Chocolate Brownies

10 Jul

Luke and Jenn baked these chocolate brownies to give to Luke’s sister for her birthday. In typical Luke style, he made them in bulk and almost completely filled our kitchen with chocolate brownies. We didnt complain too much : P 

chocolate brownies

Ingredients: 60g vegan margarine, 6tbsp cocoa powder, 60ml soy milk, 60ml water, 1 tsp vanilla essence, 125g flour, 2tsp baking powder, half a tsp salt, 2 tbsp veg oil, 50g chocolate (broken up),  walnuts to top


Mix all the ingredients together except for the chocolate in a saucepan and gently heat on the stove. Break up the chocolate into chunks and fold in to the mixture. Grease some baking trays and bake your brownie for about half an hour or until the mixture doesn’t stick to a probing knife. If the feeling takes you, dust with icing sugar and chopped walnuts whilst still hot.

luke with brownies

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3 Responses to “Chocolate Brownies”

  1. Sam September 16, 2011 at 9:41 pm #

    Haha how many pictures of Luke happily posing with edible goods in front of his boy bits do you have on this site? You’re hilarious, love the site and great to see it finally happened!

    • radicalrabbit September 16, 2011 at 9:50 pm #

      Thanks Sam! 😀

  2. amyrhall February 5, 2012 at 6:52 pm #

    Just made these and they’re pretty tasty. I put a bit of sugar in mine though, as it tasted a bit odd without. Didn’t use much. Also but some walnuts in the mixture before the oven. Yummy! Thanks NVC

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