Whole Wheat Chocolate Brownies #SuperBloggerChallenge2018

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People who know me personal, will be definitely knowing that I am a fan of chocolate cakes, or rather everything chocolaty. I used to bake cakes since I was a teenager, and mostly I end up baking only chocolate cakes, just because I love them. My Amma used to bake us cakes and that’s how I learned baking.
Brownies are something that I was curious to bake ever since I tasted a few which my Aunt baked. Those were super yummy and fudgy. But it took me a few years to try baking brownies for the first time.
Brownies are of two types – fundgy and cakey. Since it was my first try, I thought I will bake cakey kinda brownie, which has a crunchy top and butter soft inside. I went for a much healthier version than the normal ones and that’s just because a good friend of mine sent me pictures of wheat brownies! I had to try no, especially when I was  9 months pregnant then?! And by the way, this was baked about a week before my second delivery. I was badly craving for something chocolaty since a few days back then and finally ended up baking these awesome brownies.
Without much blabbering I am getting into the recipe of this rich and delicious brownie, straight away.
Whole Wheat Flour – 1 Cup
Unsweetened Cocoa Powder m – 1/3 Cup
Baking Powder – 1/4 Teaspoon
Salt – 1/4 Teaspoon
Sugar – 1 Cup
Eggs – 2
Plain Yogurt – 1/3 Cup
Olive Oil – 1/3 Cup
Vanilla Essence – 2 Teaspoon
Chocolate Chips/ Chocolate Pieces/ Almonds/ Pista – Chopped, 1/2 Cup (This one is optional.)
Pre-heat the oven at 180 degrees. Greese and line a rectangular pan with foil paper.
Sift together the wheat flour, cocoa powder, baking powder and salt.
In a large  boul, beat together the eggs, sugar, olive oil, yogurt and vanilla essence. You don’t need an electric beater to combine, a wire whisk is well enough, Just make sure that you combine everything well, until it turns pale yellow.
Stir in the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients. Mix everything well, but don’t over-mix it. At this point, you can add in the chocolate chips/pieces or nuts (optional).
Pour the batter into the pan and spread it into the edges making it smooth and even on top. Place it in the oven and bake it for about 18-20 minutes. Keep checking after 20 minutes until an inserted skewer comes out dry and clean.
Let the brownie cool down completely and then slice it into equal sized pieces. Serve it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or frost it with chocolate souce, like I did.

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    snehal joshi says:

    Amazing recipe. Should try. My lil one cannot have maida so I should try this recipe for sure. She loves chocolate. Will let you know how it turns out to be.
    #SuperBloggerChallenge2018 #Instacuppa

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    jaya1966 says:

    That browny sure looks yummy. I am not very good at baking cakes though I am a pretty good cook. I will tell my wife to make use of your recipe and bake this browny for me. #SuperBloggerChalleng2018

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    Shipra Trivedi says:

    This looks so yumm. I never backed in my life so far. And with reading every such post that shows how easy backing is, I get to push to try it very soon. Will try it soon. #superbloggerchallenge2018

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    Varsh says:

    I love everything chocolaty too. Your recipe looks simple enough. Loved the beautiful rice in the brownie. Will definitely try this out. My kids will just love it!

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