Healthy flourless pumpkin brownies made from nut and seed butters. These brownies are easy to make and made from natural ingredients. They are not your average brownies, which are made with a lot of sugar. These brownies are sweetened with a little maple and pumpkin. Protein pumpkin brownies that are made without grains and eggs so everyone in your family can enjoy some, or you can save them all for yourself. These brownies are paleo and vegan friendly.
Do you love brownies?
Have you had a brownie that made your eyes open wide and mouth drop because it was sooo good?? We sure have. A few times.
Now that the holidays are close and pumpkin is everywhere, we thought pumpkin brownies sounded pretty darn good.
Gluten-free, paleo & vegan pumpkin protein brownies.
Let’s get to baking…
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Make sure to share this quick and easy flourless brownie recipe with your family and friends.
How did we come up with this recipe?
We know a lot of you cannot find or get plantains. We wish we could send you some. Maybe we should open up a side business haha.
We usually always make our flourless plantain brownies.
And one day we thought why don’t we try using a nut or seed butter to replace the plantains.
To the kitchen we went…and it worked.
We first made it with peanut butter. This was when we were back home in FL. Our mom loves chocolate and peanut butter.
Why not make brownies, right? Our thoughts exactly.
And honestly we’ve made them about 5 more times since then.
We have tried…
- tahini. Worked.
- pumpkin seed butter. Worked.
- sunflower seed butter. Worked.
- peanut butter. Worked.
Really any nut or seed butter would work. Change it up every time like we do.
Being girls that have skin and digestive issues we have to be careful of our sugar intake. These brownies are the perfect balance for us and our skin.
We love desserts and love creating recipes that our skin and stomachs like. And we know yours will too!
Now if you prefer chocolate and peanut butter we got a video for you too!
Flourless peanut butter pumpkin brownie recipe
If you love peanut butter you’ll love this pumpkin brownie recipe.
These protein pumpkin brownies are made from 6 main ingredients, which you probably have on your shelf.
- Nut or seed butter
- Cocoa or chocolate protein
- Maple syrup
- Coconut butter
- Coconut oil
- Pumpkin puree
Make sure to share this recipe with your chocolate peanut butter pumpkin loving friends.
Notes about the recipe:
To keep it 100% paleo do not use peanut butter and use your favorite protein powder or cocoa powder.
For the protein powder we used chocolate pea protein.
These are super rich in chocolate as we used chocolate protein powder. If you desire a rich chocolate brownie use cocoa powder instead of using chocolate protein powder.
If you don’t like fudgy moist brownies do just 4 tablespoons pumpkin instead of the 6.
These brownies are delicate so make sure they cool completely.
These protein pumpkin brownies are egg-free. Many paleo brownies out there you see are made with a lot of eggs, so this recipe is for those of you looking for egg-free and grain-free brownies.
Don’t have nut or seed butters around, make yourself plantains brownies. They are paleo and egg-free too.Print
Healthy flourless protein pumpkin brownies made two ways! Paleo. Vegan.
A healthy brownie recipe that is free of grains, gluten, dairy and eggs. Flourless protein pumpkin brownies made from nut or seed butters. Even have peanut butter pumpkin brownie recipe.
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Cook Time: 48 minutes
- Total Time: 53 minutes
- 3/4 cup nut or seed butter (6 3/4 oz)
- 2 tablespoons maple syrup (1 1/2 oz)
- 2 tablespoons coconut butter (1 1/4 oz)
- 4 tablespoons coconut oil, liquid (2 oz)
- 6 tablespoons pumpkin puree
- 8 tablespoons cocoa powder or chocolate protein powder ( 2 1/2 oz)
- 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
- 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
- 1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Place all wet ingredients into a Vitamix blender.
- Blend together.
- Next add in dry ingredients and blend.
- *The batter will be different than most brownie recipes. It is thick not runny.
- Grease well with coconut oil a 9×5 bread loaf or 6 in or 8 in circle pan.
- Spread batter into pan.
- Bake for 10-12 minutes.
- Let cool completely before removing from pan.
- Once cooled flip the pan.
- Cut and enjoy.
- Serving Size: makes 6-8 brownies
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What’s better: blondies or brownies? Do you like nuts in your brownies?
you would never guess that these are healthy by looking at them! they look amazing! Pinning for later 🙂
You have won me over already and I have not even tried them!
Three cheers for nourishing desserts!
Can’t wait to try these! They look delicious and oh so easy! AND I have an open can of pumpkin that needs to be used up 🙂 Thanks ladies!
Awesome!! Enjoy 😉
These are everything I’ve been waiting for… YUM! Can’t wait to make this weekend (or today) haha. Thank you! 🙂
Let us know how you like them.
These sound great. Yum!
Not sure what I did wrong but the brownies came out raw…… like unable to hold their shape. They can’t be cut in squares. They can only be eaten with a spoon, which is what I’m doing, but I’m just wondering why it didn’t work. I used peanut butter for the nut butter and cocoa powder instead of protein powder.
They’re delicious so I’d love to make them again. Should I add some eggs?
Not sure what happened. They are delicate brownies, maybe try just 4 tablespoons pumpkin.
What can I use instead of coconut butter?
Just replace the coconut butter with more nut or seed butter that you are using.