Blueberry Espresso Brownies

Yea so once again I want to thank each and every one of you awesome fans for always sticking by my side whether I am posting recipes daily, weekly, or monthly or not.  My life has been a whirlwind of events that are totally consuming all my time but I am trying my best to get on here and keep giving you new content. Don’t worry though, when I hit a lull in my hectic schedule I will post some awesome recipes for you all.  I happened to be at home today with a friend and decided it was time to experiment.  Well this experiment will honestly make your day, week, month, and maybe even year.  The flavor combination in this with the subtle after taste of coffee just leaves you wanting more.  I apologize in advance for causing you to over eat once you make these.  Enjoy.

4.3 from 6 reviews
Blueberry Espresso Brownies
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Serves: 12
  1. Preheat your oven to 325 Degrees F
  2. Place coconut cream concentrate (coconut butter), eggs, honey, cocoa powder, cinnamon, coffee, vanilla, baking soda, and sea salt together in a mixing bowl
  3. Use your hand mixer or stand mixer to mix all your ingredients until well blended
  4. Once ready, fold in your blueberries by hand so you don't crush them all
  5. Pour your batter into a greased 9x13 baking dish (grease with coconut oil) or into greased individual mini muffin pans like I did
  6. Place in the oven and bake for approximately 30 minutes. At about 25 minutes, do the toothpick test and judge how much longer you need
  7. Remove from oven, let cool
  8. Once cool, use some melted Coconut Cream Concentrate and drizzle all over your brownies
  9. Cut and Enjoy

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  1. I’m no fancy baker by any means (usually the first time I make things they turn out terribly) and nailed these PERFECT the first time. Super easy, and even though I was in doubt about the blueberries in the recipe (I’m not a huge blueberry fan to begin with), they’re so good in it! Would definitely make these again!

  2. This was AMAZING! I made my own coconut butter out of desiccated coconut because that was all we had on hand and some virgin coconut oil all nicely blended up. Then to the batter I added maybe a tablespoon or two of almond meal I had left over from another recipe. I also left out the cinnamon but upped the cocoa to make up for it. Oh and I also didn’t end up melting the coconut butter.

    So many changes but it turned out DELISH! Such a good recipe. Whole family loved it and the little ones didn’t even notice the difference from the usual brownie recipe. :) Success!

  3. Well, I am no dessert chef but decided to make this as had people coming for dinner so felt obliged…it was easy to make (a little difficult melting the coconut butter in the jar), aesthetically pleasing, impressive and most of all scrumptious. Thank you for sharing.

  4. I’m confused on what coconut cream concentrate is. Is it similar to coconut butter/manna? Where you blend up dry coconut flakes in a food processor until it turns into a sort of butter that’s solid at refrigerator temp.?

  5. Mine are in the oven right now. I used organic maple syrup instead of honey and am considering not icing the brownies. I’m considering the calories that are in there which I’ll strive to calculate. I love the unusual combination and they were easy to make.

  6. Phone isn’t letting me rate the recipe with the Stars below the comment box, but I say 3/5 stars. I was impressed. I wouldn’t go out of my way to make them again but they are absolutely worth the try! I just like making new things. I didn’t add the cream on top because I was out of it. Used all in brownies. Well done!

  7. These are delicious! The coconut/pecan combination reminds me of German chocolate cake. Yum! I made my own coconut cream concentrate/coconut butter in my baby bullet. I used the dried, unsweetened coconut from the bulk bins at Winco. :) Thanks for the recipe!!

    1. Opposed to sugar, Honey has a lot of medicinal purposes. It was used in a lot of healing practices in ancient Egypt. Check your sources, and educate before you respond.

    2. 1/2 cup of honey is about 1 cup of granulated sugar. Not to mention granulated sugar is processed to high holy wherever and has 0 health benefits nutrient wise. Honey is also a little more diabetic friendly when used in moderation. :)

      Brownie points (pun intended) if you use a local to you raw honey, not only do you get the nutritional benefits of raw honey, you get the benefit of a little local pollen immune boost.

      I love this recipe and have made it often, even wrote it down at one point. Had to come back to get it again, my daughter in law ran off with my paper!

  8. I just came across your recipe and decided it looked so good I just had to try it. Well, you did not promise too much when you wrote it would make my day, week… year! It sure did make my day – it is wonderful. I did not have coconut cream concentrate (don’t know if I can get it here in the middle of Sweden), so I used nearly 3/4 cup of coconut butter (oil) and 1/4 cup whipping cream instead. I forgot to melt the coconut butter but it mixed very well nevertheless. I also used frozen blueberries that sort of disappeared but made it totally moist and yummy. It is the most delicious dessert and I am afraid it won’t last the night… I served it with a knob of whipped cream… Mmmmm… Can’t wait to share this with my fb friends!

  9. Experimenting with the paleo diet and have been following your FB page for a couple of weeks. The recipes look great and am looking forward to trying them out. One question on this recipe. 1 cup coconut milk goes into the batter and then you use extra to drizzle over the brownies?

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