In case you do not like the wheat-ish flavor you can try adding some all purpose flour. I loved the wheat-y taste, but when I served them chilled it did not show even a hint of wheat taste. I haven't added butter instead I've added few spoons of oil to slightly decrease the calorie guilt, also Nutella was enough to sweeten the brownies. But if you'd still prefer you can add more sugar and make it more sweet. Addition of choco chips and coco powder is completely upto your wish. The best thing about brownie is that you can customize it according to your taste, but it always taste good..!!
INGREDIENTSServes nearly 280 grams of brownie, or 9 brownies
Total Preparation Time - 20 minutes
- Nutella - 125 grams
- Wheat flour - 80 grams (or 50 grams if you want less wheat-ish flavor)
- Egg - 1
- Milk - 40 ml (warm)
- Unsweetened coco powder - 20 grams
- Semi sweet choco chips - 2 spoons
- Orange juice - 5 spoons
- Oil - 2 spoons
- Salt - 1/2 tsp
- Beat egg and set aside. It does not need to be frothy.
- Sift flour, salt coco powder twice and set aside.
- Now to warm milk add nutella and stir well see that nutella is completely mixed with the warm milk.
- Add this nutella mixture, orange juice and beaten egg into the sifted flour mixture and beat well until no lumps are found.
- Add oil beat again for a minute or until the oil gets blended well. (continuous stirring or vigorous beating is not necessary here). See that the batter is thick, not runny.
- Meanwhile preheat an oven to 180ºC.
- Now spread or brush some oil in a small square tin and line the base with a parchment paper/butter paper.
- Pour the batter into the lined tin and spread evenly by tilting the tin then tap the tin gently.
- Now place the tin in the middle rack of the pre-heated oven and bake for 10 minutes at 180ºC.
- After 10 minutes insert a toothpick in the center of brownie. It should not be very clean. It should have some pieces stuck to it. This is the correct time to remove from the oven. If its too gooey (still has uncooked batter) then bake for another 3 minutes. If you bake it for a longer time then it might become dry and tough.
- Once done remove from oven and place the tin on a wire rack and let it cool.
- Then slide a knife along the sides of the tin. Then dip the knife in a cup of warm water and wipe using a tissue paper or cloth (do the same before every cut to make clean cuts). Now cut squares, dipping knife in warm water and wiping in tissue paper each time before cutting.
- Now gently remove each piece, it would come off easily.
- Serve warm with ice-cream or chilled. Tastes best when chilled.
TIP 1: I haven't added sugar here, as Nutella was sweet enough. But you can taste the batter and add some extra sugar according to your wish.
TIP 2: I have added extra coco powder to make it taste more chocolaty and mildly bitter, you can reduce the amount of cocoa powder too if you wish.
TIP 3: Do not over bake the brownie they will become dry and tough. So check between to see if the brownies are done.
Chocolaty, Nutella Wheat Brownies are now ready!! Serve plain or top with a scoop of Vanilla ice-cream (YUM) and serve!!
Nice brownie with nutellsReplyDelete
Wow it looks super look... wish to have it right now... as usual appealing clicks... perfect brownies dear...ReplyDelete
super divya,kalakitinga,brownies always my fav,never tried because of butter content.u r look so tempting and yummyReplyDelete
Yummy brownies with my all time favourite nutella..ReplyDelete
yummy and delicious browines and awesome photography as usual divya :)ReplyDelete
Looks delicious Divya. want to try it right away.ReplyDelete
just a query.. how many eggs did you use ?
Lovely and graceful brownies!! Orange juice is a great idea! Also the choco chip inside the brownie looks slushy and just right!!ReplyDelete
Milk and brownie OR Milk and cookie is such a wonderful fulfilling combination, any day.
Love all the shots, especially the penultimate shot!!
Brownies look so chocolaty and divine!! :)ReplyDelete
brownies look so yummyReplyDelete
so so sooo chocolaty... yummmm....ReplyDelete
Beautiful clicks sis, love the yellow background and brown brownies, really one interesting combination... too cute, want to have some now ;-)ReplyDelete
Nice clicks..love its with wheat flour no butter n orange juice addition makes a no sin brownie.. Bookmarked..ReplyDelete
Quite a guilt free indulgence I must say!ReplyDelete
Absolutely yummy, lipsmacking good brownies Divy dear. Bookmarked it.ReplyDelete
Divya, lovely brownies and clicks to go with it. Superb.ReplyDelete
looks so good!ReplyDelete
Superb.Looks Yummy !ReplyDelete
What is a spoon for this recipe? Teaspoon or Tablespoon?ReplyDelete
Hi, here I have mentioned a tablespoon as spoon whereas I would have mentioned tsp for a teaspoon. Thanks!!Delete
looks absolutely smashing!! :)ReplyDelete
Those look almost like fudge. YUM!!ReplyDelete
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Very tempting brownies in yellow background,tempting clicks:)ReplyDelete
Nutella brownies look amazing!ReplyDelete
Lovely tempting browniesReplyDelete
absolutely delicious brownies..ReplyDelete
mouthwatering brownies..lovely clicksReplyDelete
You had me at Nutella. I have made Nutella brownies, but not this healthy. This sounds fantastic!ReplyDelete
this is soo cool. great healthy one. bokmarked. hapily folowing ur space.ReplyDelete
tempting and inviting brownies..ReplyDelete
Looks so great dear...Bookmarking this...ReplyDelete
Irresistibly scrumptious brownies dear!!! Simply wowed at your photos here ;)ReplyDelete
It'll be my daughters favorite brownie :)ReplyDelete
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