Beetroot and Chocolate Brownies

Beetroot and Chocolate Brownies

Beetroot and chocolate. A classic yet still unusual combination for many.

I confess I have many brownie recipes, but this one is on the top 2 of all of them.

It is rich, decadent, chocolaty but with the earthy tones of the cooked beetroot, that makes it moist and delicate at the same time.

It is slightly higher in carbs, due to the natural sugar content of the beets, but still low carb. And delicious.

I came up with this recipe after making my roasted beetroot soup as I had some beets left.

So I though why not turn these into beetroot and chocolate brownies?

And as usual I started adding ingredients, and the final result could not be better.

It is a winner ladies and gentlemen. Try it and let me know.


Beetroot and Chocolate Brownies


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  • GF
  • DF
These brownies are one of the best I make. Gooey, moist, with a subtle earthy taste from the beetroot
  • Difficulty:Easy
  • Prep Time:30 mins
  • Cook Time:40 mins
  • Serves:12
  • Freezable:Yes

Nutrition per portion

  • 250g cooked and finely grated beetroot
  • 5 eggs (250g)
  • 155g almond flour
  • 65g cocoa powder
  • 75g xylitol
  • 55g olive oil
  • 65g chopped dark chocolate
  • 1/2 tbsp gluten free baking powder
  • Pre heat the oven to 180ºC
  • Oil a brownie pan and line with baking paper
  • Beat the eggs with the xylitol well until creamy
  • Add the olive oil and beat well
  • Add the almond flour and cocoa powder and beat well until combined
  • Add the beetroot and baking powder and gently mix until combined
  • Add the chopped chocolate and mix to distribute it well
  • Bake for 40min or until set

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One comment

  1. ywarnick

    Woohoo! X


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