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Woody Harrelson's favorite vegan brownie recipe includes some "herbal" ingredients.Woody Harrelson's favorite vegan brownie recipe includes some "herbal" ingredients.

Woody Harrelson's 'Transcendant' Brownie Recipe

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Update: Well, we got had. This was an April Fools joke! (And a really good one. We kind of wish it were real.)

He’s been in Hollywood for a long time, but the success of “The Hunger Games” has the potential to catapult star Woody Harrelson into a whole new level of fame, and introduce him to a new generation of fans.

In the books, his character Haymitch turns to alcohol for stress relief. Fortunately for Harrelson, he seems to have found a less liver-taxing, if also less legal, way to deal with the potential pressure.

Just a few weeks ago, longtime vegan Harrelson said that he was done preaching about his diet. He was quoted as saying, “I used to do that because I see so many people eating s***. Now I just let people see my energy and how strong I stay.”

Now, however, the star is letting fans into his kitchen — he recently shared his favorite brownie recipe with VegNews. And it seems this nature-loving, raw-food-eating dude likes adding a little extra herbal component to the recipe, if you get my drift.

VegNews describes Harrelson’s “Adult Brownies” thusly: “Infused with a subtle, earthy flavor, these transcendent brownies will have you mumbling indecent proposals and coming back for more. And more. And more.”

Curious about the ingredients for these raw, vegan treats? Here’s the VegNews list:

  • 3/4 cup cacao powder
  • 3 tablespoons ground chia seeds
  • 1/2 cup hemp oil, infused with “Haymitch’s Herb”
  • 1 cup quinoa flour
  • Goji berries, as many as you like
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla

For the uncooking instructions, head over to VegNews. Just remember, “Haymitch’s Herb” is, ahem, illegal — unless you have a prescription for that sort of thing.

Photo Credit: Joe Seer / Shutterstock.com

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  • Kim

    Yeah, I doubt he was joking… Gotta love Woody!

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