Paleo Fat Bomb Coconut Brownies (gluten free and dairy free)

Paleo Fat Bomb Coconut Brownies

Paleo Fat Bomb Coconut Brownies

I made these paleo fat bomb coconut brownies to take to a Paleo blogger potluck party. They are very rich and decadent even though they are gluten and dairy free. For a lighter recipe make sure to use blanched almond flour that have the skins removed. These paleo fat bomb coconut brownies have coconut shreds and walnuts to add texture but both can be left out, if desired. Don’t worry that it will taste like coconut because the cocoa will cover up the flavor if you do not like it. Also using expeller pressed coconut oil is very mild and can be not be tasted even by my husband who is not a big coconut oil fan.

Paleo Fat Bomb Coconut Brownies

3/4 cup cocoa (or organic cacao)

2 eggs (organic and pastured is best)

1/2 cup maple syrup or raw honey

OR 1/2 cup organic birch xylitol or 2  tsp stevia powder extract (for lower carb)
(xylitol FAQ here)

1 cup coconut oil, melted

1/2 cup full fat canned coconut milk

1 tsp vanilla extract

1 cup almond flour, heaping (blanched is best)

1/2 tsp baking soda

1/2 cup shredded coconut

1/2 cup walnuts, chopped

(always use organic ingredients when possible)


Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

Mix the cocoa, eggs, sweetener, coconut oil, coconut milk and vanilla in a bowl.

In another bowl combine the almond flour, baking soda, shredded coconut.

Mix the two bowls together and pour into a square baking dish.

Bake for 30 minutes and cool for 15 before serving.

Makes 9 brownies.

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lCaitlin Weeks BA, NC, CPT is a full time blogger and author. She has many years of experience as a Certified Nutrition Consultant, C.H.E.K. Holistic Lifestyle Coach, and professional personal trainer in San Francisco, CA. Caitlin has had success conquering obesity after a lifelong struggle with her weight. Since 2009 she has been winning the battle against Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis using a Paleo diet. She truly believes in the mind- body connection for healing and is certified EFT practitioner. She is committed to educating others about the benefits of traditional/ancestral foods and efficient exercise.

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  1. Karen says

    I made these over the weekend. They are delicious but, sadly mine did not hold up at all. I ended up individually packaging them and I’ll have them with almond milk as a cereal. Is there something I can add to the recipe to help them hold together?