These avocado chocolate brownies are the tastiest prune brownies you’ll ever eat! Plus, the avocado brownies are dairy free.
Looking for healthy dessert recipes? Sink your teeth into this gluten-free brownie with avocado. The moist prune brownies are dairy free and use no butter! You’ll love these chocolate prune brownies, I promise.
Wondering how to make brownies with cocoa powder that are gluten free? I can’t wait to hear what you think of these super moist brownies!
Why you must try these brownies
When I originally created this chocolate avocado brownies recipe, my husband, Lawrence, had recently started a gluten-free diet. He’s no longer following this diet, but I am, and so I welcome any scrumptious gluten-free desserts.
Before creating this brownie recipe, I’d never really delved into gluten-free baking before. Let’s just say my first few experiments with baking and making brownies were ultimate flops. Lawrence was nice enough to pretend to like them, though!
Now, years later, I consider this recipe to yield the best homemade brownies. I’ve served them to friends and family, and they loved this avocado brownie recipe! Now, read on to find out why the avocado walnut brownies are good for you.
Brownies that are nutritious? Yup, it’s possible, and these chocolate and prune brownies are just that. Here are the ingredients I used to make chocolate avocado brownies.
Prunes: Making brownies with prunes reduces the need for added sugar while adding bone-helping minerals. And prunes are gluten free.
Avocado: I’ve really gotten into cooking with avocados recently.The avocados replace any need for butter or coconut oil while providing heart-healthy fats.
Walnuts: The walnuts add a lovely crunch and add filling fiber to these gluten free chocolate brownies.
Unsweetened cocoa powder: This is one of my favorite ingredients, as it contains no added sugar and lots of health-helping polyphenols. Plus, the cocoa and prunes in the healthy avocado brownies make it so that you can’t taste the avocado.
You’ll also see that these easy avocado brownies have minimal added sugar, with no maple syrup, granulated sugar, brown sugar, or dark chocolate chips.
Eggs: The eggs bind everything together and add protein, as well!
Gluten-free flour: This recipe utilizes an all-purpose gluten-free flour, which makes the brownies gluten free.
Helpful kitchen tools
Enjoy these gluten-free avocado brownies! They’re made with love and heart-healthy ingredients.
These chocolate avocado brownies are easy to make, taking no more than 25 minutes to prep. Go ahead and grab your high-speed blender or food processor and a baking dish and get started!
Start b preheating the oven to 350° Fahrenheit. Puree prunes and water in food processor until well combined. Add in avocado, sugar, flour, cocoa powder, baking soda, vanilla extract, and eggs; puree until smooth.
Next, fold in ¾ cup walnuts, and pour batter into a 8-by-8 nonstick baking tray. Top with remaining walnuts, and bake for 22-25 minutes, until set. Cool and refrigerate before serving.
So next time you’re looking for a good brownie recipe that’s also gluten free, whip up these chocolate prune brownies!
They are not, but they are dairy free. To make this recipe vegan, you can substitute the eggs for flax eggs. To make a flax egg, combine 1 Tablespoon flaxseed meal with 2 ½ Tablespoons water. Stir, then let sit for 5 minutes.
Store the brownies in an air-tight container in the fridge for 3-5 days. You can also freeze them for up to a month.
More gluten-free recipes
Make these gluten-free chocolate brownies with prunes for someone you love! I can’t wait to hear how your loved ones are enjoying these chocolate avocado prune brownies.
Here are some more healthy gluten-free recipes to enjoy:
- Avocado Deviled Eggs Recipe
- Spiced Roasted Chickpeas
- Mediterranean Vegetable Salad with Fruit Dressing
- Vegan Chocolate Pudding
- Healthy Energy Bars
- Healthy Avocado Smoothie
- Pineapple Sangria with Rosemary Syrup
Gluten-Free Avocado Chocolate Brownies
- Preheat oven to 350° Fahrenheit.
- Puree prunes and water in food processor until well combined.
- Add in avocado, sugar, flour, cocoa powder, baking soda, vanilla extract, and eggs; puree until smooth.
- Fold in ¾ cup walnuts, and pour batter into a 8-by-8 nonstick baking tray.
- Top with remaining walnuts, and bake for 22-25 minutes, until set.
- Cool and refrigerate before serving.
Let me know how you enjoy these chocolate and prune brownies. Had you ever tried a prune brownie recipe before? What are your favorite gluten-free recipes?
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