8.27.2010

mocha fudge brownies

Every other Fridays we hike. On alternating Fridays I host a Teen Literature Group. On Literature days I have decided to make a treat for the group and today's was brownies. I made Mocha Fudge Brownies and man were they good! It still bewilders me why people put eggs in these; some recipes I looked at call for 4 eggs! I hope I was able to capture how moist, dense and delicious my eggless brownies are.

There is a bonus...no need to worry about licking the bowl! My kids really appreciate that :) 

Cost Breakdown:
flour: $.50
Earth Balance: $.75
sugar: $.75
chocolate: $2
coffee: $.50
Total to make 16 pieces:
$4.50




7 comments:

  1. Mmm, look perfect! I made brownies last night, too; how could I not?

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  2. I'm always curious when it comes to vegan baked goods.. I think I'm going to have to give these a try!

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  3. I never understand putting eggs in brownies either. You can make the most amazing vegan brownies so easily. I'm like your children...the best part is getting to lick the bowl!

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  4. Thanks openid and Evan!

    Evan, do give these a try; they are so easy to make!

    JillyAn, you are right! The more I bake the more I come to realize how many recipes add eggs only because the egg industry said they should! Amazing.

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  5. no eggs, eh? I should def try this, thanks for sharing!

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  6. I totally agree, eggs are so unnecessary. My mom has this banana bread she's been making forever that was vegan on accident - she realized that when she got the recipe two decades ago, she accidentally forgot to write down the eggs and so always made it without them. We've never missed them!

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  7. Excellent recipe. They look so yummy and chocolaty. Thanks for sharing these egg free brownies.

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