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Oatmeal Brownie | No Flour, No eggs, No Butter

Oatmeal Brownie | No Flour, No eggs, No Butter

2022-09-26
3.5 Stars (582 Voters)
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Healthy oatmeal brownie recipe that anyone can make at home. This oat brownie is vegan, free of processed sugar, eggless, doesn't contain butter or flour. Perfect guilt free dessert.
DIFFICULTY
Easy
YIELDS
12
PREP TIME
45 Minutes
WORK TIME
5 Minutes
RECIPE CUISINE
World
INGREDIENTS FOR YIELDS

  • 1/3 cup (80g) Peanut butter
  • 1/2 cup (120g) Maple syrup
  • 1/4 teaspoon Salt
  • 2 cups (480ml) Milk of your choice
  • 1 teaspoon Vanilla extract
  • 2 cups (180g) Rolled oats
  • 1/4 cup (30g) Cocoa powder
  • 1 tablespoon Ground flaxseed
  • 1 teaspoon Baking powder
  • 1/3 cup (60g) Chocolate chips
DIRECTIONS

  1. Preheat oven to 180C (350F). Prepare 8-inch (20cm) square baking pan.
  2. In a large bowl mix peanut butter and maple syrup until smooth.
  3. Add milk, salt, vanilla extract and mix until smooth.
  4. Add oats, cocoa powder, ground flaxseeds, baking powder and mix until combined.
  5. Add chocolate chips and stir.
  6. Pour the batter into prepared pan, sprinkle some chocolate chips on top and bake for 40 minutes or until set.
  7. Allow to cool for at least 10 minutes before serving.

COMMENTS (31)
  • J
    Jean
    9/26/2022

    Can nuts be added? I hope will taste like boiled oatmeal cookies that I use maple flavoring rather than vanilla.

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    Yuri
    9/27/2022

    I'm baking now. But I'm afraid of constancy for this liquidity to baking pan . Looks totally liquid !! Are you sure it is gonna be making right ??

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  • D
    Donna Drury
    3/8/2024

    I just made them & took out of oven. They are VERY moist because batter is so thin. Thinking they will be thicker after cooling.

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  • Y
    Yuri
    9/27/2022

    Up dated.It was nothing to worry about. It is totally successful !

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  • S
    Susie
    9/28/2022

    Before I make this delicious recipe, I was wondering if the nutritional value is available?

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    Phyllis Jennings
    1/6/2023

    Nutrition info?

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    Hannah
    1/7/2023

    Just made! But substituted maple syrup with 80 grams of stevia and used soy milk instead of regular. delicious!

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    Theresa Cvikel
    1/10/2023

    Could you please give nutritional information.

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  • A
    Alyssa
    1/12/2023

    Can you leave out the peanut butter?

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  • M
    Maria
    1/14/2023

    Made the brownies and it was awesome. How do you store them? Fridge or leave out?

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  • C
    Carrie
    1/16/2023

    Do you need to refrigerate leftovers?

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  • S
    Stacey Jackson
    1/22/2023

    This is a great recipe! Turns out moist and delicious and nice texture. Thanks!

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  • r
    rachael
    2/1/2023

    This is the nutrients list I got from putting the recipe into a calorie tracker. 169 calories per serve. 24.9gm cards, 6 9gm fat, 3.9gm protein, 11.9gm sugars. I used unsweetened coconut milk

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  • V
    Vicki
    3/8/2023

    Hi, is the nutrition list based on the entire batch or individual pieces?

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  • P
    Philbert
    2/19/2023

    Meh they aren’t anymore near brownies. They are unsweetened oatmeal bread.

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  • M
    Mae
    3/3/2023

    These were ok, but fell apart easily. Some oat or gluten free flour, or even a mashed banana would have probably helped keep everything together. This is more like an oatmeal bake than anything. Good, but not exactly a brownie.

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    Jackie
    3/5/2023

    I think what may be a game changer would be to make a ‘flax egg’ (1 Tbsp flax with 3 Tbsp water and let it sit for a few minutes to thicken) with the flaxseed instead of just dumping in the flax meal. This should help to hold it together, although I have not made this specific recipe yet.

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  • J
    Jeanie
    3/8/2023

    can this be doubled to fit a 9 x 13 pan?

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    The Cooking Foodie
    3/12/2023

    Yes

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  • M
    Manon Macnamara
    4/21/2023

    Can you freeze and should it be kept in the fridge

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    The Cooking Foodie
    4/24/2023

    Yes, you can freeze it after baking. You can keep the brownies in the fridge.

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  • A
    Aleksandra
    4/21/2023

    Just put it in the oven, can’t wait to try! I blended half of the oats for a smoother texture. Thanks for this recipe!

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  • T
    Tracy Davis
    7/24/2023

    Did blending half of the oats work?

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  • J
    Jennifer
    4/25/2023

    Definitely not a brownie. But that's okay, if you reset your expectations. This makes a kind of baked chocolate oatmeal. I've been putting it on top of my plain Greek yogurt for breakfast.

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  • C
    Claire
    7/20/2023

    Could I put an egg instead of flax seed?

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  • S
    Svetla
    9/6/2023

    Hi and thank you! It's a really good recite! What can I substitute the peanut butter with? It's not one of my favorite tastes. Is walnut butter OK? Thanks

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    The Cooking Foodie
    9/12/2023

    Yes, you can use any nut butter.

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  • S
    Svetla KT
    9/12/2023

    It's very, very good! Thank you! Great recipe!

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  • D
    Donna
    3/4/2024

    Thinking you may need to blend the oats to make a flour??/

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  • T
    Terina
    5/4/2024

    I used oat flour worked well.

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  • T
    Toni
    3/8/2024

    Could the oats be blended? Is this suitable for diabetics?

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