The three ingredient banana (Image: The Petite Prepare dinner)
Baking was a preferred interest throughout lockdown and with everybody going through extra restrictions once more, it’s a good time to get again within the kitchen.
For brand spanking new bakers on the lookout for one thing fast and easy to whip up, low ingredient recipes are good.
Andrea Soranidis, aka The Petite Cook, has revealed a recipe for scrumptious wealthy, fudgy brownies, made with simply three issues, in six steps.
You don’t want any flour, butter, milk or eggs – simply bananas, Nutella (or any chocolate unfold) and cocoa powder. In case you use a vegan unfold as an alternative of Nutella, the recipe is totally plant-based.
It’s a good way to make use of up leftover bananas when you’re sick of banana bread after the primary lockdown.
Tips on how to make the brownies, step-by-step (Image: The Petite Prepare dinner)
On her weblog, Andrea explains: ‘I’m making an attempt to keep away from journeys to the grocery store as a lot as potential, so I’m utilizing most of my primary pantry gadgets (akin to flour, milk, butter, and eggs) for my cooking somewhat than baking.
‘This implies I’ve been making uncomplicated and tremendous straightforward desserts recently, utilizing the least elements potential. And these fudgy brownies positively matches the invoice.’
To make the brownies, you simply must mash up the bananas, add the Nutella and the cocoa powder, pour right into a lined tin and bake.
If you wish to add a little bit one thing additional, Andrea suggests placing some nuts, chocolate chips or freeze-dried fruit in as soon as the batter is prepared, earlier than you bake.
As soon as cooked, it’s vital to go away the brownies to chill fully in order that they set. They could appear liquidy once you take them out of the oven however will agency up.
You’ll be able to then slice the tray into 9 squares and benefit from the gooey texture.
To get the total recipe, check out The Petite Cook.
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