Flourless Chocolate Brownie Bites

You have got to try these Flourless Chocolate Brownie Bites!  These are so tasty!  You only need a handful of simple ingredients to make them.

These flourless chocolate brownie bites are very decadent in taste and texture.  Don’t let the avocado in the ingredient list scare you.

You can’t taste them at all.  Just like with my avocado chocolate chip cookies or my fudgy flourless brownies.  I was licking the batter off the spoon!

These are the perfect bite for when you need a little something sweet.   If you like these, you may also like my flourless chocolate muffins.


Flourless Chocolate Brownie Bites - My Whole Food Life

These healthier brownie bites are vegan, gluten free and even paleo approved.  I added a little coffee extract to mine, but that ingredient is totally optional.  Although I highly recommend using it. 🙂

EDITED: I made a no bake version of these yesterday and they came out great!  Instead of baking in a muffin pan, I dropped the brownies onto a lined cookie sheet and chilled.

They were a little soft, but still easy to handle.  I served them at a party in paper muffin liners and they were devoured.  I recorded a video of the no bake version for you below. For more videos, you can subscribe to my You Tube Channel.

Flourless Chocolate Brownie Bites

Flourless Chocolate Brownie Bites

Prep Time 5 min Cook Time 17 min Serves 12 mini brownie bites     adjust servings

All you need is 4 simple ingredients to make these healthier brownie bites.



  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. In a food processor , combine all the ingredients and blend until smooth. Make sure the avocado is completely blended up. You don't want avocado chunks in your brownies.
  3. Spoon batter into a lined or greased mini muffin pan . The batter will be VERY sticky. If you are using paper liners, you may need to grease them to make sure the brownies don't stick.
  4. Bake for about 15-17 minutes.
  5. Let the brownies cool completely before removing from the pan.


Recipe Notes

One thing to note is that since these brownie bites are flourless, they are very soft and fudgy. Keeping them in the fridge may firm them up some.

These should last at least a week in the fridge. You may also be able to freeze them, but I haven't tried yet. Enjoy!

Flourless Chocolate Brownie Bites Steps

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98 thoughts to “Flourless Chocolate Brownie Bites”

  1. This is the first recipe I have tried, but I have fallen in love!! These are delicious!!! Can't wait to try your other recipes.
  2. Hi there! This recipe looks delicious, but I'm allergic to maple syrup. Do you have a recommended substitution? I noticed this for a few other recipes as well. Thanks so much!
    1. How about honey? You can use honey in place of maple syrup in any of my recipes if you like. It's an equal sub.
  3. Can you leave this overnight at room temp.? I don't want it to harden when I store it in fridge. Thanks in advance!
    1. They will not harden in the fridge. They keep their fudge like texture. They will not last long outside the fridge
  4. Can you leave these overnight at room temp.? I'm afraid that if it will harden if i put it in the fridge. Thanks in advance !
  5. Thank you. Took some batter and made it into pudding for my son who was licking the spatula. Hubby hated it though. He took a bite of the brownie and said to me there was beans in it. I told him there were not beans what so ever but did not tell him exactly what was in it. All that matters is my son and I love them! Thanks Melissa...
  6. Tried these today and they are super easy to make and very yummy. The whole family likes them, even my 6 year old. My only complaint is it's difficult to not eat them all in one sitting!
  7. I was super excited to ry these and when I finally did they tasted way too much like avocado. I love avocado but not as the predominant flavor in a chocolate dessert. As anyone else had this issue?
    1. I had this problem also...and I really wanted to love them!! My avocado was perfectly ripe for normal eating, but I am wondering if it would have turned out better if I had waited one more day. I will have to try again =)
    1. I just looked this up on MyFitnessPal. Per Serving: Calories: 76 Carbs: 13 Fat: 4g Protein: 1g Sodium: 8g Sugar: 10g Overall, this is really awesome. Calculated without the coffee extract and with nestle milk chocolate chips and using maple syrup.
  8. Nothing says happiness like a perfect, soft, ripe avocado (: As this was my first time making something sweet with avocado, I wasn't sure what to expect but it was O.M.G. delicious! I did use raw cacoa powder and added 3 extra TBSP of extra maple syrup w/sea salt + 1/2 tsp vanilla extract. Let just say next time I look at an avocado, I'll think desert as well. Thanks for the recipe Melissa.
  9. I just made these and the batter was a little too thick so i added some almond milk and consistency seemed better - I'll tell you how they come out later but from the batter I licked off the spoon - yummy! Hope my family likes them too :) do you add chocolate chips at end on top or in processor?
  10. You should call these Chocolate Silk! yummmmm! I added too much honey by mistake (double the amount, oops!) so I added a heaping spoonful of (pea)nut butter and it worked out great! They are still sooner gooey in the middle but delicious! I am always trying to get my kid to eat avocados and what better way than to cover it in chocolate?! Lol

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