Who doesn’t love to sink their teeth into a rich and gooey fudge brownie? It’s a favorite among most fans of chocolate. It may be tempting to pick up a box of brownie mix when you pass the baking section at the grocery store. But these pre-packaged mixes may contain artificial colors and flavors, as well as other harmful ingredients. By making them from scratch, you control what you eat. The Paleo diet is all about healthy, all-natural nutrients for your body to aide in both physical and mental health. With these 50 paleo brownie recipes, you no longer have to cheat on your diet to enjoy the rich, decadent flavor of everyone’s favorite dessert. It doesn’t even have to be considered an indulgence. Each recipe is made with the best paleo foods and packed with vitamins and minerals to aide in various health factors, such as heart and bone health, or even weight loss–Yes, you can enjoy a brownie or two and still lose weight. If you’re not much of a baker, don’t worry. These recipes are easy to make, and some don’t even require baking. And, unlike boxed brownies, there are few ingredients, so you know exactly what you’re getting and can feel good about sneaking a second helping.
50 Decadent Paleo Brownie recipes to sink your teeth into
1. Chocolate Covered Strawberry Brownies
If you’re looking for that perfect dessert to top off your date night, look no further. This simple, yet delicious, paleo brownie recipe is just what you need to end a romantic evening with your significant other. Your date won’t even notice that they’re gluten-free and refined sugar-free. These fudgy delights are made with almond flour, sweetened with coconut sugar, and the chocolate strawberry topping is just the ticket to get you and your date’s mouth watering.
2. The Ultimate Unbaked Brownies
Not in the mood for baking but still want to devour a sticky, gooey brownie? Well, one won’t be enough with this effortless recipe for vegan, raw, soy-free, and gluten-free chocolate paleo brownies. They only take ten minutes to prepare and can be ready to enjoy by the time you’re ready for dessert. Since they freeze well, you can even make a few batches to have on hand for later. These treats are each 140 calories, and with no refined sugars, completely guilt-free.
3. Fudgy Avocado Brownies With Avocado Frosting
Avocados are a staple in any paleo diet, but Avocados in dessert? Yes, it’s a thing, and a yummy one at that. Avocados can regulate blood sugar and control diabetes, so no need to worry about over-indulging. These fruits are Mother Nature’s butter and a healthy alternative for sweets. Their mellow taste and creamy, thick consistency make for a subtle addition or adjustment to any chocolate delight. This vegetarian-friendly paleo brownie is gluten-free, guilt-free, and easy to make.
4. Fudgy Paleo Brownies
Looking for a paleo brownie that tastes just like a regular one? These thick, fudgy chocolate goodies will surely hit the spot. They are as easy to make as those processed boxed brownies, and they only take a few minutes to prepare before they’re ready for the oven. These treats are sweetened with honey and have an optional hint of espresso for that café essence. Bonus, if you use the suggested Fair Trade ingredients, you’ll be helping the people who actually grow and make these products, so you can feel like you’ve earned this delectable dessert.
5. Hazelnut Paleo Brownies For Two
Hazelnut is the best thing to happen to chocolate since peanut butter got involved, and this mouthwatering goodness won’t disappoint. Originally meant to be a deep-dish chocolate chip cookie, this happy accident turned out to be so good that one just isn’t enough. Say no to that artificially flavored Nutella, and feel good about these healthy chocolate hazelnut brownies made with wholesome, nutrient-packed, paleo foods.
6. Death By Chocolate Blender Brownies
Not much of a baker, but still want a healthy, homemade treat? This dairy-free, gluten-free, and grain-free paleo brownie recipe is super easy to make. Simply throw everything in a blender, pour into a pan, and impatiently wait for them to finish baking. Naturally sweetened with bananas and honey; you won’t have to worry about over-indulging. Good luck trying. These are some seriously rich, dark chocolate brownies that may very well put you in a cocoa coma.
7. Superfood Chocolate Chunk Paleo Coconut Flour Brownies
Want a succulent dessert that also acts as a superfood? Why not try an Aloha chocolate brownie? Aloha chocolate is made with organic fruits and vegetables; they’re naturally sweetened,dairy-free, and paleo diet friendly. This brownie recipe also uses organic and paleo-friendly ingredients, so you’re not defiling what Aloha has to give or feeling lousy for indulging in a sweet treat or two. Better hurry though; these nutrient-rich super chocolate bars tend to sell out quick.
8. Raspberry Swirl Brownies
Chocolate and raspberries make quite the decadent pair, and these paleo brownies are proof of that. Bite into warm dark chocolate chunks and fresh sweet and tangy raspberries with a raspberry swirl. Your mouth will water as you reach for your 2nd, 3rd, and maybe even 4th helping. No judgment here. While one may satisfy that sweet tooth, you won’t be able to help indulging in more.
9. Sweet Potato Ginger Brownies
This is an interesting combination of ingredients. Chocolate mixed with sweet potatoes and ginger? Don’t be afraid, you’ll love this paleo recipe. These brownies come out chewy and moist and are even more decedent after freezing. They also come with the added benefits that sweet potatoes and ginger provide, like anti-aging properties, cancer fighting effects, and anti-inflammatory effects. Amaze friends and family with this unusual fall inspired recipe, but don’t expect to be able to bring any leftovers home, they’ll be the first to go.
10. Chocolate Brownies That Blew Me Away
Here’s another sweet potato brownie that won’t disappoint. If you want to avoid any nuts, dairy, gluten, and grains, but add some vitamin C, vitamin B6, vitamin D, and iron, this is the recipe for you. Serve these rich, fudgy brownies with strawberries to add a little more juiciness to your dessert. This paleo recipe will soon become your favorite chocolate craving fix and your family will love them too.