How to Make Chocolate Pomegranate Brownies
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One can never have enough brownie recipes. Brownies can be fudgy, cakey, truffle-esque, dense, or smooth straight through. They can even be filled with chunks of nuts, chips, or seeds. There are many brownie moods. This brownie came about because so many people decide to diet and get healthy during January.
To maximize the antioxidant properties of chocolate, this recipe incorporates cacao nibs, which are the very essence of chocolate and where all those health benefits lie. Pomegranates are packed with antioxidants, as well, and offer along a hefty dose of vitamin C.
This brownie features 70% cacao chocolate and is a great basic brownie for your own additions like nuts and chocolate chips. Let’s call this a brownie with some redeeming health qualities and a whole lot of moist, chocolaty lusciousness.
Try this brownie recipe and you might think of other ways to incorporate cacao nibs and pomegranate seeds into other savory parts of your diet. The pomegranate is great in kale salad and those nibs work wonders in your fiber rich oatmeal.
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