Brownies can someone say no to this chocolate rich dessert. Here is a whole wheat brownie with the same texture and taste.
Happy new year to all!
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For me 2016 is going to make a change in my routine. My little one is going to his next phase from coming Monday, he is going to pre-school. It is a mixed feeling for me. As a daughter I tell my mom not be sentimental aroud things around my sister and me, but now I can connect. Waiting for all the excitement the new year is going to give us:-)
Going back to 2015, we moved to a new city, my hubby changed his job and I got my own domain name 🙂
Two days back I received a mail with my top 5 popular posts in 2015,
Since childhood, for me and my sister, new year starts in front of TV. Movie at 12′ o clock, wishing each other, Some sweets on Jan 1, wishing all friends and family and lot more TV. A very simple new year celebration.
I wanted to start the year with a sweet, LO loves chocolate and double chocolate fudge brownie is here.
I haven’t tasted brownie for years, as I am not a big fan of chocolate. Once when we where in a mall my son was hungry and hubby got him a brownie, he enjoyed eating it. I saw YouTube video and followed that recipe. After tasting that my hubby liked it and asked to prepare for his teammates.
His colleague asked whether it is store bought 🙂 I was super happy and started preparing regularly with a slight change. I use wheat flour for a healthy version. Believe me there is no compromise in taste. Make it for this new year and enjoy the chocolatey, fudgy delight
Semisweet chocolate – 5 oz
Butter – 1/2 cup (1 stick), unsalted
Cocoa powder – 2 tbsp
White sugar – 1 cup
Vanilla extract – 1 tsp
Eggs – 3 large
All purpose flour – 3/4 cup
Salt – 1/4 tsp
- Preheat the oven to 350 degree F. Line an 8 inch square pan with parchment paper and grease it with butter/cooking spray
- Boil water in a sauce pan. Add chocolate and butter in a separate wide bowl. When the water starts boiling, sim the stove and add the wide bowl over the sauce pan
- Melt the chocolate and remove from the heat
- Add coffee powder, cocoa powder, sugar, vanilla extract and mix well
- Add eggs one by one and beat well after each addition. Eggs added to hot sauce may curdle so make sure chocolate is not very hot
- Combine flour and salt in a separate bowl and add it to the wet mixture. Stir in the chocolate chip
- Transfer the contents to the greased pan and bake for 25 – 30 minutes until a toothpick/fork inserted in the center comes out with a little sticky brownie (few moist clumps clinging to it). Cool it and enjoy the brownie warm/chilled with chocolate sauce/whipping cream