The weekend is almost here. Thursday just makes me very excited because I usually bake over the weekend and its my time to test new recipes and experiment. Its overall a very thrilling experience to be able to bake and shoot new recipes each weekend. I am super thankful to you all, for enjoying all my recipes so much and sending so many positive feedbacks. It just melts my heart each time.
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One can never get enough of brownies. Its almost like the most essential dessert for all chocolate lovers. I usually end up baking brownies or chocolate cake because I am kinda fussy that way. Though I love trying new ingredients and flavours, Chocolate is something I can never give up. This Skillet Brownie is my new favourite. One is because its baked in these small and cute skillets which pretty much makes up for single servings. And second because, the brownies bake wonderfully in these skillets, making the perfect texture that you need. I like my brownies over chocolaty and gooey. How about you guys???
A scoop of ice-cream and chocolate sauce on top is never a harm, but sometimes all you crave for is the brownie itself without any additions. This was one such attempt. The recipe is fairly simple and you can get done in like 20 mins or so. Though I have like 5 or 6 brownie recipes that I follow each time depending on my mood, the one that I am sharing with you today, is something that I swear by.
Lets get started with the recipe now.
- 1 Cup All Purpose Flour
- 3 to 4 Tbsp Coco Powder
- 1 Tsp Baking Powder
- ¼th Tsp Baking Soda
- ½ Cup Powdered Sugar
- 80 gms Butter
- 1 Pinch Salt
- 1 Cup or 200 gms Dark Chocolate
- ½ Cup Apple Sauce ( Peel and dice 1 medium apple. Boil it for 10 mins. Strain the water and puree it in a blender)
- 1 Tsp Vanilla
- ¼th Cup Buttermilk
- Walnuts and Chocolate chips to top
- In a bowl sift together flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt. Make sure you sieve all the ingredients atleast twice. Keep it aside.
- In another bowl, melt together butter and dark chocolate. You can microwave it or use a double boiler technique.
- Whisq together applesauce and sugar in a different bowl. Add in the butter milk, vanilla and mix together.
- Then add the melted chocolate.
- Now add in the dry ingredients in batches. Mix everything together. We don’t want too much air in the batter else the brownies will turn cakey and not gooey.
- If you want it to be more chocolaty, add in some chocolate chunks. This is completely optional.
- Pour in the batter into 2 mini skillets or an 8" Cake tin and add some walnuts and chocolate chips on top.
- Bake in a pre-heated oven for about 30 mins at 180 degrees. Let it cool before you slice it. It might come apart a little bit but that is completely okay.
- Enjoy your yummy Brownies!!!!