Keto Brownies

5 Stars (4 Reviews) 20 Comments

These easy-to-make keto brownies are gooey, fudgy, chewy, and taste just like regular brownies without sugar and carbs or using almond flour or coconut flour! Each brownie only has 2g net carbs. Even those who aren't keto will be asking for more.

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Keto Brownies Ingredients

Keto Brownies Directions

  • Keto Brownies
  • Low Carb Brownie Recipe

    look inside a fudge keto brownie

    These keto brownies are chewy, fudgy, and perfect for anyone with a nut allergy. For this nut-free recipe, we use inulin powder, protein powder, egg white powder, and xanthan gum. Our nut-free brownies are also the ultimate keto brownies since they do not contain any sugar and the amount of carbs is minimized. There are only 2 g net carbs for a large brownie square! Even though these brownies are nut-free and keto, they will be a crowd favorite and taste just like regular brownies. They are super easy to make too!

    three brownies stacked with parchment paper in between

    Nut Free

    This recipe for keto brownies is perfect for anyone with nut sensitivities since it does not use any type of nut flour. Even those sensitive or who don’t care for coconut flour flavor can enjoy these bars as they don’t contain coconut flour either.

    By not using nut flour, there are even fewer carbs in this keto brownie. In fact, in each brownie, there are only 2g net carbs. Instead of nut flours, our recipe uses a combination of inulin powder and protein powder.

    Inulin powder is an excellent powder for keto since it is a prebiotic fiber-based flour with zero net carbs. Even though inulin is technically a carb, it is tough for the body to digest, and the energy used to digest the carb is equal to the amount in inulin. Other health benefits of inulin that are beneficial to a keto diet include curbing hunger and regulating blood sugar.

    Although keto brownies made from nut flours tend to be dry, our combination of inulin powder and protein powder makes these keto brownies chewy and fudgy. Just like a regular brownie! Another benefit of using inulin and protein powder is for these keto brownies is that they also keep longer than nut flour brownies.

    Sugar Free Brownies

    For this brownie recipe gooey with chocolate, we melted sugar-free chocolate for the brownie batter. Our favorite sugar-free chocolate is ChocZero since it is both sugar-free and sugar-alcohol-free. You can use my affiliate code, KETOFOCUS to save 10% off your order.

    To melt the chocolate, we added our sugar free chocolate chips into a microwave-safe bowl and microwaved it at 30-second intervals. We then stirred the chocolate in between each interval until it was completely melted.

    If you do not want to use the microwave, you can also use the double boiler method to melt the chocolate. The double boiler method requires a double boiler, which is a common baking tool that uses two pots on top of each other to melt chocolate or make sauces. In a double boiler, the pot on the bottom is usually made of metal and contains water. The pot on top is typically made of glass and uses the steam from the bottom to heat the chocolate. The double boiler method will allow you to carefully control the amount of heat used to melt the chocolate to prevent burning.

    keto brownies cooling on a wire rack


    Store these keto brownies for up to 5 days at room temperature or the refrigerator. You don’t have to worry about these brownies drying out like traditional low carb brownies made with almond flour or coconut flour, which tend to dry out over time.

    Other Keto Brownie Recipes

    Some other keto brownie recipes you should try next, especially if you don’t have the right ingredients on hand are these:

    Nutritional information & Macros

    Nutrition Information

    Keto Brownies

    Servings: 9

    Amount Per Serving
    Calories 183
    Fat 16.1g
    Protein 4.6g
    Total Carbs 13.3g
    Net Carbs 2g

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      1. Just came across this recipe. Sounds like a winner so want to try it. Just have a question: can I use cocoa powder and a little stevia as the sweetener in place of the whole bag of chocolate chips. I find that many chocolate chips and sweetener mess with my stomach. Thank you so much for your advice on this possible substitution.

        1. I haven’t tried that substitution. It might work though. Just add until you get the right level of chocolate flavor and sweetness.

    1. Absolutely perfect squidgy texture. Lovely rich chocolate flavour (85% dark chocolate) just right for my diabetic mum.

      1. I haven’t tried that in this recipe. I would think it would work the same. If you try it, let me know so I can update this recipe post.

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