Almond flour brownies with pretzels

Almond flour brownies.

Oh, what the fudge! It’s almond flour brownies!!

I am a bit partial to brownies than to cakes. Though baking cakes is an extremely satisfying hobby, here is why I like brownies a bit more. They are more forgiving, indulgently satisfying and always ready to show up when you try to get a midnight snack. They are more forgiving as they are not exacting recipes like a cake or really don’t have to show up a rise. It is far fudgier and rewarding when they don’t!! They successfully coat a good amount of tofu or beans in chocolate making them a bit more useful. They smile when the snack box opens to find a piece of almond flour brownie in it is the most rewarding.
So here is to yet another post on brownies.  (Earlier we had done tofu brownies!!)

One bowl, no fuss brownies.

I have tried quite a lot of brownie recipes. The ones which call for hot water, the ones which have a lot of ingredients in them so on and so forth. I do find that by the end of it my washing up pile takes far longer than it takes to make and eat the brownies. So here is the simplest, minimal wash up guaranteed fudgy almond flour brownies that you want to keep making often.

brownie slices made with almond flour.

Ingredients you need to make these almond flour brownies including the step by step instructions are in this recipe card. hope you like it and will subscribe

Almond flour brownies.

Prep Time 12 mins
Cook Time 20 mins
Course Dessert
Cuisine Baking, gluten free, Kids choice, Winter
Servings 12 slices.

Equipment

  • mixing bowls and spoons.
  • baking trays

Ingredients
  

  • 1/2 cup butter melted, unsalted
  • 1/2 cup cocoa powder
  • 3/4 cup unrefined sugar
  • 3 small eggs
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 2 tbsp whole wheat flour
  • 1 cup almond flour.

Instructions
 

  • Melt the butter and add to the mixing bowl.
    brownie mix.
  • Cream the sugar and the butter till it appears fluffy,
  • Now add the eggs, salt, vanilla and cocoa powder and mix till smooth.
    brownie making.
  • Mix it well, add the almond flour, flour and mix smooth.
    Almond flour brownie mix.
  • Line an oven-proof baking dish or tray. grease the sides.
  • Add the brownie batter to it.
    brownies ready to bake.
  • Bake for 15 minutes or till the skewer comes out clean.
    brownie with pretzel.
  • Once it is cool place the brownies on a board and cut them into pieces.
    Almond flour brownies.
  • The brownies are now ready to serve.
Keyword chocolate recipes, christmas recipes, Winter warmers
Tried this recipe?Let us know how it was!

Keep the variety of brownies coming.

With the almond flour brownies as the base recipe, you can create a lot of variations in flavour. Here are some useful ideas.

Pretzels- we have done pretzel topped brownies in the images here. I like the flip in texture as you bite through them.
Nut butter swirls– this you have to try. The best I found was homemade sun butter. The swirls have an extra nuttiness to the brownies.
Sea salt flakes- most brownie experts will tell you this is the best. Certainly,  the salt provides a deeper chocolate flavour.  Don’t use table salt it doesn’t do justice to the recipe.
Jam drops -tiny little bits of a baked jam against the dark chocolate almond flour brownie is gourmet. Try this berry jam recipe to use with it.

Storing the brownies

Now that we have set you up with these oh so chocolaty!! brownies there is no going back. The brownies stay good in an airtight box for 3 to 5 days. The question is will they really last that long between all the hands that try to get some?
If you are making a huge batch,  store the airtight box in the refrigerator. The brownies do freeze well if you are making a stash, however, they lose their fudginess.

Take this crowd-pleaser to your next game night meet or your family night and keep them spellbound. Double or triple this recipe based on your crowd size. Here are a few other ideas you can share Marbled banana bread, almond cookies, chocolate tiramisu truffles and Game night recipes. Let us know how you felt about them in the comments. Don’t forget to share the recipe and tag #mildlyindian to your socials. Stay safe and don’t stop baking coz if your baking fails, you can always make them into truffles and start again.

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Archana
Archana
6 months ago
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Omg! I love this yum brownie with almond flour and pretzels. Do you add them to the dough n bake? I hope I can find some pretzels here need to taste this yum brownie.

Melbournethoughts
Melbournethoughts
6 months ago

Have you used dark cocoa to make this? The colour is lovely.

Mayuri Patel
6 months ago
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Almond flour brownies with pretzels, wow, amazing and super tempting. You’ve got my two favourites together, brownies and pretzels. Brownies are super moist and fudgy.. will have to bake these soon.

Jayashree T.Rao
6 months ago
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I agree, my husband too prefer brownies to cakes. almond flour brownie with pretzels looks so good, I need to make it sometime.

Preethicuisine
6 months ago
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Almond flour brownies with pretzels look so delightful. They are so soft and moist. I would love to try baking with almond flour .soon.

Lisa Grant
6 months ago
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Brownies look moist and yummy!

veenaazmanov
6 months ago

Almond flour sounds like a healthy version to making some amazing Brownies. Perfect dessert after every meal or a Tea Time party.

Laura
Laura
6 months ago
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YUM! I love the texture of these brownies. Even with the almond flour they have the right density!

Toni
Toni
6 months ago
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Oh my!! My kids couldn’t stop eating these!! So good!

Dionne
Dionne
6 months ago
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Fabulous brownies – you made them look so special! I can’t wait to make a big batch of them ASAP!

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