These Keto Brownies are an easy recipe with the most delicious, fudgy texture that melts in your mouth. You won’t believe they are sugar-free brownies with that bursting chocolate flavor. Plus, these easy-to-make Keto Brownies are also gluten-free and dairy-free!
No, you can’t eat classic store-bought brownies on a keto diet. The brownies from the bakery or your grocery store are made with high-carb flour, sugar and contain way too many carbs to be part of a keto menu.
However, you can make the best keto brownies in less than 30 minutes at home with this recipe. Keep reading to learn how to make keto almond flour brownies.
It’s super simple to make the best keto chocolate brownies at home using a few basics ingredients. All you need to make brownies with almond flour is:
First, preheat the oven to 325F (160C). Line a square 8×8-inch baking pan with parchment paper, leaving an overhang on two sides for easier removal.
Use melted coconut oil to grease the paper. Set aside.
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First, add all the dry ingredients to a mixing bowl. Use a whisk to combine the almond flour, unsweetened cocoa powder, erythritol, and baking powder. Whisk until evenly combined, and no lumps show.
In another mixing bowl, beat eggs, melted butter, and vanilla extract.
Pour the liquid ingredients into the dry ingredients and stir with a spoon just until combined. The batter of a brownie keto recipe is thicker than regular brownies.
Don’t try to thin out the batter by adding almond milk or more liquids.
Transfer the brownie batter into an 8×8-inch baking pan covered with oiled parchment paper.
Spread the brownie batter evenly to cover the pan. Bake your low-carb brownies for 20 minutes to 25 minutes or until edges are dry and a toothpick inserted in the center comes out with a moist crumb.
Cool down the brownies on a cooling rack for 30 minutes before glazing or slicing.
This fudgy brownie recipe is delicious on its own or topped with a sugar-free brownie glazing.
For the chocolate ganache aka. keto brownie glazing you will need:
To make the keto ganache recipe, add the sugar-free chocolate chips and heavy cream in a saucepan. Bring the saucepan under medium heat and heat, stirring gently until the chocolate melts and the mixture is glossy and melted.
Spread the keto chocolate brownies glazing over the brownie before cutting in squares.
Other low-carb brownie toppings you can add to your brownie square are:
You can store these keto brownie squares for up to 4 days in an airtight container in the fridge. Their texture gets fudgier with time.
You can also freeze keto brownies in a sealed individual bag, square by square, or in an airtight box. Thaw brownies at room temperature for at least 4 hours before eating.
Almond flour brownies are way fudgier and moister than coconut flour brownies. In fact, these low-carb flours have very different properties. Coconut flour, for instance, is extremely high in fiber and soaks up liquid very fast.
When used in a recipe, it needs way more eggs or liquid to compensate.
For coconut flour keto brownies, use my sugar-free brownie recipe. It’s made of a combo of almond flour and coconut flour.
You can tweak this keto brownie recipe and make it even more delicious by adding some delicious things into the batter. For example, try to stir in 1/2 cup of one of the ingredients below:
Any of these ingredients add texture to the brownies and balance very well their moist crumbs.
You can double up this low-carb brownie recipe by adding twice the amount of each ingredient into the mixing bowl.
Then, make sure you increase the baking time by a third, baking your brownies from 30-35 minutes.
Also, remember that doubling up the recipe changes the net carbs per serving! A square will be twice as thick, and if you keep the serving size at 16 squares per brownie, you will get 4.4 grams of net carbs per serving.
A keto brownie recipe contains 4 times fewer carbs than regular store-bought brownies.
For one 1-ounce square, these keto brownies contain 2.2 grams of net carbs. They also contain 15.7 grams of fat that help you reach your fat macros and keep you full and satisfied.
As a result, these keto brownies are guilt-free dessert on your keto journey. It fixes your sweet tooth with minimal carbs and adds up to your fat macros to reach your goals.
Keto Brownies are made with almond flour have a different batter texture, and consequently, they don’t bake in the same as regular wheat-based brownies.
The best pan to make fudgy keto brownies that bake within 25 minutes is a:
There are a few things you can do to ensure that your brownies are baked to perfection.
Have you made these Keto Brownies? Share a comment or review below to tell me how it goes,
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