Sunday, 27 November 2011

Chewy Brownie for Kids

Who can refuse a kid who is requesting for me to cook another brownie set.  I asked Aliyah (Airene’s daughter) how she finds my browine and she replied “Tita, please cook more.”  So I promised her that I’d be cooking another brownie next time.
The recipe below had been adusted already as my first attempt resulted in a brownie that is a bit crumbly, though it’s chewy, and sweet.  I made adjustment only on the amount of oil and left the rest as is.

I will be making another brownie recipe for adults who wanted a more chocolatey and lesser sweet brownie :-)

Your kids will surely love this too :-)


IngredientsBatter Weight %weight in grams
All Purpose Flour19.81%125
Dutch Processed Cocoa Powder8.72%55
Baking powder0.79%5
Baking soda0.48%3
Vanilla powder0.16%1

Additional Ingredients (optional) :

Nuts, crushed coarsely (wallnuts or cashew nuts; peanuts will do too)

Cooking Procedure:

1.  Mix the dry ingredients together in a bowl.  Sift them and break any lumps.
2. Add the oil, eggs, and water.  Beat with a wire whisk or an electric beater until smooth.
3.  Fold in the nuts with a spatula.
4.  Let it stand for at least 30 minutes.
5. Preheat oven to 250 degrees celsius.
6.  Bake brownie at 200 degrees celsius for 25 minutes or until a toothpick pressed in the brownie comes out clean.

Your kids will love this.

Yield: two 8-inch diameter brownie .

Here’s the estimated Nutritional values per one 8-inch Diameter brownie based on the ingredients used. Slice it into serving portions.  Divide each values below with the number of slices you made to come up with the nutritional values per slice.

Calories :   1,232  kcalTotal   Fat:  65.9  g.
Cholesterol : 212  mg.Saturated fat   :  11.93  g.
Protein :   6.65   gDietary fiber   :  10.92  g.
Sodium :  462   g.Carbohydrate   :  164 g

- foodformylove(27November2011)

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