Super moist Keto Zucchini Brownies with a delicious dark chocolate fudgy texture and perfect to use all your summer zucchinis. Bonus, these zucchini brownies are also gluten-free, dairy-free, and paleo-approved, with only 2.3 grams of net carbs per square.
Zucchini is a very low-carb keto vegetable, but unfortunately, a classic zucchini brownie recipe is not keto-friendly. In fact, the authentic zucchini brownie recipe contains high carbs ingredients, including wheat flour, sugar, and sometimes melted chocolate.
Therefore, to enjoy a moist, fudgy chocolate brownie recipe with zucchini and no sugar, you must follow my recipe below.
Luckily, it’s super easy to make a keto zucchini brownie recipe. So, if you are overloaded with zucchini this summer, this keto brownie recipe comes to the rescue!
All you need to make this brownie recipe are:
First, preheat the oven to 160C (325F). Line an 8-inch square baking pan with parchment paper and lightly oil the paper with cooking spray or butter.
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The best way to make a moist low-carb zucchini brownie is to:
First, in a large mixing bowl, stir almond flour, cocoa powder, baking powder, and salt. Set aside.
In another mixing bowl, beat eggs, almond milk, melted butter, and vanilla extract. Finally, stir in the shredded, drained zucchinis.
Finally, stir the liquid ingredients into the dry ingredients until it forms a thick, smooth keto brownie batter.
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If you like, and I actually highly recommend it for sweetness, stir in some sugar-free chocolate chips in the batter.
Spread the batter into an 8-inch square pan. Bake in the center rack of your oven until the top is just set and starts to dry out. Don’t overbake the keto zucchini brownies, or they would lose all their moisture.
You can insert a toothpick in the center of the brownie to check their baking progress. If the pick comes out with a little crumb on it, remove the pan from the oven.
Cool the brownie down in the pan for 5 minutes, then use the hanging pieces of parchment paper to release the keto zucchini brownies onto a cooling rack.
Cool the keto brownies with zucchini for about 30 minutes before slicing.
If you want to add a chocolate ganache on top of your brownies, wait until they reach room temperature.
These keto zucchini brownies are delicious on their own but even better served with a dollop of:
These zucchini brownies store for up to 4 days in an airtight container in the fridge. The texture of these keto brownies becomes fudgier in the fridge, and I actually recommend waiting for a few days to enjoy an even more intense chocolate fudgy texture.
Of course, this keto brownie recipe can be frozen as well, and it’s a great idea for portion control. Wrap one serving of keto zucchini brownie on a ziplock bag and freeze.
Thaw your keto zucchini brownies at room temperature the day before.
The nutrition panel below includes the sugar-free chocolate chips glaze. I highly recommend adding both options for the most delicious keto chocolate dessert.
Of course, if you want to make changes to this recipe, I have suggestions for you to try.
In summer, I love to bake desserts, cakes, and bread using zucchinis. It’s not only delicious and nourishing but also a great way to use the zucchinis over growing in my garden. Below I listed more keto zucchinis recipes for you to try.
Did you make this low-carb zucchini brownies recipe? Share a comment or review below to let me know how it goes or for a classic fudgy brownie, try my keto brownie recipe !
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