You’re likely here because you’re looking for ways to use the leftover pulp from juicing. These Gluten-Free Brownies are a tasty way to use up pulp while adding extra fiber and veggies to your diet.
In the last 90+ days, I’ve experimented more in the kitchen than I have over the last year! Some are my creations and some I’ve found. These Gluten-Free Brownies “pulp” brownies, which 84thand3rd coined Ooey-Gooey Gluten-Free Brownies, is one of those I just so happen to stumble upon, make and love. However, I like odd food combos.
I was looking for another way to use my juice pulp that wasn’t a muffin and these Gluten-Free Brownies popped up.
Of course, I switched them up a tad by using carrot, orange, and ginger pulp and added extra chocolate chips. Next time, I might add walnuts. They are packed with fiber and flavor. I told the hubs they reminded me of Mexican chocolate.
Don’t be fooled by the look. The flavor is there. Plus, it’s a tasty way to use up pulp while adding extra fiber and veggies to your diet.
Want to make a batch? Here’s what you’ll need.
sweetener (like honey or maple syrup)
chili powder, optional
You can find the full recipe here.
Have extra carrot pulp? You might like these Morning Glory Muffins.