Recently I went over to Rachael Finch’s house to film a live video for her BOD by Finch Facebook community. We had a lot of fun making raw brownies, chatting about healthy living, eating well and keeping a calm and present mindset. These brownies are made with just 5 ingredients so are really quick to make and are filled with all natural nourishing ingredients. The recipe, along with the live video recording is below – I hope you enjoy it!
Making raw brownies with Rachael Finch – the LIVE video recording
This is the video from our live hang out with Rachael’s private Facebook group for members of her program. We chat about healthy eating hacks, mindset tips and mum life! PS how hilarious is the banshee scream in the recording when I say hello…not sure what happened there! Haha.
And a taste of the instastories from the day… lots of fun!
Dom (Rachael’s son) was our support crew and he did an EXCELLENT job! What a cutie.
Raw Brownies Recipe by Rachael Finch
- ½ cup almonds
- 1.5 cups walnuts
- ½ cup cacao powder
- ¼ teaspoon of sea salt
- 1 cup of dates
- Set aside ½ cup walnuts.
- Blend together in a food processor remaining walnuts and almonds until they make a meal consistency.
- Place the cocao powder and salt into the blender and blend until mixed through.
- Add the dates one by one and blend until mixed through.
- Empty mixture into a bowl and mix through ½ cup of walnuts with your hands.
- Press into a lined bread tin.
- Refrigerate for 2-3 hours. Keep in the refrigerator until you're ready to serve.
Have you tried Rachael’s BOD by Finch program yet?
Body of Dance is Rachael’s 4-week dance-cardio program designed for fun and fitness. It’s made up of dance-cardio routines, strength and tone sessions, meditation sessions, life hacks and of course a complete meal plan which includes shopping lists and delicious family-friendly recipes (many of them, just like these brownies, are straight from her own kitchen!). Each day Rachael and the B.O.D Squad will teach you a difference dance from Hip Hop to Jazz to Salsa so you’ll use different muscle groups and NEVER get bored.
BOD by Finch discount code
Eat Pray Workout readers can get 30% off BOD using the code ‘warriorbod’ at the checkout.
Want to know more about Rachael Finch’s lifestyle?
Read this interview we did with Rachael earlier in the year where she shares what motivates her, how she finds a balanced work & family life, deals with challenges in life and maintains her own wellbeing.
Want more healthy dessert recipes?
Peruse all of my FREE healthy dessert recipes here. I promise it will leave your mouth watering 😉 If you make any of my recipes, don’t forget to share them with me on social media tagging #epwtribe @eatprayworkout so I can share them with the tribe!
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