mint chocolate chip protein fudge brownie recipe {grain-free, egg-free}

Recipe for gluten-free grain-free vegan mint chocolate chip protein fudge brownies.

It happened again!

chocolate chip protein brownies

So many of you on facebook guessed pretty darn close to today’s recipe! Guess you guys really know us, hehe.

Chocolate and mint are always a good first guess.

mint fudge egg free brownies

Mint chocolate chip protein fudge brownie bars recipe that is gluten-free and grain-free.

Do you remember our peppermint candy cane hemp protein bars?  One of our favorites!! We ate them a lot! Now we wanted to make them a little differently yet the same.

Easy dessert recipes are the best recipes. And this protein fudge brownie is super easy to make! Oh yay! 

chocolate chip mint fudge protein brownies

Basically we followed the original protein brownie bars that are already egg, grain, soy, and of course gluten-free but changed up the frosting!

green mint fudge

We thought of doing our banana coconut fudge on top of the protein brownie bars. So we started whipping up the fudge as the brownies were cooling. Then we realized that the fudge probably won’t be enough to really cover the brownies. We wanted a thick, rich frosting for these ultimate mint brownie bars.  

Oh.. what… do we do now? —> we thought.

We came up with adding in an avocado and some coconut oil, which turns out to be close to our banana avocado frosting that we used on our pumpkin brownie cupcakes recipe. Unsure of exactly how it would turn out, but we had a STRONG feeling it would be a-m-a-z-i-n-g!

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And it was!

Perfectly rich, smooth and velvety.  And the avocados also helped with adding in some more natural green color. Brilliant!

These brownies need to be shared, as they are far too dangerous to be left alone with. We are totally obsessed and think you will too!

Mint chocolate chip protein fudge brownies with a avocado frosting.

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If you love chocolate and mint this recipe is for YOU!

We could eat like a hundred and still not get sick of them (ok…probably get a little sick).  Basically you need to make them. Why? Because they are awesome!

They are very visually appealing too, with the pale green contrasting with the brown of the chocolate. Love it!

vegan mint hemp browniebars

Gather your ingredients and come make mint chocolate protein brownies with us!

mint chocolate chip protein fudge brownie recipe {grain-free, egg-free}

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 25 minutes

Yield: makes 12 - 16 brownies

mint chocolate chip protein fudge brownie recipe {grain-free, egg-free}

Mint chocolate chip protein brownie recipe. These brownies are topped with a rich creamy dairy-free avocado banana coconut butter frosting. These mint brownies are gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, egg-free and low sugar!

Ingredients

  • 1 recipe of protein brownies
  • Mint fudge frosting
  • 1 large avocado (5 oz)
  • 1 1/2 bananas (about 5 oz)
  • 1/2 cup coconut butter (4 1/2 oz)
  • 6 tbsp coconut oil (3 oz)
  • 1 tbsp vanilla extract
  • 1/2-1 tsp peppermint
  • handful of spinach (or could do 1/4-1/2 tsp spirulina powder)
  • 1 tbsp water

Directions

  1. Make protein brownies
  2. As it bakes, gather your frosting ingredients. Place fudge frosting ingredients into blender (we used our vita-mix blender) and blend till smooth and creamy.
  3. Once brownies have cooled spread mint fudge frosting on top. And top with chocolate chips if desired!
  4. Place mint fudge brownies in fridge to let the frosting set before slicing.
  5. Enjoy!
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More mint chocolate recipes for you.

unbaked layered chocolate mint avocado cake

Our baked chocolate mint cake donuts (vegan)

Mint chia seed pudding

Avocado mint brownie soft serve ice cream

 

raw triple layer mint protein mini cakes

Mint chocolate chip protein muffins 

raw layered mint cookie sandwich 

individual baked thin mint cake (vegan)

Now go do yourself a sweet favor and make these mint chocolate chip protein fudge brownies!

Your welcome.

till next time,

xoxo

purelytwins

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Comments

  1. Carey says

    If you didn’t want to use the applesauce in the brownie recipe could you use one more egg? Any suggestions?
    Thanks.

  2. sara says

    What hemp protein do you use? I have tried a few that are so grainy and awful to do anything with. Any good brand recommendations?

    • purelytwins says

      We find them all to have the grainy texture, we have yet to find one that is really smooth. We use Nutiva Hemp protein and Manitoba Harvest organic hemp protein powders.

    • purelytwins says

      to replace the bananas – you could had in about 5oz of cashews and add in maple syrup or any other liquid sweetener of choice to taste.

        • purelytwins says

          can use coconut meat or use more avocado, it might just have a more ‘avocado’ taste, you could try doing just stevia for the sweetness, you might have to add in some water to replace the liquid sweetener

  3. Kaye says

    We have been snacking on these Mint Chocolate Chip Protein brownies all weekend!!!!, thank you for this AWESOME recipe!!!! Major keeper!!

  4. says

    Amazing recipe! Question: How long can these be stored? Does the frosting turn brown like an overripe avocado? I want to bring these to two different parties (one Friday, one Saturday), and would like to make them today (Thursday), but am wondering if they will still be good by Saturday?

  5. Marlo says

    Thanks for this post! I made these tonight, following the recipe exactly and they are so delicious! I’ve been indulging all weekend in food that makes me feel guilty while I’m eating so it’s nice to have a nutrient-dense treat in hand heading into the new week! I have one question for you…do you think it’s possible to sub another protein powder for the hemp? My husband uses Raw Meal from Garden of Life so we always have that in the house…thanks again!
    Marlo

    • purelytwins says

      yes another protein powder should work, it just might change the taste and texture a little, also we would suggest adding in the wet slowly as each protein powder can be different in how much water it absorbs.

  6. Suzanne says

    Update on my review:
    These are delicious!!! The four year old ate it and loved it. He was also full of “Yum, this is good!” The husband said they were just alright. But, his opinion doesn’t matter as he eats everything not good for him. :)

    5 star brownie recipe! :)

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