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Avocado Brownies Recipe | Super Fudgey

Avocado Brownies Recipe | Super Fudgey
Jennifer Blow
Editor & Qualified Nutritionist7 years ago
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Avocado brownies will be your go-to healthy brownie recipe.

Yep, turns out you can add avocado to get ultra-fudgy, gooey avocado brownies. Because the flavour of avocado is so mild you won’t be able to taste it, but instead, it gives a rich creaminess only paralleled by dollops of unhealthy butter.

Game changer!

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avocado brownies


Makes: 9 avocado brownie squares


  • 1 large ripe avocado (approx. 200g, flesh only)
  • 1 tbsp. water
  • 50g Coconut Sugar (or sweetener of choice)
  • 85g cacao powder (sieved)
  • 1 tsp. baking soda
  • 100ml Sugar-free Syrup (Butterscotch flavour, or you can use your favourite flavour), plus extra to drizzle
  • 4 medium egg whites
  • 50g good quality dark chocolate


1. Preheat oven to 190?C or for fan-assisted 180?C.

2. Blend avocado, water, sugar, cacao powder, baking soda and syrup in a blender until smooth.

3. In a separate bowl, beat the egg whites with a whisk until they become a little stiff, and then gently fold them into the mixture.

4. Next, coarsely chop the chocolate and stir it into the avocado brownie mixture (if the mixture is too thick at this point, add a little more water and stir).

5. Pour into a lined baking tin and bake for 25 – 30 minutes.

6. Allow them to cool, then cut into squares and drizzle with butterscotch syrup.


Nutritional info per serving:

Total Fat13g
Total Carbohydrates17g
Jennifer Blow
Editor & Qualified Nutritionist
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Jennifer Blow has a Bachelor’s of Science in Nutritional Science and a Master’s of Science by Research in Nutrition, and now specialises in the use of sports supplements for health and fitness, underpinned by evidence-based research.

Jennifer has been quoted or mentioned as a nutritionist in major online publications including Vogue, Elle, and Grazia, for her expertise in nutritional science for exercise and healthy living.

Her experience spans from working with the NHS on dietary intervention trials, to specific scientific research into omega-3 fatty acid supplementation and also the effect of fast foods on health, which she has presented at the annual Nutrition Society Conference. Jennifer is involved in many continuing professional development events to ensure her practise remains at the highest level. Find out more about Jennifer’s experience here.

In her spare time, Jennifer loves hill walking and cycling, and in her posts you’ll see that she loves proving healthy eating doesn’t mean a lifetime of hunger.