Sugar Free Chocolate Brownies

Sweet Magazine Reader Recipe Sugar Free Chocolate Brownies

Sugar Free Chocolate Brownies

No butter, flour, or sugar is used in these delicious, guilt free sugar free chocolate brownies sent to us by Asami Zenri!


200g dark chocolate
60ml almond milk (you could also use milk, soy milk, or heavy cream)
200g silken tofu
2 eggs
1tbsp honey
4tbsp cornflour (use gluten free cornflour for a sugar free, gluten free brownie)
1tbsp rum or brandy
1tsp vanilla extract
Optional Icing sugar for garnish **Edit: Yes, we know this is sugar, it’s not integral to the recipe, so omit if you don’t want to garnish, use some powdered Stevia, or maybe some cocoa for an extra chocolatey hit!


1. Microwave the chopped chocolate and almond milk in a medium bowl for 40 seconds on low power and mix well. If the chocolate isn’t completely melted, continue to blast in 15 second intervals mixing well between each blast until the chocolate is completely melted.

2. Whisk the tofu, eggs, honey, cornflour, rum and vanilla extract together in a bowl. Add the chocolate and almond milk mixture and continue to whisk until the mix is smooth. You could also use a food processor or stand mixer.

3. Preheat oven to 160 degrees celcius (320 degrees farenheight). Pour batter into a lightly oiled baking pan and bake for 40 minutes or until the brownie begins to pull away from the edges of the pan.

4. Allow to cool, remove from pan, slice and garnish with icing sugar, stevia or cocoa.

Remember if you’re making gluten free brownies to check that your icing sugar and cocoa is free from gluten!

Oh hey there! Every time we post the recipe for these delicious sugar free chocolate brownies on Facebook people come out from hiding to remind us that there is sugar in everything. We know (and we don’t really care), but thanks for the reminder. Let’s be real, you’ve visited sweetmagazine.com.au so there’s gonna be a little something sweet in all of our recipes. Is honey better than sugar? Not a debate we want in on, but we’ll tell you this. If you’re looking for an alternative to the usual chocolate brownie which has significantly less added refined sugar, we think this recipe submitted by gorgeous Asami (thanks again Asami!) is perfect for you. If you’re not fussed about the sugar content and you love a delicious treat – this recipe is for you too, and you’ll find more of them on our resources page!

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