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But that’s totally not true. I want to use this blog to show that you don’t need to sacrifice taste and your favourite foods if you want to lose weight quickly. Sometimes, it just takes a little bit more focus and attention on what you eat, and you can achieve your goal of reducing your overall daily calories.
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Some of these recipes (indicated) will also be suitable for diabetics. In most of these recipes, alternatives have been used as replacements to make them suitable for diabetics. What’s great about the keto diet is that it doesn’t exclude any one individual. There will always be recipes like what I have on my blog!
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Snickers Brownie (Low-Carb, diabetic-friendlySugar-free!)
This is the first diabetic-friendly recipe in the list. While the original recipe suggests using powdered sweetener, I suggest swapping it out with erythritol (a natural, 0-calorie, low-carb, keto-friendly) alternative. Generally, you will want to use a 1:1 replacement ratio. So if the original recipe suggests using 3tbsp of powdered sweetener, you can opt for 3 tbsp of erythritol (or less). Because erythritol has no aftertaste, it makes for very good sugar/sweetener replacement. I do not advocate for stevia, however.
For non-diabetics, this brownie will probably be the last you ever need. So it makes me wonder why I even came up with this list. Then again, can we really have enough of such sinful delights?
- Calories: 248
- Total Carbs: 5.5g
- Net Carbs: 3.4g
- Fats: 22g
- Protein: 6g
Unlike the snickers brownie, this is a much more toned down brownie (in terms of richness of flavour). But don’t let its appearance fool you. It still tastes just as good. It tastes exactly like you would expect of a combination of cheesecake and a brownie. And it’s certainly not as dry as it looks to be because the cheesecake layer has a certain moisture that gels very well with the rest of the brownie.
Fudgy Keto Brownies (diabetic friendly, sugar-free!)
Another diabetic-friendly brownie recipe for you. It’s totally sugar-free. So you can consume them without any guilt whatsoever. In fact, the recipe already advocates for using erythritol.
These brownies are what I’d call W-T-F. What The Fudge. That’s how fudgy it is. It’s the moment when you open the oven doors, pull the tray out and cut them up. Nothing could get anymore fudgy than this. And it’s even ketogenic-friendly. What else can you ask for?
- Calories: 135
- Total Carbs: 1.32g
- Fats: 14g
- Protein: 2g
Flourless Keto Brownies
Have you come across a flourless brownie recipe before? It’s certainly a rare one because the consistency and texture of a flourless brownie is totally different and it’s not something most people will come to appreciate.
One big reason why people don’t use a flourless brownie recipe is because they’re afraid that there won’t be any structure to the brownie once you take them out of the oven. The flour is what gives the brownie texture and structure. Without it, it could crumble. But this recipe doesn’t. It holds very well while staying thick and fudgy.
- Calories: 86.94
- Net Carbs: 2.9g
- Fats: 8.05g
- Protein: 2.18g
Creamy Cheesecake Brownies (Gluten-free, Keto, diabetics-friendly)
Look at the brownies and tell me you’re tempted to start trying them out right now. I mean, just look at how beautiful it is! It’s another cheesecake brownie, and it’s certainly giving all the cheesecake brownies out there a really good reputation in our tummies.
Those with diabetes, you can rejoice because the original recipe has already taken into account a sweetener replacement: erythritol. Definitely give this a shot if you need a sugar-free brownie recipe.
- Calories: 155
- Total Carbs: 3.5g
- Net Carbs: 0.8g
- Fats: 15g
- Protein: 4g
1 Minute Low Carb Brownie
Oh yeah, who wouldn’t want an instant brownie recipe. I know I want it. In fact, I do use this recipe whenever I want a small snack just to satiate my hunger. I love it because it’s so simple, and it’s quick. You don’t even need anything but a mug.
It might be quick and easy but it doesn’t mean it’s not tasty. Give this a try and you’ll know what I mean.
Low Carb Chocolate Banana Brownies
Chocolate and banana is probably one of my favourite chocolate combinations around. This recipe fits that bill perfectly. In fact, I’d also suggest that you top this brownie off with some walnuts just to add some crunch.
I hope you enjoyed this list of really sinful brownie recipes. You’ll definitely be craving some brownies right now. Indulge yourself with these recipes and let me know what you think of them.
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