Blonde Brownie Bites

As far as deserts go, this is one of the healthiest out there, and truly incredible. Of course, it’s still a desert, still a treat, and you shouldn’t eat it all in one serving. But, you don’t need to feel guilty for enjoying it.

  • High protein & low glycemic
  • Has all the goodness of coconut, which is known to help with things like inflammation, dementia and weight loss (and so much more).
  • Ghee (clarified butter) is considered a healing oil to ingest in small quantities on a regular basis, to keep your body healthy and lubricated.
  • Chocolate comes from a plant, and is most commonly known for soothing the inner beast (ie: it raises your serotonin levels) =)
  • Practically raw, no-bake (because it’s easier and preserves the health benefits of coconut)

Gluten-Free, Low-Glycemic Brownie Bites Recipe


By Catrina Marie Published: January 28, 2014

    It's just like a blonde brownie, but healthy.



    1. Warm the water, salt, sugar, oil, ghee and vanilla at a low temperature on a double boiler.
    2. Once all the ingredients have melted into the water, add the oats and stir it up, keeping it slightly warm until the oatmeal expands into the majority of the liquid.
    3. Mix in the almond flour, shredded coconut, and protein powder until it's a cookie dough like substance.
    4. Let it cool down most of the way and add in a half cup of your favorite unsweetened chocolate chips.
    5. Scoop into table spoon sizes and roll them into balls in more shredded coconut.
    6. Place on wax paper on a cookie sheet and store in the fridge to set.