You know what? I said to myself - that's it. If no one is going to eat those pies, cakes, brownies, cupcakes with frosting, buttercream, nuts, cherries, other berries and many more - I am going not to bake. Come on, how can I eat everything by myself, it's spring, soon I won't fit to cross the door. Besides, there are people on the street that would gave a heart for a piece of home made cake (and a soul for a bottle of vodka), and here at home nobody eats nothing. Even regular butter waffles i made for breakfast - only pizza, dumplings, fast food or sandwitches. That is hillarious. I am going on a strike - you don't wanna cake? I am not gonna bake cake, never, ever! Well, I mean, maybe for a few days. Yeah, three days enough. Do you think after that they are going to eat my sweets? Oh well, this is a destiny of a baking girl living with two men...
Ok, so let's ignore that fact that nobody eats my brownies, apart from me, and let's get a recipe. Oh, by the way, these brownies are low fat brownies, so perfect match for a spring coffee brakes, don't yu think so? :)
We will waste: 60-70 min.
We are going to make: 15 brownies
From one piece we will get: about 230 cal
• 100g of cream butter (at room temperature)
• 3/4 cup of regular sugar
• 4 egg whites
• 3/4 cup of warm water
• 3/4 cup of cacao (low fat, with no sugar)
• a pinch of cinamon
• a pinch of ecological chilli for chocolate
• 1 cup of grounded nuts
• 2 tspns of baking powder
• 2 cups of regular flour
Mix butter with sugar untill they get together in a one bubble. Add spices - cinamon, chilli, you may also add some salt, if you want, mix. Mix warm, fresh water with cacao powder and add them into your pastry, make a nice smooth mixture. Add nuts. Mix paking powder with flour and add them, step by step into your dark brownies pastry. Finanlly whip egg whites to nice white consistence and carefully add them into pastry. Carefully mix.
Put a baking sheet on your tin - pour pastry and make surface plane with a spoon. I personally used a baking pot - like this one, only square, not rounded.
Preheat oven to 350F (180C), put inside and bake for 40 minutes. Remember, you can always check is it ready by just putting a fork into pastry - if it doesn't get stick with a pastry - it's ready. Good luck in baking, and I hope, in your home verybody will love it and eat it up as fast as you prepare the tea, enjoy :)