Friday, October 11, 2013

Eggless & Butterfree Applesauce Brownies

Brownie is a flat,baked squares or bar prepared usually with fudgey,cakey like texture. A brownies is a cross between a cake and a cookie. They may includes nuts,whipped cream,chocolate chips or many more ingredients, a variation made with brown sugar and without chocolates called blondies is also a kind of brownies. Brownies goes awesome for desserts, in most of the restaurants they are served with a scoop of icecream,whipped cream, or simply sprinkled with powdered sugar. Kids can carry very well brownies in their lunch box and they are typically eaten by hand.

Today am sharing a super moist, very chocolatey and very fruity brownies prepared with homemade applesauce. These brownies are lower in fat than most of the brownie recipes and its tastes seriously delicious since this brownies goes for loads of nuts and chocolate chips. An easy brownie to make and enjoy anytime of the day with your favourite drink.This eggless,butterfree and lowfat applesauce brownies suits prefectly for this week's blogging marathon as i chosed chocolates as my theme.Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#33.

You can use storebought apple sauce or else homemade, i simply cook some apple chunks with enough water and grind them as thick apple sauce, you can either spice them with cinnamon or cardamom,but for this recipe we need unflavoured applesauce.Sending to Srivalli's Cake Mela.




1cup Flour
1/2cup Oil
1cup Applesauce
1tsp Vanilla extract
1cup Sugar
1/4cup Unsweetened cocoa powder
1/4tsp Baking powder
1/2cup Chocolate chips
1/4cup Hazelnuts or any other nuts (roughly chopped)
1/4tsp Salt

Line a square baking pan with a greased baking sheet.

Whisk together the oil, applesauce, sugar and vanilla extract.

Meanwhile sieve together the flour,cocoa powder,baking powder,salt and keep aside.

Now add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients and slowly mix everything, dont overmix.

Fold in the chocolate chips, chopped nuts.

Pour the prepared batter to the already prepared baking tin and bake for 20-25minutes.

Let them cool completely.

Slice it as small squares and enjoy.

31 comments:

  1. wow such an delicious egg free delight makes me drool for those fudgy brownies :) very tempting one !! butterless so i can finish the whole plate :)

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  2. thanks for the recipe...it seems so easy peasy..but is it as moist as the regular egg n butter brownies?

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  3. Love the color of the brownies not the usual deep brown but reddish I like that and looks yum too.

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  4. is thr ant ING which u didnt used in baking world..these luks os cute n tempting di...

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  5. Wow...love those cute colors...lovely with perfect yellow..too professional..

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  6. Tempting guilt free brownies.. Perfectly baked and beautifully captured..

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  7. Eggless and butterless hmm reason for me to think about brownies.It asking me to take some from the plate now itself.

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  8. Nice colour and beautiful crust .. Yumm

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  9. Delicious and yummy brownies, looks very tempting. Surely going to try this.

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  10. Perfect cake for guilt-free snacking!!!! hey look so good Priya ji..

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  11. these look so yum Priya, must try recipe.

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  12. Brownies look super moist and apple sauce does give them a rich gloss aks :)

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  13. Priya the brownies look super moist and love the use of apple sauce ..wonderful recipe.

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  14. These look delicious. It is not always easy to pull-off an eggless dessert, but I think you've done it. Have a wonderful weekend. Blessings...Mary

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  15. Omg , those brownies looks yummylicious !

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  16. Wow looks too good! I am also posting a similar brownie recipe later today!

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  17. I am going apple picking tomorrow at a local farm - maybe I'll make this when I get back

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  18. perfectly baked brownies, gr8 vegan option :-)

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  19. wow... such fudgy looking brownies... love that it is healthy as well...

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  20. @Jasmine Bhatia, extremely moist as like brownies we usually bake with eggs.

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  21. What a luck! I am having a whole crate of apples and wondering what to do with it and I know that I am using some of them to make this yummy brownies...

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  22. Applesauce in brownies is a great idea. Really have to try this one.

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  23. Very nice one Priya..I am so tempted to bake these..

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