These Double Choc Keto Brookies are soooo delish, you just have to try them!
A brookie is basically a cookie/brownie hybrid. This particular recipe yields a slightly chewy and fudgy brookie. The addition of the Well Naturally Raspberry Crush sugar free chocolate (available at woolies) is totally amazing. It will soon be a favourite of yours as well.
Why the addition of collagen and gelatin?
I have added collagen and gelatin for many health benefits but also to give a little bit of chew and crispness to these brookies. I have been adding both the collagen and gelatin to a lot of recipes after I started losing a fair bit of hair and the condition of my hair had diminished. Since I have added them to my diet my hair has now stopped coming out in clumps and it has grown so much. The benefits are real. I am usually not one easy to convince but these have made a significant difference to my health.
Collagen is fabulous for overall health it is proven to help
- joint pain
- reduce hair loss
- strengthen nails
- improve metabolism
- prevent skin dryness and wrinkles
- improve muscle mass
- decrease bone degeneration
- help leaky gut
- protect cardiovascular health
- benefit liver health and function
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- 45 g Well Naturally Raspberry Crush Sugar Free Chocolate chopped roughly
Preheat oven to 170℃. Line 2 baking trays with baking paper.
Mix all ingredients (except chocolate) in a large bowl until well combined.
Mix all ingredients except chocolate for 45 seconds/speed 5.
Using a cookie dough / ice cream scoop to scoop out balls of dough onto baking tray. Flatten into cookies sightly. Top with chopped chocolate.
Cook 10-12 minutes or until the edges of the cookies are just starting to brown or feel crisp.
Cool before serving. The crispness keeps developing for hours after.
For a dairy free version swap butter for coconut oil.
For a nut free version tahini can be substituted Brookies can be stored up to a week in the pantry, 2 weeks in the fridge or are suitable to freeze.
If not using the collagen there is no need for any substitutions.