Eggless Brownies

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Eggless Chocolate Brownie Recipe

This post gives you a recipe for eggless brownies that are delicious as a rich warm dessert or also perfect as a sweet morsel during your afternoon tea. The recipe is very easy to make and will give you some very rich dark chocolate brownies.

 

The outside is crispy and the inside is nice and soft. They re-heat very well in the microwave if you wish to make them up front.

Brazilian Brownies

When I was travelling in Brazil for business many of the hotel restaurants would sell brownies for dessert, served with vanilla ice cream. Now I am not really a fan of ice cream, but the brownies were so good I would lap them up! 

round baking tin

 

In fact, I would nearly always order them for dessert as they were always soooooo good.

Now this recipe will give you some tasty brownies as well. Crisp on the outside and soft and gooey on the inside. Perfect served up warm with some ice cream or whipped cream, or even cold as a snack or piece of cake to go with your cup of tea or coffee.

eggless brownie

 

Use the right baking tin!

I actually made these brownies in the wrong baking tin. We were going to make a cake and had prepared a circular cake tin, before we realised we had run out of eggs. So we thought we would make some brownies instead and use the same tin.

chocolate brownies
Eggless brownies

 

Another useful tip from Gav’s Kitchen – always check your ingredients before you start baking!

So normally I would bake these in a rectangular baking tin. These would be cut into squares – not all of them are as they came out of a round tin. But they all still taste the same, and that is what matters!

Food processor or mixer? 

The recipe actually calls for a food processor as you have to chop the nuts and the chocolate. But I imagine if you used chocolate chips and ground almonds you could make this all in a mixer. It depends on what you have in your kitchen.

fudgy brownies

But then you could also use mixed nuts if you wanted to in this recipe and would have to grind them down somehow.

One thing I do know is that you have to be careful you do not eat all the batter before you put it in the tin, as it is really tasty!

brownies without eggs

 

Here is a video Victoria made when she was making some of these brownies during lockdown. Her first time using the food processor!

I hope you get on well making these and enjoy the result. Have fun!

How to make Brownies Without Eggs

Eggless Brownies

eggless brownies

These eggless brownies have a crispy outside with a rich gooey centre. They are super tasty and very satisfying. Serve up warm with cream or ice cream or cold on their own.

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes

Ingredients

  • 200g >70% cacao chocolate
  • 200g caster sugar
  • 150g flaked almonds or mixed nuts
  • 200g self-raising flour
  • 190g salted butter, in sticks
  • 200ml milk

Instructions

  1. Pre-heat the oven to 180C and line a suitable baking tin with butter and flour.
  2. Zap the nuts into tiny pieces in a food processor.
  3. Then add the chocolate, the butter, the sugar, the flour and the milk until you have a nicely mixed and even batter.
  4. Pour the batter into the baking tin.
  5. Cook in the oven at 180C for 30 minutes or until the outside is nicely cooked.
  6. The outside should be set and the inside will still be soft. Remove from oven and allow to cool down a little bit if serving hot.
  7. If planning to serve cold let them cool completely.

Notes

Cut into squares and serve up warm with some whipped cream or ice cream. (Either serve after baking or re-heat quickly in the microwave).

Alternatively, these brownies can be eaten cold. Good with your afternoon tea! Beware as they are very rich !

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