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Healthy Brownie Bites – Just 5 Ingredients!

Healthy Brownie Bites -Just 5 Ingredients! (Raw, Vegan, Paleo, Gluten Free)  Primally Inspired

Healthy Brownie Bites

This healthy brownie bites recipe is a recipe that you will just love! With just 5 easy ingredients, it’s quick, simple and absolutely delicious! 

 

Healthy Brownie Bites (Vegan, Paleo, Gluten Free, Raw)  Primally Inspired

 

Packed with protein, good fats and fiber, they make the perfect healthy little snack when you just want something sweet and chocolate-y.  Ladies, you know what I’m talking about!  

 

They are so decadent, rich and chocolate-y that just one little brownie bite is all you need to satisfy that chocolate craving! They really do taste like a brownie!

 

Healthy Brownie Bites 5 Ingredient!  Primally Inspired (Raw, Paleo, Gluten Free, Vegan)

 

As always, I love when you play around with my recipes to make them your own creations. Get creative, have a little fun and see what yumminess you can come up with! I’ve added some orange zest to these before and wow is it good. I think mint would be absolutely divine, too.  And I may or may not have dipped these in peanut butter 😉 Just sayin’!

 

Ok, that’s all for today. Have fun with this recipe! I think you’ll fall in love with these at first bite. And don’t forget to leave me a comment – I always love hearing from you. And if you play around with the recipe, let us know your favorite additions so we can all try it, too!

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Healthy Brownie Bites -Just 5 Ingredients! (Raw, Vegan, Paleo, Gluten Free)  Primally Inspired

Healthy Brownie Bites Recipe:

Healthy Brownie Bites - Just 5 Ingredients!
 
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Serves: about 15 brownie bites
 
Healthy Brownie Bites that are super simple to make and just 5 easy ingredients! Raw, Vegan, Paleo, Gluten Free and absolutely DELICIOUS! So quick & easy and a healthy treat that you can feel good about eating!
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Place all ingredients in a blender or food processor and process until everything is finely chopped and clumped together.
  2. Form into balls and refrigerate. You can eat them right away, but I think they are best eaten chilled, right out of the fridge 🙂 Enjoy!
Notes
Even if the mixture looks a bit dry or crumbly, it should still be able to easily form balls once you press the mixture together and roll it out with your hands. If you are still having a hard time, try blending in a teaspoon or two of water. That will make it form and stick together easier. Adding water has never been necessary for me, but just thought I'd add that little tip in case anyone had a problem 🙂 Enjoy!
 

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26 comments

  1. I LOVE coconut, but my family does not. What could I substitute?

  2. I bet these would be great with a dash of cayenne. Yum!

  3. Do you think these would freeze okay? I am gearing up for having a baby and trying to freeze stuff for the first few weeks!

  4. I can not have dates (food sensitivity) is there anything else I could use instead?

    • Primally Inspired

      Hi Anna, what about figs? I think that would be a great substitute if you can have them! You probably wouldn’t need as many since figs are bigger. I would do about 8 figs for this recipe and see if that works. If the mixture isn’t sticking together well, add 1-2 more at a time until it comes together.

  5. Has anyone tried to add a protein powder to these?

  6. Hi! How are you? It’s Liz “Nourish Me Primally” 🙂 these look lovely! How would you compare their sweetness to Lara Bars?
    Thank you! ❤️

  7. These look scrummy and I will make some today. I make a date ball which is similar but I add coconut oil to the mixture, which helps to bind them. I also soak the dates in a little hot water for 10 minutes first and this also makes the mixture more binding I think. I love the idea of a dash of cayenne!! Thank you for the recipe
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  8. Simple and very healthy!

  9. Hi, these are amazing! I made them up but I did have problems with them binding (I think the dates I got were too dry, but I thought… these are way to good to throw away, so I found a vegan version of a chocolate cream pie, and as I do not care for traditional crust, I used these for my crust, I took it to my church potluck and I had so many people coming up to me wanting the recipe. Thanks so much for sharing!

  10. This is a delicious combination of flavors and textures. I followed your recipe exactly, and added finely grated zest of an orange. I love chocolate and orange together. So it worked !
    Thanks for the great recipe.

  11. AMAZING RECIPE! Thank you so much. My 2-year-old and I made these today and they are so delicious. It is a very quick and kid-friendly recipe. Maybe next time we will try and add a little cinnamon, that could be good too 🙂

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