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|Calories160Calories from Fat120|
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|Calories from Fat120|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Bonni L. a month ago
This is yum yum yummy!!!!
Elle M. 4 months ago
Turned out great!! I didn't have coconut oil though, but subbed it with half the qty of olive oil and mixed in some nuts and it turned out amazing!!!
Krauss 9 months ago
Outstanding combination of flavors. Especially delightful for those gluten-free fans
Kaili C. a year ago
not bad. I added extra stevia.
Myra Lewis a year ago
Wonderful, better than I expected. The brownies did not last the night. I did add walnuts to it. I will make them on a regular basis.
Grace S. 2 years ago
This is my go to recipe for when I am craving brownies. I Added a 1/4 cup of honey for more sweetness as i am a sweet tooth. It always comes out yummy. Love it!
Pavlova 2 years ago
It was good for my taste :) I didn’t put in the stevia, because I don’t like it and thought that the dates will be enough, but it was a bit bitter. I like bitter chocolate, but for my guests I soaked some of the pieces in honey water. They loved it. Next time will try with more dates or some honey or something. But thank you for the great recipe!
Anna Dimou 2 years ago
except that I burnt it a bit,because I didn't know the right temperature. in Greece where I live we dont have in hovens 350 degrees. well yeah except that is excellent! quite tasty!
Michelle A. 2 years ago
I think the dates I had were extra big, I counted the dates, I didnt measure them. It was sweet enough without the stevia. I put a 1/2 teaspoon of instant coffee and cocoa powder instead of chocolate. They were perfect. This is going to be my go to recipe when I need chocolate dessert
Elizabeth R. 2 years ago
Super yummy, dates make it sweet and a bit jammy. Big crowd favourite.
Wood 2 years ago
It tastes like there is no sugar
kimbot 2 years ago
Those were the worst!! Dry and tasteless! By 4oz did you mean 1/2 Cup? 4 oz is 1 1/2 Cups! Not sweet
Olivia 2 years ago
Very chocolatey! They taste great, especially with ice cream or milk. The only downside for me was how mine turned out a little dry. Maybe I baked them for too long or I needed to add more dates and that might help. Otherwise my family enjoyed this recipe!
Cristina Macasio 2 years ago
I like the recipe...taste good and healthy im always baking the recipe in cakes ,brownies, foods they are yummy.
koolkat200249366 .. 2 years ago
soooooooo good ! even my little brother thats a junk food junkie loves these. i'm craving these! they are perfect brownie quality like at the store. I did 2 Tbsp of maple + 1 tsp of vanilla extract instead of the vanilla stevia. i also did 8 tbsp (1/2 cup) of unsweetened cocoa powder. they come out perfect!
Virginie Noël N. 3 years ago
Easy and very good ! My kids loved it ! I added some chocolate frosting with good results. Definately one for the recipe books!
Jodie L. 3 years ago
Perfect! I brought me to a dinner with friends and no one believed that they were paleo! I didn't make any modifications , but mine were not fudge, I tank it is because I used the blender and let them run to get time air, and I added walnuts, so yummy!