 2012

    Looks really rich and yummy! I made Nutella mug cakes a few days back and they were a blast…I bet this will even be more festive. I’d love to try!

  4. Pencil Kitchen: May 11, 2012

    Love how sinful this looks :x

  5. Anonymous: May 11, 2012

    what kind of chocolate protein powder tastes best???

  6. Jessica: May 11, 2012

    I definitely think whey protein has the best taste, but there are good soy protein powders out there if you’re vegan.

    My favorite is Optimum Nutrition’s natural protein powder (super sweet and creamy!) even though it contains a tiny amount of sugar. Here’s the link:
    http://www.amazon.com/Optimum-Nutrition-Standard-Natural-Vanilla/dp/B000GIURM2/ref=sr_1_1?s=hpc&ie=UTF8&qid=1333287012&sr=1-1

    Jay Robb is my second favorite (plus it’s sugar free!). Here’s the link:
    http://www.amazon.com/Jay-Robb-Whey-Protein-Chocolate/dp/B001LIXRLE/ref=sr_1_3?s=hpc&ie=UTF8&qid=1336759273&sr=1-3

    Hope this helps!
    -Jess

  7. Chassi: May 25, 2012

    Jesus! Love it! Love love love, that’s amazing! Have a wonderful day. Love from Norway.

  8. Anonymous: June 11, 2012

    Hi, I’d really love to try this recipe (it looks so delicious!), but I have a problem with the protein powder. I’m vegan and the only vegan protein powder I can buy (I could order a flavoured one from the Internet, of course, but it’s quite expensive :() in my country (a tiny country in central Europe) is unflavoured soy protein. Do you think using unflavoured soy protein powder would affect the taste of your recipes with flavoured protein powders any significantly? And can I substitute this protein powder for fatfree powdered milk? Thanks for your reply :)

  9. Jessica: June 11, 2012

    Unflavored soy protein might make the batter is bit bland but you can definitely use it. I’m sure fat free powdered milk would work as well, either way, I would suggest adding 2-3 more tablespoons of cocoa powder, erythritol and almond milk. Just give the batter a taste to make sure it’s sweet and flavorful enough. Hope it works out!
    -Jess :)

  10. Anonymous: June 12, 2012

    Oh sorry, I must have used a wrong order of words in the phrase ‘substitute sth for sth’ (I’m not a native speaker and always seem to have problems with this phrase) :D It was actually meant like this: Would using unflavoured soy protein powder instead of fatfree powdered milk be ok in your recipes? I’d love to make all those yummy and healthy recipes, but grocery stores in my country don’t offer fatfree vegan powdered milk (they sometimes offer powdered vegan milk, but it’s nothing but fat and sugar :/) and as I said, I can’t buy reasonably priced and nutritionally balanced flavoured vegan protein powders, either :(( Too sad :( But I hope unflavoured soy protein powder will work for both of these items :) Anyway, thanks a lot for your reply and sorry for the misunderstanding! :)

  11. Jessica: June 13, 2012

    No problem! :) Soy protein tends to absorb more liquid than powdered milk, so I would say less soy protein is needed than what the recipe calls for, for the powdered milk. I would add the soy protein slowly and stop when you achieve the right texture. Hope this helps!

  12. Sarah: June 10, 2013

    Just tried this for a party this evening, and it was GREAT! Nobody could tell (or needed to know) that it was healthy! I used red kidney beans (it was all I had) and doubled the erythritol since I didn’t have any Stevia extract. I did end up adding a couple packets of Stevia, just to up the sweetness a *little* bit. Amazing!!! Absolutely love it! I’m a chocoholic, but I can’t eat much of it, so this is a perfect compromise :) Also, just as a side note, don’t know if it makes any difference but I used whey protein powder and it worked great!

  13. dessertswithbenefits: June 10, 2013

    Yay! I’m so glad you liked the recipe :)
    Good to know that the kidney beans worked out, I might try that out next time!

  14. Anoushé: July 17, 2013

    I loooove this recipe! I’ve been searching the web for oat recipes incorporating raw hazelnut butter and I just couldn’t find anything at all appealing. The addition of black beans is really interesting! I must try that out. What are your thoughts on subbing with azuki benas? they are sweet so I guess it would change the flavor a little. I tried making an overnight oats recipe incorporating hazelnut butter on my own blog called Ferrero Rocher oats, but this one looks like it might be a little bit mroe creamy and I love how it is dairy free (I used a bit of yoghurt cream cheese). I absolutely adore your high protein content in everything and was impressed to see that I’ve also been using Sun Warrior Protein powder just like you sometimes do :) can’t wait to test more of your recipes! Anoushé xoxo

  15. dessertswithbenefits: July 19, 2013

    Anoushé- I’m sure azuki beans would work just as well! They might change the flavor a little bit but I don’t think they would too much. Hope you like the recipe :)

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