Sweet potato brownies
Boil a sweet potato until soft. Mix in a food processor with soft pitted dates to create smooth paste. In another bowl, mix buckwheat flour, cocoa powder and crushed cashew nuts. Blend all ingredients together, add pure date syrup to taste. Into the oven for 30 mins and enjoy with fresh strawberries!
Inspired by DeliciouslyElla.
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