14 Jan 2014

No Bake Biscuit Brownie Recipe (Eggless) - My Guest Post

I am new to the world of blogging, only a few weeks old! As I was wondering how to connect with the other bloggers and how to reach out, I saw a friend request from Aara Shaikh! She blogs at Sweets & Spices, a wonderful blog with easy and unique recipes. I was already familiar with her blog and have tried out her recipes vanilla ice cream and chocolate ice cream.  I was pleasantly surprised to see her message. She is the such a sweet person and volunteered to help me and clear all my doubts. I am glad to have met her.

And then suddenly one day she asked me if I will write a guest post in her blog! I was excited about it and I thank her for giving me this opportunity.

Hop over to Aara's wonderful blog.

For this recipe, I chose to do a simple and well loved recipe as I would like people to be able to make this dish with ease. This is a very easy brownie to make and you probably will have all the ingredients required for this recipe at home so give it a go. It tastes delicious! With every bite you get a taste of biscuit, chocolate and nuts and it tastes as fudgy as a baked brownie!

Recipe Source - Edible Garden

  • 20-25 Marie biscuits 
  • 3 tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 1/4 cup roasted nut of choice (I used walnuts)
  • 2 tsp sugar
  • 1/2 of a 400gm tin condensed milk 
  • 1/4 tsp salt

1. Crush the biscuits. You can use a blender but I chose to put all the biscuits in a ziplock bag and used a rolling pin to crush them. This way I got some coarse pieces too which gave a lovely crunch to the brownie.
2. Add the cocoa powder and salt and mix well.
3. Add the sugar and mix again.
4. Dry-roast any nut of choice and let it cool. Roughly 1/4 cup should do. 
5. Chop it up coarsely and add to the mixture. Mix well. 
6. Add half a tin of condensed milk to this mixture.
7.  Mix well with a sturdy spoon. Mix well until all the powdery bits are combined with the wet ingredients. 
8. Line a plate, pie dish, or baking tray with butter paper (or just grease with some butter) and transfer the mixture to it. Press firmly with wet fingertips until the mixture is uniformly spread. 
9. Put a cling film over it and refrigerate atleast for 4 hours or overnight if possible.
10. If you refrigerate longer, then they can be cut into perfect squares and taste delicious.

Enjoy the brownies!

Until next time,
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  1. Coming over from Aara's space. Nice and lovely no bake biscuit. Welcome to the blogging world and looking forward to more of your fabulous recipes.

  2. Fantastic brownies dear :) lovely guest post !!


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