These delicious and unbelievably soft Zucchini Chocolate Brownies are fabulous for freezing and popping straight into the kid’s school lunchboxes – plus they contain hidden veggies!
Did you know there is a specific day of the year to celebrate Chocolate? It’s July 7th, but I figure any day is a good day for chocolate! I am more than happy to celebrate the deliciousness of all things chocolate… white, milk, dark and everything in between. There are so many ways to eat chocolate – as a block, in ice-cream, biscuits, cakes, or a yummy brownie!
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One of my kids favourite baked chocolate treats is brownies. There are many variations out there with nuts and fruit, but I made a version sneaking in zucchini, which made the brownie richer, more moist and ooh so yummy!
All you’ll need is a few simple ingredients from the pantry, plus 2 zucchinis. I used coconut oil as it can have positive effects on your health such as improving hair, skin, cholesterol, immune system and more. I use it in many of my bliss ball recipes too.
This Zucchini Chocolate Brownie recipe is fabulous for freezing and popping straight into the kid’s school lunchboxes. I like to make a few batches in bulk, slicing them up, and then freezing in individual portions ready for the lunchboxes (or an afternoon snack!).
Recommended Tools to Make Zucchini Chocolate Brownies
- Enamel Baking Pan
- Mini Loaf Pan – To make small individual portions
TIP: Cut into slices to freeze individual portions.
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