03-11-20 | Food | snacks |

Get ready for healthy brownie madness

Ever since I can remember I l-o-v-e brownies! There’s something so satisfying about it and therefore I had to come up with a healthy version of the original brownies. And guess what: we have a winner! This recipe makes dense, fudge and light brownies: sugar-free and made with clean ingredients only. Bake the ultimate skinny low-carb healthy brownie in only 20 minutes!

Though I try to stick to my diet for 80% – 90% of the time, I have my weak moments that I’m just craving something sweet.. Something with chocolate! Do you feel the same? With this recipe you just found you’re best way out. Healthy eating doesn’t mean you have to skip a sweet snack. These healthy brownies are guilt-free and will satisfy your sweet tooth. Pinky promise girls – so go ahead and treat yourself 😉

Please let me know in the comment section below if there are more snacks you would like me to create a healthy & skinny recipe for!


– 1 egg
– 1/2 cup cocos oil
– 30 gr. Big train low-carb brownie mix
Serves 2 brownies


  • Energy: 569,9 kcal
  • Protein: 4,7 g
  • Carbs: 11,6 g
  • Fat: 58,2 g
  • Fiber: 3 g


1. Pre-heat oven to 175C.
2. Use a small pan to heat the cocos oil until melted.
3. Use a bowl and add the melted cocos oil, 1 egg and the brownie mix. Stir the mixture well.
4. Place the mixture in a baking tin and put it in the oven.
5. Bake your healthy brownie for 15 minutes and next allow the pie to cool down a little. Remove it from the tin and simply cut out little brownies.

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  • Samm

    I have a question. The recipe says 1/2 cup of cocos oil. Can you tell me how much gramms or ML that is? I want to have the perfect recipe for perfect brownies.
    Oh and the brownie mix you use is sold out at the moment. Do you have other alternatives?
    Love your site!

    • Carolina van Dorenmalen Post author

      Hi sweety!

      1/2 cup of cocos oil is similar to 120 gr. 🙂
      I’m so sorry to hear the brownies mix is sold out, but don’t worry it will be back in stock asap! Won’t take too long for you to enjoy these brownies!

      With love,

  • Suzanne

    Hi there!

    I have a question. The recipe says 30 gr of Big Train. Shouldn’t it be 300 gr?

    • Carolina van Dorenmalen Post author

      Hi sweety!

      Thank you for raising your question 🙂
      The 30 gr. of Big Train is serves 2 pieces of brownie. Depending on how much you would like to make you can add more!

      Enjoy it!

      With love,

  • Dagmar

    Hey Carolina!

    Kan je de kokosnoot olie ook vervangen door arachide olie?


    • Carolina van Dorenmalen Post author

      Hi Dagmar!

      Bedankt voor je berichtje en wat leuk om te lezen dat je de brownies wilt maken 🙂
      Ik moet eerlijk zeggen dat ik niet bekend ben met arachide olie, dit is een soort pinda olie ofzo? Ik heb echt geen idee dus wat het met de smaak doet en of het qua structuur dezelfde functie heeft.

      Kokos olie is overigens heel handig om in huis te hebben – vind ik -, omdat het voor zoveel te gebruiken is. Misschien kan je erover nadenken om eens een potje te proberen? 🙂

      Fijne dag en liefs,

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