No added sugar brownie batter recipe

Healthy & Delicious Low-Calorie Brownie Dip

This low-calorie brownie dip is so delicious and creamy, you’ll never believe it has no added sugar! Ready in less than 5 minutes, you’ll be satisfying your sweet tooth with this healthy brownie dip in no time! 

No added sugar brownie batter recipe

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Why you’ll love this recipe

  • No-bake and only 4 ingredients for a quick and easy sweet treat. 
  • Stevia can easily be swapped for other low-calorie sweeteners. 
  • One serving has 5 grams of protein and 3 grams of fiber to help keep you full and satisfied. 
  • So rich and decadent, you’ll never believe it’s only 80 calories and has no added sugar! 

What you’ll need

Cocoa Powder: Any unsweetened cocoa powder will work for this recipe. In addition to the deliciously decadent flavor, cocoa powder also adds powerful antioxidants to this brownie. 

Cocoa is rich in polyphenols which studies have found to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. Choose dark chocolate if you enjoy the flavor, as it generally contains more antioxidants than other types of cocoa. 

Peanut butter powder: Peanut butter powder is low in calories and fat, but has all the peanut butter flavor you love. While the fat has been removed, you’ll still get a hefty dose of protein at 6 to 8 grams per 2 tablespoons. Some peanut butter powders can have up to 3 grams of added sugar, so make sure to read the label or purchase a no-added-sugar peanut butter powder

Oat Flour: If you don’t have oat flour on hand, don’t worry! You can easily make oat flour from either old-fashioned or quick oats. Just pulse the oats in a blender or food processor until they’re ground down to the texture of flour. 

Oat flour adds soluble fiber to this recipe, which can help to slow the absorption of sugar into your bloodstream for an even rise and fall in blood sugar. 

Stevia: Using stevia in this recipe adds all the sweetness, but none of the sugar and calories that sweeteners like table sugar, honey, or maple syrup add. You only need just a pinch for this brownie, since stevia is 200 to 350 times sweeter than table sugar. You could also use other non-caloric sweeteners like erythritol or allulose if you don’t have stevia on hand. 

How to Make Low-Calorie Brownie Dip

  1. In a small bowl, mix the peanut butter powder, oat flour, cocoa powder, and stevia together. 
  2. Slowly add the water and whisk until a creamy dough begins to form. Add the water 1 tablespoon at a time to avoid the batter getting too thin. 
no added sugar no bake Healthy brownie batter dip recipe


What Sugar-Free Sweeteners Can I Bake With? 

There are so many sugar-free or low-sugar sweeteners on the market, it can be confusing to know which one to use. An important thing to know is that not all of them are great to bake with. Try some of these low-calorie sweeteners when baking:

Stevia: Stevia is the non-nutritive sweetener used in this recipe. It’s naturally derived from the stevia plant and adds zero calories or sugar. While the taste doesn’t change when baked, it won’t brown or caramelize like table sugar does when heated. 

Allulose: Allulose is a naturally-derived sugar that does have some calories and carbs, although not enough to make much of an impact. At 0.4 calories per gram, it’s significantly lower in calories than table sugar which has 7.0 calories per gram, making it a great low-calorie sugar alternative. Allulose is a great choice for baked goods and cold desserts as it looks, tastes, and acts just like table sugar. 

Erythritol: Erythritol is a sugar alcohol, which makes food sweet, but doesn’t have any calories or effect on blood sugar. Instead of absorbing erythritol, it travels through your digestive system intact. It works well in baked goods, but shouldn’t be used for desserts that will be cold or frozen since it tends to form large crystals at cold temperatures. 

Monk Fruit: Monk fruit is a zero-calorie sweetener derived from the monk fruit plant. As it’s 100-200 times sweeter than table sugar, it can be tricky to use in baked goods that require a certain volume of dry ingredients. Purchase powdered monk fruit that says it can be used in a 1:1 ratio or liquid monk fruit as a substitute for recipes requiring liquid sweeteners.

What Should I Eat With This Low-Calorie Brownie Dip?

Fresh strawberries
Apple Slices
Rice cakes

Why This Recipe is Better Than Boxed Brownies

You’ll have a hard time convincing me that this isn’t the best recipe for when a brownie craving hits. Not only is this brownie dip full of rich flavor, but it’s also lower in calories and sugar. Rather than making several portions at once and eating more than you intended, you’ll have one perfect portion to enjoy.

I don’t know about you, but when a brownie craving hits I want it now, not in 30 minutes! This brownie dip comes together in only a few minutes and is so adaptable, you can throw it together no matter what you have in the house. 

Looking for other healthy ways to satisfy your chocolate craving? Try one of these decadent low-carb desserts!

S’mores Chocolate Baked Oats

Chocolate Peanut Butter Keto Milkshake

Low Carb Chocolate Banana Bread

Keto Chocolate Cake 

OK, so are you ready to enjoy the most delicious (and nutritious) brownie dip ever? Go grab those four easy ingredients & let’s get started. And after you try it (and hopefully love it like I do), remember to give it a 5-star rating & share it with me on Instagram by tagging me @ErinPalinskiWade

no bake Healthy brownie batter dip recipe with no added sugar

No Bake Healthy Brownie Batter Dip Recipe

This no bake brownie batter dip recipe contains no added sugar and makes the perfect indulgent, healthy snack
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Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Diet: Diabetic, Low Calorie
Prep Time: 2 minutes
Total Time: 2 minutes
Servings: 1
Calories: 79kcal


  • A small bowl



  • In a small bowl, mix together dry ingredients. Add water gradually to form the dough. Slowly add water 1 Tbs at a time until reaching the desired consistency. Top with dark chocolate chips if desired and enjoy! 


Can substitute stevia with erythritol, allulose, or monk fruit if desired. 
To make oat flour: pulse rolled or quick oats in a blender or food processor until it reaches a powdered consistency. 
Serve with: fresh strawberries, bananas, apples, pretzels, crackers, or rice cakes.


Calories: 79kcal | Carbohydrates: 13g | Protein: 5g | Fat: 2g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 53mg | Potassium: 118mg | Fiber: 3g | Sugar: 1g | Vitamin A: 25IU | Calcium: 19mg | Iron: 1mg
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