Healthy Brownies. Now You Can Have Your Cake (Err… Brownies?) And Eat It, Too!

You read that right… healthy gooey no bake fudge brownies! Perfect for a weekend treat… or Valentine’s dessert… or, well, any day of the week chocolate-y delight! ?

BONUS! These little bites of heaven have only five ingredients! Plus, they’re naturally gluten-free, paleo, and vegan! Basically they are the perfect healthy dessert for ANYONE in your squad.

I’m not always a big chocolate and fruit combo person, but adding a bit of fresh raspberries to the mixture was delish! It also just adds the right amount of tart and a pop of color making them an awesome Galantine’s Day dessert! Grab your besties, some wine or kombucha and throw on your favorite girly movie – Mean Girls maybe – and get ready for a dose of healthy indulgence!

Healthy Gooey No Bake Fudge Brownies

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  • 1/2 cup coconut flour
  • 1/2 cup cocoa powder
  • 1/2 cup almond butter (or nut butter of choice- sunflower butter would work, too, to make it nut-free!)
  • 1/4 cup pure maple syrup (can sub for honey or agave, if you prefer)
  • 1/2 cup mashed sweet potato


  • Line a baking pan with parchment paper; set aside
  • In a large mixing bowl, sift coconut flour and cocoa powder together; set aside
  • On stovetop, melt nut butter and maple syrup until combined
  • Combine liquids with dry ingredients and mix well
  • Mix in mashed sweet potato until fully incorporated (and then mix a little more because I always find some chunks that weren’t stirred in well the first time!)
  • Pour batter into lined baking pan and refrigerate about an hour until firm
  • Cut into 12 pieces and enjoy!
    **NOTE: the longer they sit, the better they taste! I even pop them in the freezer sometimes, too!

Nutrition Info Per Serving: 143 Cal., 19 g. carbs., 8 g. fat, 4 g. protein, 5 g. sugar


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4 years ago

This sounds great, but “baking pan” is vague. 13 x 9? 11 x 4? 8 x 8? The size of the pan would affect how thick or thin they turn out to be. I want mine to look like your pic. My guess is 8 x 8 based on the ingredients, but 12 servings in an 8 x 8 will be smaller then the ones in your pic. Thanks for the clarification.

Kayla Cruz
Kayla Cruz
4 years ago

What brand of pure maple syrup do you use? The brand that I use has 53 grams of sugar per 1/4 cup…so my nutrition info would be much different.