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World’s Best Keto Brownies

Who says you can’t eat brownies when you’re on the keto diet?! These keto brownies are the best.

I’ve gone through test batch after test batch trying to find the perfect keto brownie recipe.

Until I made these Keto Brownies. Finally.

I’m not exaggerating when I say these are the World’s Best Keto Brownies because they certainly are.

World's Best Keto Brownies recipe.

I’ve tested this recipe over a dozen times and made loads of batches until I finally found the BEST version.

What makes them so incredible is that they are fudgy and dense, just as every brownie should be!

It’s a hard task getting them to come out fudgy and moist, but we did it!

I also added some peanut butter, which will help deliver healthy fats and a nice nutty flavor.

These super easy-to-make keto brownies are super low in carbs, and fudgy, and have a dense and creamy texture that melts in your mouth.

Made with lots of chocolate and other real food ingredients, yum!

The awesome thing about this brownie recipe is that it only uses a small amount of coconut flour to hold together the overwhelming amount of chocolate fudge flavor!

Brownies don’t use a lot of flour normally, so making a keto version is not that different than making regular brownies and the final outcome is pretty similar too.

They taste like really delicious fudgy brownies and I don’t think many people would be able to even tell they are low carb and keto-friendly.

In less than 40 minutes you have the perfect keto brownies that are the ideal company for a cup of keto coffee or your favorite tea.

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Sugar Substitute for Keto Brownies

Baking with sugar substitutes and sugar-free chocolate is a little bit of a learning curve. Here are some tips you should read through before making this recipe.

It is important to make sure you use confectioners rather than granular ones.

Granular sugar works for traditional brownies, but because erythritol does not melt as well as granular sugar, you need the powdered version in these brownies or else it won’t melt into the batter.

Sugar-Free Chocolate

The chocolate flavor in these brownies is a combination of cocoa powder and chocolate chunks.

I don’t recommend leaving out the chocolate chunks because the brownies will be missing half of their chocolate flavor.

Tips for Making Brownies

  • Make sure to use slightly warmed eggs. Cold eggs will cause the melted butter to harden and it will become very difficult to mix. Warmed eggs will melt into the batter and keep it liquid.
  • I prefer to bake brownies in a light metal nonstick pan. Darker metal pans tend to cook the edges of the brownies too soon and glass pans tend to cook the brownies slower.
  • Let the brownies sit for about 30 minutes before slicing.

World's Best Keto Brownies Recipe

World's Best Keto Brownies Recipe

Yield: 16
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes

These keto brownies are the best. I've gone through test batch after test batch trying to find the perfect keto brownie recipe. Until I made these World`s Best Keto Brownies. Finally!


  1. Preheat the oven to 325°F. Lightly grease a 9×9 inch baking pan. Alternately you can line it with parchment paper, leaving a couple of inches of overhang on the sides for easy removal.
  2. In a large mixing bowl, combine the almond butter, erythritol, cocoa powder, coconut flour, peanut butter powder, eggs, butter, water, vanilla extract, salt, and baking powder. Using an electric hand mixer, mix until all ingredients are well combined. Fold in the chocolate chips.
  3. Pour the batter into the prepared baking dish and spread in an even layer.
  4. Bake for 20 minutes, or until the edges are set but the center is still a little soft to the touch. Start checking at the 15-minute mark.
  5. Let cool in the pan for 15 minutes before cutting and serving. Cut into 16 squares.
Nutrition Information:
Yield: 16 Serving Size: 1 brownie
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 129Total Fat: 11gCarbohydrates: 4.3gNet Carbohydrates: 1.5gFiber: 2.8gProtein: 5g

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Rachael Marriott

Wednesday 17th of August 2022

Best keto brownies EVER! Love the recipe

Sharon Chastain

Wednesday 1st of December 2021

I made these today and you deserve the claim of World's Best for sure! The only change I made was to use Lily's Peppermint Chips instead of the chocolate chips. It tastes like Christmas!! So good!


Wednesday 9th of June 2021

These were amazing! Chocolatey and moist. I was looking for a recipe that used very small amounts of "keto" flours. I love almonds and coconut, but as flour in recipes...yuck. I didn't have a few ingredients, so I used a few close subs. I didn't have powdered erythritol, so blitzed some erythritol/stevia blend and used 1/2 cup of that. Instead of almond butter I used Costco mixed nut butter, and 2 tbsp natural PB for the powdered. So tasty...thanks!

Emily Nava

Friday 13th of November 2020

Hello! Thank you for the recipe! I didn't have any almond butter so I subbed 6 oz of cream cheese and added an extra Tablespoon of powdered peanut butter and water, and a 1/2 teaspoon of salt instead of 1/4. Brought the carbs down, if I did my math right, to 3.7 carbs per serving. They are excellent!!!


Sunday 6th of September 2020

OK, I tend to just give up on baked sweets, because I can't stand the cooling effect of erythritol, but I had some allulose (powdered) OH, and subbed that. If the batter is any indication, I'll be making these a lot!

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