Decadent No-Bake Holiday Brownies

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As you can tell from the title, we are heading into the Holiday Season and we are giving you a head start!

I don’t know about anybody else, but since you know what came about people have become more health conscious and are looking for more ways to have their favourite treats, without the “bad ingredients”.  Today, I will be sharing one of my favourite sweet treats, a brownie that you don’t have to bake!

If you are interested in knowing how I will be doing all of this, keep reading as it will be quite interesting.

Decadent No-Bake Holiday Brownies

15 minute no bake brownie


  • Coconut Flour
  • Maple Syrup
  • Cocoa Powder
  • Almond Butter
  • Sweetener of your choice ( Honey or Liquid Stevia)
  • Pumpkin Puree


In a large mixing bowl, add your dry ingredients and mix well. In a microwave-safe bowl or stovetop, heat up your almond butter with your syrup until warm. When it is warm enough, you’ll be able to whisk them together.

Combine the dry and liquid ingredients and mix well. Add the liquid stevia or whatever sweetener of your choice as you continue to mix until the batter gets smooth.

Transfer the batter into the lined pan and spread out using a rubber spatula. Finally, refrigerate the brownies until they are firm, which usually takes around 30 minutes. If desired, add a simple chocolate frosting. If you have chocolate chips, you can melt those or just add them on top to create a nice chunky top layer. Add fun coloured sprinkles to give it that festive look, just in time for the holidays.

I know you are probably thinking all these ingredients kind of don’t go together, but it’s worth a shot! Trust me, I’m a super picky eater and rarely like anything and this was a pleasant surprise.  Below is a breakdown of the ingredients.

Coconut Flour

Ingredient Breakdown

Coconut flour a thick grain-free flour, that can be enjoyed without baking (in no bake desserts and snacks!). It does not have a strong coconut taste, and a small amount goes a very long way. 

The almond butter should be of the smooth/creamy variety. If your almond butter isn’t drippy, it will be hard to mix into the dough. You can easily substitute the almond butter for peanut butter or a nut-free option, like tahini or sunflower seed butter.

Maple syrup (or keto maple syrup) is my favorite liquid sweetener, and it not only provides sweetness, but also holds the bars together. You can also use agave nectar or honey- both are also refined sugar-free options. 

You can either use liquid stevia or a sugar-free granulated substitute (like monk fruit sweetener) provides extra sweetness. I prefer liquid stevia, as it ensures a smooth, fudgy texture. 

Pumpkin adds moisture and also replaces the need for any added fats. If you don’t follow a low carb or ketogenic diet, you can use mashed sweet potato or banana. 

Try this Recipe and let me know how you like it and how you were able to make it your own.

#Decadent No-Bake Holiday Brownies

#Decadent No-Bake Holiday Brownies

#Decadent No-Bake Holiday Brownies

#Decadent No-Bake Holiday Brownies

#Decadent No-Bake Holiday Brownies


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