Death By Chocolate Paleo Blender Brownies

Death by Paleo Chocolate Brownies | grain-free, gluten-free, egg-free, dairy-free, refined sugar-free | RaiasRecipes.comIt’s no secret that I’m a chocolate lover, and these Death by Chocolate Paleo Blender Brownies are undoubtedly one of the richest things I’ve ever made. Even in all my chocolate love I can only eat two of these beauties – and I can usually down half a pan of “regular” brownies!

Since I’m sure you’re in need of a super easy, super rich brownie recipe (who isn’t?), head on over to Delicious Obsessions where I’m sharing all the chocolatey goodness! 

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Death by Paleo Chocolate Brownies | grain-free, gluten-free, egg-free, dairy-free, refined sugar-free | RaiasRecipes.com


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40 thoughts on “Death By Chocolate Paleo Blender Brownies

  1. Would love to have the recipe for the ‘Death By Chocolate’ Paleo Brownies. Can’t get access to it!!!

  2. I have seen a lot of recipes that include chocolate chips. This is where I run into difficulties, because my husband cannot have refined sugar. Once I add choc. chips to the recipe, it stops being refined sugar free. Do you have a resource for chocolate chips?

    1. For this recipe, you can just leave out the chocolate chips. But when I want refined sugar-free chocolate chips, I make my own. I used my homemade carob chips (recipe here), but use cocoa powder instead of carob powder. They’re not dairy-free, but you can sub coconut oil for the butter, they just melt a little differently. Hope that helps, Amy!

  3. Well my friend, you’ve done it again. You’re being featured on FTAF this week! These look ah-may-zing, by the way. So, I had this a-ha moment today that has nothing to do with your recipe. But I wondered, how do you say your name? In my mind, I always think Ray-ah, but, today I wondered, is it Rye-ah? My daughters name is Chaiah (shy-ah), you think I would’ve caught on earlier. 🙂 Beautiful name, beautiful blog. You’re someone I’d love to have a real live coffee date with. Blessings to you!!!

    1. Haha! Thanks, Chellie. Yep, it’s Rye-ah. 😉 Your daughter’s name is beautiful, too! And I agree, I think we’d have a lot in common, after all, we share the same love language. 😉

    1. I don’t every calculate the nutritional info on my recipes, Dimitra, but I’m sure there are online calculators that you could plug the ingredient list into to find out. 🙂

  4. The Pinterest pin for these brownies and the initial web link states that these are supposed to be egg-free but they in fact are not. I’m looking for a true egg-free recipe where I don’t have to use my Ener-g egg replacer (or flax, etc). A little disappointing. It’s so hard to bake for my little man (3) (DF, EF, NF)

    1. Sorry to hear that, Kathy! Unfortunately, there are so many pins for this recipe on Pinterest, I can’t control what all of them say in the description! You can give my Dark Chocolate Brownie recipe a try, it sounds like it should fit your requirements. 🙂

  5. I feel like a moron even to share this story…but I must so someone else doesn’t end up spending hours cleaning their kitchen. My mother-in-law sent me a Ninja (the ones with the screw on lids), so I figured I’d try this recipe as my first time making it was an epic success. I pulsed the baking soda in for a little too long… and then had a pressurized canister on my hands. The ensuing mess was epic. PSA for all – don’t pulse the baking soda too long, or just don’t use a blender where the lids screw on! Thank goodness I have some delish paleo brownies to enjoy with my bruised ego and messy kitchen. 🙂 Love the recipe, thank you!!!!

    1. Oh my goodness! That’s awful and hilarious at the same time. Thank you for humbly sharing your story, Eliza! I hope no one else has that issue, I know how discouraging a blender explosion can be. 🙁 I’m so glad you still got to enjoy the brownies, though!

  6. These look amazing! My husband doesn’t eat banana. Could you recommend a good substitute? Maybe avocado or apple sauce?

    1. Thanks, Jaqueline! I would sub pumpkin or sweet potato, because their texture is closer to that of banana. Avocado might work, too, I would try that before applesauce. 🙂

  7. I tried making these and I’m not sure if it was the ingredients I used (maybe my banana’s weren’t ripe enough) but my brownies came out tasting extremely bitter. 🙁 The texture was great though.

    1. Hi Rachel, sorry they didn’t turn out well for you! I usually use overripe bananas (like, almost brown), but regardless these brownies are pretty dark chocolate. They’re not supposed to be very sweet. If you like sweeter brownies, you can up the sweetener to 1/2 cup of honey or cut the cocoa down to 1/2 cup, thought the texture might change a tad by doing so. 🙂 I hope you give them another try!