SLU*TY BROWNIE – Moose Cow Fish




  • 1 x banana

  • 1 x sweet potato

  • 1 x block milk chocolate

  • 3 x tbs peanut butter

  • 1 x egg

  • 2 x dates

  • 4 x tbs honey

  • 1 x cup oats

  • 1 x tsp vanilla essence

  • 1 x tsp cinnamon

  • 3 x tbs olive oil

  • 1/2 x cup milk

  • 1 x pinch salt

  • 1 x pinch baking powder

  • 2 x tbs cacao


  • Digestive cookies or oreos (you can use any type of biscuit or cookies you want, I find these work best though)


  • 1 1/2 x cup oat flour (to make this I just blend 1 1/2 cups oats in high speed blender- you can use whatever flour you want)

  • 1 x tsp vanilla extract  

  • 1 x egg

  • 1-2 x tbs peanut butter 

  • 2-3 x large tbs honey (or rice malt syrup, maple syrup)

  • 3 tbs olive oil

  • 1 x chopped block dark chocolate



Preheat the oven to 180° and line a baking tray with baking paper.

Steam the sweet potato over the stove until soft.

Transfer into a large bowl and let cool slightly before mashing. Mash completely until smooth.

Soak dates in boiling water for around 10 minutes, then break up into mixture with sweet potato.

Add banana and mash as well.

Add peanut butter, egg, honey, milk, vanilla essence and oil and mix it all together.

Blend the oats in a high speed blender to create a flour (or use whole oats if you prefer), then add and mix in to mixture. Add cacao powder, baking powder, salt and stir in as well.

Melt loving earth dark chocolate over the stove, watching and stirring so it doesn’t burn.

Once melted add to mixture and stir though.

Transfer mixture to baking tray, and bake in oven for approx 15 minutes.


While the brownie is cooking, prepare the cookie layer.

In a large bowl mix all the dry ingredients (i just use a spoon and mix it by hand but you can use a food processor as well). Add oil, peanut butter and egg, and other wet ingredients and mix until all combined. Add more oil to make mixture stick together more (and to make cookies more chewy and soft), or more flour to dry it up (harder, drier cookies). 

Once mixture is combined, stir through chocolate/choc chips (DON'T use a food processor for this as you want chocolate chunks)

Once brownie has cooked, remove from the oven and let cool slightly.

Create a layer of cookies ontop of the brownie (oreas/digestives/whatever you want), adding enough to cover the top of the brownie.

Add the cookie mixture to the top of the brownie and cookies, spreading so it evenly covers the top.

Bake in the oven for 15-20 minutes, or until the top starts to brown. It may need longer/less time depending on how thick you have made it etc. so keep an eye on it while it cooks.

Once you are happy with how it is cooked, remove from the oven and let cool before cutting up into slices.

Store in the fridge and ENJOY!! xx

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