Diabetic Brownie Recipes For People Who Love Brownies Anytime

Diabetic brownie is safe for diabetics and those who are looking to prevent a rise in blood sugar without sacrificing the taste. Consuming too much sugar is considered to be the ultimate factor for developing diabetes. Being diabetic means, you have to constantly watch your insulin level and the factors that can affect your insulin level. But you can still bake a brownie and eat it too if you have diabetes as there are certain ingredients that have the power to convert traditional sweets into suitable substitutes.

Diabetic Brownie Recipes

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For the brownies

Eggs- 4

Butter- 1/3 cup, melted

Vanilla- 1 tsp

Coconut flour- 1/3 cup

Almond flour- ¼ cup

Unsweetened cocoa powder- 1/3 cup

Baking soda- ½ tsp

Sweetener such as erythritol- ½ cup

Sugar free chocolate chips- ¼ cup

Nuts (pecans or walnuts)- ¼ cup, chopped

For the topping

Sugar free chocolate chips- 2/3 cup

Coconut oil- 2 tsp

Diabetic Brownie Recipes Instructions:

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Preheat the oven to about 350°F.

Using a parchment paper, line an 8 × 8 pan.

Take a bowl and combine almond flour, coconut flour, unsweetened cocoa powder, baking soda, and sweetener.

Take a cup and whisk together the melted butter and eggs. Add this to the dry mixture prepared and mix them thoroughly.

If you are using chocolate chips and chopped nuts, then add this as well.

Pour the entire batter into the pan and smooth it evenly. Bake for about 20-25 minutes until the top of the brownies just set. Do not over bake.

After baking, let the brownies cool in the pan for about 10 minutes.

With the help of parchment paper, remove the brownie from the pan and allow it to cool.

For extra fudgy texture, you can even put it in the fridge.

Diabetic Brownie Recipes – To Prepare Topping

Take a small mixing bowl and add coconut oil and chocolate chips.

Using 30 second spurts, melt the ingredients in the microwave. Keep stirring in between and repeat heating until it has completely melted.

Drizzle this topping on top of our brownie.

Tips While Preparing Diabetic Brownie Recipe

When cooking with coconut flour, you need to make a note that it tends to absorb much more liquid as compared to all purpose flour. Therefore, make sure to add the eggs as required because they provide some liquid.

When you are using any sweetener, check its sweetness because there might be certain sweeteners that are way sweeter than sugar. In such cases, you need to start with less and add more as required.

You can store these brownies in an airtight container for a period of five days.

For an extra fudgy texture, you can store it in the fridge. However, keep in mind that if it’s frozen for a longer period, it will dry them out.


This sugar free brownie can be prepared easily at your home. With these diabetic brownie recipes, your favorite brownie will not only taste great but will also be good for you.

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