Black Bean Brownies (using Aquafaba.)

To be honest, I am not sure I am one to decide what is good brownies or not. Back in my baking tweens, making a decent batch of American style brownies was like the one thing I did not master.

Maybe because compared to their Swedish equivalent, or perhaps nemesis,  Kladdkaka (“Mudcake”) – they simply did not stand a chance.
But take it from a big lover of all things-chocolatey, these brownies are perfectly satisfactory. A gooey, moist, fudgy chocolate fest! If this is what brownies are meant to be like – then fine by me!
You will need a pack of black beans and a bit of patience!

→ 1 pack black beans
→ 3 tbsp aqua faba
→ 150 g melted chocolate
→ 1 dl cacao powder
→ 1 dl brown sugar
→ 1 tsp vanilla essence
→ 1 tsp baking soda

1 Melt the chocolate, before mixing everything together in a food processor. Blend until you have reached a smooth consistency. 2 Pour the mixture in a ovenproof dish, ca 20cm 3 Bake at 180ºC for about 25 minutes. 4 Leave to cool completely and then store the dish in the fridge for a few hours (best overnight) = you will get really fudgy brownies.


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