These little brownie batter bites are so delicious! Enjoy the taste of brownies in an easy, no-bake treat. Make a batch of these gluten free, vegan chocolate treats to pack in lunches or to enjoy as a quick snack.
“You know what? I think that I like cookie and brownie batter more than I like cookies and brownies!”
That’s what my younger son said this week after eating a couple of these brownie batter bites. Who doesn’t love cookie dough or cake batter?
I know that there are different opinions on whether or not it’s okay to eat raw batter. Some people are worried about the raw eggs, and some people are worried about the raw all purpose flour. There’s a chance that either of those things could contain harmful bacteria.
The good news is, these brownie batter bites don’t contain any of those ingredients! No need to be worried about the safety of this batter.
What do you need to make gluten free and vegan brownie batter bites?
The ingredients are super simple:
- oat flour
- vegan buttery spread
- cocoa powder
- brown sugar
- chocolate chips
How do you make these bites?
- Simply place all the ingredients in the food processor, and process until smooth.
- Take a spoonful of batter and roll it into a ball. Place on a plate. Repeat with the remaining batter.
- Place in the refrigerator to chill.
Can I use a different flour other than oat flour?
I think most flours would work out okay in this recipe. If you prefer to use all purpose flour, you should heat it in the oven first in order to kill any harmful bacteria. Although I haven’t tried it, I think that grain free flours like coconut flour or almond flour would work out fine in this recipe.
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Brownie Batter Bites (Gluten Free, Vegan)
These no-bake brownie batter bites are so chocolatey and delicious! These make an easy treat to pack in lunches or enjoy as a snack.
Place all ingredients in the food processor except for the chocolate chips.
Process on high speed until the batter comes together. It should be a thick, pliable consistency.
Stop the food processor and add the chocolate chips. Process again for a few seconds just to blend them in.
Take spoonfuls of the batter and use your hands to roll into a ball. Place on a plate. Repeat with remaining batter.
Eat right away, or chill in the refrigerator to get a firmer consistency.
Store leftover bites in an airtight container in the refrigerator. They should last for about 5-6 days.
These could also be frozen for up to three months.
Other ideas to add to these brownie bites:
- ground flax seed
- pumpkin seeds
- any nut or seed butter you like
- sprinkles on the outside