The best low carb keto brownies are made with only five simple ingredients! And, they have an amazing soft fudge-like texture.
This latest eBook is a must for those of you who crave sweets on a low carb diet. All the recipes in the Dessert in Five eCookbook have up to 5g net carbs, 5 easy steps, and 5 ingredients.
Just one taste of these fudgy keto brownies and you’ll be amazed. I could not believe how simple they were to make and how delicious they tasted.
After checking out the Keto in Five series, I’m starting to think that I need to simply my low carb cooking. It’s unbelievable how you can transform 5 simple ingredients into amazing low carb foods.
Each one of the eBooks contains 30 simple low carb recipes that use 5 ingredients or less. That’s 120 simple recipes in the bundle deal. But, you’ll need to hurry. The special bundle price is only available for a limited time at over 40% off.
These simple keto brownies are just a sampling of the recipes you’ll find in the Dessert eBook. Other great recipes include coconut cream pie, cheesecake for one, lemon dream bars, cookie dough mousse, pumpkin pudding, and many more.
A lot of people who try low carb give up have trouble finding easy recipes to keep them going. With the Keto in Five series, you’ll get 120 ridiculously easy recipes that even a beginner will have no trouble with.
If you’re on the fence about buying this inexpensive recipe series, I urge you to give these simple keto brownies a try. I guarantee that you will be sold after one bite.
Want to sample another recipe from the Keto in Five series? I shared the coconut macadamia bars recipe from the Breakfast in Five eBook.
Vicky and Rami of Tasteaholics were genius when they came up such a great cookbook series. I wish I had the collection when I was just starting out on low carb. It would have made things so much easier!
It will be tough to find another collection of simple to make keto recipes in one spot. So grab the eBook bundle while it’s still at the discounted price.
I did make a slight change to the recipe when making the keto brownies. To cut back on the sweetness, I used ½ cup Swerve in place of the ¾ cup erythritol. And, the taste was just right for me.
You’ll also want to use a good quality unsweetened cocoa in the recipe. I used Ghirardelli which has a wonderful flavor.
If you can’t find almond butter, simply make your own. Here’s how to make almond butter at home when you can’t find it in the store.
Fudgy Low Carb Keto Brownies Recipe – Only 5 Ingredients
Be sure to let us know how these simple brownies turned out in the comments. I’m definitely making them again!
Almond Fudge Keto Brownies
- Use a food processor to blend together the almond butter and erythritol.
- Then, add in the eggs, cocoa powder, baking powder, and a pinch of salt.
- Transfer the batter into a greased 9×9-inch baking pan. Smooth with a spatula.
- Bake for 11 minutes at 325°F. Cool completely to firm up before cutting.
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