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These brownies are amazing! I think mine are even fudgier than the Happy pear! They are super heavy and awesome.
I made some substitutions, as I didn't have enough dark chocolate so I used half dark chocolate, then used hot chocolate (which I made into a paste/melted chocolate using a small amount of boiling water to dissolve) and also used light brown Sugar!
@Happy pear I'm so excited for when your new book is released, pre ordered and all 😄
I didn’t know you guys only ate vegan, and don’t live a vegan lifestyle. Icebreaker is a merino wool clothing company. Although they use what they call ‘humane’ wool collection practices, by buying that product you are funding the wool industry and exploitation on animals. Veganism is about the path of least harm and cruelty. That is a path you are not taking.
I use chia seeds as an egg replacement in many of my baked goods. I have heard that soy flour will work for it, too; and can also be used to make soy milk at home (without the thickeners and slimy texture). I'm gonna have to grab some flax soon as well.🙂
Looks incredible! Thanks, guys!
Thank you. I have cocoa powder. So I assume that I can mix my powder with the percentage of sugar I choose, then add some plant milk or water until it is of the same consistency as the melted chocolate, or just count it as a dry ingredient and add appropriate amount of liquid into the well. Does that sound feasible to everyone?
Очень плохое состояние кожи у веганов.... Сахар и угливоды которые они жрут просто тоннами компенсируя животные белки и жиры первым делом бьет по состоянию кожи и его тургору.... Процесс гликации разрушает коллаген)))) это жесть.... Особенно страдают сыроеды.... Они вообще ничем кроме глюкозы-фруктозы свой организм не питают..... Бедная поджелудочная.....
Вот уже и волосы терять начали из за гормонального дисбаланса..... Пока загибаться не начнут не протрезвеют от своего веганства....
I think the fates have been telling me I have to make these.
I threw out my baking soda earlier in the week after realising it went out of code in 2016. I couldn't find any more in the shops so bought baking powder instead.
My local Sainsburys happened to have 2 bags of pain flour on the shelf yesterday. Thats the first time in weeks they had any. One is now mine.
I've trained to make raw organic chocolate and have some left from the batch I made last weekend.
They look amazing. I now have something to do tomorrow whilst I watch the world go by the window of my flat. Thank you :)
350g dark choc 54%
125ml coconut oil
80ml non dairy milk
200g white flour
125g Demerara sugar or coconut sugar
1.5 flax eggs (1.5tbsp ground flax in 4.5 tbsp water)
1 tbsp vanilla extract
1 tsp baking powder
Preheat the oven to 160 C fan oven
Mix flax and water set aside to make your flax egg
Melt choc over bain marie
Into a bowl sieve the flour, sugar, baking powder and salt and mix together
Melt the coconut oil in a saucepan and add to the flour mix along with the soaked flax seeds, vanilla extract and the non dairy milk. Beat very well by hand or with an electric hand mixer
Add melted choc, beat again for 2-3 minutes
Add to lined pan (we used a 30 x 20cm pan lined with parchment) and smooth top
Bake for 30-40 mins until a skewer inserted comes out almost clean
Remove from the oven and leave until fully cool. By leaving it to fully cool this is when the brownie will firm up and develop its finished texture. This can often be one of the hardest parts of making a brownie but so essential is you want your brownie to firm up. Enjoy!