I love chocolate! I think nothing is better than chocolate cake or rich brownies! If you agree with me you will love today’s recipe!
Can you imagine something super delicious, sweet, rich and still with fewer calories so you can fully enjoy it with no regrets? And what If I would tell you that the main ingredient is chocolate? … I know unbelievable! 🙂
I was searching perfect brownies for ages and trust me, you can find so many delicious recipes online or in the cookbooks, but I wanted only one recipe which will be sugar-free, healthier, and with fewer calories.
If you would check the calories of the classic brownies recipe, you could get something around 400 kcal and even more. This recipe is without using flour and sugar and it’s part of the clean diet.
Let’s have a talk about chocolate! I am sure you are the same chocolate lover as I am.
I just love all different kinds of chocolates …. white, milk, dark, with lentils, pralines, truffles, etc … there is nothing better than chocolate and If I can enjoy it without regrets I will love it even more. Well, be honest milk or lentil’s chocolate are not the best option for our health and possibly there are zero benefits for us, but if you choose quality dark chocolate, your body can get really good minerals, fiber, and vitamins.
Did you know that chocolate is also antioxidant and even better than berries or other fruits? … Dark chocolate can lower the risk of heart attack and it’s really good for our brain. Not only because it’s making us happier but also because it’s increasing the blood flow.
How to storage brownies
It’s very easy as you can always make brownies in advance. You can keep your brownies in the container at room temperature or in the fridge.
They are the best eaten within two days, but if you wish to keep some for a later, I recommend leaving them in the freezer. You can always unfreeze them and enjoy them.
Healthy and low calories brownies
- 170 ml Greek yoghurt
- 1 Egg
- 60 ml Non-diary milk I used unsweeted Almonf milk
- 120 g Dark cocoa powder
- 120 g Rolled oats
- 120 g Xylitol Use any types of sweeteners
- 1 tsp Baking powder
- Extra chocolate I used chocolate drops from Cocoa Amore
- Preheat the oven to 200°/400 F and grease the baking dish.
- Gently mix all ingredients together (or use the blender, food processor) and pour it into the baking dish and bake for 20 minutes or until it's done. Let it cool it down.
- Cut into the squares. Serve!
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