Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Sabrina's Eggless Brownies

Sabrina had always wanted to bake. She spent one night searching for a recipe that she would want to make. And most importantly, it has to be something that she can eat. She found herself something that she had always wanted to taste but cannot do so because she can't take egg. She found the 'Eggless Brownies' recipe.

The following day, I let her to explore my kitchen for the ingredients that could make an eggless brownies. Satisfied with all that are available, she began her quest -- making an Eggless Brownies. Ibu just sit back. It has to be fully hers.

However, towards the end, she complained that her mixture were too dry. I went to take a look. She complained that the recipe do not has any liquid, therefore, with my 'skillful' mind, I added 1/2 cup fresh milk into the mixture, which immediately make a smooth batter that could easily poured into a pan. Only until I began this write-up about her eggless brownies, then I realized that there is liquid in the recipe -- the cold water. Anyway, the brownies turn out to be almost perfect, not too sweet, except a bit dry. Probably we should add more moist into it next time. However, it made her little brother skipped his lunch because he ate too much of the brownies.

The ingredients:
As copied from the internet, my addition in italic

8 tsp oil
1/4 cup sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 tsp chocolate extract
1 tbsp plain lowfat yoghurt
1/4 or as needed cold water
3/4 cup general purpose flour
2 tbsp cocoa
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/4 cup chocolate chips
1/2 cup fresh milk

How to:
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  2. In a medium bowl combine dry ingredients, mixing until blend
  3. With a spoon, combine remaining ingredients in another bowl. Make a well in the dry ingredient and pour in the wet ingredients. Mix well until moistened.
  4. Place batter in a 4X8 inch non-stick pan.
  5. Bake for about 15 minutes. Cool on a wire rack.
Bon Appetite! Don't forget to try this recipe. Some modification will not do any harm.

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