I would prefer spending my free time baking some sweets rather than going out and spending too much money. Baking makes me feel relaxed and gives me peace of mind. Hence I would exchange my precious time for salon, shopping and spa to a date with my oven.
I’ve been baking several flavors of cakes and cupcakes yet haven’t tried eggless baking. Well, what I meant for eggless baking were the vegan recipes that get rid of eggs and dairy. This is actually the most challenging aspects of vegan baking since eggs are the ones who leaven and give structure to our baked goods. But these ingredients can be replaced which in fact gives astonishing results because I have tried a vegan cake in one of the parties I have attended. The cake was really moist that you can’t stop on taking for another bite. However, since I haven’t tried baking it on my own, I wondered what would be the outcome of my goods without eggs on it. Hence, with my curiosity encouraging me to make one, I hastily looked for recipes that call for eggless baking.
While browsing the internet, I stumbled over red velvet brownie (from foodbound website) that has no eggs on it. Red velvet seems to be an all time favorite of everybody. And making red velvet in a brownie type is quite interesting. As I checked the recipe, all the ingredients were available in my pantry. So I decided to make one.
Eggless Red Velvet Brownie
1/3 cup Oil
1 cup Sugar
2 tsp Vanilla Extract
1/4 cup Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
1/8 tsp Salt
1 tbsp +1/4 tsp – Red Food Color
3/4 tsp Vinegar
1/2 cup Buttermilk
3/4 cup All Purpose flour
1/4 tsp Baking Soda
If you want to have a moist fudge like brownie, underbake your brownies by five to ten minutes. Underbaking by a bit also ensures that you will not get a brownie brick such as dry, hard, or burned due to overbaking it.
Enjoying baking :)