Delicious Brownies Without The Nasty Sugar And Fat!

Healthy Brownie Recipe

Don’t skip on your favourite desert when you can make it healthy!

Brownies are a long-time favourite for many people however one food that often gets cut out of most diet plans.

Brownies are typically high in sugar, high in fat, and high in calories.

All of which you want to avoid to achieve your ideal body shape.

Fortunately, this recipe changes that all.

It uses chocolate protein powder to give the chocolate taste that you love while providing the amino acids that your body needs.

We’ve also replaced conventional highly refined flour with some coconut flour as well, which will give this recipe a great fibre boost at the same time. 

The whole eggs have also been replaced with egg whites, lowering the fat content even further.

Finally, to ice the brownies, you’ll be using natural peanut butter, which is an excellent source of healthy fats.

Whip a batch of these up next time you have a craving.

Recipe Snapshot:
Sugar Free – No
Gluten Free –Yes
Dairy Free – No
Grain Free – Yes
Protein – High
Carbs – Low
Fats – Moderate

Protein Peanut Butter Brownies

4 tbsp. of coconut flour
¼ cup of whey protein powder
¾ cup of liquid egg whites
3 tbsp. of cocoa powder
½ tbsp. of vanilla stevia (or your sweetener of choice)
½ cup of almond milk

½ cup peanut butter
1 scoop vanilla casein (or regular whey plus ½ tbsp. coconut flour will work as well)
almond milk (as needed to get icing to desired consistency)

Blend together all ingredients in the brownies and then bake at 170C for 30-40 minutes or until toothpick comes out clean.

Combine icing ingredients and then smear over top until ready to serve.