Who doesn’t love brownies? I know I do and this vegan brownies recipe is just the thing to hit the spot! Now before I start you might be thinking, what makes this the best brownie recipe on the internet? Well, I ate 8 of them within an hour so that’s proof enough in my eyes!
I know a lot of people think that vegan brownies aren’t a thing and that you can’t make brownies without egg, it’s not true and I’ve proved that with this recipe. Sure baking brownies can be a pain and they’re one of the hardest things to bake, that being said they’re also one of the yummiest things to eat!
How To Make Vegan Brownies
When it comes to vegan recipes I will always say the same thing, check the ingredients to make sure they’ve not been changed and that they’re still 100% vegan, otherwise these won’t be 100% vegan brownies.
It’s important to follow the timings for the brownies recipe as they can be so difficult to judge, that being said if your oven is off on temperature that can have an effect as well. It took me a couple of attempts just to get this recipe correct.
This is a brownie recipe UK so you don’t need to worry about cups and ounces thankfully, well I should say a vegan brownies recipe UK in fact, however if you want to mix it up and add chocolate chips or something that isn’t vegan you can.
How To Cut Brownies The Right Way?
Now, this isn’t something that everyone knows, I know I didn’t. Make sure the brownies are no longer warm before cutting them otherwise you’ll have a big mess and no one wants that!
Set the brownies on a cutting board and grab a long and very sharp knife. Run the knife under hot water, then make the first cut. After each cut, clean the knife and run under hot water again. This way you’ll have the best cut, they’ll not be falling apart and they’ll look great!
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How To Tell When Brownies Are Done?
The toothpick method is the one to use. Stick a toothpick in the centre of the brownie and if it comes out more or less clean then they’re done. Gooey brownie batter or melted chocolate chips will stick to the toothpick no doubt but we don’t want raw batter so make sure you tell the difference.
If you get to the 30-minute mark and the toothpick is still not coming out clean then it’s probably fudgy brownie batter, be careful not to overcook though or you’ve got cake! Undercooked brownies are better than overdone and as these are egg free brownies there’s less risk to them being undercooked!
Make sure you let the brownies cool for a minimum of 30 minutes on the side before you remove them from their pan and then transfer them to a wire rack to cool further.
Easy Brownies Recipe
I hate long and complicated recipes, they do my head in and I just want some simple baking! So if you want a simple gooey brownie recipe that you can enjoy with all your friends, this is the one for you! The fudgy brownie recipe is just the thing to get everyone talking and they’ll be happy trust me!
If you want the best brownies then I’d suggest using a silicone baking pan, you don’t need to worry about baking parchment and won’t need to worry about brownies sticking to baking parchment which makes the whole process a lot easier, saving time, effort and money!
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