Healthy White Chocolate Brownies

Brownies are great and all, you can never have too many brownies.  Or chocolate.  Or dessert of any kind, really.  BUT, what about the white chocolate lovers?  What about that creamy, milky, silky WHITE chocolate??  😳  That’s where these Healthy White Chocolate Brownies come in.  They’re pure and white, fudgy and delicious, and sweet and chocolatey…  just without the cocoa powder or melted milk/dark chocolate.

Healthy White Chocolate Brownies (sugar free, gluten free, dairy free, eggless, vegan) - Healthy Dessert Recipes at Desserts with Benefits

Seriously.  These Healthy White Chocolate Brownies are da bomb  😍

Healthy White Chocolate Brownies (sugar free, gluten free, dairy free, eggless, vegan) - Healthy Dessert Recipes at Desserts with Benefits

Healthy White Chocolate Brownies (sugar free, gluten free, dairy free, eggless, vegan) - Healthy Dessert Recipes at Desserts with Benefits

No one would ever know they’re sugar free, gluten free, dairy free and vegan!  🙌

Healthy White Chocolate Brownies (sugar free, gluten free, dairy free, eggless, vegan) - Healthy Dessert Recipes at Desserts with Benefits

Healthy White Chocolate Brownies (sugar free, gluten free, dairy free, eggless, vegan) - Healthy Dessert Recipes at Desserts with Benefits

Healthy White Chocolate Brownies (sugar free, gluten free, dairy free, eggless, vegan) - Healthy Dessert Recipes at Desserts with Benefits

After finally perfecting a healthy brownie recipe, I thought I would make a little spin-off dessert recipe and make a delicious white chocolate version.  And guess what?  It is freaking ahhhmazing.

I love it.

Clearly  💁🏻

Healthy White Chocolate Brownies (sugar free, gluten free, dairy free, eggless, vegan) - Healthy Dessert Recipes at Desserts with Benefits

I used gluten free sorghum flour instead of cocoa powder, I used cacao butter instead of butter and melted chocolate, and I added some more vanilla extract for a more intense flavor.

The result?

Absolutely mouth-watering brownies (blondies?) that are firm when you hold them but soft and fudgy once you bite into them.  You can taste that rich cacao butter too.  It really tastes like there is some white chocolate hiding somewhere inside the blondies!

This recipe is THE solution to your dessert craving.

Too much dessert?

IMPOSSIBLE  😎

9 brownies

Healthy White Chocolate Brownies

Ingredients:

Directions:

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit and line an 8x8" brownie pan with parchment paper both ways.
  2. In a small bowl, whisk together the oat flour, sorghum flour, baking powder and xanthan gum.
  3. In a large bowl, whisk together the applesauce, erythritol, melted cacao butter, warm almond milk, vanilla extract, stevia extract, butter flavor and salt.
  4. Dump the dry ingredients over the wet ingredients and whisk well.  Mixture should be smooth pourable.  Mix in the optional white chocolate chips, if using.
  5. Pour the mixture into the prepared pan and tap the pan on the counter a few times to level it out.
  6. Bake for 40 minutes, or until the center of the brownies spring back when tapped.  Let cool, then wrap with plastic wrap overnight to set.  The next day, bring the brownies out to room temp for about an hour, then slice and serve!  Store tightly wrapped with plastic wrap at room temperature for up to 2 days.  You may refrigerate or freeze them in sandwich bags, but they will harden when cold.  To soften them quickly, just pop them in the microwave for ~10 seconds!

Notes:

If you're in love with white chocolate, or if you're not used to dairy-free/vegan white chocolate treats, I'd suggest adding the ½ cup of white chocolate chips.  If you're vegan but want some more decadence, there are vegan white chocolate chips available!  You can also use chopped up Homemade White Chocolate (recipe in my Naughty or Nice Cookbook) -- it's not vegan but it's sugar-free!

Here is the recipe’s nutrition label:

Healthy White Chocolate Brownies (sugar free, gluten free, dairy free, eggless, vegan) - Healthy Dessert Recipes at Desserts with Benefits

Here are pics of my first trial.  These brownies were good, but they dried out and hardened like bricks the next day:

Healthy White Chocolate Brownies - Desserts With Benefits

Healthy White Chocolate Brownies - Desserts With Benefits

Nothing a little melted white chocolate can’t fix, though  😏

Healthy White Chocolate Brownies (sugar free, gluten free, dairy free, eggless, vegan) - Healthy Dessert Recipes at Desserts with Benefits

Prescription Directions:

Eat 1 brownie every morning (2 if needed), as directed by food blogger, Miss Jessica  😜

16 comments on “Healthy White Chocolate Brownies

  1. I love white chocolate. I have been searching for ones without butter! Thank you so much for sharing. I must try soon!

  2. I never heard of butter extract before! I’m learning about all sorts of new products through reading your blog 🙂 I love the photos; they are quite lovely.

  3. Desserts with Benefits fan :)

    THIS LOOKS SOOOOOO SCRUMPTIOUS! I know this is kind of random, but you must really love raspberries! I just realized they are in many of your photos, lol!

    P.S. l love the new website design!

    • dessertswithbenefits

      Yes, I love raspberries 🙂 They always add a burst of color and a feeling of healthfulness and nutrition to pictures!

  4. Ah the pictures of the white chocolate dripping down the brownies, so amazing!

  5. I finally made this and wow they are delicious! I used brown rice flour in place of the sorghum and it worked out fine. You weren’t lying about these getting hard (I guess it’s the cocoa butter?), but 30 seconds in the microwave and they come out perfect! I think I’ll going to make another batch soon. 🙂

    • dessertswithbenefits

      Yeah, I blame the cocoa butter 🙂 But other than that I’m glad the different flour worked and I’m glad you liked the recipe!

  6. I can’t have chocolate and LOVE white chocolate. I am so making these this weekend! Thanks for sharing!

  7. I made these today (as soon as my cocoa butter arrived in the mail haha) and my goodness are they ever fabulous.
    Minor changes:
    3T cocoa butter and added an extra bit of applesauce
    188g/1c erythritol + 3/4t stevia extract
    As I don’t have chocolate extract, I used SweetLeaf’s chocolate stevia
    As I don’t have ener-g, I used 20g white chia seeds + 90g unsweetened almond milk. The little bit of crunch from the chia seeds somehow works perfectly in these 🙂

    • dessertswithbenefits

      Rosalie- YAY! I’m so glad you liked the “brownies” … the chocolate stevia was a great idea and so was the chia “egg,” I seriously need to try that now 🙂

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  9. Hey, I don’t have Ener-g egg replacer, can I just use three normal eggs?

  10. Is there another flour that can be used instead? Sorghum is to high on the GI. Any thoughts?
    Thanks

    • I haven’t tried replacing the sorghum flour here but I suppose you can try more oat flour instead? No gluten-free flour is easily interchangeable, but I think it’s worth a try! The brownies aren’t incredibly high glycemic due to the healthy fats, complex carbs, fiber and protein, though! 😀
      -Jess

  11. I always thought white chocolate was DISGUSTING. Too sweet, too artificially tasting. YECK! But when I discovered Greek yogurt white chocolate chips, I was able to rethink a bit and started warming up to the whole white chocolate schabang. This recipe looks really good though. It probably will convert me!

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