These Chocolate Orange Brownies use every part of the orange – pulp, juice and zest – for maximum flavor. These rich, chocolatey brownies are spiked with fresh juice, the pulp is used as an egg replacement and the chocolate ganache frosting is studded with zest to bring even more orange flavor to the table.
I’m not going to beat around the bush on this one, my friends. I’m quite proud of this accomplishment and knew I had to share it with you. Especially those of you that juice frequently. Did you know that you could use the pulp leftover from juicing as an egg replacement in baked goods? I’ve got proof! Well, I did have proof before my family and I inhaled a pan of these Chocolate Orange Brownies.
This brownie recipe uses every part of the orange – pulp, juice and zest – for maximum flavor. These rich, chocolatey brownies are spiked with fresh orange juice and use 1/2 cup of the remaining pulp as a replacement for eggs. The chocolate ganache frosting is studded with zest to bring even more orange flavor to the table. It’s an amazing feeling to not only enjoy fresh juice in the morning, but to also use the remaining parts of the orange in a delicious dessert!
Now I no longer feel guilty tossing the pulp leftover from a juicing session. So what do you say? Ready to make a pan of these Chocolate Orange Brownies? You know, in the name of reducing your household’s food waste. If that isn’t the perfect excuse for dessert, I don’t know what is!
Click here to get my Chocolate Orange Brownie recipe as part of my contributor post on the KitchenAid blog.
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