If you are looking for a super easy blender recipe for vegan blondies I got a yummy recipe for you.
They are vegan and pretty healthy. They are low in fat, loaded with good carbs and some protein. I think of them as fudgy blondies or as Clif Bars meets blondies Recipe.
Pumpkin Blondies Ingredients:
1 can of pumpkin or 1 lb of steamed pumpkin
1 can of garbanzo or great northern beans or 1 pound of cooked beans
1 /3 cup of coconut sugar or whatever sweetener you prefer to use.
a pinch of stevia optional
1 tsp of pumpkin pie or cinnamon spice
1/3 cup of nut milk (if you add more milk you can add 1 tsp of cornstarch. I didn’t)
2 big tbsp of peanut or almond or coconut butter
1 tsp baking powder
Blend and Pour into a Large Dish.
A tip – keep them pretty thin otherwise they will take quite a while to bake. I liked the deep dish ones I made but if you keep them an inch deep they will cook faster and will be on the dryer side for storage. I did like them less dry and more moist as shown in the photo so it is really a matter of taste preferences.
If you decide to do a swirl layer here are the ingredients for the chocolate swirl:
1/2 cup old-fashioned or quick oats
1/4 cup or so of chocolate chips or chocolate pieces
1-2 tbsp of dark cocoa powder
a good pinch or two of salt
1/3 cup or more of sugar (I used dark molasses sugar that is to die for)
1 banana (optional but I did use it)
3 tbsp coconut flakes (optional but a nice fat source)
1/2 tsp baking soda
Blend and pour on top. Give it a small swirl so the layers of orange and drown are distinct.
Bake in a 400-degree preheated oven for 30-60 minutes (depends on how deep you dish is). Test them with a knife. If it comes out clean they are done. I took mine out before my knife came out clean and by morning they were pretty dry yet moist if you know what I mean 🙂
That is it. They are ultra easy to make. Its a one blender recipe really. Foolproof.