PALEO BROWNIES | fudgy dairy-free & gluten-free brownies

PALEO BROWNIES | fudgy dairy-free & gluten-free brownies

Paleo brownies are rich, chocolatey and fudgy brownies that are an easy dessert recipe. You’ll never know that they’re gluten-free and dairy-free because they’re so decadent and delicious.

Top these brownies with flake sea salt or a scoop of ice cream and strawberry sauce for the perfect Valentine’s Day recipe. Then wash them down with an ice-cold glass of my homemade almond milk or cashew milk. The best brownie recipe – oh yes!

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  1. Hi guys! I've been teasing this recipe on Instagram (and eating way too many brownies) for the last two weeks so I'm happy to finally share it! It's an easy brownie recipe that I think you'll love. And it's perfect for Valentine's Day. Enjoy! xo – Lisa

  2. Thank you for this recipes . I’m really love brownies.

  3. Can I only use coconut flour or almond flour instead Of tapioca?

  4. Can I substitute the tapioca/coconut flour for rice flour or will it ruin the texture of the brownies?

  5. Hello my father in law is gluten intolerant, and is allergic to all nuts and is allergic to eggs. Can you please assist me to find deserts that I can make for him or with him? I would love to see desert videos from you that would be very helpful.

  6. I want it too be low carb so no tapioca flour. What can I use to substitute

  7. Calories per each square?

  8. What kind of chocolate chips did you use? I'd love to make these for a friend who is allergic to gluten and dairy !

  9. I'm glad I found this recipe. Can't wait to make these.

  10. Man the dirty spoon on the counter really hits me hard 😫

  11. Cab we use insteed of tapioca flour other flour? Thx

  12. My whole life I have been looking for a good brownie!

  13. Can I use tapioca pearls to make tapioca flour or will that change the texture?

  14. Can I substitute tapioca flour? as I think one of my boys might have allergy to tapioca

  15. You position eco-friendly products, a healthy lifestyle, the rejection of plastic, and immediately use a microwave and cut off half the strawberries with the handle (which is not at all economical and wasteful). Is it really impossible to just tear off the cutting? why cut half?

  16. I have lived in three different European countries and have never seen eggs not being fridged. Maybe you meant Asia because living in Asia I have def found out that they don’t fridge the eggs. Anyways great recipe will def try it out.

  17. I need to quit watching these in the mornings as I have no time to cook before work!! My hubby might actually get some brownies now – Thank You!!

  18. What cacao powder brand do you use? To many out there and some are no goid.

  19. Can I substitute tapioca flour with whole wheat pastry flour?

  20. I just made it, it’s perfect, thank you for making my life easier each day, awesome

  21. love your honesty, practicality and generosity. Great, informative and doable videos. PS. Love your diversity offering vegan alternatives…big thanks.

  22. Another gorgeous recipe and video, Lisa!!!

  23. Soooo I’m in the process of making these now! So easy and they smell soooooo good. I can’t wait for them to be ready 😋

  24. Lady where have you been all my life!! 🤤🤤🤤….i just fell in love with this channel 😂👍❤

  25. Can you make food so i can eat it

  26. It's funny, I made your flourless chocolate cake recipe and was in love, was sure it was my new go to favorite. Then you created brownies…. evil woman :D. I love these. I used my heart cookie cutters to cut them into heart shapes and did a snow white icing sugar glaze with little tinny snowflake accents and got the two thumbs up from my niece and nephew! Just took over a few for my mom's neighbor as well, otherwise I would probably have a sugar crash 😀 I plan on making a batch to take in on my first day at my new p/t job in March! Thanks for working so hard, no just for what we see, but for what we don't. Have a great week Lisa!

  27. Looks delicious! However in my opinion this recipe is still loaded with sugar even tho most of u will argue that it's natural sugar I still think it's too much.

  28. Recently subscribed. I Love your channel. Your kitchen is beautiful, I am going back to watch all of your videos.

  29. Can you replace sugar with maple syrup or blended dates?

  30. The brownies look 👀 so good 😊. Thanks for sharing 🌸

  31. I came across you on YT and im Sooooooo glad I did!! I am trying to organize my kitchen and learn some healthy meals for my family members and I. So I will be getting started with your inspiring ideas to make our kitchen minimal. I think that will help with desiring to cook more coming into a nice kitchen. I would also be interested if you decided to do a video on how you recycle items . , Thank You again!!

  32. I don't have that flour, can I use plain gluten free flour instead?

  33. GOOD LORD GURL THESE BROWNIES ARE AMAZING!! I just made these and they're the best brownies I've ever had! I used monk fruit in place of sugar and Lily's sugar free chocolate chips and it was just as good. Thank you for taking the time to find amazing healthier alternatives to old decadent classics!

  34. Ahhh! I just made these with the only adjustment being I had no solid sugar-so I used creamed honey and added an extra 1/8 cup tapioca flour….turned out AMAZING! So yummy!!!!!!! Every recipe I try of your turns out SO WELL, your videos are so great!

  35. Just wanted to start off by saying that I really enjoy watching your videos and the quality of them is amazing!
    I was curious to see if you can possibly make a video discussing your cookware material that you use and possibly sharing anything you know about the toxicants of bad cookware.

  36. Love this, really trying to avoid sweet things but sometimes you really need something! And thanks for giving non Paleo alternatives as I'm observing a Paleo diet but quite flexibly 🙈

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