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Does anyone else ever have a hankering for chocolate and think “How can I add black beans?”. No? Anyone? Maybe it’s just me. I’m not trying to claim any sort of health status here – these Brownie Truffles are still unhealthy goodness. So why add beans if I’m not trying to make a healthy dessert? Because I like weird food.
The beans help make a nice creamy interior. I used natural, unsweetened peanut butter and they were a bit on the bitter side. If you want sweeter truffles, be sure to use sweetened nut butter. Like many brownie recipes, these truffles taste significantly better after they sitting at least 24 hours. I thought they tasted best two days later after all of the flavors have really had a chance to mingle.
These brownie truffles are super simple to make. Throw all of the ingredients except for the chocolate chips into a food processor and blend it into a dough. Form little balls with the dough and refrigerate them until they’re firm. Coat them in melted chocolate, add the drizzle, and you’re done. Easy peasy.
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