Recently I posted an eggless cocoa brownie recipe which got so many admiration from readers. Many tried it immediately and gave wrote to me that it was so yum. So I couldn’t resist making a video of the same. This one is loaded with nuts and choco chips and makes a great tea time snack. And guess what, it is so easy to make. Do try this and let me know how you liked it.
Though I was not satisfied with the yesterday’s photos, I am so happy with my today’s brownie recipe and the photos. When I made Eggless Brookies, it gave me an idea for brownies but I never tried it. When the theme brownies was announced, I thought of trying this recipe for a day. I know that the combinations work, but in the brownie pan baked in a tin, I was a little sceptical. But all my doubts cleared when I sliced it and I was so happy to see perfect squares. This went to my daughter’s friends today and she came back with so much of positive feedback from friends. Daughter happy, mom also happy.
For this week’s BM, I have selected a theme my daughter loves, Brownies. I have already posted some brownie recipes and still I am in search of a good recipe. Today I tried a recipe and I should say they came out super gooey. The taste was so good and my daughter gave me a thumbs up but I am not at all satisfied with the look of the brownies. I actually added more batter to the ramekins and they started oozing out of the rim. So the final result is not such a great beauty, but look at the portion in spoon, it is totally good.
Rasmalai cake has been in my wish list for long. This is such a great fusion dessert, combining both the Indian flavours and the cake. For the cake I used my best oil based vanilla cake recipe. But to give a nice Indian twist, instead of adding the vanilla essence, I used badam milk essence, which gives the cake a nice flavour and colour. And it goes perfectly with the rasgollas and cream. As I have discussed many times, use oil based recipe if you are serving the cake chilled. If you use butter cakes, you will have a hard cake but if oil based cake is used, it will be super moist even after refrigeration.
For the final day of no bake desserts, here is one more recipe which I made using rasmalai. You would be wondering why I was having so much of left over rasmalai? Wait till tomorrow or go to my YouTube channel for my new video today. You will understand why. I was doing single portions for all these three days as I am off sugar for the past six months and the only person who can eat sugar is Sruti. So these are single serving desserts just made for her. And she is so enjoying this theme.
From the morning I have been thinking of a name for this dessert but I couldn’t guess one. Don’t be fooled by the looks. I am so bad at capturing this type of dishes, but it is so good. Layers of cake crumbs, a delicious chocolate sauce, whipped cream and butterscotch chips make this a super awesome dessert. Every layer has a different texture and when combined together it creates a great flavour profile in your mouth. And it is so easy to make.
Glass desserts are a craze among home bakers and clients. I have been seeing a lot of delicious glass desserts in my FB feed. The flavours are so exotic. And as a baker it is a great way of taking care of all the left over cream, frostings and cake scraps too. When I saw the theme No Bake Lazy Day Desserts for BM this month, I chose it immediately. Being a cake decorator, I am always left with some cake, cream or ganache and what a better way to use them all up.
For the second week of this month’s BM, the theme I selected is so interesting. I am sure many of you would love it. When I saw vegan sweets, I chose it immediately. For me being a vegan is impossible as I survive on Paneer and butter. But I can have some recipes which will be useful for readers and even I could give it to Sruti without much guilt. The first sweet that came to my mind was jelly. And as this is the season of mangoes, I went for mango jelly. I had a pack of orange agar agar which I bought a long time back. I thought it was plain agar agar and bought it but only after coming home I realised that it was orange flavoured agar agar. So it just settled happily in my fridge. I decided to use it in this recipe.
For the final day of the easter treats, I made this golden egg. What is easter without an egg. Most traditional breads have coloured eggs placed in the braids of the breads. And they also make chocolates in egg shape. Some chocolates are made so huge and they are filled with more chocolates so that when you break the egg, the treats flow out. I just wanted to keep this simple.
For the second day, here is one more easy breezy dessert you can put together in around fifteen minutes. I am not going for any traditional recipes this week, but am just giving you some good ideas for any party you will be doing for easter or some other occasion. Ever since I bought a pack of dried rose petals from Delhi, I have been using it to top my desserts. My daughter loves it and being the only one who is trying out the desserts, I am quite happy to add the rose petals on them. They look so good and tastes great too.