Triple Chocolate Flourless Brownies

If you love chocolate this brownie is for you.

So dense and rich. And oh so good!

These are so good that my husband, who is not a huge chocolate fan, requested that I make them for his birthday a few weeks ago. And of course I willing made them because in my opinion you can never have too much chocolate.

Adapted from Martha Stewart

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  1. I have red plates exactly like that. Now I just need a brownie like that to put on the plate. Yum!

  2. I will have convert the sugar into something else. Maybe palm sugar or coconut sugar….will have to figure out the conversions on it. Thank you so much for the recipe!! Kids are beggin me to find a brownie recipe we all can eat. (we are Gluten Free, Grain free, primal, Low carb family!!)

    Holly

  3. @Jessica, primal is a way of eating where you eat lots of veggies, moderate amounts of fruits, meats, and healthy oils, and pretty much omit grains and sugar except for naturally occurring sweeteners like honey and maple syrup, but then you would not eat that very often. Oh, and you can eat dark chocolate! You can find more info on marksdailyapple.com where Mark Sisson (who is the author of The Primal Blueprint) has lots of information. I don’t agree with the whole evolutionary bit, but I do try to follow his recommendations for what to eat.

  4. I made these last night for friends who are gluten and lactose intolerant–I just switched the butter for 1/2 canola oil and 1/2 applesauce. They were SO delicious! I got rave reviews from everyone.

    • I am so glad to know that it worked dairy free! I am sure others will find that helpful. And thanks for letting me know how much you all enjoyed them.

    • Becca Gater says:

      I was just about to post about substituting for the butter. I will try coconut butter since solid fat isn’t necessary! They look so good!!!

  5. I made these brownies and they were very gooey. Are yours really gooey? or maybe I didn’t bake mine long enough? They were very good and we ate them all. Because they were gooey, they were really good with vanilla icecream.
    Love your site, I have used many of your recipes, thanks for all of your posts.

    • These are a little more gooey than say a box brownie, but not overly gooey. They were hard for us to pick up with our hands and eat like some brownies though, these were more of an eat with your fork type brownie. I would say bake them a little longer and see if that helps though.

  6. I found these to be super good but too gooey as well. I baked them for at least 70 minutes and they were still pretty gooey. I will definitely make them again with 1/2 C. oat flour for texture.

    • Sorry you had trouble with them. They are a gooey fudgey brownie and if that is not the texture you like a little flour would probably help.

  7. Can these be frozen? I made a bunch for a Valentine’s Party and have some left over. They are delicious! and perfect for my GF niece. thanks for a great recipe. Yes, they are gooey, but i was able to use a small heart cookie cutter and cut out hearts for the kids.

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