Handmade brownies

Brownie is a chocolate cake that has long been popular in American homes.Even if you say cake, the sponge is just between cookies and cakes.The standard one is cut into a square shape, and it is often lined up with donuts and cinnamon rolls at coffee shops.

Some dough is mixed with nuts and dried fruits and baked, chocolate chips are added, and the surface is iced!There are various recipes and arrangements.Fudgy Brownie, which is sweet and moist, is popular in the United States, but it may be a little too sweet for Japanese people.The good thing about handmade products is that you can adjust your favorite labor and quantity instead of general white sugar.Generally, cakes include eggs and milk, and chocolate contains dairy products, but with cocoa powder without adding chocolate.You can make it with only plant-derived ingredients, such as using vegetable oil instead of eggs and soy milk instead of milk!


  • Organic flour 250g
  • Organic cocoa powder 45g
  • Organic walnut 150g
  • Organic soy milk 200ml
  • 200ml oil
  • Sugar beet sugar 180g
  • Baking powder (aluminum free) 1 teaspoon


  • bowl
  • Mold (18 x 18 cm)

How to make

  1. Add flour (wheat flour, cocoa powder, BP) to the bowl and mix with sugar beet.
  2. Add soy milk and oil and mix.
  3. Finely chop the lightly roasted walnuts and add to the dough.
    * Leave a little for decoration.
  4. Pour the dough into a mold, flatten and decorate with walnuts.
  5. Bake in an oven preheated to 180 ° C for 30 minutes.
    * Please adjust the degree of baking and the baking time.

> Person who wrote this article

Chef Fumio Yonezawa

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This article is a re-edited version of the "ORGANIC RECIPE" article published on October 2020, 2.

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