Dangerously Chocolatey Flourless Paleo Brownies

I came up with this recipe the other day after I was able to reintroduce chocolate back into my diet once my skin condition calmed down after my latest outbreak. After each round of GAPS I do I tend to crave 2 things: cupcakes and brownies (I have no idea why – I don’t usually crave these things normally, I think I just really start to crave something sweet). So to the kitchen I went, to develop a brownie recipe more simple than my last.

They turned out very delicious, and very chocolatey. I used a very dark chocolate, so they are made for those with an extreme love affair with chocolate, no moderate lovers here! They actually turned out suprisingly more fluffy than I anticipated. Since they don’t have flour, I thought they were going to be very dense, but I was pleasantly suprised that they were not.


paleo dark chocolate flour-less brownies

What You Will Need:

4 oz dark chocolate
1/2 cup of butter
1/4 cup of cocoa powder
4 eggs
1/3 cup of maple syrup or sweetener of choice
1/2 tsp. baking powder
A dash of salt

Now What?

  1. In a small double broiler or pot on low, melt chocolate and butter until thoroughly melted.
  2. In a separate small-medium sized bowl, beat eggs with an electric beater until mixed well and lightly frothed.
  3. Add chocolate and butter to egg bowl.
  4. Add cocoa, baking powder, salt and maple syrup to the mixture.
  5. Beat with the electric beater or by hand for about a minute to ensure the batter is well mixed.
  6. Place mixture in a small baking pan and bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes.

Cool for about 15 minutes before you cut into brownies and Enjoy!

3 Responses to Dangerously Chocolatey Flourless Paleo Brownies

  1. Breezy says:

    You do mean cocoa powder, correct?

  2. Kelly says:

    I really love your recipes!.

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