Sweet Treats

Vegan Gluten Free Almond Flour Brownies


10 minutes


30 minutes



Everyone loves a classic brownie, but finding a good gluten free option/recipe can be challenging. Just because you’re avoiding gluten, shouldn’t mean that you have to sacrifice the goodness of an amazing brownie. These Almond Flour Brownies are delicious, gluten free, and vegan. I gave these to five different people to sample and no one believed they were vegan and not made with regular flour or loads of white sugar. Now I’m not saying these are healthy but they are the perfect treat for when you want to treat yourself or your BF/GF this Valentine’s Day. 

Why you’ll love these Almond Flour Brownies 

  • They’re easy to make – only 12 ingredients!
  • They are gluten free 
  • That gooey chocolate is TO DIE FOR
  • This recipe can be made in one bowl 
  • So damn good with ice cream
  • Can make a keto variation if need be by subbing the sugar

How to make Almond Flour Brownies 

These Almond Flour Brownies are so easy to make. People will think you’re some bad ass professional baker, and they’ll have no idea just how easy it is to make good tasting, gluten free baked goods. Grain free baking doesn’t have to be time consuming, and you shouldn’t have to sacrifice the delicious flavour we all love about brownies. To make these brownies it’s so simple, all you need to do is:

1. Preheat your oven and line a 8X8 baking tin with parchment
2. In a large mixing bowl, add your egg replacement and water. You’ll want to prep this first and let it sit for five minutes for the perfect consistency
3. To that same bowl (yep, seriously one bowl for this recipe) add the remaining wet ingredients and stir it up

4. Then time for the dry ingredients, stir those babies in but don’t over stir it! Just enough so everything is well combined
5. Pour the batter into the baking pan and flatten using the back of a spoon so it’s nice and smooth
6. Top with yummy chocolate chips evenly before baking for extra chocolatey goodness

Why almond flour?

I love making baked goods that we know and love in a way that can be consumed by everyone, and that’s why using almond flour is a great alternative when you have someone in your household that has a gluten allergy, or if you’re just trying to avoid gluten yourself. I’ve had some terrible gluten free brownies and I just don’t feel like you should have to miss out on delicious brownies because of your gluten intolerance! 

For this recipe, to make it grain free, I used Bob’s Red Mill Almond Flour which you can easily find in your local Whole Foods. Almond flour can be used in replacement of regular white flour, and is made from whole, blanched sweet almonds which are notoriously healthy by providing us with a good amount of manganese and vitamin E. Plus, they add a healthy boost of protein and are low in carbs. Using almond flour can be a great way to bring the healthy components of almonds into your diet, and you can’t even taste the difference! 

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How to Video:



Vegan Gluten Free Almond Flour Brownies

  • Author: Maria Koutsogiannis
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 30 minutes
  • Total Time: 40 minutes
  • Yield: 9 1x
  • Category: Sweet Treats
  • Cuisine: Vegan



Wet ingredients:

2 Bob’s Red Mill Egg replacements + 4 tbsp. warm water

1 cup brown sugar

1/2 cup peanut butter

1/3 cup maple syrup

3 tbsp. almond milk

2 1/2 tbsp. melted coconut oil

Dry Ingredients:

1 cup almond flour

3/4 cup cocoa powder

pinch of sea salt

1 tsp baking powder

1 tsp vanilla


1 cup mini dark chocolate chips


Preheat oven to 350F and line an 8X8 baking tin with parchment, lightly grease and set aside.

To a large mixing bowl add your egg replacement and water.  Stir till combined and let sit for 5 minutes.

To the same bowl, add the remaining wet ingredients and stir till well combined.

Now add all your dry ingredients and stir till well combined.  You don’t need to over stir, just till the wet and dry are combined and there is no excess flour.

Pour the brownie batter into the baking pan and flatter using the back of a spoon.  Top with chocolate chips (evenly) before baking for 30-35 minutes (toothpick test works great).

Remove from oven and let rest in the pan till cooled.


Keywords: best, chocolate, easy, free, fudge, recipe, gluten, sugar, vegan

Lauren Marinigh

These are so yummy and full of chocolate. What I love is I don’t feel AS guilty eating these versus regular brownies that have way more sugar (and gluten). The perfect treat!

These brownies were absolutely incredible. The perfect edges and the most delicious gooey inside but not too gooey. You just have to try them to understand!!

So glad you loved these as much as we do Alex!

Madara Sauka

I loved how easy it was to make this delicious goodness! Had to keep myself from eating the whole thing 🙂
My husband totally loved it!

Isn’t it just the best! So glad you loved this recipe!

Elisa Boyd

Nothing I love more than a sweet treat I can feel good about eating and giving to my kids! I love how easy they are to make and aren’t full of sugar and junk like the stuff in the store!


Loved this! I subbed two flax eggs, used 3/4 cup sugar instead and added walnuts into the mix. Froze half of the batch after it was baked and it was perfect thawed as well. Will definitely be making these again!

YES!! This makes me so happy, thanks for the love, Janet!

Sara Woodlands

10/10 amazingly delicious. And SO EASY. One bowl. How WICKED is that?!? A single bowl?!?!?

Will definitely be gaining a few pounds eating the ENTIRE pan!

HELLL YEA!!!!! I love how easy this recipe is too! AND SO FOOL PROOF!!


These brownies are so addictive, I just can’t get enough. Thanks so much for this easy recipe.

Sophia Stephens

Ok, wow, these are unreal! Thanks so much for the recipe!

Thank you so much, Sophia! So glad you love them!

Love some fudgey brownies like these!! A perfect go to, healthier version, of a house staple recipe.

Thank you so much for the love, Janice!!!

These brownies taste as good as they look! Both delicious and beautiful

Thank you so much for your love, Jill!! That means a lot!!

Lorie Sorensen

These turned out just like pictures. Soooo delicious. Will add walnuts next time.;)

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