You can substitute a combination of seeds for the nuts (like pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds) and use SunButter to create a nut-free version of these. Measure nuts or seeds before processing/chopping. Taste batter before baking. If you feel it is not sweet enough, you can add a very small amount of maple syrup, honey, or stevia. You just don't want to add too much liquid to this recipe or it will change the consistency/texture and overall brownie factor. Also, instead of adding additional sweetener to the recipe, you can opt to add a drizzle of maple syrup or honey to the brownies when they are done. Just don't get "heavy handed" with the jug of maple syrup like I did. Well, at least not unless you really want to! Adding a drizzle of sweetener at the end makes for a really special treat and individuals can adjust amounts to their own needs.Only loosely cover these brownies for storage (otherwise these brownies will get too soft).
Recipe by gfe--gluten free easily at https://glutenfreeeasily.com/flourless-triple-nut-seed-brownies-gluten-free-grain-free-paleo-and-vegan/