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Eggless Whole wheat Chocolate Brownies

Eggless Whole wheat Chocolate Brownies are sweet & tangy, easy to make, contain goodness of oats and ragi/finger millet and above all it’s egg free too.

Nothing satisfies a sweet tooth craving like a rich chocolate dessert. My all time favourite Sweet potato brownies always takes the top spot.

This homemade wholewheat chocolate eggless chocolate brownie recipe is so easy that even a novice can make. It’s just mix everything together and bake.

Brownies made with easily available ingredients

This recipe doesn’t call for any fancy ingredients that you have to go shopping for.

The only thing you keep in mind is to use good quality of cocoa powder, as the final colour of the brownies depends on the colour of cocoa powder used.

Texture of these Brownies

I have used wholewheat, oats and ragi/finger millet in this recipe, as since long time I wanted to experiment with some different flours for making brownies.

The only issue I faced here was the dense texture as I used heavier flours. But let me assure you that you really can’t taste all the flours used in this but there’s a nutty and very slight chewy taste.

These Brownies are soft, moist and resembles like cake but different from regular brownies. This time I haven’t added any walnuts or any other nuts into this.

Why eggless brownies?

It’s really makes me happy & exciting to experiment now and then using different flours, and go eggless.

I always love to bake Brownie that uses eggs but however this time somehow I decided to go egg free with these Brownies. And I must tell you these doesn’t disappointed me.

If you’d like more chocolate cake recipes, check out:

Eggless wholewheat ragi chocolate cake

Eggless banana chocolate mug cake

Chocolate chips and apple cake

Buckwheat/kuttu atta beetroot and chocolate cake

 

Instructions to make Eggless Whole wheat Chocolate Brownies

Preheat oven for 10 minutes at 180° C.

For wet ingredients:

In a bowl put curds, sugar, melted butter, vanilla essence and mix nicely until sugar is dissolved.

For dry ingredients:

Now sieve all the dry ingredients and put it into wet ingredients and mix nicely… don’t over mix it.

Pour the mixture into the tray lined with parchment paper and sprinkle choco chips and cranberries.

 

 

Bake for 15-20 min in a 180°C preheated oven .

Check it with by inserting a toothpick if it comes clean otherwise bake for few more minutes.

Also, once your brownies are baked, let them cool completely before you try and slice them. They’ll crumble very easily when they’re still hot.

After it cools down completely, cut it in squares and serve with vanilla icecream.

Notes :

1. You may use aluminium foil for lining the baking tin.

2. If you try to slice the brownies immediately after they are baked, they may crumble, so allow it to cool completely.

3. For toppings you may use your choice of dry fruits or only walnuts in place of dried cranberries.

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Eggless Whole wheat Chocolate Brownies
 
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Eggless Whole wheat Chocolate Brownies are sweet & tangy, easy to make, contain goodness of oats and ragi/finger millet and above all it's egg free too.
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Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Serves: 9 pieces
Ingredients
  • Dry Ingredients:
  • whole wheat Flour 250 gms
  • oats powder 50 gms
  • Ragi Flour 50 gms
  • Cocoa powder 60 gms
  • Baking Soda 1 Tsp
  • Wet ingredients:
  • Brown Sugar 300 gms
  • Unsalted Butter melted and cooled 100 gms
  • Vanilla essence 1 tbsp
  • Thick Curds 500 ml
  • choco chips handful
  • Craneberries handful
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven for 10 minutes at 180°C.
  2. For making brownie batter, in a bowl put curds, sugar, melted butter, vanilla essence and mix nicely until sugar is dissolved.
  3. Now sieve all the other dry ingredients and put it into wet ingredients and mix nicely... don’t over mix it.
  4. Pour the mixture into the tray lined with parchment paper and sprinkle choco chips and berries
  5. Bake for 15-20 min in a 180°C preheated oven .
  6. Check it with by inserting a toothpick if it comes clean otherwise bake for few more minutes.
  7. Also, once your brownies are baked, let them cool completely before you try and slice them. They’ll crumble very easily when they’re still hot.
  8. After it cools down completely, cut it in squares and serve with vanilla icecream.
Notes
1. You may use aluminium foil for lining the baking tin.

2. If you try to slice the brownies immediately after they are baked, they may crumble, so allow it to cool completely.

3. For toppings you may use your choice of dry fruits or only walnuts in place of dried cranberries.

 

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Eggless Whole wheat Chocolate Brownies

 

This Post Has 26 Comments

  1. Pavani

    Your brownies look so moist, chocolaty and delicious. Love the addition of ragi flour in there – great way to add nutrition to this indulgent dessert.

    1. Lata Lala

      Thank you Pavani. Yes we moms are very smart in feeding nutritious food to our kids.

  2. Shailender Sharma

    Brownies having aata & ragi flour diverts it to a healthy outlet. They look to be fabulous and attained the proper crust over the top.

  3. Sandhya Nadkarni

    Lata, What a brilliant recipe! So innovative! I loved how you used ragi flour, made it eggless and also used curds.

  4. Mayuri Patel

    A good way to include not only wheat flour but also oat and ragi in a bake. Love this recipe and brownies too.

  5. Uma Srinivas

    brownie looks awesome! I never used ragi flour in a brownie recipe. I love to add ragi four when I make my next batch of brownie.

  6. Padma Veeranki

    Brownies look super moist…loved the addition of ragi flour, great way to make it nutritious…Yummy share

  7. Sapna

    Whole wheat brownies looks so delicious and how fluffy. I am sure they must have tasted yummy

    1. Lata Lala

      Yes Sapna they tested delicious. Thank you.

  8. Priya Srinivasan

    Wonderful combination of flours and a decadent brownie!!! What not to love about a fudgy chocolatey brownie!!! Very tempting!

  9. Jolly

    Whole wheat flour brownies look so moist, rich and delicious. Addition of Ragi flour into brownie is a great way to add nutrients in desserts. Healthy & kids friendly too!!

  10. Lathiya

    I love baking with whole wheat flour. This whole wheat brownies look so good and yum.

  11. Sasmita

    Great share Lata ! Brownies using wheat flour and also the ragi sounds really so healthy. You have prepared these so well, kids will surely love this cute squares 🙂

    1. Lata Lala

      Absolutely true Sasmita. My children were completely bowled over by these cuties. Thanks you.

  12. Jayashree T.Rao

    Such a lovely one with the use of ragi flour in it. Brilliant one and the texture looks so good.

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