Imagine fudgy paleo brownies made out of pumpkin, maple syrup, coconut flour and almond flour! These easy, healthful brownies are the ultimate fall treat.
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135 calories to get a BIG brownie it is possible to feel good about eating. Actual ingredients no unrefined sweeteners make these an ideal afternoon treat. Especially for the kiddos!
The pumpkin adds moisture, fiber & vitamin A towards the brownies! There is no pumpkin spice so there’s no room for pumpkin spice haters. To be honest, these brownies aren’t overly pumpkin-y either. If you want, you can add 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon towards the batter though!
Alright plenty of chatter. Let’s get baked with these pumpkin paleo brownies! I love these at room temperature using a BIG cup of almond milk. Remember when you spend $25 you obtain four Freebies! Simply use this link to get a free gifts!
4.7 from 6 reviews
Calories from fat: 135
Body fat: 8.2g
1/4 teaspoon salt
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Range a 8×8 inch skillet with parchment paper.
In a large bowl, mix together pumpkin puree, maple syrup, eggs, vanilla extract until smooth. Blend in the dry substances: almond flour, coconut flour, cocoa natural powder, salt, baking soda pop and baking natural powder until smooth. Collapse in 1/4 cup chocolate chips. Pour into ready pan and spread to the edges. Smooth top with a spatula. Bake for 20-25 moments until knife arrives clean. Brownies won’t look completely prepared but as soon as the knife comes out clean, they will be done. Cool on the wire rack for a quarter-hour.
Make the topping by melting chocolate potato chips and coconut oil in a little saucepan over very low temperature. Drizzle outrageous of the brownies then trim into 12 squares.
How to store: Brownies could be kept in room temperature in a container substitute for pigs feet 1 day. After that they should be kept in the refrigerator (they’re actually really good cold!).
TO MAKE VEGAN: You can test using a couple of flax eggs (2 tablespoons flaxseed meal + 6 tablespoons of drinking water mixed together). I believe it would work well, but please know I’ve not examined a vegan version.
Want to make these less sugary? Reduce the maple syrup to 1/4 glass! Instead of maple syrup, feel free to use coconut sugar or organic glucose. I would suggest using 1/2 cup. If you’re not vegan, you can use honey, although I find that honey can overpowers the cocoa flavor, so I would not recommend it.
Recipe by: Monique Volz // Ambitious Kitchen Picture taking by: Sarah Fennel
And these pumpkin brownies look amazing, I bet they are also Brownie Sweetheart Pleasers” :-p
My daughter is allergic to nuts… may i replace the almond flour with an all-purpose gluten free flour?