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  1. CaitieB_212

    Question for you, in the list up top you say coconut milk, but in the recipe calls for coconut oil?

  2. Trina Selander

    Hi, first time visitor to your site and love it already! I made these and they came out kinda dry. Certainly not as moist as everyone else’s sounds! Any tips? I did the oats option and almond butter option. I’m a butter-lover though, maybe that would help or add some coconut oil?
    Thanks!!

    • Amy Palanjian

      Hi Trina! Let’s see, you could try baking it a little less next time or try it with the butter option—though still check it starting at 28 minutes. The batches I’ve made with the combo you did were super moist, so it could be a difference in the moisture of the zucchini/squash or our ovens. You could also reduce the cocoa powder to 1/4 cup to see if that helps. Sorry that they turned out dry but I hope your family still enjoys them! (Maybe chill them overnight and see if that helps them moisten up:)

  3. Annabel

    Thank you for the recipe. These are so easy to make and super delicious and moist. I didn’t have any apple sauce so substituted with one grated dessert apple instead and I used coconut oil. I used the choc chips as I was slightly concerned they wouldn’t be sweet enough with the cocoa powder, etc., but needn’t have worried. I would use this recipe over a standard choc brownie recipe (laden with sugar and fat), any day!

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