Flourless {dark chocolate} Brownies

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dark chocolate flourless brownies

 

I have a certain weakness for brownies.

I always have.

As a kid, they were my favorite treat

hands down.

flourless dark chocolate brownies

 

I’m pretty sure my kids feel the exact same way.

I don’t make them very often,

but when I do,

they disappear in a flash.

 

These babies are

SERIOUSLY fudgey

which is exactly what I was looking for,

and with no butter

no flour

and dark chocolate,

I can almost trick myself  into thinking that these are a good for you treat,

{I said almost}

 

floourless dark chocolate brownies

 

Flourless {dark chocolate} Brownies

Ingredients

  • 1 cup of dark chocolate chunks {or chips}
  • 1/2 cup of coconut oil
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 cup of sugar
  • 1/2 cup of cocoa powder
  • 1/2 cup of almond meal
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 2 tsp vanilla

Instructions

  • melt the chocolate chunks and the coconut oil over medium heat
  • {set aside}
  • in the bowl of an electric mixer {fitted with the whisk}
  • whisk together the eggs and the sugar
  • gradually add in the melted chocolate
  • stir in the almond meal, cocoa powder, salt, and vanilla
  • pour into a square baking pan{lined with parchment or {WELL greased}
  • bake at 350 for 20 - 25 minutes
  • allow to cool completely before cutting
http://www.heathersfrenchpress.com/2013/04/flourless-dark-chocolate-brownies.html

 

flourless brownies

 

Trust me,I don’t have anything against flour,

{bread queen here}

but if a chewy, fudgey brownie is what you’re after…

this is THE recipe.

 

Enjoy!

 

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Coffee Cake with Reese’s Crumb topping

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Madeleines

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Bailey Brownies


Comments

  1. says

    Pinning! Omg. Wow. HEATHER! They look amazing!
    No butter, no flour. I was like please, no, not chickpeas in them. Whew :)

    So is this your fave brownie recipe of all time? Love that you used coconut oil, too. I assume it’s discernible, but barely…?

  2. says

    Hello Heather,
    I haven’t seen your site and a long time. Your brownies look fantastic. Please come by my foodie friday party this week, we love to have you visit us again.

  3. says

    Oh my word! These look so amazingly good! A chewy, fudgy brownie is my ideal brownie, so I will definitely be making these! Thanks for sharing!! =)

  4. Aundi says

    I made these brownies this weekend for my church small group and they turned out delicious! One of the ladies in our group is gluten-free, and I felt bad always making something everyone else liked but she couldn’t eat but I was afraid I wouldn’t be able to find a dessert that would please the rest of our quite picky group. Thankfully, everyone enjoyed them and I’ve even passed the recipe on to my gluten-free gal for her to use in the future!

  5. Leslie says

    These are fabulous! I used semi-sweet chocolate chips with Penzeys Natural High Fat Cocoa Powder (very dark) and Mexican Vanilla, and added some pecans. Had to bake a little longer. If you can’t wait for them to cool completely, use a plastic knife. Wow!

  6. Cathy says

    Hi,
    Just wanted to let you know I am sharing your wonderful recipe tomorrow in my Gluten-Free Recipe RoundUp with a link back to your original post!
    Have a terrific weekend!
    Cathy from APeekIntoMyParadise.com

  7. Paula says

    I want to make the flourless brownies, but I would like to add some baileys to it :) How would I adjust the recipe? Thanks for your help.

  8. says

    Hi Paula…I love baileys in brownies, but never tried it with he flourless. Depending on how much you want to add, you could simply add just a bit less coconut oil, or add a bit more almond meal to make up for the extra liquid. Please let me know how they turn out.

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