• Difficulty Easy
  • 9 Ingredients


Healthy Brownies filled with superfood and low in sugar are going to rock your World!

Thanks to Michele Chevally and her Low Sugar Lifestyle program, we are able to bring you this amazing Healthy Brownie recipe.  Low in sugar and jam packed with Superfoods.

Whip up a batch of these healthy brownies and leave them out ready for snacking. The family will thank you and never know they’re eating so well.

Why switch to healthy brownies?

Did you know that the recommended daily intake for sugar consumption is under 6 teaspoons a day?

And did you know that there are 14 teaspoons in just ONE single can of Coke alone? Wouldn’t you be better off switching that for some healthy brownies?

Childhood obesity is important to understand.

With childhood obesity rates soaring, type 2 diabetes rising, and mood and attention disorders rocketing through the roof, experts are increasingly looking to lifestyle factors that are to blame for this shocking health epidemic – and no other is more obvious that the amount of sugar in our lives, especially added sugars found in processed foods.

Falling victim to the convenience of these foods is something we can all relate to. We’ve all been stumped looking for something yummy to whip up for the kids after school or to fill the lunch boxes that doesn’t come in package!

This recipe for Healthy Brownies is about to end all that.

Here’s a super easy, low sugar, nutritionally dense family favourite that will keep your energy high and your blood sugar low from Michele Chevalley’s new revolutionary lifestyle program, Low Sugar Lifestyle.

USE MOMLSL20 for 20% OFF the Low Sugar Lifestyle Program starting 1 May 2020.

For additional flavours or to mix it up if you make this healthy brownies recipe a lot, add cinnamon, chai spice, or even some chilli powder for some exotic flavour.

Serve these healthy brownies for a delicious desert with some coconut yoghurt and berries.

Cook once, eat twice!

Store in your refrigerator in a well sealed, glass or tupperware container for optimum freshness.  A couple of batches will last you for lunchbox snacks all week. You could also freeze these quite successfully. We’d suggest wrapping individually for easy serving.

Low Sugar Lifestyle is designed around helping families forge new, healthy, low sugar habits and pave the way for a balanced, thriving, and food loving lifestyle with more health benefits than you can imagine.

Through a guided 28 day program with online support and access to nutritionists, daily emails, endless nutritional information, and a full recipe pack full of delicious meals and snacks like this one, Low Sugar Lifestyle will revolutionise your family’s nutrition and wellbeing so much so that you will forget about the junk-food ways of the past.


  • 2 cups Shredded Zucchini
  • 1 cup Almond Butter
  • 1.5 cups Cocoa Nibs
  • 1 Egg
  • 4 Dried Dates
  • 1/4 cup Apple Sauce (homemade or store bought with no added sugar)
  • 1 Vanilla Bean Pod (inside only) or 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
  • 3 tbsps Cacao Powder
  • 1 tsp Baking Powder


  1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees celcius.
  2. Place all ingredients in food processor and whizz to combine well.
  3. Pour mixture into greased or parchment paper lined pan.
  4. Place in oven and bake for 45 mins.
  5. Wait until brownies are cool before cutting and removing from pan.

  • I would love to make this although my husband hates dates and said it’s a no go. Hopefully they aren’t dominant in this slice.


  • Sounds great. I love things like this zapped in the microwave and then eaten with some ice cream but that makes it less healthy of course.


  • Looks yummy, thanks for sharing your recipe


  • I love a brownie and quite simply just make them from a packet mix.


  • Lovely recipe with low in sugar.


  • Yumm I love brownies.


  • I love the recipe but some of the ingredients are too expensive to buy


  • Problem with these is the expensive health food type ingredients that cost a fortune.

    • I think that the ingredients of this brownie aren’t that expensive ! And to make it cheaper you could substitute Almond butter with Peanut butter


  • I love that this recipe has dried date’s not the fresh medjool dates so many recipes ask for. Definitely trying this soon.


  • Sounds yummy. Just thinking if u can taste difference


  • Sounds yummy


  • Thanks for your recipe – easy to do and no dominant taste except the chocolate.


  • Not sure I’d get my family to eat these


  • Good to have a healthy brownie recipe. Wonder if the zucchini taste would be dominant


  • Yum, I love brownies.


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