If you’ve ever made brownies in a mug, then you probably already know why I’m such a huge fan of them. They’re so convenient to make for when you get a sudden craving to satisfy your sweet tooth. In fact, it’s exactly because they’re so convenient that if you’re going to indulge in them, it’s especially important to make sure that you’re following a recipe that makes a healthier version. This brownie-in-a-mug is a quick and easy recipe for chocolate lovers because it contains a good amount of dietary fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants without sacrificing on flavor.
I have experimented with several Paleo brownie recipes, but this one tops the list by far. They come out of the oven very moist and chewy. That means that if you are one of those people who likes the outside edge of brownies, you might want to bake them for a few extra minutes. I…
I’m sure every parent out there can relate to having trouble getting your children to eat healthy on occasion. Sometimes you end up having to hide the healthy items they won’t eat in with something they do enjoy—like brownies. Hey, if it works, it works. If your little ones are picky eaters who shy away from eating their greens, then you’re definitely going to want to give this recipe for zucchini brownie bread a shot. Every single ingredient that goes into making these brownies offers some kind of benefit for your health and yet they end up tasting every bit as good as any other brownie I’ve ever tried. When I finally told my kids they were made with zucchini, they didn’t even believe me. You won’t taste the zucchini at all, it’s fantastic.
I just couldn’t wait to get home today so that I could share a very special paleo dessert recipe with you guys. What’s so special about it? Well, it’s only just an out of this world coconut cream brownie ice cream recipe. That’s right—brownies and ice cream in one, so you can understand my excitement with this recipe. It’s one of those recipes you never knew you were missing out on, but once you try it, it’ll be there to stay. This is actually a dessert that you can freely enjoy on the paleo diet because it only uses all-natural ingredients. Cacao powder and dark chocolate chips bring the chocolatey goodness, while the coconut cream and honey provide a perfectly sweet ice cream texture when frozen. And to top it all off? The recipe even adds in some hazelnuts for good measure.
When most people think of brownies, they immediately think of a fudgy treat that may or may not be responsible for those extra few pounds showing on the scale. But it doesn’t have to be that way. You can definitely enjoy a decadent brownie without worrying about it going straight to your hips. Just make them a bit healthier with ingredient swaps. This recipe shows you how to do exactly that! You seriously won’t believe how good these turn out. Instead of being loaded with sugar, flour, and other high carb ingredients, these paleo avocado brownies are an excellent source of fiber, heart healthy fats, and essential nutrients.
One of my all-time favorite ‘grab and go’ snacks to make are paleo energy balls. I’ve tried quite a few different recipes for them, and the one I’m going to be sharing today is easily one of the best. It makes chocolate covered paleo brownie energy balls that are simply to die for. The coating on these energy balls is a mouthwatering mix of cacao butter, cacao powder, maple syrup, and hazelnuts. But it’s the homemade filling that really pushes these energy balls to the next level. Trust me on this one guys, you’re going to want to keep this one bookmarked in your favorites.
I’ve got a confession to make today guys. I’m totally addicted to those little two-bite brownie bites that you can buy from the grocery store. Or at least, I was at one point. I always felt guilty for enjoying them because I knew they were full of sugar and other decidedly non-paleo ingredients. And then I stumbled upon what just might be my favorite dessert recipe for bite-sized brownies—these chocolate fudge paleo brownie bites. Gone are the processed, unhealthy ingredients found in the brand name brownies. In their place, you’ll be using nothing but wholesome paleo-friendly ingredients like almond flour, unsweetened cocoa powder, flaxseed, and almond butter.
Have you ever had a craving for a decadent dessert like brownies, but you just don’t feel like going through all of the effort of making a batch? It happens to me all the time. That’s exactly why I keep this great recipe in my little pocketbook of recipes. It’s for a perfectly fudgy paleo brownie in a mug that you can have ready to go from start to finish in less than five minutes. The recipe keeps things totally paleo-friendly by making some smart ingredient choices like using almond flour, cacao powder, dark chocolate chips, and almond butter over typical baking options like refined flour and milk chocolate. The end result is phenomenal brownie treat that you can indulge in without feeling guilty.
These chocolate brownie cookies make use of some carefully selected ingredients that make them 100% gluten-free and totally paleo-friendly.