Chocolate + caramel = a heavenly combination! What better way to enjoy these flavors than in a decadent vegan brownie? Sure, brownies are great on their own, but caramel gives them a little something extra to take the treat to a whole other level. Sweet, sticky caramel compliments rich, cakey brownies perfectly. If you’re looking for a fun vegan treat to make, try one of these dairy-free caramel brownie recipes!
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1. Caramel Brownies
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These Homemade Sugar-Free Vegan Caramel Brownies by Shanika Graham-White are truly irresistible during this season. They are soft, rich, and dangerously full of chocolate-caramel flavor, all with no added sugar. These beauties are sure to melt-in-your-mouth and are made entirely with all vegan ingredients and whipped together literally in minutes.
2. Raw Caramel Brownie Slice
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These Raw Caramel Brownie Slice by Brynley King are little pieces of perfection: They start with a chocolatey base made from Medjool dates and crunchy activated buckwheat, followed by a luscious coconut caramel filling, and a silky-smooth chocolate ganache topping. Go ahead, indulge in that second slice. These vegan caramel brownie slices are way too delicious to save for later. They’re also so cute––perfect for bringing to a potluck!
3. Caramel Brownie Bars
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As if we didn’t love brownies enough already! Brownies get a seriously delicious upgrade in this dessert recipe. Gooey caramel is layered on top of a fudgy brownie layer and then the whole bar is topped with dark chocolate. You have to try these Caramel Brownie Bars by Trine Rask!
4. Caramel Brownie
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These brownies are almost raw and very simple to make! Rich, dense, and super satisfying! 3 simple steps. Blend the no-bake brownie ingredients in a food processor. Put some whole walnuts on top. Mix together the caramel ingredients and spread out evenly. You will love Natalie Yonan‘s Caramel Brownie recipe!
5. Chocolate Brownies With Salted Caramel Icing
How can one not love gooey, fudgy brownies? Add salted caramel to the mix, and said brownies become irresistible! Besides containing high-quality ingredients, these brownies taste rich and decadent. Whip up a batch of these Chocolate Brownies With Salted Caramel Icing by Kristina Humphreys for a fun and simple plant-based treat!
6. Caramel Tahini Brownies
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Tahini and dates blended together make the tastiest healthy caramel! Think rich, chocolatey gooey goodness packed with healthy fats and full of protein! You wouldn’t believe its actually healthy. These Caramel Tahini Brownies by Vicky Coates are also Vegan, Gluten-Free, and Paleo.
7. Brownies with Caramel Sauce
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What a simple and delicious recipe! These Brownies with Caramel Sauce by Camila Hurst are a breeze to make and amazing to eat. For the caramel, you simply gather the ingredients in a pan, and bring to a boil over medium heat. Once the ingredients boil and melt together, you can pour your caramel over your tasty brownies. You must try!
8. Raw Caramel Brownie Slice
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9. Salted Caramel Brownies
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The combination of the sweet chocolate brownie and salted caramel sauce creates a perfect balance between salty and sweet. The sauce itself is still sweet, but salty enough to somehow satisfy your savory needs, it’s a magical combination! You have to try these Salted Caramel Brownies by Anarki “AJ” Tjon Affo!
10. Black Bean Fudge Brownies With Sweet Potato Caramel
Everybody loves brownies, but brownies with caramel are by far the best. This recipe uses rich chocolate, black bean, and date brownie batter and then marbles homemade sweet potato caramel throughout the dessert. Ashley Madden‘s Black Bean Fudge Brownies With Sweet Potato Caramel are amazing!
11. Chewy Caramel Fudge Brownies
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These deliciously ooey-gooey Chewy Caramel Fudge Brownies by Priscilla Soler are decadent, and made with no refined sugar. They’re an absolutely delicious treat for whenever you need that little extra pick-me-up.
12. Oat Flour Almond Butter Brownies with Salted Date Caramel Frosting
These Oat Flour Almond Butter Brownies with Salted Date Caramel Frosting by Allie Penner are moist, fudgy, and dense. They’re packed with good-for-you ingredients like oat flour, almond butter, cocoa, and coconut sugar, and they’re iced with a date and nut butter ‘caramel’ frosting. These oat flour almond butter brownies with salted date caramel frosting will become your new obsession. It’s a good thing that they’re healthy because once you start eating them, it’s hard to stop!
13. Low FODMAP Brownies With Salted Caramel Sauce
There is nothing better than a rich, fudgy brownie fresh out of the oven that practically melting in your hands as you bring it to your mouth for that first, dreamy-like bite. Oh wait – yes there is. This recipe gives you the fudgy brownies you’ve been fantasizing about with the added bonus of a tasty, sticky salted caramel topping — plus, they’re low FODMAP! You will love Karlijn Wever‘s Low FODMAP Brownies With Salted Caramel Sauce!
14. Salted Caramel Pretzel Brownies
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These Salted Caramel Pretzel Brownies by Laura Hemmington really make a statement! Huge on flavor, simple to make, and packed with great, whole food ingredients. They’re made from oats, dates, and kidney beans (but nobody will ever know) with tahini and sweet cherries added for decadence. The gooey caramel/crunchy, salty pretzel topping elevates these to the status of the best brownies you’ll ever have.
15. Caramel Topped Gingersnap Brownies
These decadent and fudgy Caramel Topped Gingersnap Brownies by Pamela Higgins bring dessert to the next level. The brownies are made from a combination of oat flour and almond flour, raw cacao, and are relatively low in oil. They’re topped with a layer of crumbled gluten-free gingersnap cookies, followed by a layer of tahini caramel. When it comes to the topping, you can stick with melted chocolate and freeze-dried raspberries or experiment with your own creative creation.
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