You can swap unsweetened applesauce for oil and eggs, and you can also use canned pumpkin (and some water to get the desired thickness) as a replacement as well.
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7 3/5/12 12:38 P
Try this one: (You will need a greased (9"x13"x2" baking pan & a 350 degree oven).
2 cups flour 1/2 tsp. baking powder 1 cup water 3/4 cup brown sugar 3/4 cup sugar ( white granulated) 1 tsp. salt 2 teaspoons vanilla extract 3/4 cup baking cocoa, plus a little more, if desired 1/2 cup canola or other cooking oil
Mix dry ingredients together ( flour, baking powder, salt, sugars, & cocoa) in a large bowl & set aside. In a separate bowl, mix the wet ingredients together ( water, vanilla, & oil ). Then mix the wet into the dry until well blended. Spread the mixture in the pan, & bake for 25 minutes, or until a knife can be inserted & come out clean or a toothpick comes out with moist crumbs.
This comes from a blog that is on the Internet. I haven't made this, so cannot guarantee the results. Quite a few people commented that they liked this.
Added note: You might have to adjust the sugars to your preference. One person did say that they used only 1 tsp. vanilla.
Edited by: LONIANNE at: 3/5/2012 (13:33)
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3/3/12 9:44 P
Oh wow, that sounds great! Can't wait to try it, thanks :)
3/3/12 8:51 P
Have you tried Black Bean Brownies, you can also use the low fat variety, adds protein to your dessert
Betty Crocker Brownie Mix or Low-Fat Brownie Mix Black Beans 1 can (small can) Directions, bake accord to box direction for oven temps and preheating
Add 1 can of black beans ( drained and rinsed ) and 1/4 can of water to your food processor blend until they are liquidfied. Add to brownie mix and stir until moistened ..(add more water if needed)
Bake according to direction on box.
Very moist, you will not be able to tell you used beans
an old WW recipe
Edited by: LOOSEINGIT at: 3/3/2012 (20:52)
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3/3/12 7:19 P
My bf does not eat eggs, cuz he's that vegetarian. Does anyone know a good recipe for eggless brownies? Let me know! :D
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