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No Bake Carrot Brownies (Sugarfree, Gluten Free, Vegan)

Looking for a no bake vegan brownie recipe, which is also dairy free? Is there someone with lactose intolerance at home? Or has someone turned vegan in your relatives? Or are you allergic to chemicals and preservatives that cause histamine sensitivity? Well, this carrot brownie is just for you.

Instant, vegan, gluten free, and quick to process, the carrot dairy free brownie is what you are looking for. What's more, you do not need to worry about sampling any artificial flavorings here. The recipe uses no baking powder or soda. Enjoy the carrot vegan brownies and indulge in fruity goodness.
no bake carrot vegan brownies


This is an atypical brownie with all the healthy ingredients that make it fudgy, nutty,healthylicious, and chocolaty. Frankly, I have never had brownies all my life and I do not know what to name this sugar-free beauty. But having seen so much craze for brownies in Gen Y and Gen Z, I wanted to give it a try. So I had to come up with something that is healthy and satiates our taste buds. Did the recipe disappoint? Not me, not hubby, not even mom! What more do I want?
no bake brownies

Ingredients 1 carrot 4-5 dates 1/4 cup- papaya 2-3 grapes (optional) 1/2 cup- almond powder 1/2 cup- desiccated coconut powder) roasted nuts of your choice (I have added roasted almonds, pistachios, sunflower seeds)
1 tbsp- cocoa powder (or more for an intense chocolaty flavor) - optional/you may skip it if you do not like chocolaty flavor
You may even include 1/4 cup oats powder if you want to add the fiber content here.
glutenfree brownies

How to make no bake carrot brownies Vegan, Gluten Free, Dairy Free

Blend all ingredients in a processor until the mixture comes together. I added cocoa powder later, but you can add everything in one go. You can add chopped nuts after for crunch. You will love the crunch for sure. Refrigerate for 1 hour and cut into pieces. The longer you refrigerate, the harder it will get and set better. Enjoy the gluten free vegan brownies guilt free. The no bake carrot brownies are fudgy and gooey, with the goodness of fruits and nuts. These brownies are dairy free and perfect for those suffering from lactose intolerance. This glutenfree recipe is a must try for those with celiac disease.

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