Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Biscuit Brownie

A no baking biscuit brownie.  That even a kid can make.  And so we made B make it.  And it turned out yummy.  Recipe is from Edible Garden and she even has step by step pictures.

Ideally give four or more hours of refrigeration.  And if you do not have the patience, a two hour wait will also do.  You will get nice chewy brownies rather than stiff ones.  Makes no difference to the taste.  But if you wait, you will get better pictures.


Ingredients:
Marie Biscuits - 20 nos
Cocoa unsweetened - 3 tbsp
Cashew/Almond mix - 1/4 cup - roasted - any nut will do
Condensed Milk - 200 gms ( which is roughly half a tin)
Instant coffee powder - 1 tsp ( optional)

You can add 2 tsp of sugar if you would like it sweeter (optional) - not really necessary

Take a bowl.
Powder the Marie Biscuits.  Allow a few coarse pieces too.  Adds to the crunch
Add the cocoa powder and the coffee powder.
Mix well.  If you are adding the sugar do it here.
Dry roast the nuts of your choice. And make into small pieces.
Add this to the mixture.
Now slowly pour in the condensed milk.  Keep mixing - with a spoon
It will be a slow mix since the mixture is sort of a wet solid.  Make sure all ingredients are blended well.

Line a bowl/tray with greased paper.
Pour in the mixture.
With slightly moist fingers, press down the mixture and level it.

Keep in the refrigerator for a minimum of 4 hours.  Or overnight if you can resist taking a bite.

Cut into pieces.  It will not last long.  So I honestly do not know the shelf life.  But if refrigerated I guess it will keep for at least 10 days.


25 comments:

  1. No bake brownies... lovely sweet treat..:)
    Reva

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  2. Love the texture,chocolaty and divine.

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  3. Looks good. I am sure my daughter is going to make me do it for her.

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    1. She will love it and since she tinkers in the kitchen, maybe she can make it on her own.

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  4. Beautiful no bake brownies love it.

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  5. Delicious brownies.. Very tempting..

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  6. Nice and delicious no bake brownie..love to try this !

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  7. They have come out very beautiful. The condensed milk has given it a creamy glaze.

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  8. I too wanted to try this.. Looks nice ..

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    1. you should. I cannot think of anything more simple and tasty!

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  9. very simple and never tried anything with Marie biscuit.. that sounds very interesting..

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  10. very yummy and tasty.. thanks for sharing..
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  11. Even i tasted this once in nags place, super tempting and yummy brownies

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  12. simple awesome brownie recipe.. Nice one radha

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  13. Thats quite new.. lovely brownies yaar..

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  14. so easy to make. i remember seeing a similar recipe in one of the tv cooking shows on doordarshan and i was after my mom to make these. i have been wanting to make these from so long, but never ever tried. in fact some years back even one of my students from 7th standard had made this and even had explained the whole process to me :-)

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  15. Looks delicious

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  16. These look SO good! No bake? Count me in!

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  17. Looks so tempting, I always scare while making the prefect Brownies coz of my picky kids :), this sounds interesting and differant too with the no bake no risk logic for me :)

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  18. I know what you mean about getting better photos if you keep these in the fridge for more than 2 hours, recently I made chocolate barfis along the same line and had the same problem :-) But I can never wait for that long....bwt the brownie looks good :-)

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