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    How To Make Paleo Almond Butter Brownies

    Paleo Almond Butter Brownies
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    Paleo Almond Butter Brownies

    These chocolate Paleo almond butter brownies melt in your mouth and are absolutely delicious! Sweetened with raw honey, no refined sugar. Only 30 minutes.
    Prep Time 10 minutes
    Cook Time 30 minutes
    Total Time 40 minutes
    Servings 16
    Calories 253kcal

    INSTRUCTIONS

    • Preheat oven to 350 F. Grease a 8 x 8 in baking dish.
    • Mix together almond butter, melted coconut oil, honey, egg, vanilla extract in a bowl.
    • In a separate bowl mix almond flour, cacao powder, baking soda and salt.
    • Add dry ingredients to wet ingredients and mix well. Fold in the chocolate chips and chopped walnuts.
    • Spread evenly in the prepared baking dish and bake at 350 F for about 30 - 35 minutes.
    • Cool completely for about 15 minutes, and then cut in 16 squares.

    NUTRITION

    Nutrition Facts
    Paleo Almond Butter Brownies
    Amount Per Serving (53 g)
    Calories 253 Calories from Fat 158
    % Daily Value*
    Fat 17.6g27%
    Saturated Fat 5.5g28%
    Polyunsaturated Fat 12.1g
    Cholesterol 13mg4%
    Sodium 125mg5%
    Carbohydrates 21.5g7%
    Fiber 2.2g9%
    Sugar 17.2g19%
    Protein 5.8g12%
    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
    Course Dessert
    Cuisine American
    Keyword Easy, Gluten Free, Healthy, Kid Friendly, Paleo, Whole30

     

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    Comments

    Georgia Webster

    5 stars
    These brownies are as good as my own recipe except without all the calories, I love them and will replace my recipe with this one for sure.

    Amy

    Hi there! This recipe looks amazing and I can’t wait to try it!!! One question for you, is there a way to leave out the sweetener altogether? Could I just add more oil to keep the consistency or what would your recommendation be? Thanks in advance! Amy

      Neli | Delicious Meets Healthy

      Hi Amy, unfortunately, I don’t think it will work if you leave out the sweetener altogether. But this recipe for Banana Walnut Brownies is similar and uses mainly bananas as a sweetener (plus some coconut sugar). I haven’t tried to leave out the coconut sugar but it might work well!

    Emily

    Hey! Just tried these for the first time today, I followed the recipe exactlt. And they came out delicious! Brownies are my favorite dessert and I am so happy that I can make them this way and feel good about eating them! I have no food allergies, just wanted to try something different and healthier. I also shared some with my husband and didnt even tell him what the ingredients were, and he loved them! Haha. Thank you so much for sharing all your recipes!

      Neli | Delicious Meets Healthy

      That’s great, Emily! So glad that you and husband enjoyed these brownies! 🙂 They sure are delicious!

    Krystal Reyes

    5 stars
    Loved it! There is a bake shop that sells paleo brownies for $5.00 a square. Now I can make them myself and they are just as delicious. Thank you so very much for the recipe.

      Neli | Delicious Meets Healthy

      So glad you liked them, Krystal!! Yes, homemade is always better! 🙂

    Ruby M. Burns

    5 stars
    I haven’t made this yet but it seems so good. I was wondering if it may be similar to the taste of the Base Culture Almond Butter Brownie? And if i could subsitute Coconut Flour for Almond Flour?

    Ella Wilbraham

    Hello! These look amazing! Would love to try although I have a big box of coconut sugar in the cupboard and wondered if the honey could be substituted for this? Any thoughts would be welcome! Thsnks ELla Xx

      Neli | Delicious Meets Healthy

      Hi Ella, you can substitute the honey with coconut sugar. I have tried it both ways and it works great.

    Aubrey

    5 stars
    These are honestly the best brownies ever. So so delicious! I have made them at least 5 times now, and will again tonight. Thank you so much for this recipe! My boyfriend and I devour them lol

      Neli | Delicious Meets Healthy

      Yay! So glad you and your boyfriend like them!

    Steph Needham

    5 stars
    Family fav! Thanks for this incredible recipe 😊

    ELLEN

    tHE FLAVOR WAS EXCELLENT, BUT MY BROWNIES COLLAPSED. THEY LOOKED INFLATED AND UNCOOKED IN THE MIDDLE AFTER ABOUT 35-40 MINUTES. i LET THEM COOL AND THEN THEY COLLAPSED. MY BAKING SODA WAS NEW. ANY SUGGESTIONS? IF I COULD GET THE FORM RIGHT, I’D DEFINITELY KEEP MAKING THESE.

      Neli | Delicious Meets Healthy

      HI Ellen, it might have been the honey. Sometimes when I use a certain kind of honey, mine collapse in the middle as well. But not always, it’s strange. I would suggest you try the recipe with coconut sugar instead.

    Jen

    5 stars
    I have no dietary restrictions or preferences, just healthy and well balanced, but these are by far the best brownie recipe! And delightfully guilt free

      Delicious Meets Healthy

      Awesome! So glad you liked them!

    Megan Syrios

    5 stars
    Keto friendly honey alternative:
    Make a simple syrup:
    I used 1/2 cup Swerve, 1/2 cup beet sugar (I don’t like the aftertaste of Swerve. If you don’t mind it, you could use 1 cup of Swerve instead of cutting it with beet sugar), and 1/2 cup water.
    Boil for a few minutes, until slightly thick.
    -after measuring the “honey,” I had about 2oz left over. You could use this syrup in your coffee, tea, or lemonade. You could add it to a food processor with some bee pollen and make it honey flavored.

    I made these brownies 2x:
    Once with just using dry sweetener, which was really dry in the end, because honey is a wet ingredient. And the 2nd time with the simple syrup.
    Both are chocolatey, and I still ate the first batch, even though they were dry.
    But the 2nd batch was fudgey and chewy. Like you would expect brownies to be. I also used Lilys brand of chocolate chips.

    Kat B

    5 stars
    Made these tonight and they are super yummy! I used parchment paper to keep them from sticking and it worked perfectly. Thank Kay for the recipe!

    Kat

    Would butter work in place of coconut oil? My friend is allergic to coconut. Thanks!

      Delicious Meets Healthy

      Hi Kat, I haven’t tried it with butter but I think it will work. Hope you enjoy it! 🙂

    Shari

    These were wonderful, i am a newly diagnosed metabolic syndrome person so diabetes is in that bundle and i have been searching for something chocolate and hands down this recipe wins. Its hard to make this transition to watching what i eat and this recipe made it so much easier to transition

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