Healthy Edible Brownie Batter

Healthy edible brownie batter is fudgy, chocolatey, and super satisfying with that sweet craving hits! Vegan, gluten free, and dairy free, too!

top shot of edible brownie batter in a white bowl on a plate with fruit and crackers

If you are anything like me you have to resist licking the bowl and spatula when you are baking with eggs. I know many people say that have done this for years and they are just fine. But i really don’t want to get salmonella if I don’t have to, ya know! 

With this brownie batter recipe, it’s totally safe to eat whether you are licking the bowl or dipping and turning it into your favorite fruit dip. 

Just about anyone can enjoy this tasty snack because it’s vegan friendly, gluten free, and dairy free! You don’t even have to feel guilty when your little ones want to indulge! 

I served brownie batter with fruit at Isaiah’s first birthday party, and let me tell you, it was a hit! 

If you like no-bake treats like this one, be sure to try my edible cookie dough that is also made without eggs and is vegan friendly.

no egg brownie batter in a white bowl with strawberries

Healthy Edible Brownie Batter Ingredients 

  • almond butter – for a nut-free version you can try using a seed butter instead
  • maple syrup – could swap for honey or agave if you need to
  • cocoa powder
  • oat flour
  • almond milk (any milk will work)
  • salt
  • vanilla
  • mini chocolate chips

How to Make Healthy Brownie Batter Without Eggs and Brown Sugar 

Combine all of the brownie batter ingredients into a large mixing bowl except for the chocolate chips. 

Mix with an electric mixer or spoon until all of the ingredients are combined. 

Transfer the batter to a serving dish and sprinkle with mini chocolate chips! 

brownie batter made without eggs on a serving tray with cookies and fruit

How to Serve Brownie Batter 

  • As a fruit dip
  • With sweet crackers (graham or animal crackers)
  • Cookies 
  • Pretzels
  • Topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream 
  • Drizzled with a sauce – chocolate syrup, hot fudge, or caramel

Tips for Making and Storing 

  • Add more milk if you prefer a thinner texture or add more oat flour if you like it thicker.
  • Store leftovers in an airtight container for up to 5 days. 
  • If it’s too thick after being chilled, you can re-whip it with a mixer or stir in a little more milk.
  • To freeze, place the batter in a freezer-safe container or ice cube tray for up to one 1 month. Before serving let it thaw in the refrigerator overnight.
close up of edible brownie batter in a small bowl with berries and a cracker

Can You Use a Box of Brownie Mix?

I have not tested the batter using a box mix, but I’m sure you could. You would just need to omit the flour and cocoa powder.

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top shot of edible brownie batter in a white bowl on a plate with fruit and crackers

Healthy Edible Brownie Batter

Healthy edible brownie batter is fudgy, chocolatey, and super satisfying with that sweet craving hits! 
4.72 from 7 votes
Course Dessert
Cuisine American

Ingredients
  

Instructions
 

  • Add all ingredients except chocolate chips to a medium mixing bowl and mix with a spoon or hand mixer until combined. Add more milk if you prefer a thinner texture or add more oat flour if you like it thicker. Pour in a serving dish and sprinkle with mini chocolate chips. Serve with your favorite fruit, cookies, or pretzels. Enjoy!
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2 Comments

  1. 5 stars
    I tried this for the first time and it was fantastic! I don’t typically like “dough” type desserts, but this certainly changed that. It is so flavourful and yummy without being overly sweet. It is so easy to make too.

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