• María Fernanda López

German No Bake Brownies (Keto & Paleo)

So chocolate is probably one of the most versatile foods ever and also one of the most liked foods around the globe, although I have to admit that I know a few people that dislike chocolate... we ain't got time for that energy in our lives.


This recipe is for us people who appreciate chocolate, seek nourishing ingredients and like easy peasy recipes. You are going to love this recipe for several reasons and I'm not just talking about the great flavor because when it comes to healthy cooking and habits sustainability is key... so this recipe is extremely simple to make.



One of the best parts of this recipe, as I mentioned before is that it's super easy to make, healthy and at the same time indulgent. The rich brownie flavor along with those pecans and shredded coconut makes these little no bake brownies a great snack or afternoon dessert.



I used simple, gluten free and dairy free ingredients. So this is a recipe that can be eaten and enjoyed by everyone and get some gut love along the way since I incorporated some grass-fed beef gelatin.



Okay, so the brownie layer.

This bottom layer is just a keto and gluten free mix I used, this is a brand that I love and it's so convenient when it comes to baking. And as you can see you can do more recipes with this mix besides baked goods, I also used the same brand to sweet things up, granulated monk fruit.



This is my favorite sweetener for several reasons, one being super easy to use and that it doesn't have a weir after taste compared to other low carb sweeteners. And we have a discount to too! Use PURELYHL on your check out to get some dlls off your order... YAY!



Nutty top layer

So, german chocolate is known for pecans and coconuts, so of course, the top layer was all about this combo, along with that grass-fed beef gelatin too keep things everything together as well without the need of using syrups, or other sugars.



For all of this recipe you'll need

Easiest german brownies ever!

  1. Mix the ingredients for the chocolate layer in a large bowl.

  2. Pour the mix into twelve silicone muffins cups and press it down carefully.

  3. Mix the ingredients for the coconut and pecan layer and repeat the last step.

  4. Freezer or refrigerate for 3-4 hours.

  5. Serve and enjoy!



You can keep these inside the freezer, great for meal prep and ready to attack whenever you like! I really enjoyed their soft textures once I took them out of the freezer a few minutes, that's also the power of the beef gelatin... it's just amazing.



The combination of the layers is also super epic... definitely a must try and a great recipe to try no matter your cooking skills. I promise that this is fail proof and delicious.



So would you join my coconut + chocolate obsession? Don't forget to share, pin, save or bookmark this recipe! Remember to spread the joy and this recipe, anyways, have a great day everyone!


With love,

María



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German No Bake Brownies

By María Fernanda López

Serves 12


Ingredients

Chocolate Base

  • 1 brownie baking mix

  • 2 tbsp of beef gelatin

  • 3/4 cup of warm water or almond milk

Coconut Pecan Layer

  • 1/3 cup of granulated monk fruit ("PURELYHL for discount")

  • 1/2 cup (75g) of shredded coconut

  • 2/3 cup (75g) of raw pecans

  • 1/2 cup of warm water

  • 2 tbsp of beef gelatin



Method

  1. Mix the ingredients for the chocolate layer in a large bowl.

  2. Pour the mix into twelve silicone muffins cups and press it down carefully.

  3. Mix the ingredients for the coconut and pecan layer and repeat the last step.

  4. Freezer or refrigerate for 3-4 hours.

  5. Serve and enjoy!

Nutritional Information per serving (173 kcal)

Fat: 13.7g

Carbs: 15g

Fiber: 6.3g

Net Carbs: 8.7g

Protein: 6.6g





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