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  1. Adrienne Patterson on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    Dani, this looks incredible!! After going on an AIP meal plan for health
    reasons last June, the biggest thing I miss eating is brownies!! Thank you
    so much for sharing this. Your video editing is so fun and vibrant. Loved
    the visual of the difference between the butter and the avocado. And your
    description was so fun when you said, “The flavor is chocolate chocolate
    chocolate with a little kiss of banana.” Love that!! You use fresh,
    descriptive language that makes me want to try this recipe out ASAP. Hope
    your projects are going well! ~Adrienne

  2. Kim E on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    I too have all the ingredients on hand. I cannot wait to make these
    brownies. Thanks Dani!!

  3. Ericka arredondo on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    mmmmm yummy!

  4. Erin Johnson on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    I’ve been using coconut flour for the past few months, but now I notice I
    get stomach aches when I eat things with coconut flour?. Any ideas why?

  5. BaileyLovesMangos on March 11, 2016: (Reply)


  6. Collect The Toys on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    Great video. Can you sub the coconut flour for anything else? I can’t have
    coconut flour or almond just wondering what you would recommend.

  7. Melissa L on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    I’m so excited to try this!! ?

  8. Angie Hall on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    If I don’t need them gluten-free, can I just the same amount of traditional

  9. Sonia Cordeiro on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    Oh my word. These look so good. Thanks for the recipe!

  10. Christina Miller on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    will this work with agave syrup?

  11. Prosto Indira on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    Hi! Thank you! Can I use honey not maple ?

  12. I'm JustMe on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    I am so trying this!

  13. pmb5005 on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    Could I use rice flour? These look delish!

  14. StarfishintheRcckPool on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    Mine are in the oven right now and if they taste as good when they come out
    as the batter did, they are not going to last long! The only problem is, is
    that they will not cool down before bedtime… BTW I subbed the cocoa power
    for carob powder. Thank you for another fab recipe!

  15. Ninjalilly on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    I can’t wait to try this! I’ll need to pick up coconut flour. They probably
    have it at Wegmans.

  16. Jen Chapman on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    Look so good! I’m allergic to banana & avocado though. Can I swap out for
    butter and applesauce though?

  17. Ce Ce on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    I thought this was vegan until you added in it some eggs ????

  18. Erin Hunnicutt on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    I can not wait to make these! I also found a recipe online for some sweet
    potato brownies. Maybe I’ll just make both & then I might have enough to
    share 😉
    I seriously love you Dani!

  19. Lau Rz on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    can i use almond flour instead?

  20. Yazzi H on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    Thank you looks yummy

  21. Rori Hoo on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    Wow these look amazing ? definitely making these for my kids

  22. Go Getter-Girl on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    Hi Dani, Wow, Wow and Wow!!! I can’t wait to try these!!! I LOVE
    BROWNIES!!! They look soooo delicious and decadent!!! Looks like I found
    my new go-to brownie recipe!!! Thanks and Cheers!!! GGG

  23. Jose Navarro Espinoza on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    All those vegans complaining about the eggs ?

  24. Gzpo on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    Amazing, Dani! Thanks!

  25. AnastasiaBeaverhausen on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    I panicked immediately after you said you could taste the banana. Thank dog
    for apple sauce in with the save. :)

  26. FitAnge S on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    I love avocado brownies Dani. I’ve made them with apple sauce before but
    I’m going to make them with the banana. Mmmmm they look fabulous.

  27. Katie82817 on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    This might sound crazy but could I sub oat flour for coconut?

  28. My Fussy Eater (Ciara Attwell) on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    These look incredible! Can’t wait to try them!

  29. Kyle Melendez on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    i wish you were my mom

  30. MewMew0077 on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    Hey Dani do you calculate the calories and such in these? If so a few
    others and I would really appreciate the information

  31. Hermione Potter on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    Hi can we use oat flour or almond flour or wholewheat flour?

  32. Peter Purvis on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    I’ve seen that putting more fat and less flour will give you a denser
    fudgy-er brownie, does the same go for this recipe?

  33. NapturalButtafly on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    I can’t wait to try this! tfs

  34. M2brSaA on March 11, 2016: (Reply)


  35. crysmrosas on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    can I use regular flour??

  36. Subhajeet Shaw on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    i am gonna try this…

  37. Amino Wellness on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    seriously???? I NEED to make these!!!

  38. The Shrewd Servant on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    Thanks for sharing another great looking recipe I can’t wait to try. I’m
    thinking of adding in some PB2 so they’re peanut butter banana brownies

  39. Luvallthingsbeauty on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    I need to try these! I have done black bean brownies but never this recipe.

  40. Belle784 on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    Your dessert recipes are always on point Dani! I’ll be trying these this
    weekend…can’t wait!

  41. kpizzle801 on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    is there any way I could make this vegan? can I omit the egg?

  42. Durand Offrey on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    Dani, how do I make these without the eggs?

  43. Wejdan Mina on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    can I omit the eggs in this recipe???

  44. Rawrx 4u on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    what do I use to replace eggs

  45. Chin Man Chung on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    This is amazing!!!!!

  46. Fajer njr on March 11, 2016: (Reply)

    woooo! I want to make ’em. Did anyone try them? How are they?

  47. weazerrr on March 12, 2016: (Reply)

    Can I use honey instead of maple syrup and plain flour or fine blended oats
    instead of coconut flour?

  48. Valentyna vasylenko on March 12, 2016: (Reply)

    omg thank you so much for the recipe! 😮 i am going now to do it 🙂 i am so
    excited, it was some time ago that i ate a cake xD and its good to know
    that it is a healthy cake ^^ :D

  49. Dinah on March 12, 2016: (Reply)

    Can i use agave instead of maple syrup?

  50. Samantha Jane on March 12, 2016: (Reply)

    I will totally be adding these into my meal prep this Sunday! I love how
    approachable you make healthier recipes

  51. Yogadivasdivinelife on March 12, 2016: (Reply)

    Can you substitute almond flour for coconut flour? Thanks for the recipe.
    I’ll be making it this weekend!

  52. Rae on March 12, 2016: (Reply)

    These look so good! I’ll probably add a side of strawberries, I love the
    taste of chocolate and strawberries. Love your recipes!

  53. Courtney McFarland on March 12, 2016: (Reply)

    Yum yum yum

  54. Madison Keeley on March 12, 2016: (Reply)

    totally gonna try these this week, though i think i’ll use applesauce so i
    won’t confuse my family with the banana taste hahaha. sounds super good

  55. Edward Sarah Matthews on March 12, 2016: (Reply)

    Ohhhhh!!!!!!! Top that with a scoop of Banana ice cream!!!! yummmm!

  56. Karen Mutoro on March 12, 2016: (Reply)

    Great video and information as always. I love the lip color, you look extra
    beautiful today?

  57. Zoichka on March 12, 2016: (Reply)

    Just made them and they’ve got a bit of a bitter after taste. I mightve put
    too much salt and too much maple syrup.. they’re still good though! I
    replaced the banana with unsweetened apple sauce.

  58. MissB1016 on March 12, 2016: (Reply)

    these look sooo good!

  59. Katy Klyn on March 12, 2016: (Reply)

    I gave these a try today and it made a chocolate cake, not a brownie. It
    tastes fine but I was thoroughly disappointed. :(

  60. Fares Touma on March 12, 2016: (Reply)

    I’ve heard that Avocado could turn bitter if you heat it ? Is that right?

  61. Tamiris Bortowski on March 12, 2016: (Reply)

    hey you!!! eager to try this one!! 😀 can it be freeze?

  62. Poonam T on March 12, 2016: (Reply)

    I can’t find the full recipie on the website.

  63. Maira Ishak on March 12, 2016: (Reply)

    can i use honey instead of maple syrup ?

  64. June Rasheed on March 13, 2016: (Reply)

    Hi. Dani. can i use another flour , instead of coconut flour. This Brownie
    looks delicious.

  65. Mariangela Pontieri on March 13, 2016: (Reply)

    Made these @cleananddelicious ?they were great! Thanks!

  66. LOLLINGsel on March 13, 2016: (Reply)

    they look amazing!
    where i live i cant find coconut flour thought (just shredded coconut ) can
    i substitute it with normal flour? and in which amount?

  67. Anna Banana on March 13, 2016: (Reply)

    can I substitute the eggs?

  68. GhoulishCop on March 13, 2016: (Reply)

    I made these yesterday. They are really very good. You don’t taste the
    avocado at all, and for me it was the barest hint of banana flavor so even
    people that don’t like or want the taste of bananas don’t have to fear
    them. What I like best is that unlike regular brownies, these don’t get
    hard when left out, but stay nice and moist. Excellent recipe!

  69. spoonb16acrx2003 on March 13, 2016: (Reply)

    so glad ur back, can u do more meal preps and lunch ideas for work. that’s
    the hardest thing for me is what to have for lunch

  70. Cooking Lessons for Dad on March 13, 2016: (Reply)

    I need to try those! The calorie comparison between butter and avocados is

  71. May Buboo on March 13, 2016: (Reply)

    I just tried these and they taste really good. I was really hesitant trying
    these but I have never gone wrong with your recipes so I went for it. I
    have had the horrible experience of tasting cooked avocado and I was
    constantly pausing to decide whether i should continue and risk all the
    other ingredients. But I did, because I trust you and it was worth it.
    Thank you!

    Also, anyone who is hesitant about this recipe they taste great! I used
    Applesauce and they were delicious!!It’s interesting how you can’t taste
    the avocado at all and the brownie turns out so rich!

  72. Amanda Stanley on March 13, 2016: (Reply)

    I just popped these in the oven! I’m taking care of someone who just got
    home from the hospital (they can eat normally) and are craving some real
    flavour! I added a tablespoon of melted dark chocolate into the batter for
    a little more of a treat.

  73. vanillahearts62 on March 13, 2016: (Reply)

    I made these today. My oven cooked them a bit more than yours, so they
    weren’t ooey gooey, but they were still ok. Definitely not as rich as a
    regular brownie, but very chocolately, so if you are craving chocolate, it
    is a good fit. I wouldn’t say reach for it if you were craving brownies
    though. I think they are too different. But I really appreciate a healthier
    recipe, and one that contains coconut flour to boot! Thank you very much
    Dani :)

  74. Nancy Khuu on March 13, 2016: (Reply)

    This is such good timing. I was looking for ways to use up my coconut flour
    that I never seem to use, some over roped bananas and I’m craving brownies.
    Perfect! I might try to switch to half maple syrup half sugar free syrup
    though. Hope it won’t change the taste too much.

  75. M Rawles (MsKnitSew) on March 13, 2016: (Reply)

    Can cacao powder be used instead of cocoa?

  76. T Sheikh on March 14, 2016: (Reply)

    Any idea on how many calories these have?

  77. GetFitwithMindy on March 14, 2016: (Reply)

    I have never tried avocado in my brownies. Very intriguing and it looks so
    moist and amazing!

  78. Nina Guttapalle on March 14, 2016: (Reply)

    If I were to sub in whole wheat flour instead of coconut flour, how much
    would I need?

  79. lisa Nyendo on March 14, 2016: (Reply)

    must try!!

  80. Project Sexier on March 14, 2016: (Reply)

    Can u add walnuts for crunch? Or too fatty?

  81. Csilla Brimer on March 14, 2016: (Reply)

    I just made these, I loved them, it made 12, 154 cal each. My husband said
    he can taste the Avocado a little bit, but I could not. Delicious and

  82. Ana Hartog on March 14, 2016: (Reply)

    Thank you very much for your video recipe and your email! I love it’s
    ???????greetings from Holland?

  83. Jeeen H on March 15, 2016: (Reply)

    Yum! Really love this recipe! Will give it a try

  84. Evelina Kokoszka on March 15, 2016: (Reply)

    Is a large avocado roughly 1 cup?

  85. Oggie60 on March 15, 2016: (Reply)

    Think I might add some protein powder as well. Probably need to add another
    egg if I do so that the consistency stays perfect.

  86. heidyhihi on March 16, 2016: (Reply)

    made it this morning, used regular plain flour and it still turns out
    great! it was moist and super yummy. It was guilt free !! thank uuuu

  87. carina2244 on March 16, 2016: (Reply)

    Dani, you sold me on healthier brownies when I made your almond butter
    brownies (boy, were they good). One question, I’m not a maple syrup fan,
    can I swap it with honey?

  88. Dana Jomaa on March 16, 2016: (Reply)

    with what can i replace the syrup please?

  89. Au coin de Simour on March 16, 2016: (Reply)

    can i substitute coconut flour for almond flour? im not a coconut person..

  90. Mandy Knight on March 16, 2016: (Reply)

    I made these today and they were really bitter. I used raw cacao powder
    instead of cocoa. Should I have cut back since it was cacao?

  91. CrisdelaG on March 16, 2016: (Reply)

    any suggestions to substitute coconut flour?

  92. Justin Yang on March 16, 2016: (Reply)

    will u taste the apple sauce?

  93. Michelle Dunbar on March 16, 2016: (Reply)

    Making them now for after school snack :)

  94. c0nfidentl0ser on March 17, 2016: (Reply)

    can you replace the coconut flour with oat flour? or almond flour?

  95. Sisi Yip on March 17, 2016: (Reply)

    is oat flour ok with this recipe too??

  96. Golf Dude on March 17, 2016: (Reply)

    Made these on the weekend and although they tasted great, I found them to
    be a little on the cakey side and dry ! I was looking for them to be dense
    like a regular brownie….any suggestions ?

  97. Ahneza on March 17, 2016: (Reply)

    I really want to make those but can I replace flour with rice flour if so
    how much ? big thanks :)

  98. Stacey Price on March 17, 2016: (Reply)

    what else could you use besides coconut flour my husband is allergic to
    nuts and I want to be on the safe side. Thanks

  99. spanish_regime_4hundred on March 18, 2016: (Reply)

    Black bean brownies and now this, yum! Healthy and delicious.

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