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12 Deceptively Delicious Dishes From Around the World

12 Deceptively Delicious Dishes From Around the World


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It’s all relative when it comes to what people find delicious and what’s considered disgusting. It depends on society, country, culture, and some innate tendencies, and it’s the difference between thinking a fried spider sounds like a nightmare or something perfectly normal (they’re often eaten in Cambodia). When Salon spoke with Daniel Kelly, author of “Yuck!: The Nature and Moral Significance of Disgust,” he said that some responses are innate, but the culture we grow up in can sometimes fine-tune what it is we’re disgusted by. Individual disparities, he said, are also valid – you might be disgusted by the above example of fried spiders in Cambodia if you experienced a spider bite when you were young and be unable to judge this specialty for its flavor alone.

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Certain American foods are often considered disgusting by foreigners, according to Business Insider. An AskReddit thread revealed that some visitors found everything from grits and biscuits and gravy to Hershey’s chocolate, supermarket bread, and Twizzlers to be unpleasant. Here, we’ve compiled 12 dishes from around the world that might look unappetizing or worse at first, but keep an open mind because tasting each might reveal a whole new world of flavor to you.

Angulas (Miniature Eels)

Known in English as elvers, these baby eels — two to three inches long and about as thick as a piece of twine, with two pinpoint black eyes showing — are a popular dish in Spain’s Basque provinces. They must be cooked — usually with olive oil, garlic, and chiles — alive or right after they're killed (traditionally by drowning in tobacco water) to maintain the right texture.

Black Pudding (Blood Sausage)

Traditionally eaten in England, Scotland, Ireland, France, and many other countries, black pudding is basically congealed pig's or cow's blood, usually mixed with a binder such as oatmeal or rice, flavored with onions and spices, and stuffed into a casing. It is eaten either whole like a sausage, in thick slices, or crumbled.


Deceptively Delicious Brownies

I watched a re-run of Oprah the other day while I was working out. Jessica Seinfeld (yes, wife of Jerry) was on her show to promote her cookbook- Deceptively Delicious. Because I have a baby on the way and a husband who doesn’t necessarily CHOOSE to eat veggies, I thought I would give her recipe for brownies a try. I thought that if Oprah could go ape-shit on eating a brownie, than there’s prolly a good chance that it tastes good.

This afternoon while watching a Red Sox game, I gave one to the sweet-toothed husband.

Casey took a bite (begrudgingly) and was said–“Why do these have spinach & carrots in them?”

I had to explain that it’s hard for someone like to me to get good stuff in people like him- and it might be hard for our future spawn.

“So this is good for me? Can’t I just eat spinach and carrots on there own?” (like he would) He needed a little more explanation why I was making something *deceptively delicious*

And then he asked for another one! I think it wouldn’t be something he would necessarily BEG me to make. But if it’s there, he no-doubt will eat as many as he could before I got mad. I’d like to eat some too!

The brownies are really moist & chewy. I might add a little more sugar next time….or top it with powdered sugar instead of cocoa powder. They definitely taste healthy, but they do satisfy if you NEED something sweet!

Deceptively Delicious Brownies


Ingredients:

– Nonstick cooking spray
– 3 ounces semisweet or bittersweet chocolate
– 2 cup carrot puree (After peeling and trimming the ends, steam carrots for 10-12 minutes and then puree in a food processor for 2 minutes)
– 2 cup spinach puree (Steam for 30 seconds, then puree in a food processor for 2 minutes)
– 2 cup firmly packed light or dark brown sugar
– 4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
– 2 tablespoons trans-fat-free soft tub margarine spread
– 2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
– 2 large egg whites
– 4 cup oat flour, or all-purpose flour
– 2 teaspoon baking powder
– 2 teaspoon salt

1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Coat an 8࡮-inch baking pan with cooking spray.
2. Melt the chocolate in a double boiler or over a very low flame. (i used a microwave- melted in 10 second increments till fully melted)
3. In a large bowl, combine the melted chocolate, vegetable purees, sugar, cocoa powder, margarine, and vanilla, and whisk until smooth and creamy, 1 to 2 minutes.
4. Whisk in egg whites. Stir in the flour, baking powder, and salt with a wooden spoon.
5. Pour the batter into the pan and bake 35 to 40 minutes. Cool completely in the pan before cutting into 12 bars.


Deceptively Delicious Brownies

I watched a re-run of Oprah the other day while I was working out. Jessica Seinfeld (yes, wife of Jerry) was on her show to promote her cookbook- Deceptively Delicious. Because I have a baby on the way and a husband who doesn’t necessarily CHOOSE to eat veggies, I thought I would give her recipe for brownies a try. I thought that if Oprah could go ape-shit on eating a brownie, than there’s prolly a good chance that it tastes good.

This afternoon while watching a Red Sox game, I gave one to the sweet-toothed husband.

Casey took a bite (begrudgingly) and was said–“Why do these have spinach & carrots in them?”

I had to explain that it’s hard for someone like to me to get good stuff in people like him- and it might be hard for our future spawn.

“So this is good for me? Can’t I just eat spinach and carrots on there own?” (like he would) He needed a little more explanation why I was making something *deceptively delicious*

And then he asked for another one! I think it wouldn’t be something he would necessarily BEG me to make. But if it’s there, he no-doubt will eat as many as he could before I got mad. I’d like to eat some too!

The brownies are really moist & chewy. I might add a little more sugar next time….or top it with powdered sugar instead of cocoa powder. They definitely taste healthy, but they do satisfy if you NEED something sweet!

Deceptively Delicious Brownies


Ingredients:

– Nonstick cooking spray
– 3 ounces semisweet or bittersweet chocolate
– 2 cup carrot puree (After peeling and trimming the ends, steam carrots for 10-12 minutes and then puree in a food processor for 2 minutes)
– 2 cup spinach puree (Steam for 30 seconds, then puree in a food processor for 2 minutes)
– 2 cup firmly packed light or dark brown sugar
– 4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
– 2 tablespoons trans-fat-free soft tub margarine spread
– 2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
– 2 large egg whites
– 4 cup oat flour, or all-purpose flour
– 2 teaspoon baking powder
– 2 teaspoon salt

1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Coat an 8࡮-inch baking pan with cooking spray.
2. Melt the chocolate in a double boiler or over a very low flame. (i used a microwave- melted in 10 second increments till fully melted)
3. In a large bowl, combine the melted chocolate, vegetable purees, sugar, cocoa powder, margarine, and vanilla, and whisk until smooth and creamy, 1 to 2 minutes.
4. Whisk in egg whites. Stir in the flour, baking powder, and salt with a wooden spoon.
5. Pour the batter into the pan and bake 35 to 40 minutes. Cool completely in the pan before cutting into 12 bars.


Deceptively Delicious Brownies

I watched a re-run of Oprah the other day while I was working out. Jessica Seinfeld (yes, wife of Jerry) was on her show to promote her cookbook- Deceptively Delicious. Because I have a baby on the way and a husband who doesn’t necessarily CHOOSE to eat veggies, I thought I would give her recipe for brownies a try. I thought that if Oprah could go ape-shit on eating a brownie, than there’s prolly a good chance that it tastes good.

This afternoon while watching a Red Sox game, I gave one to the sweet-toothed husband.

Casey took a bite (begrudgingly) and was said–“Why do these have spinach & carrots in them?”

I had to explain that it’s hard for someone like to me to get good stuff in people like him- and it might be hard for our future spawn.

“So this is good for me? Can’t I just eat spinach and carrots on there own?” (like he would) He needed a little more explanation why I was making something *deceptively delicious*

And then he asked for another one! I think it wouldn’t be something he would necessarily BEG me to make. But if it’s there, he no-doubt will eat as many as he could before I got mad. I’d like to eat some too!

The brownies are really moist & chewy. I might add a little more sugar next time….or top it with powdered sugar instead of cocoa powder. They definitely taste healthy, but they do satisfy if you NEED something sweet!

Deceptively Delicious Brownies


Ingredients:

– Nonstick cooking spray
– 3 ounces semisweet or bittersweet chocolate
– 2 cup carrot puree (After peeling and trimming the ends, steam carrots for 10-12 minutes and then puree in a food processor for 2 minutes)
– 2 cup spinach puree (Steam for 30 seconds, then puree in a food processor for 2 minutes)
– 2 cup firmly packed light or dark brown sugar
– 4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
– 2 tablespoons trans-fat-free soft tub margarine spread
– 2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
– 2 large egg whites
– 4 cup oat flour, or all-purpose flour
– 2 teaspoon baking powder
– 2 teaspoon salt

1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Coat an 8࡮-inch baking pan with cooking spray.
2. Melt the chocolate in a double boiler or over a very low flame. (i used a microwave- melted in 10 second increments till fully melted)
3. In a large bowl, combine the melted chocolate, vegetable purees, sugar, cocoa powder, margarine, and vanilla, and whisk until smooth and creamy, 1 to 2 minutes.
4. Whisk in egg whites. Stir in the flour, baking powder, and salt with a wooden spoon.
5. Pour the batter into the pan and bake 35 to 40 minutes. Cool completely in the pan before cutting into 12 bars.


Deceptively Delicious Brownies

I watched a re-run of Oprah the other day while I was working out. Jessica Seinfeld (yes, wife of Jerry) was on her show to promote her cookbook- Deceptively Delicious. Because I have a baby on the way and a husband who doesn’t necessarily CHOOSE to eat veggies, I thought I would give her recipe for brownies a try. I thought that if Oprah could go ape-shit on eating a brownie, than there’s prolly a good chance that it tastes good.

This afternoon while watching a Red Sox game, I gave one to the sweet-toothed husband.

Casey took a bite (begrudgingly) and was said–“Why do these have spinach & carrots in them?”

I had to explain that it’s hard for someone like to me to get good stuff in people like him- and it might be hard for our future spawn.

“So this is good for me? Can’t I just eat spinach and carrots on there own?” (like he would) He needed a little more explanation why I was making something *deceptively delicious*

And then he asked for another one! I think it wouldn’t be something he would necessarily BEG me to make. But if it’s there, he no-doubt will eat as many as he could before I got mad. I’d like to eat some too!

The brownies are really moist & chewy. I might add a little more sugar next time….or top it with powdered sugar instead of cocoa powder. They definitely taste healthy, but they do satisfy if you NEED something sweet!

Deceptively Delicious Brownies


Ingredients:

– Nonstick cooking spray
– 3 ounces semisweet or bittersweet chocolate
– 2 cup carrot puree (After peeling and trimming the ends, steam carrots for 10-12 minutes and then puree in a food processor for 2 minutes)
– 2 cup spinach puree (Steam for 30 seconds, then puree in a food processor for 2 minutes)
– 2 cup firmly packed light or dark brown sugar
– 4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
– 2 tablespoons trans-fat-free soft tub margarine spread
– 2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
– 2 large egg whites
– 4 cup oat flour, or all-purpose flour
– 2 teaspoon baking powder
– 2 teaspoon salt

1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Coat an 8࡮-inch baking pan with cooking spray.
2. Melt the chocolate in a double boiler or over a very low flame. (i used a microwave- melted in 10 second increments till fully melted)
3. In a large bowl, combine the melted chocolate, vegetable purees, sugar, cocoa powder, margarine, and vanilla, and whisk until smooth and creamy, 1 to 2 minutes.
4. Whisk in egg whites. Stir in the flour, baking powder, and salt with a wooden spoon.
5. Pour the batter into the pan and bake 35 to 40 minutes. Cool completely in the pan before cutting into 12 bars.


Deceptively Delicious Brownies

I watched a re-run of Oprah the other day while I was working out. Jessica Seinfeld (yes, wife of Jerry) was on her show to promote her cookbook- Deceptively Delicious. Because I have a baby on the way and a husband who doesn’t necessarily CHOOSE to eat veggies, I thought I would give her recipe for brownies a try. I thought that if Oprah could go ape-shit on eating a brownie, than there’s prolly a good chance that it tastes good.

This afternoon while watching a Red Sox game, I gave one to the sweet-toothed husband.

Casey took a bite (begrudgingly) and was said–“Why do these have spinach & carrots in them?”

I had to explain that it’s hard for someone like to me to get good stuff in people like him- and it might be hard for our future spawn.

“So this is good for me? Can’t I just eat spinach and carrots on there own?” (like he would) He needed a little more explanation why I was making something *deceptively delicious*

And then he asked for another one! I think it wouldn’t be something he would necessarily BEG me to make. But if it’s there, he no-doubt will eat as many as he could before I got mad. I’d like to eat some too!

The brownies are really moist & chewy. I might add a little more sugar next time….or top it with powdered sugar instead of cocoa powder. They definitely taste healthy, but they do satisfy if you NEED something sweet!

Deceptively Delicious Brownies


Ingredients:

– Nonstick cooking spray
– 3 ounces semisweet or bittersweet chocolate
– 2 cup carrot puree (After peeling and trimming the ends, steam carrots for 10-12 minutes and then puree in a food processor for 2 minutes)
– 2 cup spinach puree (Steam for 30 seconds, then puree in a food processor for 2 minutes)
– 2 cup firmly packed light or dark brown sugar
– 4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
– 2 tablespoons trans-fat-free soft tub margarine spread
– 2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
– 2 large egg whites
– 4 cup oat flour, or all-purpose flour
– 2 teaspoon baking powder
– 2 teaspoon salt

1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Coat an 8࡮-inch baking pan with cooking spray.
2. Melt the chocolate in a double boiler or over a very low flame. (i used a microwave- melted in 10 second increments till fully melted)
3. In a large bowl, combine the melted chocolate, vegetable purees, sugar, cocoa powder, margarine, and vanilla, and whisk until smooth and creamy, 1 to 2 minutes.
4. Whisk in egg whites. Stir in the flour, baking powder, and salt with a wooden spoon.
5. Pour the batter into the pan and bake 35 to 40 minutes. Cool completely in the pan before cutting into 12 bars.


Deceptively Delicious Brownies

I watched a re-run of Oprah the other day while I was working out. Jessica Seinfeld (yes, wife of Jerry) was on her show to promote her cookbook- Deceptively Delicious. Because I have a baby on the way and a husband who doesn’t necessarily CHOOSE to eat veggies, I thought I would give her recipe for brownies a try. I thought that if Oprah could go ape-shit on eating a brownie, than there’s prolly a good chance that it tastes good.

This afternoon while watching a Red Sox game, I gave one to the sweet-toothed husband.

Casey took a bite (begrudgingly) and was said–“Why do these have spinach & carrots in them?”

I had to explain that it’s hard for someone like to me to get good stuff in people like him- and it might be hard for our future spawn.

“So this is good for me? Can’t I just eat spinach and carrots on there own?” (like he would) He needed a little more explanation why I was making something *deceptively delicious*

And then he asked for another one! I think it wouldn’t be something he would necessarily BEG me to make. But if it’s there, he no-doubt will eat as many as he could before I got mad. I’d like to eat some too!

The brownies are really moist & chewy. I might add a little more sugar next time….or top it with powdered sugar instead of cocoa powder. They definitely taste healthy, but they do satisfy if you NEED something sweet!

Deceptively Delicious Brownies


Ingredients:

– Nonstick cooking spray
– 3 ounces semisweet or bittersweet chocolate
– 2 cup carrot puree (After peeling and trimming the ends, steam carrots for 10-12 minutes and then puree in a food processor for 2 minutes)
– 2 cup spinach puree (Steam for 30 seconds, then puree in a food processor for 2 minutes)
– 2 cup firmly packed light or dark brown sugar
– 4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
– 2 tablespoons trans-fat-free soft tub margarine spread
– 2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
– 2 large egg whites
– 4 cup oat flour, or all-purpose flour
– 2 teaspoon baking powder
– 2 teaspoon salt

1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Coat an 8࡮-inch baking pan with cooking spray.
2. Melt the chocolate in a double boiler or over a very low flame. (i used a microwave- melted in 10 second increments till fully melted)
3. In a large bowl, combine the melted chocolate, vegetable purees, sugar, cocoa powder, margarine, and vanilla, and whisk until smooth and creamy, 1 to 2 minutes.
4. Whisk in egg whites. Stir in the flour, baking powder, and salt with a wooden spoon.
5. Pour the batter into the pan and bake 35 to 40 minutes. Cool completely in the pan before cutting into 12 bars.


Deceptively Delicious Brownies

I watched a re-run of Oprah the other day while I was working out. Jessica Seinfeld (yes, wife of Jerry) was on her show to promote her cookbook- Deceptively Delicious. Because I have a baby on the way and a husband who doesn’t necessarily CHOOSE to eat veggies, I thought I would give her recipe for brownies a try. I thought that if Oprah could go ape-shit on eating a brownie, than there’s prolly a good chance that it tastes good.

This afternoon while watching a Red Sox game, I gave one to the sweet-toothed husband.

Casey took a bite (begrudgingly) and was said–“Why do these have spinach & carrots in them?”

I had to explain that it’s hard for someone like to me to get good stuff in people like him- and it might be hard for our future spawn.

“So this is good for me? Can’t I just eat spinach and carrots on there own?” (like he would) He needed a little more explanation why I was making something *deceptively delicious*

And then he asked for another one! I think it wouldn’t be something he would necessarily BEG me to make. But if it’s there, he no-doubt will eat as many as he could before I got mad. I’d like to eat some too!

The brownies are really moist & chewy. I might add a little more sugar next time….or top it with powdered sugar instead of cocoa powder. They definitely taste healthy, but they do satisfy if you NEED something sweet!

Deceptively Delicious Brownies


Ingredients:

– Nonstick cooking spray
– 3 ounces semisweet or bittersweet chocolate
– 2 cup carrot puree (After peeling and trimming the ends, steam carrots for 10-12 minutes and then puree in a food processor for 2 minutes)
– 2 cup spinach puree (Steam for 30 seconds, then puree in a food processor for 2 minutes)
– 2 cup firmly packed light or dark brown sugar
– 4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
– 2 tablespoons trans-fat-free soft tub margarine spread
– 2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
– 2 large egg whites
– 4 cup oat flour, or all-purpose flour
– 2 teaspoon baking powder
– 2 teaspoon salt

1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Coat an 8࡮-inch baking pan with cooking spray.
2. Melt the chocolate in a double boiler or over a very low flame. (i used a microwave- melted in 10 second increments till fully melted)
3. In a large bowl, combine the melted chocolate, vegetable purees, sugar, cocoa powder, margarine, and vanilla, and whisk until smooth and creamy, 1 to 2 minutes.
4. Whisk in egg whites. Stir in the flour, baking powder, and salt with a wooden spoon.
5. Pour the batter into the pan and bake 35 to 40 minutes. Cool completely in the pan before cutting into 12 bars.


Deceptively Delicious Brownies

I watched a re-run of Oprah the other day while I was working out. Jessica Seinfeld (yes, wife of Jerry) was on her show to promote her cookbook- Deceptively Delicious. Because I have a baby on the way and a husband who doesn’t necessarily CHOOSE to eat veggies, I thought I would give her recipe for brownies a try. I thought that if Oprah could go ape-shit on eating a brownie, than there’s prolly a good chance that it tastes good.

This afternoon while watching a Red Sox game, I gave one to the sweet-toothed husband.

Casey took a bite (begrudgingly) and was said–“Why do these have spinach & carrots in them?”

I had to explain that it’s hard for someone like to me to get good stuff in people like him- and it might be hard for our future spawn.

“So this is good for me? Can’t I just eat spinach and carrots on there own?” (like he would) He needed a little more explanation why I was making something *deceptively delicious*

And then he asked for another one! I think it wouldn’t be something he would necessarily BEG me to make. But if it’s there, he no-doubt will eat as many as he could before I got mad. I’d like to eat some too!

The brownies are really moist & chewy. I might add a little more sugar next time….or top it with powdered sugar instead of cocoa powder. They definitely taste healthy, but they do satisfy if you NEED something sweet!

Deceptively Delicious Brownies


Ingredients:

– Nonstick cooking spray
– 3 ounces semisweet or bittersweet chocolate
– 2 cup carrot puree (After peeling and trimming the ends, steam carrots for 10-12 minutes and then puree in a food processor for 2 minutes)
– 2 cup spinach puree (Steam for 30 seconds, then puree in a food processor for 2 minutes)
– 2 cup firmly packed light or dark brown sugar
– 4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
– 2 tablespoons trans-fat-free soft tub margarine spread
– 2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
– 2 large egg whites
– 4 cup oat flour, or all-purpose flour
– 2 teaspoon baking powder
– 2 teaspoon salt

1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Coat an 8࡮-inch baking pan with cooking spray.
2. Melt the chocolate in a double boiler or over a very low flame. (i used a microwave- melted in 10 second increments till fully melted)
3. In a large bowl, combine the melted chocolate, vegetable purees, sugar, cocoa powder, margarine, and vanilla, and whisk until smooth and creamy, 1 to 2 minutes.
4. Whisk in egg whites. Stir in the flour, baking powder, and salt with a wooden spoon.
5. Pour the batter into the pan and bake 35 to 40 minutes. Cool completely in the pan before cutting into 12 bars.


Deceptively Delicious Brownies

I watched a re-run of Oprah the other day while I was working out. Jessica Seinfeld (yes, wife of Jerry) was on her show to promote her cookbook- Deceptively Delicious. Because I have a baby on the way and a husband who doesn’t necessarily CHOOSE to eat veggies, I thought I would give her recipe for brownies a try. I thought that if Oprah could go ape-shit on eating a brownie, than there’s prolly a good chance that it tastes good.

This afternoon while watching a Red Sox game, I gave one to the sweet-toothed husband.

Casey took a bite (begrudgingly) and was said–“Why do these have spinach & carrots in them?”

I had to explain that it’s hard for someone like to me to get good stuff in people like him- and it might be hard for our future spawn.

“So this is good for me? Can’t I just eat spinach and carrots on there own?” (like he would) He needed a little more explanation why I was making something *deceptively delicious*

And then he asked for another one! I think it wouldn’t be something he would necessarily BEG me to make. But if it’s there, he no-doubt will eat as many as he could before I got mad. I’d like to eat some too!

The brownies are really moist & chewy. I might add a little more sugar next time….or top it with powdered sugar instead of cocoa powder. They definitely taste healthy, but they do satisfy if you NEED something sweet!

Deceptively Delicious Brownies


Ingredients:

– Nonstick cooking spray
– 3 ounces semisweet or bittersweet chocolate
– 2 cup carrot puree (After peeling and trimming the ends, steam carrots for 10-12 minutes and then puree in a food processor for 2 minutes)
– 2 cup spinach puree (Steam for 30 seconds, then puree in a food processor for 2 minutes)
– 2 cup firmly packed light or dark brown sugar
– 4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
– 2 tablespoons trans-fat-free soft tub margarine spread
– 2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
– 2 large egg whites
– 4 cup oat flour, or all-purpose flour
– 2 teaspoon baking powder
– 2 teaspoon salt

1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Coat an 8࡮-inch baking pan with cooking spray.
2. Melt the chocolate in a double boiler or over a very low flame. (i used a microwave- melted in 10 second increments till fully melted)
3. In a large bowl, combine the melted chocolate, vegetable purees, sugar, cocoa powder, margarine, and vanilla, and whisk until smooth and creamy, 1 to 2 minutes.
4. Whisk in egg whites. Stir in the flour, baking powder, and salt with a wooden spoon.
5. Pour the batter into the pan and bake 35 to 40 minutes. Cool completely in the pan before cutting into 12 bars.


Deceptively Delicious Brownies

I watched a re-run of Oprah the other day while I was working out. Jessica Seinfeld (yes, wife of Jerry) was on her show to promote her cookbook- Deceptively Delicious. Because I have a baby on the way and a husband who doesn’t necessarily CHOOSE to eat veggies, I thought I would give her recipe for brownies a try. I thought that if Oprah could go ape-shit on eating a brownie, than there’s prolly a good chance that it tastes good.

This afternoon while watching a Red Sox game, I gave one to the sweet-toothed husband.

Casey took a bite (begrudgingly) and was said–“Why do these have spinach & carrots in them?”

I had to explain that it’s hard for someone like to me to get good stuff in people like him- and it might be hard for our future spawn.

“So this is good for me? Can’t I just eat spinach and carrots on there own?” (like he would) He needed a little more explanation why I was making something *deceptively delicious*

And then he asked for another one! I think it wouldn’t be something he would necessarily BEG me to make. But if it’s there, he no-doubt will eat as many as he could before I got mad. I’d like to eat some too!

The brownies are really moist & chewy. I might add a little more sugar next time….or top it with powdered sugar instead of cocoa powder. They definitely taste healthy, but they do satisfy if you NEED something sweet!

Deceptively Delicious Brownies


Ingredients:

– Nonstick cooking spray
– 3 ounces semisweet or bittersweet chocolate
– 2 cup carrot puree (After peeling and trimming the ends, steam carrots for 10-12 minutes and then puree in a food processor for 2 minutes)
– 2 cup spinach puree (Steam for 30 seconds, then puree in a food processor for 2 minutes)
– 2 cup firmly packed light or dark brown sugar
– 4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
– 2 tablespoons trans-fat-free soft tub margarine spread
– 2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
– 2 large egg whites
– 4 cup oat flour, or all-purpose flour
– 2 teaspoon baking powder
– 2 teaspoon salt

1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Coat an 8࡮-inch baking pan with cooking spray.
2. Melt the chocolate in a double boiler or over a very low flame. (i used a microwave- melted in 10 second increments till fully melted)
3. In a large bowl, combine the melted chocolate, vegetable purees, sugar, cocoa powder, margarine, and vanilla, and whisk until smooth and creamy, 1 to 2 minutes.
4. Whisk in egg whites. Stir in the flour, baking powder, and salt with a wooden spoon.
5. Pour the batter into the pan and bake 35 to 40 minutes. Cool completely in the pan before cutting into 12 bars.


Watch the video: 13 Desserts from Around the World! Popular Desserts and Frozen Sweets by So Yummy (June 2022).


Comments:

  1. Voodoorr

    We don't see any destiny.

  2. Pellanor

    What audacity!

  3. Waydell

    I am am excited too with this question. You will not prompt to me, where I can read about it?

  4. Jakson

    An aspiring radio operator got the SOS signal wrong ... If you find four balls and two dicks in your house - don't flatter yourself, you just get fucked in the ass. ... Programmers don't die ... they lose their memory ... Acceleration: what our fathers can do, we don't give a damn. the forest was smoked ...



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