I have a superb recipe for you guys today. Are you ready for this? Do you think you can handle so much goodness at once? I am not sure I can…someone needs to come over and take these Paleo Dark Chocolate Chip Brownies way from me…or else, I will probably eat the entire batch! 😉 Good thing I have a dinner party to go to tonight, so I will be taking these little guys there and sharing with friends.

This wonderfully decadent dessert is sweet, soft, moist, and has a crunchy surprise with very bite. I think you and your family will highly enjoy this one! It is perfect for the holidays too. Just picture this: these brownies + a nice cup of tea + sitting by the fireplace + watching snow fall by a window. Oh-em-gee. Totally blissful!

Go get all the needed ingredients, as you don’t want to miss out on making this Paleo brownie recipe!

Get the full recipe here!

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5 Responses

  1. Roni

    It says to mix honey in step 3 but I didn’t see honey listed in the ingredients. Typo or missing ingredient?

    • Mariel Lewis
      Mariel Lewis

      Hi Roni! Thanks for the heads up…I added the honey to the ingredient list! :) I appreciate you leaving a comment about this. 😉

  2. elysarah

    So we just finished this recipe, put everything together and they came out really…dry? It seems like in the pictures you posted they looked almost fudge-y. We went through all the ingredients and it seems like the only thing we didnt include was the almond slivers. Would it make that much of a difference? Any suggestions?

    • Mariel Lewis
      Mariel Lewis

      Hi there! That’s a bummer to hear. I am sorry they turned out that way. This is the exact recipe I followed and mine were super “fudge-y”, like you said (just like the picture). Did you use fresh medjool dates or dried ones? That would affect the recipe right there…using fresh would make these brownies softer and more “fudge-y”-like. Also, did you use 1/3 cup of melted coconut butter?
      If you did use fresh medjool dates and used 1/3 cup of coconut butter, then I am not sure what’s going on. Maybe try adding a little bit of unsweetened almond milk (2-3 tablespoons) to the mixture next time, before adding it to the baking pan and before baking it.
      Hope this helps!

  3. Kimberley @ Fruit Salad & Mixed Veg

    Such a great recipe! It’s just like a normal chocolate cake, but I can eat it yay! I’ve made it twice now and have also shared/linked it with readers on my blog (along with your strawberry coconut brownies!). I really look forward to trying some more of your recipes:)