Low-fat Prunes Brownies

Low-fat Prunes Brownies

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2 review(s) averaging 4.5. 100% would make again

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DELICIOUS,MOUTH-WATERING DISH LOW IN FAT AND RICH IN PROTEINS,VITAMIN A & B

"LOVE LOVE LOVE. Even my 1 year old (who is dairy free) so i made it with almond milk ate it all up!"

- Jessf12-12

Ingredients

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3 tablespoons UNSWEETENED COCOA POWDER
8-10 CHOPPED READY TO EAT PRUNES
1/2 cup WHOLEWHEAT FLOUR
1/2 cup REFINED FLOUR
1/2 teaspoon BAKING POWDER
1/2 teaspoon SODA BICARBONATE
1 cup CASTOR SUGAR
1/2 cup SKIMMED MILK
2 EGG WHITES; BEATEN
1 teaspoon VANILLA ESSENCE
1 teaspoons OLIVE OIL

Original recipe makes 16 Servings

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Preparation

PREHEAT AN OVEN TO 180 DEGREE C /350 DEGREE F/ G

AS MARK 4.LINE AN 8 INCH SQUARE CAKE TIN WITH BUTTER PAPER.

SIFT THE COCOA POWDER.WHOLEWHEAT FLOUR,REINED FLOUR & SODA BICARBONATE INTO A BOWL.

STIR THE CASTOR SUGAR,THEN BEAT IN THE MILK ,EGG WHITES,VANILLA ESSENCE & OLIVE OIL UNTIL THOROUGHLY COMBINED.

MIX ALL THE INGREDIENTS WELL TO MAKE A SMOOTH BATTER and PUT IN THE CHOPPED PRUNES.

POUR THE BATTER INTO THE CAKE TIN.

BAKE IN THE PREHEATED OVEN FOR ABOUT TWENTY-FIVE MINUTES or UNTIL FIRM TO TOUCH.

WAIT UNTIL COOL THEN CUT INTO 16 SQUARES USING A SHARP KNIFE AND REMOVE USING A SPATULA.

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LOVE LOVE LOVE. Even my 1 year old (who is dairy free) so i made it with almond milk ate it all up!
Jessf12-12 3 years ago
WHILE PULLING OUT OF OVEN AFTER BAKING CUT IN AT A CORNER WITH A KNIFE TO CHECK IF ITS COOKED IF THE KNIFE DOES NOT PULL OUT SMOOTH THEN IT NEEDS MORE BAKING [I posted this recipe.]
penzyk 4 years ago
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