Healthy Chocolate Brownies | Vegan, No Bake

If you’re like me and have the biggest sweet tooth ever than I know you’re going to love these no bake vegan chocolate brownies. I love them because they take little time to make, hardly any clean up and best of all they completely satisfy my sweet tooth cravings without the guilt.

Energy balls are such a great snack to make ahead of time to store in the fridge or freezer so they’re ready when you need them. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been so grateful to have these premade waiting for me as I’m rushing out the door or just get home from work and need a grab n go snack.
chocolate brownies
I wanted to feature Nomz energy bites because they are not only AMAZE-BALLS but contain simple ingredients and in my opinion are literally just as good as homemade. Nomz energy bites are paleo, vegan, and gluten free. The ingredient that makes Nomz bites so good are the addition of pecans. I’ve never made my own energy balls with pecans and man have I been missing out.


Because I love this brand so much I reached out to the Owner Jana, and asked if she would participate in a giveaway for you guys. Well she graciously said yes and is giving away all 4 flavours to 3 lucky winners in North America. Enter into the giveaway box below for a chance to win these guilt free treats. This giveaway will be running for 2 weeks starting today.

But don’t worry if you’d like to pick a box of these Nomz energy bites today you can use my coupon code “healthnut” at checkout to receive 25% off your entire purchase.

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No Bake Chocolate Brownies

Chewy no bake chocolate brownie bites.
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes


  • 1 cup pitted medjool dates
  • 1/4 cup unsweetened cacao powder
  • 1/2 cup almond flour
  • 1/2 cup raw walnuts
  • 1/4 cup maple syrup
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 tablespoon of room temperature coconut oil
  • A pinch of sea salt optional
  • 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon optional


  • In a food processor, add in your pitted medjool dates and blend until you've reach a sort of date paste consistency.
  • Add, in your remaining ingredients except for the maple syrup and walnuts and pulse until you reached a smooth texture. Near the end you can slowly add in the maple syrup while its still blending.
  • Lastly add in your raw walnuts and pulse until the walnuts are crushed up to your liking.
  • Roll your chocolate brownie mixture into 1 inch sized balls and store in the freezer for 30 min before serving.
  • When you're ready to enjoy just pop them out of the freezer and let sit for a couple minutes before biting into 🙂


These no bake chocolate brownies will last in the freezer for a couple months in an airtight container so they don't get freezer burn.

 Comment below and tell me what no bake recipes you’d like to see next!

Happy Snacking…


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  1. I made these last night – they turned out AMAZING! I can’t wait to have my friends and family taste-test them!!

  2. Thank you so much for this sweet (literally) giveaway! your recipe looks yummy, my family is switching to a healthier lifestyle and these look like a great treat we would all love 🙂

    • Thanks for entering 🙂 ps. we have the last name ramos in our family too. Its my moms maiden name. Are you Portuguese?

      • I married into a Hispanic family (not sure as to where they originate from), although you would never be able to tell because through the years its been watered down to the point my husband is very white, just like me :)..,his dad is the closest to matching the Ramos name.

      • Thanks for entering 🙂 Have you tried the recipe I posted not too long ago for candied pecans? Its amazing you need to make it if you love pecans covered in sugar haha

    • I know soo good! Which is exactly why I needed to create a healthy version. Im going to experiment with a baked version next with either avocado, sweet potato or black beans in them.. havent decided haha

  3. Brownies are by far my favorite dessert and I am always looking for a recipe with a healthy spin! Can’t wait to try!

  4. These look AMAZING! Will def try them. My favorite dessert is chocolate cake with chocolate icing!

  5. Would love to try these they look so delicious! Your rendition looks great too. My fav dessert is tiramisu

  6. I really want to win these yummy nomz energy bites! They look so delicious. My favorite dessert is anything chocolate plus ice cream!!

    • you’ll love these! highly suggest picking up some boxes.. you wont be disappointed 😛

  7. These look amazing! I can’t wait to make them so I can try them! My favorite dessert is anything with fruit and chocolate! I love fruit and having chocolate with it is an added bonus!

  8. I love roasted apples with a touch of cinnamon! I also would love to try this recipe and the nomz vegan balls!!!

    • My cousin who is studying to be a baker just made a homemade apple pie a couple weeks ago.. I posted it on Instagram. It was so tasty!

  9. I absolutely have a huge sweet tooth and often find it difficult to curb such cravings. I often opt out for peanut butter on a banana or a big bowl of fruit but those donuts and weekend pastries are hard to resist.

    • Im the exact same.. I love sweets so i have to make my own healthy options to have at the house so I dont give into the nasty stuff

  10. Oops my name got autocorrected in my previous comment 🙁 . It’s actually Radhika. My favorite desserts are cheesecakes and brownies 🙂

    • cheesecake is my guilty pleasure for sure.. I need to post a healthy dairy free option on my channel

  11. Oh my goodness these look amazing!! I’m definitely going to try this recipe and if I win the giveaway, then even better!! 🙂

  12. Chocolate is always good but I also like to blend up some fruit for a smoothie and add spinach to good benefits. 🙂

  13. They look so good! I am always in the mood for chocolate! I have seen so many other ‘healthy’ brownie recipes but these have the best ingredients. Can’t wait to try them out 🙂

  14. I adore anything with chocolate, but lately I’ve been obsessed with making green tea nice cream! These brownie bites look amazing too though. After I try them I might just have to change my vote ;).

  15. So I recently went paleo and since then all this things keep popping up like signs lol when I read that this are paleo friendly and saw how they explain this lifestyle and all that I got so excited to participate. This would really motivate me to really embrace this new way of eating 🙂

  16. These look so good and they are gluten free too! My favorite dessert now is chocolate coconut milk ice cream with toppings. I like pecans or cashews and sometimes add fresh berries.

  17. One of my favorite desserts would be a mug cake! I hope I can win these so I can add another dessert to the list 🙂

  18. My favorite dessert is definitely anything chocolate. Also when in season I love wild blueberry crisp!