Super easy brownie recipe that only uses two items . . . a can of black beans and a box of brownie mix(any chocolate flavor). No need for oil, eggs, or water like you would normally make brownies - just the can of black beans/with liquid. Here we go. . .
Open the can of beans and leave as is. Transfer to a mixing bowl to blend smooth with immersion blender (or stick in your blender). Add your dry brownie mix and stir just until mixed - and that is it! Pour in a greased pan - same size as you would normally use and bake. I made mine thicker - in a glass pan - 350 degrees for 35-37 minutes. If you want them thinner - bake in a larger pan - for less time. They are delicious and you would never know they have a can of black beans in them. Super fiber source! Try it. . .
Here is an easy recipe for homemade bleach/stain remover that works great. Keep in a dark container - or reuse peroxide container as storage - because otherwise the peroxide will lose its potency with light.
Stain remover/ homemade bleach
1 part Dawn Detergent
2 parts peroxide
Mix and keep in dark colored bottle/container
I always use milk that is about to expire as an excuse to make homemade chocolate pudding. You can eat it hot or cold. My favorite way is to eat it warm with the skin left on and with a dollop of peanut butter. My husband likes it cold - no skin - and whipped cream. Any way you eat it - it is delicious!
Here is what you need: (You can double batch too.)
Add all but the vanilla to a medium saucepan and whisk to get rid of any lumps. Put on medium heat- but don't walk away for more than a minute - it can burn on the bottom. Stir every minute - or constantly- until it thickens. Once it starts to bubble - keep stirring and cook 2 minutes longer. Take off heat and add vanilla. Pour into your favorite bowls and top with a spoonful of peanut butter or cover with plastic wrap so skin does not form. You can refrigerate or eat warm - your choice. Makes 2 large bowls or 4 individual servings. YUM!!