2 Ingredient Brownies are the easiest brownies ever to make! Also known as Diet Soda Brownies, this egg-less brownie recipe is also an oilless brownies that are perfectly chocolatey and fudgey just like a brownie should be!
2 Ingredient Brownies Recipe
Don’t be scared of these 2 Ingredient Brownies. Seriously they are sooo moist you will be shocked after they come out of the oven! They are perfect for making when you want some brownies but do not have everything you would normally need like eggs and oil! Yes, we have all been there wanting brownies only to find that we are out of oil!
Plus these easy brownies are also good to make for the kids who can not have eggs! If your kiddo has an egg allergy this is a treat they can have too!
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Best Pan for making Brownies
I personally love using my Calphalon Classic Bakeware 9-by-13-Inch whenever I make brownies. I love all of my Calphalon cookware really and I am in the process of changing out my whole kitchen for their stuff. But that is a story for another day LOL, today we are talking about amazing brownies.
If you are one of those who LOVES the crust part of the brownie, you need to get this amazing brownie pan! Then all the brownies will have that nice crunchy crust with the soft and chewy inside!
If you are wanting to sprinkle the top with confectioners sugar you totally can, just use powdered sugar and a sieve to give them a light dusting.
What soda should be used when making Soda brownies?
I prefer to use Dr. Pepper, Pepsi, or Coca Cola but you can use any soda that you want. If you are wanting to cut the calories and sugar for the brownies then you will want to use a diet soda.
Can I make these keto Friendly?
Yes. You can use sugar free brownie mix and diet soda to make low carb and sugar free brownies.
Tips for Making these brownies
Don’t overbake them. Dry brownies are not something anyone loves, so I always err on the side of caution when making brownies and remove them sooner rather than leaving them in for longer. You can always remove these soda brownies from the oven, check to see if they are done, and put them back in if needed.
Allow the chocolate brownies to cool before cutting. I know it is hard to wait until when you have been smelling the chocolaty brownies baking in the oven and then to wait even longer for them to cool a bit. However, when you are slicing these easy brownies it is best to let them cool for a bit first.
Weight Watchers Brownies
Use the Sugarfree brownie mix and diet soda and you will lower the weight watchers points even more! Using Pillsbury SugarFree Chocolate Fudge Brownie mix and a can of diet soda and you will have 12 brownies at 3 Weight Watchers points each, cut into 18 pieces and they are 2 points each!
If you are using regular brownie mix and a can of soda it will be 5 Weight Watchers points per brownie when cut in to 12 servings.
After trying these you should totally check out this awesome list of 17 Weight Watchers Dessert Recipes! If you are wanting to make a tasty sunday, this Peanut Butter Chocolate Banana Ice cream has only ONE Point on Weight Watchers!
2 Ingredient Brownies Ingredients
- boxed brownie mix
How to Make 2 Ingredient Brownies
Preheat oven to 350.
In a bowl add the brownie mix, then add the can of soda. Mix well using a whisk.
Pour brownie batter into a baking dish.
Bake for 30-40 minutes. Check and see if the knife comes out clean. When the knife comes out clean the brownies are done baking.
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2 Ingredient Brownies
- 1 can Soda Any soda will work for this but I prefer Dr. Pepper
- 1 box of brownie mix
- Preheat oven to 350.
- Pour Brownie mix in a bowl
- Add the can of soda
- Mix well so you have no clumps of dry brownie mix.
- Pour brownie batter into a greased baking dish.
- Bake for 30-40 minutes. Check and see if the knife comes out clean. When the knife comes out clean the brownies are done baking.
- Let cool for about 15-20 minutes unless you are ok with them falling apart. Which is normally what happens to me because I am impatient.
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Comments & Reviews
Gloria J Bray says
What size pan did you use?
Did you use Sugar free brownie mix or any brownie mix will do? Thank you!
I used any brownie mix, but if you are wanting even lower weight watchers points it will work with sugar free and be even less points then these are 🙂
Janice Gemmill says
Made these, hard to believe only 3 smart points. they were really good and so easy to make………
I’m so glad you enjoyed them!
What oven temp?.
What temperature should oven be pre heated to?
Like seriously ??????? Are you sure sure they are only 40 calories per serving ????
I get you save the eggs and oil calories you would normally use in the traditional recipe .,,,, I’ll try
Pat whitney says
can you tell me what kind of brownie mix you used? all the ones I checked are for 100 cal or more. that is for the mix only. Thank you
the best one to use would be the sugar free. But you can use any the size and brand will make a bit of a difference in the calories and nutrition for them.
Shelly Fields says
I used a box of the sugar free brownie mix and a diet Dr Pepper. The batter is so thin and runny now there is no way his will bake. It’s like soup.
I just baked them and they came out perfect. It was like you said, runny when going in the pan. Didn’t matter though.
I just made these brownies, it looked like brownie soup when I put them in the oven, but after baking them for 40 minutes, they became brownies. Awesome!! Thank you for this recipe
Have you tried this with the Low Fat brownie mix?
No, let me know if you try it and how it turns out.
I’m interested these days when I see Freestyle WW recipes. Apparently the “free” part means “free of any nutritional value”. What a load of processed schlock these recipes are. Diet drinks and commercial brownie mix? Really?
Just like any dessert on any way of eating desserts should be eaten in moderation. However it is good when you can find a dessert that fits in the diet you are eating so you are keeping with your diet.
I entered this into the weight watchers calculater and it came out as 0 point per serving (with 20 servings). Is this correct…? I used the Duncan Hines mix which is 5 points per for 20 servings and i can’t believe that it’s 0 points. How did you get 3 points?
It depends on the brand of mix you are using for points – some brands will be higher some will be lower 🙂
Just made these after reading the comments. I used a can of Dr. Zevia. It’s a sugar free version of Dr. Pepper. A-mazing!!!!! I was skeptical about how runny the batter was so I left a few oz. in the can. Next time I will use the entire can. As a result, it was done baking earlier than I had anticipated. Thank you so much for the recipe!!!
Are these fudgy? Or more cakey?
it has more of a fudgy
I just mixed this up. And there was no batter.. It was very runny. Hoping it cooks ok. Used a box of sugar free brownies and 12oz of diet soda. Should there have been thick batter?
no its thin
Ok. I jusy made these. Totally rubbery texture. What could i have done wrong?
They have an odd texture but its better once they are fully cooled.
Kimberly McCann says
I used about 3/4 of a can of Diet Coke and just put them in the oven. I’m very nervous about how runny the batter is. It’s like soup and I didn’t even use the whole can. Is this how it’s supposed to be?
It is a runny batter.
What is soda? Is that carbonated water, 7up? Coke? Rootbeer? Please lmk
Any of these are soda..7up? Coke? Rootbeer?
You did not mention in your recipe the size of can of diet soda to use so I used the regular 12oz can instead of a 7.5 oz can that you now see in the grocery store and ended up with it being quite runny. Sure hope it cooks okay, I’m a bit skeptical as I noticed other brownie mixes had more ounces in them than the Pillsbury Sugar Free. Please state in your recipe how many ounces of diet soda you are suppose to use, it would be a great help. Thank you.
It’s just a standard size of soda. When this recipe was created those tiny 7 oz cans were not around.
Stephanie Jaghab says
Thank you for the recipe. I wish people would read comments and wait for their recipe to cook before posting!
Then there wouldn’t be so many repeats, the recipe is runny get over it people.
Does it come out well. Then fantastic!