Jan
10
2013

Flourless Primal Pumpkin Almond Brownies

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Primal Brownies

Great news! You don’t need sugar, flower, and junk to make a brownie… and why would you want to?

…One that will add weight to your thighs, make you feel guilty after eating “just one”, and give you false promises nutrition and empty lies calories.

…One that will undoubtedly taste good on the outside but wreck havoc on the to your insides.

No, no. The great news is here! (Oh, oh! And flourless!)

Primal Pumpkin Flourless brownies

Now you can have all a brownie that won’t make you feel guilty, won’t add pounds to that frame, won’t tell you any nutritional lies. The only lies this brownie may insinuate is that it’s filled with sugar, flour, blah! Nope. It’s just pretty damn good… and healthy!

But we both know that’s not a lie, right?

Make these Primal Pumpkin Almond Brownies now. 

Rich, delicious, decadent, ooey, gooey, GOOD. But don’t let those naughty thoughts go to your head… it’s just a brownie. ;)

Primal Almond Brownies

Yum, yum, yum, yum….

 Primal Date Pumpkin Brownies

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Anne J January 10, 2013 at 8:22 PM

aaaaaand now you bring me some??

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Lori January 11, 2013 at 8:39 AM

Yeeeeeeeeeeees!

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Amy January 11, 2013 at 4:34 AM

Made these last night … They are amazing and I love that they are so fudge-like instead of tasting like a nut flour. Definitely will be making these again!

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Claudine February 10, 2013 at 4:37 PM

I am in disbelief that your brownie is soooooo good. I am a chocoholic from way back and who can say no to a Brownie? So this morning, on a wee farm in Australia I made a batch of your Pumpkin Almond brownies and they are scrumptious, delicious and I think you are so clever. I am going to give the red velvet brownies a go for Valentines day.
Your site is fabulous, thanks Lori x

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Lori August 25, 2013 at 7:56 AM

SO glad you liked them and so glad that the solved that chocolate-tooth of yours. Did for mine! ;)

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Kimberly Cole January 12, 2014 at 3:57 PM

Hey there!
I made these yesterday and while they were good, they were sort of a cake consistency and a little on the dry side. Any suggestions to make these more moist/fudgy? :)

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Lori January 13, 2014 at 8:38 PM

Adding in olive oil would probably help give them a more moist texture. Fat always helps with baked goods on the dry side. Sorry about that!! Mine were definitely NOT dry so I wonder what the difference was when you made them. Possibly I had more fat in my almond butter? Or my dates were more plump, larger, or juicy… I say try again! ;) Good luck! Glad you tried them!

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