Delighted to share with you this low fructose sugarfree chocolate brownie recipe, kindly contributed by The Sugarfree Siblings.
Replacing sugar with a natural version (like a banana) is a great step to eating less of the refined stuff and the fact that each of these sugarfree chocolate brownies is just sweetened with 1/4 of a banana means they are also going to hit the chocolate spot without a natural sweetness overload.
Sugarfree chocolate brownie recipe
Recipe & images by the Sugarfree Siblings
- 1 banana
- 4 tbsp coconut cream
- 2 tbsp almond butter (any type of Nut Butter really!)
- 2tsp chia seeds
- 70g 100%* dark chocolate
*FYI (Madecasse, Willies Cacao & Pacari Raw Chocolate are good options available from Wholefoods / Planet Organic / Amazon. Or try a Lindt 99% bar – which isn’t quite as good but still a great option!
- Melt the Coconut Cream by putting the bag in a bowl of hot water.
- Meanwhile, in a mixing bowl mash the banana thoroughly with a fork and add the coconut cream when melted.
- Fold in the almond butter & chia Seeds and combine.
- Add the chocolate to a saucepan and on the lowest heat, melt it before adding to the rest of your ingredients and stir well
- Pop the mixture in a small, lined baking tray/vessel and leave to set in the fridge for min. 2 hours.
- Optional to serve with a couple of cherries & a little sugar-free or low sugar ice cream
The Sugarfree Siblings are a two sisters from Scotland obsessed with cooking and nourishing sugar-free and low fructose. With a host of delicious healthy recipes on their website, you’ll find lots of lovely things to keep your taste buds savoury and less sweet. You can also follow them on Instagram and Twitter.