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The ingredient list now reflects the servings specified. Ingredient Checklist. 2 cups gluten-free all-purpose flour.

1 ½ cups maple syrup. ¾ cup dark cocoa powder. ¾ teaspoon gluten-free baking powder. 1 teaspoon salt. 1 cup mashed bananas. ¼ cup unsweetened coconut milk. Vegan brownies with the same great chocolate taste — without the guilt.

Brownies are a chocoholic’s kryptonite. There’s something about the rich chocolatey taste and the ooey gooey-ness that makes it hard to have just one. I made these vegan gluten free brownies without chocolate chips on the inside and just sprinkled some as toppings. But you can surely add some into the brownie mixture, especially if you’re a chocoholic like yours truly.

Just make sure you use vegan sugar-free. Ingredients 2 cups ( 272g) Gluten Free All Purpose Flour* 1 cup ( 84g) Unsweetened Cocoa Powder 2 cups ( 400g) White Sugar* 1 and 1/2 tsp Baking Powder 1/2 tsp Salt 1 Tbsp Instant Coffee Powder* 1 cup (240ml) Vegan Buttermilk ( 1 Tbsp lemon juice +. Unlike my Simple brownie recipe, this one here uses flaxseed meal instead of yogurt.

It is topped with vegan and gluten free mini marshmallows that I stock up from Trader’s Joe. In this recipe I have skipped the double boiler method to melt everything.Grease a 9×13 pan (or 8×8 for thick brownies), or line with parchment paper, and set aside. These are the real deal vegan brownies. NO black beans. NO flaxmeal.

NO coconut flour. NO tofu. NO dates. I do love brownie recipes that contain the ingredients listed above, and my Sweet Potato Brownies are super popular with readers. But sometimes what you’re craving is a basic homemade brownie recipe. I’ve searched for years for a good vegan brownie recipe and finally found a truly legitimate, tastes like the ‘bad’ brownies recipe!

These are delicious! I made the first batch with regular cocoa powder and added chocolate chips and walnuts. I used an 8×8 glass baking dish instead of.

These were the BEST BROWNIES even without the frosting. Just don’t OVERBAKE/OVERMIX. When doubling, leave out one egg, keep the amount of salt at. Vegan brownie recipe.

First of all, let’s start with a sultry classic. allplants rich and gooey vegan brownies! Perfectly paired with your best friends and giant pot of tea. Chat, eat, drink and be merry.

Vegan brownie cookie recipe. Next on the list is the ultimate chocolatey combo in the world right now, known as our allplants veganbrownie. There should be no lumps and the almond flour should be fully incorporated. Stir in the chocolate chips.

Pour into a greased, parchment-lined, or a greased foil-lined 8x8 square pan. Bake for 35 minutes, or 40-45 minutes if you prefer cake-like brownies.

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Pause mixing and add the hazelnuts, almond flour, gluten-free flour mix, baking powder, and chopped chocolate.

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Place a half to a whole sliced avocado, one teaspoon cinnamon, one to two scoops organic whey or vegan protein powder, four to six ounces full-fat coconut milk, one to two teaspoons almond butter, one to two teaspoons carob or cocoa powder, and a dash of pure vanilla extract or vanilla powder in a blender and blend.

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Make the chocolate layer: In a large bowl, whisk together the almond flour, sweetener, cocoa powder, protein powder, baking powder, espresso powder (if using), and salt.

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Add hazelnut mixture, remaining 1 cup flour, baking powder, cinnamon, and remaining /4 teaspoon salt; beat just until combined.

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Make the brownie bottom: In a small bowl or glass measuring cup, whisk together the vegetable oil, cocoa powder, granulated sugar, eggs, salt, and vanilla.

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Add the almond butter, vanilla, espresso, cocoa powder, and ⅛ teaspoon salt to the food processor, and process for 2 to 3 minutes or until completely smooth.

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Combine hazelnuts, sugar, and butter or margarine in a skillet.

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  • This looked like it would have been a good recipe if the person doing the video would have told us how much of each ingredient to use instead of “Add the Almond Milk to Sugar and mix”

  • Just made these!!! In my years at culinary school, cooking, baking, and experimenting these are the best brownies I have ever made! Who would have thought #Dates

  • Remember guys vegan/gluten-free doesn’t always mean health conscious. You can make this so much healthier and even taste better with raw organic and natural ingredients. Some ingredients are okay but i would definitely not use toxic, cancer causing, brain eating “white sugar”. Use Coconut sugar, Maple Syrup or something natural and whole-food sourced.

  • I have access to so many vegan brownies recipes (in two languages) and I chose to make yours because your recipes are always the best! Tastes good, easy to make, normal ingredients. I can always count on you:) thanks for another great recipe!

  • The answer is YES you must use Light Buckwheat flour. The regular stuff makes these taste awful to me and meh to my vegan son. Substituted AP Flour this time. Much better!

  • 10/10 made these without choc chips and icing and it was still gooey and beautiful ��. I made them with coconut sugar and 1 cup of Spelt flour and a little bit of maple syrup so good!

  • hey liv �� thank you for this recipe! i swapped out a few ingredients and over-baked. it turned out to be a really good chocolate sponge cake! will definitely want to add chocolate chips next time round ☺️
    -replace 1/2cup oil with 2 mashed bananas
    -replace 1cup buckwheat flour with all purpose
    -bake for 35min

  • The non Vegan brownie video was so much better this was plain and meh. No commentary, no explanation of ingredients, Super short. We always get the bad end of the stick. For a channel with over 18 million subs this looks like it came from a channel who is just starting out who got an editor and a new camera.

  • Hello, I love your videos. You always use “cup” measure, (add 1 cup of this flower and 1/2 cup of those). How big is this cup? Sice I am from Europe and we do not have the same regular cups and also have a different measurement system.

  • I am Canadian and my home is in Canada HOWEVER I am currently visiting in Morocco so I am unable to enter:(( Olivia would you be able to help? My IP address gives off my present location and unables me entries to the giveaway!

  • New Subbie here. These were so delicious without anything extra. They stand on their own two feet. Thank you so much. You are making Paleo fun for me. I made this for my wedding anniversary as a surprise since my other treats didn’t go over well with my husband. �� I have been using carob powder but i said what the hey this time. So glad i did your recipe.

  • This was my second time baking in my whole life, and I followed this recipe and my brownies turned out sooooooooo amazing. Honestly the best brownies I have ever had in my life, and I couldnt believe I made this!!! All props to you Liv!! Thank you so much!!!

  • I followed the recipe and it didn’t turn out the same. And the parchment paper sticked even after I sprayed it. I’m lost. Baking isn’t my talent at all ����‍♀️
    Update: I tried the recipe again today and I also made the icing… 10/10 it’s so good! Omg!

  • I’m supposed to make these for tomorrow but I am not seeing you add in any of the chocolate chips? Are they not necessary? I’d initially assumed them being dairy free was optional not that they all together were optional…. I will try them without and pray they are ok!♡

  • OK, I just made these.. but they turned out as a big dry cake. I don’t know why, the only thing I did differently maybe was use brown sugar. Someone tell me what I can make out of dry brownies, I am supposed to bring them to Thanksgiving tomrrow, LOL!

  • I tried this and it turned out such a disappointment. Something is off with this recipe. They’re not brownies it’s just a chocolate cake that tastes like maple syrup

  • I love your videos and your pictures, I feel like they really show your authenticity and positivity �� it would be amazing to win that camera, i have been wanting to up my food photography game… I was wondering: what do you use to edit your pictures/videos? Also, could you do a video explaining how to start a blog? And really random: what did you study in uni?:)

  • These look so good! I’m going to have to pick up some egg replacer the next time at Superstore (I usually use flax eggs/applesauce to veganize recipes). I also entered the give away! ����������

  • Will make these brownies.
    Word of advice. Even though you are making it for yourself, it is unsanitary to have the dog so near the food and you playing with your hair.

  • I wanna make chocolate chip cookies..without the chocolate chips
    I wanna make slime..without the glue
    I wanna play the piano..without the keys
    I wanna eat macaroni and cheese.. without the cheese
    I wanna have a sleepover..without sleeping
    I wanna eat..without the food
    I wanna sleep..without the bed
    like if I’m the weirdest person ever ����

  • Stop being an idiot and stop wearing make up. It is fucking up your skin molecules and is chemically modifying and altering your DNA in all skin cells. Do not wear perfume or cologne or use detergent as well. All of the above are linked to toxins that have caused bodily hormonal changes as well as links to cancers. You need to take care of your self. Take a long hot shower with just water or a nice hot bath with sea salt and some type of essential oil (preferably lavender or grapefruit). It is cheaper to just use hot water only instead of using bogus color dyed synthetic detergent… that is and has been ruining your respiratory system. It is basic and simple and cheap to live by… also it is raw and healthier for all of us. Thank you for understanding.

  • Thank you for these!! Made them today, and they were excellent! I’m on the SCD diet (an anti-inflammatory diet for auto-immune diseases), and although I haven’t been craving sugar lately, I was looking for a good dessert. These really hit the spot. And they’re not too sweet! Very easy to make also.

  • Love your videos and all the info you give us about food! Keep them coming! Made so many of your recipes and they are so delicious

  • I struggle to make toast without burning it but I made these (but used gluten free flour) and can confirm they turned out AMAZING. (Cooked em for a lil longer than the vid said though ��)

  • Please bring back voiceover! I really like your videos and recipes but the videos would be so much more personal and interesting to watch if we heard your voice, like if you agree!

  • Lisa, “Tapioca Flour” doesn’t exist. Or you have “Tapioca” or you have “Mandioca Flour” Tapioca is already the flour of Mandioca, I know what I’m saying cuz I’m Brazilian. And it’s carbs rich, like coconut sugar!

  • Hi Liv! I never leave any comments but I always enjoy watching your videos. I’m so happy the vegan bundle is back. So sad I missed it last time.

  • Love this option! We have our own version of diet friendly chocolate brownies / muffins made with beetroot! If you are interested, feel free to check it out on our channel:) Once done with them, I’ll sure try your version next!

  • Btw I watched like 5 times to see if you put what temperature the oven should be and I didn’t see it. It’s 350 degrees if anyone else had the same issue.

  • This is my most favorite brownie recipe ever! Best brownie the way I wanted! Moist, fudgy, chocolatey, not too sweet, and I added some walnuts and it’s perfect. Best combo with a scoop of vanilla iced cream. ��

  • I once ate non-vegan hot vulcano brownies at McDonalds and thought I could never have that experience again as a vegan but i made these AND THEY WERE JUST LIKE THEM. JESUS CHRIST WHAT A FOODGASM

  • These are soooo good! So fudgey! like better than some regular brownies ive made. I only added like a little over half cup of maple syrup and it was still really sweet. (Maybe because i was using 100% pure Canadian syrup.) So i wouldnt add the full amount of sugar

  • Really nice and tasty recipe Bobby,. Tastes fantastic and feeling really fluffy in your Samsung oven,. By the way,. Is your wife Belorussian??

  • Almost every one who came here ran out of flour (including me) ���� btw I’m totaly going to try and make it I realy carve some brownies right now ��

  • So basically everything in a brownie recipe minus the flour, cool I’m surprised it turned out like that without the flour when the end result looked like it had flour in it. Good job!

  • I am glad that you have people who love your dogs, but when you cook you need to keep them away from your food I apologize but I will find another good recipe that is vegan, or make a recipe vegan. Blessings to you always

  • I made these as directed, and they’re good. But holy cow, SO SALTY! It’s a matter of taste, I guess, but 1/4 tsp would probably be plenty, IMO.

  • Just made these last night! The recipe worked great, however I didn’t use “light” buckwheat flour so they do taste a little earthy. I think you can sub regular flour and it would be great as well!
    The coconut butter hack shockingly worked!

  • BAKERS! If you screen shotted or wrote down this recipe before Feb. 6, please note that I had an error in the ingredients!!! I had accidentally written 3/4 cup cocoa powder instead of 1/2 cup. It should be 1/2 cup!!! This definitely would result in dry brownies, I’m sorry for that!! ❤️

  • I loved the video so I made them for myself! They were not just “not” what I saw in the video but also admittedly one of the worst vegan baked goods I’ve ever had. Very dry, didn’t taste of chocolate and didn’t have much sweetness. It was also pretty gummy I think from using buckwheat flour alone.

    I logged back on to YouTube just to write a review bc I want to make sure others don’t get their hopes up as much as I did. �� There are a lot of vegan baked goods recipes out there composed of more wholesome ingredients without sacrificing on flavor! Don’t let this recipe dissuade you.

  • Pls, with the American measurement system I, from Italy, can not realize this delicious brownies!
    Can anyone help me writing the ingredient list in European measures?

  • I tried the recipe! Delicious! They aren’t very sweet as I thought they will. I just omitted chocolate chips step and changed egg replacement for 3tsp of chickpeas broth. A warning with the cacao powder. I did them with extra dark cacao powder by mistake and they looked like if I’d burn them hahahha.

  • Omg!! Making these right now! My boyfriend and I just started a Vegan YouTube channel where we’re documenting our experience of being vegan through cooking, challenges and more! Check it out ����✨

  • I can’t wait to try these! Can you provide a link for the reusable parchment? I didn’t realize it even existed. Thanks for the recipe it looks delicious.

  • Would this also work with a flax powder egg? That is what I generally use as an egg replacer, at least in darker coloured batter. Thanks

  • Question: why baking soda when there’s no acid in the recipe? I’ve seen that in some of your other recipes too. As far as I can see the soda is only adding taste, but no lift in this recipe?
    Love your videos ��

  • I heard there was a screen invented so you could taste what you would see in the picture. But the amount of saliva that would be on it-
    Still, I wish I could do that tho.

  • I made these by the recipe and didn’t like them:( They tasted like dark chocolate….Is that the goal? I also used organic buckwheat flour but not specifically LIGHT does that matter??

  • Desi, these are perfect! Thank you! For the 2nd patch, I want to make them have a ginger bread flavor. How much of each spice is needed?

  • Mo: ion wanna waste any batter
    Literally 2minutes earlier Ro walks out with a whisk full of batter
    Edit: that whisk gave me anxiety

  • Finding your channel was the best thing that happened to me. Love your personality and each and every single one of your delish creations!

  • My blender is pretty big so it’s bad at blending a small amount of anything. Do you think I could just melt the shredded coconut?? ����

  • Hi Lisa, I went through your whole video selection but couldn’t find any gluten free bread recipe ( other than the zucchini bread). I often see you eating toasted bread in the videos. Which bread would you recommend or could you please prepare one with other flours?

  • We’re just celebrating those with raspberry sauce and whipped cream. We’re in heaven �� used duck eggs, even richer taste ���� thanks Lisa!

  • Wow these brownies look amazing �� I just found your channel and I can’t stop watching your videos! Thank you for your ideas �� can I use another flour? Because in my village I can’t find it ��

  • Lol did you know that the medjool dates are the dates they use the ones that have fallen in the ground, your paying for the name brand not the quality,so don’t get ripped off,start using other dates not medjool because medjool us a scam.

  • I actually made these without chocolate chunks and it was still AMAZING I even replaced the melted chcocolate with a little more cocoa powder and I replaced flax seeds with chia seeds

  • Aw, man, they look good! A little thin for me, so I’m actually gonna bae it in a 7 x 7 pan so it’s thicc like a real brownie should be

  • I made them but I’m not so over the top chocolate like you. How can i make them with 1/2 the chocolate? definitely no coffee. but what else?

  • I have two brownies recipes I love (one with banana and one with kidney beans) but I will try this recipe this weekend, so curious about this home made coconut butter too ^_^

    And, sorry, but I didn’t listen to a word you said at the beginning, I’m was so looking at your dogs playing in the background xD

  • I only have a mini processor, but I have a Kitchenaid Pro Stand Mixer. Can I use the stand mixer to substitute for the food processor?

  • I calculated the calories and macros of the recipe making 16 serves (I added 20g of 85% dark chocolate chunks). Here it is for anyone else that Likes to know:
    151 calories / 3g protein/ 25g carbs (10g sugar/5.6g fiber) 4.6g Fat

  • Hi guys! I’ve been teasing this recipe on Instagram (and eating way too many brownies) for the last two weeks so I’m happy to finally share it! It’s an easy brownie recipe that I think you’ll love. And it’s perfect for Valentine’s Day. Enjoy! xo Lisa

  • hey guys! if any of you are vegetarian or vegan, can you please take this survey?? it’s for a project and i’m desperate for responses lol

    https://goo.gl/forms/sA1px7SIKBn5Hpmw2

    thanks!!!

  • I made this for my family and they all loved it!! They asked me to make another batch for tomorrow. I added chocolate chips too, and I used half buckwheat flour and half coconut flour because that was all I had. But it turned out amazing!!thank youu x

  • Regular chocolate chips are made with sugar and/or corn syrup, and other not healthy stuff. But there are sugar free ones. I buy a lot of stuff from vitacost.com, though hot weather isn’t a good time to buy it thru the mail. I also get unsweetened cocoa nibs for a little crunch. Just thought I’d share that. Can I leave the espresso out? I can’t stand coffee. I cook my fruit in a juice reduction, add a few drops stevia liquid if necessary, thicken with a little tapioca or cornstarch.

  • Hello my father in law is gluten intolerant, and is allergic to all nuts and is allergic to eggs. Can you please assist me to find deserts that I can make for him or with him? I would love to see desert videos from you that would be very helpful.

  • Hi Liv!! Love you so much! I create because I want people who are plant based/vegan and gluten free to have access to more options here in PEI. Those options available dont always taste good and are often not very good for you, so I wanted to change that. I’ve just started my own business and would love a camera that helped me with my take wonderful photos for my Instagram and Facebook page because I need all the help I can get! My business is Earth Bitez! Thanks Liv!! I’ll be making these brownies very soon too!

  • https://www.flavcity.com/chocolate-date-brownies/
    Macros per brownie, recipe makes 24 brownies:
    204 calories
    16.4 grams of net carbs
    19.25 grams of total carbs
    13.8 grams of fat
    2.9 grams of protein
    2.9 grams of fiber

  • I just made it and all I can say, “Wow”. The dates make brownies taste like heaven. I also added instant espresso just because I have it, but I will just soak dates in a freshly brewed coffee when I run out of the powdered form. Bobby and Dessi, thank you for sharing this recipe. Your book was in my amazon cart before I made these brownies, but now it is on the way to my home:0)

  • This was so good! I mixed 2 cup all purpose with 3-4 cup almond flour.
    Added a couple extra dashes of cocoa powder.
    Added 1/4 cup of unsweetened applesauce.
    Instead of coconut butter I used vegan butter, and mixed coconut flakes in the batter. SOOOO GOOOOOODDDD AND MOIST!!

  • liv I love the videos and recipes and i’m a huge supporter but I almost couldn’t focus with the music in the background!!! not tryna hate I just thought I had two things playing at once hahaha recipe still looks amazing and i’ll definitely
    try it!!

  • I don’t know if I can find buckwheat flour, do you think another kind would work? Maybe oat flour? Or just regular flour entirely?

  • How do you know when they are ready to come out of the oven? Does the toothpick coming out clean technique work for this recipe or is some other method better?

  • I just made my brownie this morning using your recipe. The only difference I didn’t have millet powder and I add cream cheese in mine. Thank you Bobby and your wife.

  • I made the Brownies today, but the brownies did not rise like yours did on the video. I followed the recipe but mine’s turned out to look like fudge bars. Did I over mix, or did I not mix long enough? please tell me where I went wrong. it was still delicious. Await to hear from you.

  • I just made these tonight and they are so so good!!!! Especially for being a healthier option. I couldn’t find millet flour right now so I subbed regular flour and they turned out wonderful!! Thank you so much

  • That looks so DELICIOUS! I cannot wait to try your recipe. Congratulations on your book. BTW, is keto diet suitable for kids and plus sized people?

  • I made them but I’m not so over the top chocolate like you. How can i
    make them with 1/2 the chocolate? definitely no coffee. but what else?

  • I made them but I’m not so over the top chocolate like you. How can i
    make them with 1/2 the chocolate? definitely no coffee. but what else?

  • the brownies look great, liv! brownies are one of the most challenging desserts to imitate as a vegan for some reason. also, you are awesome for sharing videography tips! they’re very helpful and a lot of people wouldn’t do that. i’m publishing my first vegan recipe video within the next week and i just got a canon eos m50 as an early christmas present, so i’m so excited to use that for my next videos.

  • you show the vanilla paste but when I go to Amazon I don’t find the one you work with, not the same jar. Can you tell the name of the one you have. Thanks

  • Danggg that coconut butter hack is honestly the most helpful thing I’ve seen in a long time on YouTube! Thanks Liv for this content!

  • I just started a Youtube channel full of vegan content! Recipes, challenges, reviews and more! It would be a lot if you checked it out! ��

  • I made them in my vita mix and I also added an extra serving of that date water. I made them last weekend for my womens bible class..and they were a hit!!
    Thank you so much
    Love you guys
    It’s so easy to eat healthy, I’m down 31 pounds and it only took me 3 months ��

  • This recipe is one of the most accurate in terms of ingredients and measurement. There are so many BAD recipes on YT by amateurs, I have wasted too much food, recipes that I followed correctly, THIS RECIPE WORKED!! The brownies turned out super moist, like a delicious chocolate cake. I didn’t even have chocolate chips for the top, Please, if you want a delicious sugarless GF chocolate cake, take one last chance and try this amazing recipe, I was about to give up on home baking w/out sugar, this absolutely changed my mind. Thank you FlavCity!

  • This is so good my sister made this for me and it is so chocolaty (is that how we spell it?). Thank you so much for sharing them xx

  • So happy I found this. Just started to follow you. My sister is one that told me about you and your lovely wife����‍♀️��‍♀️��‍♀️��‍♀️����

  • So this is Liv’s exact recipe but with metric conversion! I did this only because I’m from England and I don’t really have any cup measurements (i thought it might be useful for other people who tend to use the metric system) and I’m too lazy to go and buy any, haha. I hope this is useful:) I hope these are right measurements too://

    BROWNIES:
    105g of all-purpose flour (plain flour)
    140g buckwheat flour (for GF option, omit plain/all-purpose flour and use 245g buckwheat flour)
    50g of cocoa powder
    1 tsp baking soda (bicarbonate of soda)
    300g sugar
    180ml vegetable oil / melted coconut oil
    120ml non-dairy milk
    1 tsp vanilla extract
    1 tbsp egg replacer or chia seeds + 3 tbsp water
    50g chocolate chips (dairy free optional)

    CHOCOLATE FROSTING:
    1 tbsp vegan butter, softened
    2-3 tbsp cocoa powder
    1 tsp vanilla extract
    1 tsp almond milk
    100g powdered sugar (icing sugar) (you may need more or less, add an extra 2 tbsp at a time until you get the consistency you prefer)

    Preheat oven to 375 F. Mix together egg replacer and water. Set aside. Whisk together flour, cocoa powder and baking soda. In a separate mixing bowl, combine sugar, oil, non-dairy milk, vanilla and egg replacer. Add dry mixture to the wet and stir to form a batter. Pour into an 8×8 parchment-lined baking tray and bake for 28 minutes. Remove from oven and allow to cool completely before icing. Meanwhile, using a hand mixer, mix all frosting ingredients (add the powdered sugar a bit at a time until smooth and combined).

  • My son & I just started following you. I stumbled upon your bread video & showed him because he was buying the cheapest brand he could find. We have now replaced a lot of our household product’s with healthier version’s from your vlogs. Thank you so much for all the time you take in doing these & I just made the brownies. They are delish.

  • Looks wonderful but can you suggest a replacement for almond flour for those with tree nut allergies? Many thanks! Blessings for you all esp baby #1!

  • I’ve made this for my family for Christmas and they loved it. I’m the only vegan one in my family and they were a little iffy about them but they were a hit!! And it was the first time I’ve ever baked something by myself (I’m 13) this was a really good recipe! ��

  • always get so excited for a baking recipe! And then feel slightly let down when it has almond flour because I have a severe nut allergy. �� But these look ABSOLUTELY delicious!

    I’d love (and appreciate) seeing more recipes with alternative flours other than almond (or any nut) flour please.

  • You position eco-friendly products, a healthy lifestyle, the rejection of plastic, and immediately use a microwave and cut off half the strawberries with the handle (which is not at all economical and wasteful). Is it really impossible to just tear off the cutting? why cut half?

  • To make this recipe better just add espresso powder to the dry ingredients and mayb even the icing and add stout to the wet ingredients and u can add vegan mayo also but just a little

  • Woowww they were soo good!!!!! Tasted like a really nice fudgey coconuty brownie ���� sooooo good!!! My mom is also obsessed with them and already told her friends about it and also made out gardener try some (i think he loved them hahah) definitely will make them countless times again, perfect for the upcoming mothersday:)))

  • Hi! My mom is gluten and dairy free. And I just recently wanted to become a baker. I have no experience really. I am 14, but I have helped make caje and cookies. I really want to learn how to bake and maybe become known (like a little bakery) my mom says shell buy me the stuff for x-mas/birthdays, but I have to lean to also make gluten and dairy free desserts for her.

  • Ro youre sister molly is so Beautiful! youre beautiful too youre my favorite person to watch on YouTube i hope you have a good day ro even mo! ����❤����������❣����������

  • Actually, the “don’t over mix” is for baked goods with flour, I doubt it has anything to do with chocolate. Over mixing the flour with wet ingredients makes the flour develop a gluten net, which makes the batter become more dough-like, tough and chewy, which is usually something we don’t want in baked goods

  • woah, you can’t imagine how stressful and nerve-wracking it is to watch you!
    actually I just wanted a cool brownie recipe, and now I’m getting upset about some stupid Youtubers again

  • Love this brownie. It’s my husband’s favorite as well. I add coconut flour instead of Mill and less coconut oil. Still it’s so great. I add almost all the water from dates. Thank you

  • Mine just didn’t turn out like yours, they ended up really crumbly and not fudgy at all. I baked them for 22 minutes. They were still tasty, just not as rich and sticky as I’d like.

  • This looks delicious as always! So… after years of being vegan and watching and being inspired by my favorite vegan youtubers (including you of course!) my twin sister and I finally decided to start our own Vegan Cooking Channel! We’ve wanted to make videos for years but always gave ourselves excuses like: “We need professional lighting”, “Our kitchen isn’t nice enough”, “Our filming equipment isn’t good enough”… etc. But we finally just decided to hell with the excuses! The predicaments are never gonna be perfect and that’s ok! Because our first and foremost objective is to get our recipes out to the vegan community! And hopefully even curious meat eaters. Being vegan is our life and cooking/baking vegan is our passion. There’s been so many trials and errors and coming from an ethnic family there have been so many recipes that we couldn’t find veganized online so we had to make them ourselves. So we really just wanted to share our wisdom and love and passion with the community that we feel so belonged to. I apologize for the self promotion but we know how supportive the vegan community can be and we think that ultimately there’s no shame in reaching out for support. We are just super excited to start our journey and appreciate it if you check out our channel. We hope that whoever reads this comment has an amazing day, joyful holidays, and a happy life.
    �� The Vegan Twins

  • Jesus is coming!! We need to get ready by repenting of our sins like lying and stealing (those are examples) and trusting in jesus christ!! When he comes back we don’t want to be left behind!! Jesus loves you!!

  • American girl got mermaid tails that mach American girl dolls and you If you look on google Mermaid tails for your American girl and you

  • I’m going to try this for the Holiday of Rosh HaShana (Jewish New Year) here in Israel….so looking forward to this dessert, served with coconut whipped cream…I will let you know.

  • Can i use brown sugar instead of maple syrup? It’s hard to find maple syrup here in the Philippines. We only have the maple flavored pancake syrup can i use that?

  • Thank you for the recipe!! I made these last night for Valentine’s Day today, but the brownies came out too sweet. The texture was perfect though! I think next time I’ll use different chocolate rather than the milk chocolate/peanut butter baking chips I had on hand. I’d also reduce the amount of coconut sugar. I’m sure my recipients will appreciate the brownies, thanks again!

  • I substituted peanut butter and the brownies turned out good �� the batter was a slightly different consistency, but after cooking they were still fudgy.

  • I create to live. I believe the meaning of life is to live. This would mean that the purpose of life is to imagine and create. @LivB @CannonCanada

  • just want to say to everyone watching this: you can 100% trust everything this girl says. every single recipe of hers that i’ve made have turned out delicious!! ��

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  • Tbh I feel defeated after making these. I’ve never failed a recipe. I’m sure they are good but for me the taste of flax seeds kills it. I think there might be a problem with my flax seed and the taste of it is so prominent and disgusting that someone who hates tomatoes might put flax seed above it now. No one has tasted except for me in my fam and let’s see what they think. I just feel sad About all the chocolate I wasted which could have be used in hot chocolate and to fulfill my chocolate craving ��������.

  • We’ll have to check out this recipe, we just did our first hit or miss segment and may do this recipe as well. I’m sure it’ll be great! New to YT, check us out!

  • The brownies were pooling in butter, I feel like the butter was seperatd during the cooking process because the brownies were swimming in butter

  • This is how I make my no flour brownies( I made this recipe up and tested it great results��)

    Almond flour1 cup
    Cocoa powderhalf a cup
    Brown sugar1 cup
    Butter5tbsp
    Egg yolk-1
    Vanilla -couple dashes
    Baking powder-1 tsp

    Start by adding your dry ingredients to a bowl. Add vanilla until crummy texture. Slowly add your melted butter and whisk fast(or you can sue an electric mixer. Add your egg yolk. Baking powder and use spatula not wild or electric mixer.
    Place in butter pan or pan with parchment-paper and bake for 15 minutes and make sure it is fully cooked before taken out the oven. These are the best brownies ever and I’m 11 and made this recipe! Thanks for reading this hope you try it out��

  • hey hey:)
    i made your brownies, and it was YUMMEH:D
    i added some chopped dark chocolate chunks and buckwheat groats (i have buckwheat groats in my pantry and why not since we’re using buckwheat flour over here:D )
    omggg, guys, if you have raw buckwheat groats, you can just add it in and it taste amazing:D it imitates small nut chunks (without the nut allergy):)

  • I made my brownies and although they tasted really good they went stiff after cooling and were hard as a rock..idk what went wrong…

  • I wanna try chia seeds but they will soak up…..and what kind of vegan chocolate and butter brand so i can get it at walmart please help fellas

  • Well 2nd batch of brownies is in the oven feel like I made a few friends at the party because of them so thanks Dessi delicious treat! U, Bobby, Art & Paul & Dad were a lot of fun to meet��

  • Buckwheat flour tastes weird i tried the receipe and i did not like it but i believe everyone’s tastes are different.. thank you for the idea of recipe anyway

  • I MADE THESE! woww soo good! a couple of notes though:

    I used a mix of coconut oil and vegan butter because thats what i had on hand. I didnt use the full amount of fat the recipe called for and wow they were still really greasy! I imagine you could halve the amount of butter it calls for and you’d still have enough.

    Also did not use the full amount of sugar the recipe calls for and it was sweet enough. You could also get by with about 1/2 3/4 amount of sugar they required.

    Because i used a lot less oil, the batter was drier than how the video depicts it. So to substitute the rest i swapped in almond milk until it had the a wetter consistency. I used a little less than 1/4 cup of almond milk, but it’ll be dependent on the amount of fat you use.

    I ended up baking mine for about 15-20 minutes longer than this recipe stated and they were still really fudgy/gooey. When I initially took them out at 30 mins they were wayyy too soft—even after cooling for some time.

    Other random tidbit: you can taste the flax in some bites but it’s not a bad thingjust something to note and maybe let people know if you’re baking for others.

    All in all a very solid recipe! Just reduce the fat and I think you’ll be fine!!:)

  • I made these, they were really good, the have this really strong taste to butter (Which I like) I putted some almonds on top (which I think it needs something crunchy to contrast the softness of the brownie itself. I will say though that the chocolate once it’s cold down doesn’t drip like in the video

  • I keep forgetting vegan isn’t Keto gotta replace the sugar with a sweetener and flour with almond or coconut flour but this looked so good ��

  • These are very delicious and worth it, i made it and it is the best easy gluten free brownies I’ve tasted ( very recommended for chocolate lover’s)

  • Dear Tasty,

    I have always dreamt of making the most perfect brownies, but have never been successful… I have been searching for recipes all over but being a vegetarian has made it tough to crack this bit of fudgy brownies. And when I saw this video from you, I absolutely had to try it! I made it once and it turned out to be hard, but the next time I made it, I made sure I bake it for a lesser time and it turned out to be just perfect!
    I sincerely thank you for posting this video!!!! you don’t know how happy I am!

  • I tried this and I really feel fudge brownies need less than a teaspoon of baking powder. Mine turned out cakey. They tasted good no doubt about that

  • Hi! I just made this. For anyone interested, I followed the recipe step by step but since I don’t like coconut flavor I used coconut oil instead of the butter. The brownies didn’t came out as expected, the texture is very much like a sponge cake and they aren’t fudgy nor humid. Taste it’s ok but the buckweed has a distinctive texture as well. I will try another brownie recipe by Liv ����‍♀️

  • I love the vanilla powder. I don’t like the alcohol in the extract. The vanilla powder is so delicious and fragrant. Thanks for sharing.

  • Hey SweetTreats! I made this recipe yesterday and it turned out delicious. However mine is not as fudgy as I’d like, and the texture is not quite like the one in the video. The only thing I changed in the recipe was that I added 3 tsps of vanilla extract (hahah accidentally). What do you think is my mistake? ��

  • I’m so happy this is Gluten free
    I mean I’m not gluten free but I’m leaving my school in 4 days and I wanted to give my teachers something special and most of them were Gluten free
    I’M so happy I found this recipe

  • Might have been useful to say that some cocoa powder isn’t gluten free like the dr oerker one I bought and thankfully checked before serving!!!

  • I was looking for a gluten free option for my hubby and he loves brownies. I also needed something that would not spike his blood sugar. These were perfect. He loved the flavor and was very excited that he could eat brownies again. Definitely buying the book. Thank you so much for your video.

  • is no one going to talk about how she calls this recipe dairy free and she put chocolate chips in it not to be rude by the way just pointing it out

  • I have actually made these twice now, and THEY. ARE. AMAZING! They looked absolutely nothing like in the picture though. (different brands of different ingredients possibly?) Would 100% recommend! They taste exactly like box mix brownies.

  • These were really good! I used oat flour instead of buckwheat and it was totally fine. Super yummy, I even got my non vegan family members to eat them!

  • thank you for doing this recipe! my mom has celiac and it’s hard for her to enjoy gluten free things so i’ll definitely try this recipe out!!