I know I am very late for making up for my own event, the Microwave Easy Cooking Event
. So thought I might do some quick dessert as that's one dish that can disappear before I can even take a proper pictures of them and I need not worry about calories for myself!
I managed to find time for this quick and simple Brownie that's made with Marie Biscuits. All this required was about 5 mins of preparation and about 5 mins of microwave baking. Since I was baking after a long time, the kids were delighted. And if you can imagine the entire brownie disappeared after flat 10 mins, you can understand how much they loved this brownie.
Other Chocolate Recipes
|Microwave 5 min Brownie|
Step by Step Recipe
Eggless Microwave Biscuit Brownie | 5 Min Biscuit Brownie
Makes : 20 small pieces
Marie Biscuits - 10
Condensed Milk - 3 tbsp
Icing Sugar - 3 tsp
Baking Chocolate - 50 - 60 gms
Milk - 1/2 cup
Almond Cashew powder
- 2 tsp
How to make the Brownie
Roughly chop the baking chocolates and melt in microwave for 1 -2 mins in a microwave bowl, depending on how hard they are. I had mine melted at 2 mins. But take care not to char them.
Run the Marie Biscuits in a mixie and powder it fine.
To the melted chocolate, add the powdered biscuits. Mix well.
Then add the condensed milk, combine and follow it by the icing sugar.
Next add milk slowly, making sure you combine everything without any lumps.
The amount of milk depends on the thickness of the batter. We want free flowing batter.
Finally add the almond cashew powder and combine.
Grease a microwave bowl, pour into the bowl and microwave for 4 mins.
Mine was done by 4 mins. Allow it to stand for a minute and turn to a plate.
I used a tupperware microwave bowl. And since I didn't have a square bowl, had to make do with a circle one. I know we have such preconceived thought for a brownie to be always square bars!
Enjoy your quick treat.
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