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The secret to a good keto brownie comes down to a few things; Dutch processed cocoa, espresso and salt. Those ingredients combine to make a super-rich chocolatey dessert that doesn’t need much else.
Of course, once you get the basic brownie down pat, you’ll never have to worry about finding another brownie recipe ever again.
If you don’t have Dutch cocoa powder, you can also use normal cocoa powder, but the brownies won’t be as dense.
Of course, however, you’ll have to increase the erythritol to a quarter more than the amount of Nuvia.
I usually keep these in an airtight container and munch on them for up to 7 days. I have frozen a batch before, and they actually defrost really well, so go ahead and store some in the freezer for a prolonged brownie.