If you can’t eat gluten, you often miss out on yummy desserts that are usually made with flour.

No more missing out with this delicious flourless brownie recipe that tastes amazing.


  • 1 450g jar of almond butter
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 cup of  honey
  • 1 tbsp vanilla extract
  • ½ cup cocoa powder
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • ½ tsp salt
  • 1 cup dark chocolate cut into chunks


    1. Pre-heat oven to 160 degrees.
    2. Pour almond butter into a large bowl and add in eggs, honey, vanilla, cocoa powder, baking soda, and salt.  Mix until everything is well incorporated.
    3. Fold in chocolate chips and pour into a greased slice baking pan.
    4. Pop in the oven for 30 minutes or until the brownies are set and cooked through.
    5. Allow brownies to cool completely before cutting.
    6. Eat!

Watch the YouTube video for easy to follow visual instructions:

What’s your favourite gluten free recipe to make?

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  • A great recipe for taking to a morning tea or function where there may be people who can’t have gluten!


  • Super recipe for those gluten intolerant people among us. Let us know how they compare to normal ones


  • Not for me but thanks anyway.


  • Nice recipe. Personally I’m not keen on heating honey because it destroys all the beautiful nutrients, but that is easy to replace with coconut pal syrup, rice syrup or yacon syrup.


  • This is a wonderful recipe and not just for those who are gluten intolerant.


  • My dear friend is coeliac and will absolutely love this recipe. Better still, I can make her a batch too!


  • A great one to keep in mind for morning teas.


  • Lovely recipe – guess you need to make it like this these days as you never know who is gluten intolerant if they are at your house.


  • Another brownie recipe…how can you really go wrong with brownies.. :)


  • Personally I don’t like to bake with honey as it’s not a healthy practice, and use coconut palm syrup, yacon syrup or brown rice syrup instead. I also like to add a vegetable to the brownies (zucchini, sweet potato, beetroot or beans) and use raw chocolate nibs instead of dark chocolate.


  • A beautiful looking brownie – big thanks.


  • It so good to find a gluten free recipe that hopefully will taste as good as no gluten free does. Some taste like cardboard according to a friend of mine who has Coelic Disease and other food allergies which means choices are even more limited.


  • Sounds lovely, I think I will need to make this one.


  • Oh! I love Dani Spies! She has such a passion for cooking healthy food. These brownies look delicious!!


  • Your brownies look moist and delicious! Yum!


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