You’re going to absolutely love these delicious and easy-to-make Best Ever No-Mixer Brownies for Passover
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This post will be short and sweet, but all that really matters is that I’m sharing my most requested pesach brownie recipe!
The photo you see here is the fudgy brownie recipe in my first cookbook, Something Sweet. Two years ago, before pesach, I decided to convert these incredible brownies to a flourless version for passover. I demoed the no-flour version on Instagram, and have been getting rave reviews ever since. People keep asking me, over and over, for an easy to find, printable version of the recipe. So here you are. Super easy, no-mixer, best-ever fudgy brownies for Passover! Print it out, email it to everyone you care about, and save it to wherever your best recipes get saved. Trust me. This one’s a keeper.
Tip: you may want to double the recipe…it’ll disappear very quickly!
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- 1 cup oil
- 4 eggs
- 2 cups sugar
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- ½ teaspoon baking powder
- ¼ teaspoon sea salt
- 1¼ cups dutch process cocoa powder
- ⅔ cup potato starch
- ⅔ cup almond flour OR ground almonds
- Preheat oven to 325. Grease a 9x13 pan with non-stick cooking spray. Set aside.
- In a large bowl, whisk together all ingredients until smooth. Pour into prepared baking pan.
- Bake for 35-4o minutes, until the top is set.
- These brownies freeze nicely in an airtight container.
Like this recipe? You’ll also love these passover desserts:
Flourless Fudge Cake Without Butter or Margarine
Flourless Chocolate Banana Muffins
Flourless Carrot Walnut Cloud Cookies
Caramelized Nut Cookies for Passover
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Rochel Leah says
Can i skip out the almond flour/ or almonds?
Cyna Gilden Reisman says
What if you cant use nuts? Can it just be eliminated or or substituted?
You can’t use baking powder for Passover!
You need to get baking powder that is certified kosher for passover. It’s widely available in kosher grocery stores.
What can I use instead of almond flour and ground almonds for allergic people?
Natali Webman says
I used a mixer because the batter is extremely thick. I wouldn’t be able to mix this by hand. Very fudgy which is good. The batter was pretty thick and a little tough to spread in the pan but overall good for a pesach recipe.
Arna Beloff says
Can I get away with 2 regular eggs and 4 egg whites?
If I use less sugar–say 3/4 cup, do I decrease the oil as well? Recipe looks great and simple.
I do not recommend reducing the sugar by that much. The cocoa is very bitter which means it needs the sugar to balance it out. These brownies are not super sweet.
OH. EM. GEE! These are the best brownies, ever, hands down! Even my go-to chometz recipe (that always gets rave reviews) can not stand up to these! We halved the recipe and made them in an 8×8, and I wish I had had enough eggs left to make a whole recipe! My husband and I ate almost the whole pan just over Shabbos! No doubt, we will be making these year round. Best brownies ever!
Great recipe, so easy, so yummy!!!
My husband said he couldn’t believe these were Pesach brownies. I’ll be making these brownies all year long! Excellent!!
We have nut allergys , what can I use instead of almond four
I don’t know of a good nut free substitute that I could recommend that would work here.
Can you sub potato starch for flour for non-Pesach?
Yes you can.
Could these be made without baking powder and vanilla if we don’t use it on passover?
What can I sub for the potato starch? Can I use an equal amount of almond flour instead? Thanks Miriam! Can’t wait to try these.
I haven’t tried it with almond flour – I am not sure it would be quite the same. Another starch like tapioca or arrowroot would be a better sub. I’ve done it without dredging and it’s good that way too.
Chaia Frishman says
This is hands down the best Pesach and year round brownies recipe. Stock up on almond flour my friend.
These brownies are amazing! I made 3 batches so far for Pesach, and chag hasn’t even started yet. Thank you so much for a great recipe.
I’m not sure what I did wrong here but I followed the recipe completely. The brownies came out dry and crumbly. Very disappointing 🙁
AMAZING! So easy to make, easy ingredients, and DELICIOUS. Not sure why but they needed an extra 10 minutes for the top to solidify. I was nervous when I took them out but they were PERFECT. Everyone kept calling them chametz brownies 😂 Thank you!!!
So we decided to do a brownie taste test this pesach and this recipe not only wins the no mixer best brownie but best overall pesach brownie! Thank you! The fact it’s mixable in one bowl is a super plus! I didn’t use quite so much cocoa powder (just about 2/3 cup) but it was so so good.