I'm quite sure that a lot of people have resolutions that include healthy eating and being more financially responsible for 2017. 

Well, to help you out, I found a recipe that is healthy for you and it doesn't cost much to make! So, I didn't break anyone's New year's resolutions!

This recipe is gluten free, Paleo friendly AND no artificial sugars! You are probably thinking it tastes nasty. Well, believe it or not, it taste delicious! The flavor is chocolaty, very moist and dense, almost a cross between a fudge and a brownie! 

This is what it is in these yummy brownies:

avocados, coconut oil, coconut flour, eggs, honey, baking soda, baking powder and cocoa powder! 

You can buy the following items at Aldi's:

The avocados $.33 each! ($.33x3=$.99

Coconut Oil $5.39 (used one tbspn so approx. $.10 per tbspn)

Eggs $.59 a dozen ($.05 per egg, used three=$.15)

The rest I bought on sale at Walgreen's and HEB (I got super cheap!)

The honey is from Z's Bees, which is a local business that sells honey from this area. If you have allergies, honey, especially the wildflower, helps with that because the bees deliver the honey carrying allergens that boost your defenses against allergies. If you buy honey from a different part of Texas or out of state, the allergens are different from Killeen area so it won't help. Check out their website HERE and Facebook page HERE to check out the large variety of honey and honey products!

So, based on the prices I paid, each batch of brownies cost about $2.50 to make!)

Here's the RECIPE that I used to make these dark treats!

Jennise "Savealotmom" Colin-Ventura | 254-501-7515 | jennise@kdhnews.com | facebook.com/savealotmom | instagram @jensavealotmom

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