Since I am starting to use up all my random pantry ingredients, there will probably be a lot of recipe projects in the next little while.
I found the original black bean brownie recipe here at Food.com by Calouste. The only change I made was to use beans that I had cooked in the slow cooker. I used 2 cups of beans to replace one can of beans. In general I like to use the slow cooked beans better because they are more tender. (I also doubled the recipe.)
My four kids and the 5 random neighbor kids playing at our house all agreed that these were really yummy. (Though one had a hard time believing me that they had beans in them.) My husband liked them too. I'm a not a chocolate fan so I am not much of a taste reviewer on this one.
I can review the ease of prep though. That aspect was awesome. I recommend putting the beans in your food processor or blender first, then the dry ingredients, then the wet ones. They mix together really well that way. I processed it for awhile until it was nice and smooth, poured it in the pan, and baked it. Easy. I baked it in our jelly roll pan because that is what I had and it turned out just fine.