Avocado Peanut Butter Brownie

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9 servings


  • 2

    avocados, mashed

  • 2

    Tbsp. melted coconut oil

  • 2


  • 1/2

    cup maple syrup

  • 1

    tsp. vanilla extract

  • 1/4

    cup vanilla Tone It Up Protein

  • 1/2

    cup oat flour or almond flour

  • 1/4

    cup unsweetened cocoa

  • 1/2

    tsp. baking powder

  • 1/4

    tsp. salt

  • 2

    Tbsp. peanut butter

  • coconut oil spray


STEP 1: Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
STEP 2: In a bowl, combine wet ingredients (minus the peanut butter).
STEP 3: In a separate bowl, combine dry ingredients.
STEP 4: Mix wet ingredients into dry ingredients.
STEP 5: Pour mixture into a baking pan sprayed with coconut oil spray.
STEP 6: Top with peanut butter, with a few dollops around the entire pan. Use your knife to drag the peanut butter through the mixture to create swirls.
STEP 7: Bake for 30-35 minutes, or until a toothpick comes out clean.


Creamy, dreamy, chocolate-y goodness. We swapped butter for nutrient-packed avocado! Get your vitamin E beauty fix while nibbling on this delish treat.




    1. if you do can you report back to let us know how they come out?! i’d love to hear a review before testing them out on my own! :)

      1. They taste amazing I switched up vanilla for the new peanut butter protein & they taste so yum !!

        1. I just made these last night and honestly, they are amazing! I used almond flour and chocolate protein powder.
          It’s a little misleading but I should’ve just looked at the picture better. Steps 6 and 7 should be switched since it looks like the PB is melted on top. I followed the instructions and swirled it in before I baked them. They still turned out great but didn’t have the PB taste I was hoping for. so maybe try switching the steps :) unless there’s PB on top too!! Genius!

  1. Yum! I can’t wait to try these! 😍 I’ve gotta say, I LOVE TIU Fridays – not only because they start the weekend off perfectly, but because the recipes you post become part of my weekend (meal prep) plans. Thank you! Keep all these yummies coming! 😘

  2. These 👀 too good 😊. Definitely will be a recipe in the sweets rotation. 😋

  3. What if we don’t have perfect fit protein? Could we leave it out or replace it with something else?

  4. Could I use chocolate perfect fit instead? I’m waiting on my vanilla shipment!

    1. I had the same question, Kayla! Did anyone answer? I would use a standard 9×13 if I had to make a guess, but haven’t made them yet!

  5. Currently baking in the oven! Smells soooo good :) Cant wait to try them, seems like they’re taking a bit over 40 min to bake..

  6. also curious as to if anyone has used chocolate perfect fit! it seems like it would add more chocolately-deliciousness to these :)

  7. Can we use coconut flour in these…I already have it in my pantry and would love to use it up!

  8. Holy Avo Goodness right here!! Making another batch tonight!! These are amazing! Well done K&K and TIU Team!!

    1. Same question here! 🙋🏻‍♀️ M1-2-or 4 would this be good for?!

  9. Tried them! LOVE THEM! Seriously, if you are thinking of making them…DO IT! They are great, I added cinnamon and rushed walnuts (I love crunch in my brownies). They kind of melt in your mouth. Making a bigger batch of these to take on my family vacation in a couple of weeks!(: (:

  10. Just made it, and I unfortunately didn’t enjoy it. The avocado taste was too strong for my likings… too bad :(

  11. I was super skeptical of these cause last time I made something similar they didn’t taste right. I am happy to say that this recipe is amazing!!! I subbed out the vanilla protein powder for the peanut butter and went with oat flour. So tasty!

  12. Can you taste the avocado at all? I would love to try them but I just want to make sure first. Has anyone tried substituting anything for the avocado?

  13. Do the avocados need to be ripe? I could only find hard ones at the store today but want to make these. :) Thanks!

  14. I made these and they definitely killed my sweet tooth. But I accidentally left them out of the fridge overnight 😭 are they needing to be stored in the fridge?

    1. Hey babe! One night out of the fridge should be totally fine but best to store them in the fridge after that :)

  15. Can I swap coconut oil for another oil? I want to make these for a girl’s dinner date and one of my friends is allergic to coconut. Any suggestions?

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