The good, the best, and the fudgy keto brownies!
You might not want to believe me before you try this recipe with your own taste buds, but these little chocolate squares might very likely be among the best brownies you’ve ever tried, either on or off keto!
These brownies represent the shapes of chocolate I adore the most … Forget all of the vanilla craziness I stress about in some of the other recipes. This is the one recipe in which chocolate absolutely wins. The brownies are the fudgy type – a bit crunchy on the outside and soft in the middle. Also a little crumbly, and that’s the way we like them! Actually, I can’t stress enough how much I love them. Let me just admit that I really need to put a lot of effort into not eating the whole batch at once …
The chocolate I use in this recipe is not just any chocolate. It’s dark Belgian, 85% cocoa, and it has no sugar added, only stevia and erythritol. Most of the carbs inside are fiber and polyols. If you can’t get hold of it, I’m sure some other variant of dark no-sugar chocolate will do the job.
Too boring? Why not try making chocolate brownie cupcakes? Just use your favorite cupcake molds, and shorten the baking time for 5 minutes.
Anyways, what are you waiting for, this is the recipe you should’ve tried last weekend!
When done, why not top the brownies with this chocolate mousse, and go a little bit over the edge in this sweet low-carb indulgence. I’m sure you can find a good reason for pampering yourself a bit (well, a lot).
An update: When I found myself in a short budget situation, I used hemp seed flour instead of relatively expensive almond flour and found the brownies equally delicious. What is more, cutting back on the flour a bit results in even fudgier brownies. Drool … 😉