Keto Chocolate Avocado Brownie Slices

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  • prep time

    prep time

    15 min

  • cook time

    cook time

    50 min

  • ready time

    ready time

    1 h 5 min

Keto Chocolate Avocado Brownie Slices

23 ratings

Almost nothing can top the feeling of biting into a thick, fudgy, chocolatey slice of brownie. Actually, the only thing that can top that feeling is biting into a brownie that has almost zero carbs and could even be considered healthy! Maybe it’s the natural sugars, but these facts make these decadent brownie slices taste all the more sweeter!

Jessica L.

  • Net Carbs

    2.3 g

  • Fiber

    4.6 g

  • Total Carbs

    6.9 g

  • Protein

    3.1 g

  • Fats

    10.3 g

120 cals

Keto Chocolate Avocado Brownie Slices

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Ingredients

  • Avocados Raw

    Avocados Raw

    2 fruit without skin and seeds

  • Cocoa Powder

    Cocoa Powder

    1-½ tbsp

  • Almond Flour by Bob's Red Mill

    Almond Flour by Bob's Red Mill

    2 tablespoon

  • Salt

    Salt

    ⅛ teaspoon

  • Baking Powder

    Baking Powder

    ¼ tsp

  • Egg Whites

    Egg Whites

    2 large egg white

  • Leavening Agents Cream Of Tartar

    Leavening Agents Cream Of Tartar

    ⅛ tsp

  • Vanilla Extract Imitation Alcohol

    Vanilla Extract Imitation Alcohol

    1 tsp

  • Stevia Liquid

    Stevia Liquid

    1 teaspoon

Recipe Steps

steps 6

1 h 5 min

  • Step 1

    Preheat an oven to 350 degrees. Prepare a small baking pan by lining the bottom with wax or parchment paper and spraying with pan spray.
    Step 1
  • Step 2

    Scoop two avocados into a food processor and mix until smooth. Then, mix in the cocoa powder. The mixture should be totally creamy and thick. Set this aside in a clean bowl.
    Step 2
  • Step 3

    Sift and stir the almond flour, salt, and baking powder into the avocado mixture.
  • Step 4

    Place the egg whites in a stand mixer or a bowl with a hand whip. Whip the whites until foamy, and then add in the cream of tartar. Mix the whites until they form stiff peaks, adding in the vanilla and sweetener in the final stage.
    Step 4
  • Step 5

    Gently fold the egg whites into the avocado mixture. Be careful not to deflate the air from the whipped egg.
    Step 5
  • Step 6

    Pour the batter into your prepared pan and gently spread it out. Bake the brownies for about 50 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean. Let the brownies cool before slicing.
    Step 6

Comments 30

  • AwesomeRadish948557

    AwesomeRadish948557 a year ago

    To everyone about to make this, stop! The avocado + cocoa powder + monkfruit sweetener is enough to make an awesome RAW pudding. Everything tasted great until I baked it. The baking process kills the sweetness from the avocado itself and also negates the 3x amount of monkfruit sugar I put in

    • Diva19785

      Diva19785 2 years ago

      I should have read the comments. There is a really bitter after taste. It's definitely not sweet enough. Maybe it's the liquid sweetener but won't be making this again and was disappointed

      • FantasticAvocado422682

        FantasticAvocado422682 3 years ago

        One of the worst things I've ever put in my mouth. Complete waste of time and ingredients, straight into the trash.

        • Greenmoccasin

          Greenmoccasin 3 years ago

          This was terrible

          • Jayne

            Jayne 4 years ago

            I realized halfway through Making this recipe there wasn’t enough sweetness in it to make the brownie I was looking for so I made some modifications that I think came out really well. Follow the directions through step three. Then add 1/2 cup Monk fruit sweetener, one whole egg and mix well. I put this combination into a 5 x 10 glass pan lined with parchment paper. I then cooked it for 45 minutes. It came out like a regular brownie. Without adding sweetener this is just a bitter mess. With these modifications it is still only 2 net carbs. After reading the comments (wish I’d read these first ) next time I think I may try the fudge frosting suggested in the previous comment. Thanks

            • Eolaura

              Eolaura 4 years ago

              I more than doubled the cocoa and it still wasn’t chocolaty enough. Added extra sweetener and not sweet enough. Had a funny taste but good texture. Only about 1/4 inch thick. I made a fudge frosting With sf choc chips, heavy cream and swerve. This made the brownie slices edible.

              • josie0695

                josie0695 2 years ago

                Quantities, please, of sf chocolate chips, cream, Swerve? I presume powdered/icing sweetener? Thanks!

              • Jayne

                Jayne 4 years ago

                I added Monk fruit sweetener and it was much better. See my comment above. The frosting idea sounds great I’m going to try that next time. 😋

            • Anonymous

              Anonymous 4 years ago

              This was terrible! Wasted to much product on it yuk!

              • Galltwo

                Galltwo 4 years ago

                Goes to show that we all have different ideas of what pleases them. Add confectionary sugar or Keto ice cream !

                • Flo

                  Flo 4 years ago

                  Jessica My husband and I are fans of your recipes. If your name is on it, we know it going to be great not good but GREAT. But we all have done it, things just don’t turn out like we expected. This was your’s! Please look it over and try it again. We need a great brownie recipe and “you can do this woman!”

                  • Pamel

                    Pamel 4 years ago

                    Worst thing every!!! Straight to the trash can!!!

                    • MicheleTurpin

                      MicheleTurpin 5 years ago

                      The brownies worked for me! I replaced 3 tablespoons of powdered Erythritol for the stevia. I guess you could add more sweetness if you like. But I chose to add a chocolate frosting of 7 discs of cocoa butter, 1/2 square of unsweetened cocoa chocolate (melt on low heat )and 2 tablespoons .of powdered Erythritol. After completely cooled the brownies have a nice fudge texture. The grandkids loved them!❤️

                      • anniejdemarbree6ea

                        anniejdemarbree6ea 5 years ago

                        Very bad taste, the quantities are wrong!

                        • Hippityp

                          Hippityp 5 years ago

                          Horrible, even tried to adjust it (I have attempted it twice). Unless you cover it in sugar it’s yuck!

                          • Torinoraine

                            Torinoraine 5 years ago

                            It was awful.!

                            • Tarns

                              Tarns 5 years ago

                              Sadly not the end result I was looking forward to. Wish I read the comments below before baking.

                              • Anonymous

                                Anonymous 5 years ago

                                I tried this with xylitol instead. Even used 2/3 cup of it to see if that would help. No, it was not Good. Waste

                                • michellerobinson1594

                                  michellerobinson1594 5 years ago

                                  So disappointing...I agree with Charlieswolf....wish I could get my avacodos back...had to throw the whole batch in the garbage, it does not taste good at all

                                  • Charlieswolf

                                    Charlieswolf 5 years ago

                                    Wasted 2 precious avocados...and time. Taste of batter wasn’t even worth putting in the oven. Now all i have are dishes to wash.

                                    • CamoNorange

                                      CamoNorange 5 years ago

                                      Virtually inedible and I made a double batch. Tried avoiding letting a bunch of avocados go to waste and instead wasted those and all the other ingredients. Just not good. Very bitter. Such a shame.

                                      • Kim

                                        Kim 5 years ago

                                        After reading the posts below, I twicked the recipe a little. I added 1/3 cup of Stevia and 1 Tbsp of dark Cacoa nips. After baking, I allowed the brownie to cool then tried it. It wasn’t bad but not quite where I wanted it. I sprinkled 1 tsp of Swerve confectioners to the top of the brownie. I cut the pieces in 8 slices instead of six and added 7g of carbs, 6g of fat, 1g protein and 80 calories due to the Cacoa nips based on the whole recipe. Will have to split values based on slice amount. Hope you enjoy the recipe with the changes. 😊

                                        • Chels

                                          Chels 6 years ago

                                          Absolutely disgusting! 3 of us tried-ended up spitting it out and throwing away the remainder.

                                          • Apple Pie

                                            Apple Pie 6 years ago

                                            They taste bitter. I will try with different sugar and coconutflakes + coconut butter or almond butter....

                                            • Conjr

                                              Conjr 6 years ago

                                              Yeah these are not good. Just a bad recipe, even tried to counteract the issues others mentioned. It’s just not good, guys.

                                              • Anonymous

                                                Anonymous 6 years ago

                                                Inedible. Took one bite and had to spit it out. Gross.

                                                • blancoshelly1e3f

                                                  blancoshelly1e3f 6 years ago

                                                  No so good. I may try again with more stevia and more cocoa. Then warm it up and top with whipped cream. We shall see..... Not bad, just very bland. So tonight I threw some sugar free caramel coffee syrup over it to soak into it and will try again in an hour or so!......nope, threw them out.

                                                  • WindyJ

                                                    WindyJ 6 years ago

                                                    Has anyone tried this using Swerve instead of Stevia?

                                                    • Csinibaba

                                                      Csinibaba 6 years ago

                                                      Unfortunately I had to toss it out it was so bitter and I followed the recipe.

                                                      • kjobarthenb2e8

                                                        kjobarthenb2e8 6 years ago

                                                        I’d like to leave out sweetners too. Gave up sugar over a year ago and Stevia and others have a funky, almost alcohol after taste.