Anyway, I'm a little sneaky : )
I was dying to make these and then see who would notice that they weren't "normal" brownies. So I made a batch for someone's birthday at work and put them out with all the other treats. In a meeting later in the day, someone mentioned that they liked the brownies and then everyone else chimed in on how good they were. All I said was that there was a special ingredient and no one ever knew what it was! So if you're grossed out by this, I promise they still taste fabulous! I ate half the batch on my own!
Recipe from Local Fun for Kids
• 1 box of Duncan Hines Milk Chocolate Family Size Brownie Mix
• 15.5 oz. can of black beans
Empty the can of black beans into a colander and rinse with water.
Pour the black beans back into their original can and fill it with water.
Use a blender to puree the beans and the water.
In a bowl, mix the black bean & water mixture with the package of brownie mix.
Pour mixture in a greased pan and bake according to the directions on the box.
*Optional: top with powdered sugar when cooled for a little extra sweetness.