15 Delicious Keto Brownie Ideas

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What are the first words that come to you when you think of brownies? Decadent. Chocolatey. Yummy.

Yes, brownies are all of those things. But one thing that brownies have in common is carbs; lots of carbs.

That’s because of all the sugar and flour. But, what if you could have your cake, ahem, brownies, and eat them too?

Well, now you can! Today I am sharing keto brownies that not only taste great but are good for you too.

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1. Best Keto Brownies

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Do you love fudge? Then you’re in for a treat with these brownies.

They’re fudgy and moist and just plain delicious. I bet you can’t stop at only one.

And you don’t have too! They are low in calories and have only 2 grams of net carbs.

So, you can have two even if you’re trying to lose weight. And not feel guilty.

To keep them low carb, you’ll be using almond flour and Lupin flour, two low carb flours.

If you haven’t heard of lupin flour, it is an excellent flour for low carb baking.

Not only is it low in net carbs, but it is also high in protein and fiber. So, it leaves you feeling full. To give it a try, you can get some here.

So grab a brownie, or two, and cozy up with a warm cup of coffee or tea. Stock up on almond flour here, if you’re on a low carb diet, you’ll need it.

Check out more of ketogenic desserts.

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 111
  • Fats: 10g
  • Net Carbs: 2g
  • Protein: 3g

Recipe

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2. Chocolate Pecan Brownie

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Do you love pecans? Then, these are the brownies for you.

They are chock full of pecans. Pecans are not only delicious but good for you too.

That is because they contain monounsaturated fats. These not only help you stay in ketosis but are good for your heart too.

They are also an excellent source of manganese, which you need for healthy bones.

These brownies are also fudgy. And the crunchy pecans provide a nice balance to the smooth chocolate.

Since these brownies contain a whopping 24 grams of fat, they make for a pretty tasty ketogenic fat bomb.

To keep them low carb, you use coconut flour. In addition to being low carb, coconut flour is an excellent source of iron, which you need to keep your energy levels up.

It also contains medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs), which are fats that can boost your ketosis. If you’re planning to do more low carb baking, it is a good idea to have some on hand. You can stock up on some here.

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 275
  • Fats: 24g
  • Net Carbs: 6g
  • Protein: 4g

Recipe

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3. Flaxseed Chocolate Brownie

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Are you looking for a healthier alternative to your traditional chocolate brownie? Then, give these a try.

They are moist and chewy and have a sweet chocolate flavor. But, what truly puts these brownies over the top is the ground flaxseed. It adds a lovely buttery texture to the brownies.

Flaxseed is also good for you. Flaxseed is an excellent source of brain-boosting Omega-3s.

They also lower your blood pressure and contain lignans, which may help reduce your chance of cancer.

Besides using flaxseed in your baking, you can also use it to thicken up your smoothies or even Greek yogurt. You can get some here.

These brownies are great just the way they are, but if you like, you can add walnuts or even raspberries to them. Yum!

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 266
  • Fats: 23g
  • Net Carbs: 4g
  • Protein: 8g

Recipe

4. Caramel Swirl Brownies

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What is better than chocolate or caramel? Chocolate and caramel combined in a tasty brownie!

These brownies are just plain decadent and have the perfect combination of chocolate and caramel.

And they are super soft and chewy. No breaking your teeth eating these brownies.

They’re also pretty low calorie, as well as being low in net carbs. So, they definitely won’t ruin your diet if you have more than just one.

To keep them low carb, you’ll be using almond flour. Almond flour is a great low carb flour that is also an excellent source of vitamin E, which you need for glowing skin.

Besides using almond flour in your baking, you can use it to bread meat, make low carb pancakes, and even thicken stews. If you would like to try some almond flour, you can get some here.

This recipe also calls for some gelatin. Gelatin helps make the brownies chewy and soft.

It is also great for your hair and nails…don’t we all want stronger hair and nails. So make sure you have some gelatin on hand.

Check out more ketogenic almond flour recipes here!

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 101
  • Fats: 9g
  • Net Carbs: 1.5g
  • Protein: 3g

Recipe

5. Keto Mint Brownies

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I am a big fan of the classics, as I am sure many of you are too. So, if you are looking for classic comfort food, ahem, brownies, then you’ll love these brownies too.

These brownies are a delicious pairing of deep, mellow chocolate, and spicy wake me up peppermint.

They are the perfect brownie for winter. You know, those cold days when you just want to huddle up by the fire and read a good book.

And making them is a breeze. It only takes 15 minutes.

So, before you know it, you’ll be sitting by the fire, enjoying one of these with a nice cup of tea or coffee.

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 215
  • Fats: 21g
  • Net Carbs: 6g
  • Protein: 3g

Recipe

6. Easy Cheesecake Brownies

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Not sure whether to have cheesecake or brownies? With these brownies, you don’t need to choose!

These brownies have a moist, chocolatey brownie layer, followed by a luxurious cheesecake layer, topped with another wet, chocolatey brownie layer. It is a party in your mouth.

You won’t believe they’re keto. But they are!

Topped with a cute strawberry, they are the perfect treat for Valentine’s night. Or frankly any date night at all.

Check out more ketogenic cheesecake recipes here.

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 263
  • Fats: 22g
  • Net Carbs: 4g
  • Protein: 6g

Recipe

7. Keto Vegan Pumpkin Brownie

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Are you vegan or merely trying to eat more plant-based? Then, definitely give these brownies a try!

Yes, the Thanksgiving season may be over. But with winter upon us, it’s nice to have a brownie that warms your heart.

These brownies are chocolatey and fudgy. The pumpkin icing puts these brownies over the top.

The white chocolate and pumpkin puree pair wonderfully. And the hint of pumpkin spice is sure to warm up your belly.

To keep them vegan and low carb, you use almond butter instead of butter.

They are perfect for sharing at Thanksgiving, or any season at all. Enjoy!

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 62.7
  • Fats: 4.7g
  • Net Carbs: 2.3g
  • Protein: 1.8g

Recipe

8. Low Carb Brownie Recipe

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Are you looking for a brownie that is low in calories but big on taste? Then, give these brownies a try.

They have a delicious chocolate flavor, along with a dose of expresso. So, they are sure to wake you up.

As a bonus, they are not too sweet. Perfect if you prefer fewer sweets.

But, best of all, they only contain 101 calories. So, you can eat a couple, and still not blow your diet.

To keep these brownies low carb, you use powdered erythritol and Stevia glycerite to sweeten them.

Unlike stevia, stevia glycerite has no bitter after taste. So, it is an excellent alternative to stevia if you don’t like aftertaste.

And just like stevia, you can use it for baking and to sweeten your coffee or tea. If you’d like to give it a try, you can find some here.

You can eat these low carb brownies on their own. Or if you’re a hardcore coffee lover, feel free to have them with a cup of espresso.

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 101
  • Fats: 9g
  • Net Carbs: 2g
  • Protein: 2g

Recipe

9. Keto Coconut Flour Brownies

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Can’t get enough chocolate? These brownies are for you.

These brownies are a chocolate lover’s delight. Not only are they nice and moist, but they are also packed with chocolate flavor.

And the optional keto chocolate syrup drizzle adds an extra layer of chocolate flavor. Keto chocolate syrup can be hard to find at your local grocery store, but you can find some here.

When making these treats, also make sure to use xanthan gum. You need it so that your brownies are nice and moist and not crumbly. You can find some here.

And to add more texture to them, feel free to add some chopped walnuts or pecans.

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 212
  • Fats: 20g
  • Net Carbs: 2g
  • Protein: 4g

Recipe

10. Keto Brownie Fries

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Keto brownie fries? Yes, you read that, right!

These are brownies shaped like fries. Brownies and fries; the two things you should definitely not eat on a keto diet…or so you thought.

These fries definitely taste like brownies. They are tender and fudgy and packed with chocolate flavor. Topped with a light dusting of powdered erythritol. You can get some here.

To make these fries, you simply flatten your batter with a rolling pin. And then, cut your batter into strips. Then, bake for 10 minutes.

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 109
  • Fats: 8g
  • Net Carbs: 2g
  • Protein: 7g

Recipe

11. Velvety Brownie Bites

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Don’t have an oven, or just don’t want to bake? These brownie bites for you.

They are soft and moist and chocolatey and are sure to satisfy your brownie cravings. They are that good.

And since they are only 68 calories, you can pop one or two…okay, three in your mouth.

To keep these low carb, you use powdered erythritol. Erythritol is one of the best sweeteners on the market right now.

It won’t spike your blood sugar. And unlike some other sweeteners on the market, it doesn’t have a bitter after taste. You can find some here.

These bites also store well in your fridge for up to 4 days. To keep them nice and fresh, just make sure to cover them with some plastic wrap.

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 68
  • Fats: 6g
  • Net Carbs: 0.5g
  • Protein: 2.5g

Recipe

12. Chocolate Cherry Brownies

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Chocolate brownies are the best. But, sometimes you want something a little bit different.

These brownies are soft and gooey. And they are oozing with chocolate and cherry goodness.

To give them that extra chocolate flavor, you use cocoa powder, baking chocolate, and chocolate chips. Just make sure that they are unsweetened to keep it keto.

As a bonus, these brownies contain no flour at all. So, they are great if you’ve run out of low-carb flour, but want to eat a fudgy treat.

And if you’re vegan, that’s no problem. Just replace the eggs with your favorite egg substitute.

Serve with some coffee or tea. Or if you are a chocoholic, some keto hot chocolate.

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 159
  • Fats: 15g
  • Net Carbs: 3g
  • Protein: 4g

Recipe

13. Keto Turtle Brownies

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Do you love those chocolate-dipped candies with pecans and caramel, also known as “Turtles”? Then, you’re in for a treat!

These are chocolate brownies topped with caramel sauce and pecans and finished off with a chocolate drizzle.

They are as beautiful to eat, as they are to look at. The rich dark chocolate pairs well with the golden brown caramel.

The crunchy pecans complement the soft, moist texture of the brownies.

To make them low carb, you will need an allulose based sweetener. Allulose based sweeteners dissolve better than other sweeteners such as erythritol and monk fruit powder.

As a result, your caramel will be more like a traditional caramel. It will also be gooey and chewy.

Allulose has zero net carbs, and unlike some other sweeteners, it is easier on your stomach. You can find some allulose here.

And it only takes 35 minutes to make 16 of these brownies. So, they’re the perfect dessert to serve your dinner guests…they will never know they’re keto.

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 190
  • Fats: 17g
  • Net Carbs: 1g
  • Protein: 4g

Recipe

14. Snickers Brownies

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Snickers are oh so good. But, they are drowning in carbs…

Just one bar contains more than 33 grams of net carbs. That’s almost double your daily net carbs limit.

So, what do you do when you’re craving Snickers? Have these instead.

These brownies have a lot of the flavors you would find in a Snickers bar. You have a chocolate brownie base, topped with a soft peanut butter fudge layer, and finally, a chocolate glaze on top.

And unlike Snickers bars, they are not loaded with carbs. Since they are also packed with fat, as well as some fiber, they will keep you full…and away from the Snickers bars.

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 248
  • Fats: 22g
  • Net Carbs: 3.4g
  • Protein: 6g

Recipe

15. Pecan Praline Brownies

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Are you a fan of pecans? Then, you’ll love these pecan praline brownies.

They are amazing. You have a fudgy layer containing dark chocolate chips topped with a layer of pecan praline.

And since they are so decadent and filling, you can stop at just one. But you don’t have to since they are so low in calories and net carbs.

Making them is pretty simple. All you have to do is melt your chocolate and butter, then add your remaining ingredients, stir and bake…it’s that easy.

Even better, with one batch, you get 24 brownies. So, they’re perfect for meal prep or for potlucks.

Not a fan of pecans? That’s okay. Feel free to swap the pecans for other nuts instead.

Per Serving:

  • Calories: 123
  • Fats: 12g
  • Net Carbs: 2g
  • Protein: 2g

Recipe

Conclusion

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