- 4 eggs (separated)
- 2 tablespoons cocoa powder
- 3 tablespoons honey (or more if you like it sweeter)
- 1 dash vanilla
|Calories130Calories from Fat45|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
joanna 1 Apr 2018
Sprinkled some mini choc chips on top and added some baking soda to the batter. Delish!
Adriana Chirinos Castro 15 Jan 2018
Loved them! The texture is obviously not as a regular brownie but they are delicious and the best thing is that they are healthy. I add some pieces of semi sweet chocolate and with the 2 tbsp of honey was perfect.
Christel D. 20 Apr 2017
My 3-year old devoured these. Tears were only averted with the promise to make more tomorrow. I used a 18cm / 7" square tin.
Zara W. 23 Jul 2016
Really nice, love these brownies as they are gluten free and really light and if you add melted chocolate to the top they are so good ❤️
Jennifer L. 8 Apr 2016
I had my suspicions that's this would taste like eggs because eggs were the main ingredient. I was correct, this tastes like chocolate eggs. I am not fan. Plus, the recipe doesn't state which size pan to use. I used a 13x9 and they were like crepes! Meh not going to make these again.
Ashlee M. 18 Feb 2016
Not very happy with this recipe. Turned out tasting like a chocolate crepe with and odd texture. Don't think I would make it again even though it is a healthier recipe
Charlotte C. 13 Feb 2016
I was glad that I found slow calorie brownie recipe but was a little disappointed to find that they just tasted like chocolate omelettes. In my opinion, it was too much work to whip egg whites for the okay taste.