Paleo Brownies (Double Chocolate)

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PaleoBrownies

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PaleoBrownies

Would you like to know a secret?  This is my eleventh brownie recipe on this website!!  I think I like brownies a lot and I totally own that.  Are you in that boat with me cherishing every delicious chocolate bite?  Give yourself a high five for saying yes and then start making these mouth watering morsels.  Leave me a comment sharing your thoughts, tips or tricks.  Maybe like eating these topped with my Chocolate Frosting.  Hint hint.

4.7 from 23 reviews
Double Chocolate Brownies
 
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Serves: 18
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 325 Degrees F
  2. In a stand mixer or large mixing bowl, blend your almond butter and eggs to make a smooth batter
  3. Add in the honey and the vanilla and mix well
  4. Add the salt, baking soda, and then SLOWLY add in the Cacao powder (or else you will take a chocolate powder bath like I did the first time)
  5. Now fold in the melted chocolate and banana, and mix well
  6. Grease a 13x9 inch baking dish with coconut oil or whatever oil you see fit and bake for 35-40 minutes or until it passes the toothpick test.
  7. Enjoy

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88 Comments

  1. First of all mister, I’d like to know how this is 18 servings, I’m pretty sure this only makes 2-4 servings ;)

    Secondly, this is great as is and is also a great base to use other mashed up starches, sweet potato being a great one! Has anyone tried to swap the honey for soaked, blended dates?

    Thanks GB! Another winner.

    1. I think that would be delicious, but I would recommend cutting the sugar down by a little since the maple almond butter (assuming Justin’s) has some sugar in it already, test the batter for sweetness and add more if needed.

    2. I think that would be delicious, but I would recommend cutting the syrup down by a little since the maple almond butter (assuming Justin’s) has some sugar in it already, test the batter for sweetness and add more if needed.

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