Total TimePrep: 10 min. Bake: 20 min. + cooling
Ok, so I used my food processor instead of a blender or a stand mixer for the first part ONLY. When combining the wet and dry components, I did it manually, but I guess I must have stirred it too much? I stirred slowly and only until it was all moist, but the brownies came out dense. Despite that, they were DELICIOUS. It was like a really light fudge-y brownie. I loved these so so much. I'd love trying it with some dark chocolate chips or something next time. This is a keeper!
2/7/2019: I'd prepared these brownies and used my mixer rather than a blender. I'd used 1 cup 1% low-fat cottage cheese. I'd added the melted chocolate to beaten egg white mixture and stirred just until blended and baked just 20 minutes in greased and floured 8x8" baking pan.
Surprisingly good! Quite cake-like. I am trying recipes with less fat in them, and when I saw this just knew I had to make them. I used my food processor; I think they would be tricky to get out of a blender jar as the batter is VERY thick. Don't think I will get 16 servings from this, though, as my friends and I DO love chocolate!
I just made these and I had to have one warm out of the oven. I'm not much of a brownie person but these are great! They taste wonderful and chocolaty. My husband frowned at the idea of cottage cheese but wait until he tries them. He's a big chocoholic and I know he will love them. I plan on making them for a family reunion in August. Thanks for a great no guilt recipe!
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These brownies may be light on calories, but they're definitely big on flavor! I made them in my food processor rather than the blender, which worked just fine. My hubby and I both enjoyed them, and I'll definitely be making them again.
Brownies are scrumptious! Texture is like velvet. Little hard to get batter out of blender, but worth it!
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