No-Bake Keto Brownie Bites {Paleo, Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Vegan}

These keto no-bake brownie bites are not only super fast and easy, but they are perfect for snacks, desserts, lunchboxes, or anytime really!

Keto No-Bake Brownie Bites - Main Picture

I’ve decided that no-bake treats – such as these keto no-bake brownie bites and my peanut butter bites – are going to be my new jam. They are A-Mazing! While I love my baked treats as much as the next girl, when you’re a busy mom no-bake treats are a lifesaver. And I have tons of ideas for different energy bite flavors so just get ready!

Not only are these super fast and easy, but they will satisfy the fiercest of chocolate cravings and are perfect for snacks, desserts, lunchboxes, or anytime your kids say they’re hungry – even if they just had a snack and dinner is almost ready. Kids -at least mine anyways- are ALWAYS hungry and these are perfect to keep around the house for them (and mom!) to munch on. Plus, they are full of fat and protein and low in sugar so they will keep your kiddos full for longer, hopefully until dinner 🙂

Keto No-Bake Brownie Bites - 2nd picture

can these be made paleo?

Yes! The only ingredient that’s not Paleo compliant is the erythritol. So to make these grain free and Paleo simply replace the erythritol with Coconut Palm Sugar – however then they will not be Keto.

How many carbs do they have?

As written, these have about 4.6 carbs per ball. However, a reader kindly pointed out that if you exchange the walnuts for pecans the carb count is only 1.68 per ball – YAY! I’ve included the complete nutritional information for both versions below 🙂


Looking for more No-Bake Keto/Low-Carb Desserts? Check out these Chocolate Covered Macadamia Nuts, Snickerdoodle Cheesecake Bites, and these Keto No-Bake Cookies-N-Cream Fat Bombs from Gnom-Gnom!

Also, you might want to check out my Keto Cornbread & Stuffing and my new Keto Breads Cookbook! It has 21 keto bread recipes to satisfy all your carby cravings – but without the gluten, grains, OR dairy and nut free options for each recipe!!!

Keto No-Bake Brownie Bites

These no-bake keto brownie bites are not only super fast and easy, but they are perfect for snacks, desserts, lunchboxes, or anytime really! And to make them lower carb you can sub pecans for the walnuts 🙂
4.89 from 9 votes
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Course: dairy free, Dessert, gluten free, keto, paleo
Cuisine: American
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Prep Time: 15 minutes
20 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 18
Calories: 110kcal


  • 1 Cup Whole Walnuts
  • 1/8 tsp. Sea Salt
  • 1/4 Cup Cocoa Powder
  • 1/2 Cup Almond or Peanut Butter
  • 1/4 C Erythritol or Swerve or granulated sweetener of choice
  • 2 Tbsp. Coconut Flour or as needed
  • 1/4 Cup Enjoy Life Dark Chocolate Chips or chocolate chips of choice
  • 1/2 tsp. Pure Vanilla


  • In the bowl of a food processor add the walnuts and sea salt. Process until walnuts are finely ground.
  • Add the cocoa powder, nut butter, vanilla, and Swerve (or sweetener of choice) and process until well combined and batter starts coming together.
  • Depending on the thickness of your nut butter you may need to add coconut flour to help bind everything together. If so, add the coconut flour 1 Tbsp. at a time, and process until well combined, until you achieve the right consistency. (if you add too much flour, just add in a splash of non-dairy milk)
  • Pulse in the chocolate chips.
  • Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  • Roll the dough between the palms of your hand to form small balls and place on the parchment paper.
  • Place the baking sheet in the freezer for 10-20 minutes or until firm.
  • Store in a sealed baggie or container in the refrigerator.
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A reader commented that to make these lower carb you can sub the walnuts for pecans and the nutritional info will be as follows:
kcal: 98.3
net carbs: 1.68 ( 7.65g carbs – 2.29g fiber – 3.68 sugar alcohols = 1.68 net carbs each),
fats: 9.14g.
Nutrition Facts
Keto No-Bake Brownie Bites
Amount Per Serving
Calories 110 Calories from Fat 81
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 9g 14%
Saturated Fat 1g 5%
Sodium 17mg 1%
Potassium 98mg 3%
Total Carbohydrates 5g 2%
Dietary Fiber 2g 8%
Protein 3g 6%
Vitamin C 0.1%
Calcium 3.2%
Iron 6.9%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Nutritional information is approximate and may vary.


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Posted March 30, 2018 by Cassidy in Bars & Snacks, Desserts, Egg Free, Keto, Paleo, Vegan / 50 Comments


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50 responses to “No-Bake Keto Brownie Bites {Paleo, Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Vegan}

  1. Alana

    Have you made these without the nuts? If so do you know the net carbs? No worries if you don’t. Thanks

    • No I haven’t, but I’m not sure they would work without the nuts because they are one of the main ingredients, sorry!! And not I don’t have the net carbs, sorry again!!!


    • Hi Adel, sorry I don’t have the nutritional breakdown 🙁 But if you go to they have a recipe calculator where you can find out! Adding the nutritional content is something that I’m looking into adding to my site but I haven’t got it done yet, sorry.


  2. Katie

    I made these today and I got 18 quarter sized balls. I substitutes pecans for the walnuts to lower the carb count. With my ingredients and serving size they are:
    kcal: 98.3
    net carbs: 1.68 ( 7.65g carbs – 2.29g fiber – 3.68 sugar alcohols = 1.68 net carbs each),
    fats: 9.14g.

      • Hi Katieforte! I’m in the process of adding nutritional information to all of my recipes but it’s not quite finished yet. However, a reader commented that she got 18 quarter-sized balls out of this recipe and if using pecans instead of walnuts the nutritional info is as follows: cal: 98.3
        net carbs: 1.68 ( 7.65g carbs – 2.29g fiber – 3.68 sugar alcohols = 1.68 net carbs each),
        fats: 9.14g.
        I hope that helps!!!

  3. Dianna

    Since you have to process the walnuts or pecans to a fine ground, could you use almond flour instead?

    • Hi Dianna! You probably could use almond flour, but I haven’t tried it and am unsure of the amount. When I process the walnuts or pecans it’s not nearly as finely ground as almond flour, it has a bit of texture to it. I use the nuts as a binder so I’m unsure how much almond flour you would need to use to hold them together. If you try it let me know!!!


  4. Joyce Wlliamson

    I just made these and am anxious to try them. I used walnuts and chunky peanut butter. No chocolate chips but did use the caocao powder. I’ll let you know if I like them!

    • YAY Coraly I’m so happy you liked them!!! Thanks for taking the time to leave a review 🙂 I have a sweet tooth too so I need me some keto desserts!

    • I haven’t sorry!! If you try them with honey let me know how it goes! I have made them with dates though. The link to the recipe with dates is at the top of the post under the first picture 🙂

  5. Tyana

    I’m so sorry, Cassidy. I’ll edit again my post that belongs to this recipe. I’m so sorry. Really Sorry. But, thank you for your advice.

    • Hi Vanessa! We’ve always eaten them within the first few days so I can’t say for sure, but I’d guess they would stay good around a week in the fridge – or could maybe even be frozen 🙂 If you try freezing them let me know how it goes!


    • Hi Doreen!

      I don’t really know much about low Fodmap so I can’t say – sorry!!! We follow more of a Paleo/Keto way of eating and I’ve never done any research on low fodmap, even though I should because I’ve heard it’s really beneficial!

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