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I’ve been mixing chocolate with other ingredients in my bean bakes, but last week I decided to aim for pure chocolate decadence—within dietary and nutritional limits, of course.

I had two pieces for breakfast this morning. The result was that my Chocolate Monster was purring contentedly and, hence, I was very happy. As some of you may know, there’s nothing more aggravating than having a Chocolate Monster nipping away at you.

This bake, which has the taste and texture of a brownie made with flour, extends well beyond breakfast and makes a terrific snack and dessert. In fact, it’s so good, so healthy, and so good for dieters, I posted it on my Food Refashionista site as well.

Note: I used carob chips in this bake because I’m lactose-intolerant, but feel free to substitute regular chocolate chips, if you can.

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Yes, you read the title correctly. 

I intended to make a savoury bean bake because I had leftover, cooked cauliflower that had to be used up.

But my chocolate craving just happened to be in the stratosphere.

What to do?

Use both chocolate and cauliflower in the bean bake, of course. The result? Amazingly delicious and brownie-like without a hint of healthy vegetable lurking in the depths!

Try it on your family and see if they can guess the secret ingredient? The spouse couldn’t and just rolled his eyes when I told him.

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