Low-Sugar Brownie Love hearts

gluten-free vegetarian

Prep information

Prep time
15 minutes
Cook time
25 minutes
Serves
7
Recipe by
Michael at Lo-Dough

Nutritional information (per heart)

Calories
93 kcal
Fat
4g
Carbs
5g
Fibre
7g
Protein
5g
Sugar
2g

Make Someone Feel Special With These Low-Carb and Low-Calorie Brownie Hearts!

Here's a little bit of fun... treat yourself, or someone else to a love heart!

Really, this is just an exercise in dressing your brownies to look a little bit more special. You can cut out any shapes you like, but we've gone with hearts (approx. the same size as a standard brownie). You'll have offcuts from doing this - keep them and serve them with some delicious low cal ice cream as either a sundae or a brownie bowl

Low calorie brownie toppings

We tend to use cream cheese and erythritol (and colouring if desired) as our go-to icing of choice. Any sprinkles will be adding sugar unless sourced from an online specialist selling sweetened sprinkles - regular sprinkles will add around 5g carbs per teaspoon. 

For a firmer frosting, you'd need to add a little butter, but we have skipped the butter and kept our icing loose - perfect for a drizzle. Either cover all over or go with a little drizzled pattern. 

Otherwise, the other option you'll see is dark chocolate. To keep calories down for this, just add a few stripes - not a full covering.

(The macros below are for the pink cream cheese and erythritol covered brownie - the most calorific of the three)

Ingredients

Serves 7
  • 1 pack of Lo-Dough Brownie Mix
  • 90g cream cheese
  • 90g of powdered erythritol
  • A few drops of pink/red colouring
  • Sprinkles to decorate if desired

What you'll need

This diet-friendly recipe is possible with:

Lo-Dough Brownie Mix

Lo-Dough Brownie Mix

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Method

  1. Make the Lo-Dough Brownie Mix as per the packet instructions.
  2. Add the mix to a lined 7-inch tin, and bake for 25 minutes at 190C. Once baked, allow to cool.
  3. While the cake bakes, make the cream cheese icing by beating the cream cheese, erythritol and colouring.
  4. Once cool, cut out your brownies hearts with a cutter, roughly the size of a standard brownie.
  5. Add the icing on top and then the sprinkles if using.

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