Sunday, June 14, 2020

Mini Brownie Bites with Vanilla Bean Greek Yogurt and Berries (gf)

Happy quaternary of July weekend! Are you guys prepare for close to downwards fourth dimension in addition to relaxation alongside friends too family? I sure am. I also cannot believe it’second July already. Like what?! I know its then platitude simply fourth dimension seriously is flight similar no other.

In example yous’re inwards need of a concluding infinitesimal dessert to convey to a political party or to serve to your own guests, these are PERFECT in addition to delicious niggling seize with teeth size healthier treats. They’re gluten gratuitous, grain gratis, refined carbohydrate free, and yous’d nevvver know. I swear! They’re and so fudgy, rich too full of dark chocolate flavor. You’ll LOVE them. Plus they’re and then cute and festive.

The other thing that MAKES these seize with teeth size beauties is the vanilla edible bean greek yogurt topping. I am obsessed amongst everything vanilla bean, too it’second the best compliment to the rich chocolate and fresh berries. SO then delish.
If y'all want to make these advance, just go on them in the refrigerator and so that the Greek yogurt stays chilled. You tin likewise go on the Greek yogurt topping in addition to brownies separate, too assemble in addition to decorate once ready to serve. Up to you lot!

That’second the beauty of this low maintenance dessert. And they’re and then pretty! Everyone will dearest y'all.


Mini Brownie Bites alongside Vanilla Bean Greek Yogurt as well as Berries (gf)



Prep Time twenty minutes

Cook Time thirty minutes

Total Time l minutes

Servings 16

Calories 146 kcal

Author Molly (Spices in My deoxyribonucleic acid)


  • For the BROWNIES:

  • ane/2
    almond meal/flour

  • i/2
    cocoa pulverization

  • one/3
    coconut carbohydrate

  • i/4
    table salt

  • three.ii
    nighttime chocolate, chopped

  • ane/four
    coconut rock oil, melted and slightly cooled

  • ane/four
    agave or maple syrup

  • two
    large eggs + 1 large egg yolk

  • ii

  • 1/4
    mini chocolate chips, I role Enjoy Life brand, they're vegan + dairy and gluten gratuitous

  • For the TOPPING:

  • one/two
    plain Greek yogurt (I used nonfat but 2% or whole could live even creamier)

  • seeds from i vanilla edible bean

  • i
    agave, love, or maple syrup

  • sliced strawberries

  • blueberries


  1. Preheat oven to 350℉. Line a 8x8 foursquare baking pan amongst foil. Spray alongside coconut rock oil. Set aside. In a medium bowl, combine almond flour, cocoa pulverization, together with salt. Whisk to combine. Set aside.

  2. Add chopped nighttime chocolate to a small-scale bowl and oestrus in the microwave in thirty minute increments until melted, stirring in between. It should entirely take a infinitesimal or infinitesimal too a half. Set aside.

  3. Add eggs in addition to egg yolk to some other medium bowl, and whisk inward coconut carbohydrate until thoroughly combined. Add vanilla extract in addition to agave. Whisk again to combine. Add coconut crude oil to melted chocolate, so pour it into egg together with kokosnoot saccharide mixture. Whisk to combine.

  4. Add the dry out ingredients into the moisture, folding until combined. Fold in mini chocolate chips. Pour batter into dish and bake for 25-30 minutes, until elevation is fix and a toothpick comes out make clean.

  5. While brownies are baking, make the yogurt topping. In a small bowl, whisk together the yogurt, vanilla edible bean seeds, and agave. Store inwards fridge until brownies are done cooling. Once brownies are completely cool, cut into 16 squares. Top amongst a dollop of yogurt together with decorate alongside berries.

Recipe Notes

*Nutrition information is calculated without yogurt topping and berries.

Nutrition Facts

Mini Brownie Bites alongside Vanilla Bean Greek Yogurt too Berries (gf)

Amount Per Serving (1 g)

Calories 146
Calories from Fat 90

% Daily Value*

Fat 10gfifteen%
Sodium 47mgii%
Carbohydrates 13giv%
Sugar 9gx%
Protein 3ghalf-dozen%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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