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Low Fat Brownies

Published Wednesday, 28 January, 2009 by Kirsty

Only 82 calories per brownie!!

53%

Ingredients

  • Makes 18
  • 50ml of vegetable or sunflower oil
  • 150g white caster sugar
  • 2 medium eggs
  • 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
  • 50g cocoa powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon of baking powder
  • 80g plain flour

Method

1. Heat the oven to 175c

2. Mix the oil and sugar in a large bowl. Add the eggs and vanilla extract and mix well.

3. Carefully add the cocoa powder, baking powder and flour and mix thoroughly.

4. Grease a baking tin and then fill it with the brownie mixture.

5. Cook in the oven for about 15 minutes

These will keep fresh in the fridge for about a week and also freeze well

Comments

  • Elizabete 6 years ago

    I just finished cooking them and they turned out really good.

  • Spoilers Xoxo 6 years ago

    I'm makingg these and mine have gone a bit buubbly but beforee they were fine! Ohh well xoxo

  • 6 years ago

    I made these, but they came out more like a cake than a brownie. I'll probably give them another go but turn down the oven a bit!

  • Morgan 7 years ago

    Thanks to the brownie recipe i got the highest mark in my food tech group!!

  • Danni And Steve Davis 7 years ago

    Me (danni) and my dad (steve) have made these together twice now! I made them in school once lol. We love them! We add choco chips and might add fruit next time!! Nom nom!!

  • vivian 8 years ago

    disgusting

  • Beth 9 years ago

    All good brownie recipes have oil in them. It is kinda greasy but thats how they are squidgy and tasty. It's not bad grease. Personally I don't think there's a good low fat brownie. The best are the ones with lots of oil and little flour.

  • Zoe 9 years ago

    I've worked out the calories, its 1217.6 for the entire batch (using cadbury's bournville cocoa and with out vanilla extract or baking powder). I'm about to make these now :)

  • phil 9 years ago

    have had other recipies call for oil and the cake came out great, as for amy who is asking for calories, add it up and divide it for the portions you eat, wont be EXACT but roughly good enough.

  • Sophia 9 years ago

    Does the vegetable oil make the brownies really greasy? Can you use butter instead?

  • Han-Banan 9 years ago

    Frickin' love these babys (as did me daddy who is allergic to dairy), gonna try with wheat-free flour next.. yumyumyum!! :D

  • amy 10 years ago

    how many cals are in it thow

  • Sara 10 years ago

    I have just had these.....with added white chocolate chips:) Sooooo Good:D

  • Amie 10 years ago

    yay good recipe

  • Lateshia Batista 10 years ago

    eww these were disgusting u ppl are crazy to like this brounie recipes

  • Jessie 10 years ago

    I going to try this :D

    I'll trust all these positive comments :L

  • Kirsty 10 years ago

    Why thank you :-D

  • Megan 10 years ago

    i made these a while back and some of my cousin nd his fionce nd their baby girl visited me, my cousin said they were gorgeous and i though they were 2!

  • Beth Sheerin 10 years ago

    Wow! Delicious! Way to go Girl!

  • megan 10 years ago

    i think this sounds really really good

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