World’s best Tofu brownies- Vegan Brownies

tofu brownie
 This year may be the last when my kids may say Ok for the idea of Santa. One already says, Santa seems everywhere anyway taking pics for money( a common sight at the malls) and the other saying that perhaps due to the economic crisis. As they deliberate through these giant ideas of economic situations, job opportunities which seem larger than their heads, I realise it is the last time perhaps Santa may get cookies and milk.
tofu brownies
So now that we were discussing Santa, they were so against feeding Santa cookies. The reason, it is so boring. So we have decided that Santa needs to eat a bit healthier too. But yes, we are keeping it sweet and better we have tofu brownies.

Similar recipe – Museli cake

Chocolate Museli cake

 

Brownies are the ever pleasing baked treats you always want to hang on to. The idea of swapping the regular ingredients for tofu was purely a need for keeping the protein levels high as it was the preferred snack box addition too. The deep dark chewy dark chocolate tofu brownies have always been a hit.

Similar recipe –Rustic apple cake

rustic apple cake

 Make these tofu brownies with nuts, swirl in the peanut butter or top it with crushed candy cane it always comes perfect. This brownie gets better cos it is eggless with whole wheat flour. Pick up vegan-friendly good cocoa and you have a perfect treat..dont miss to leave some for Santa.
tofu brownies
If you have in mind for a perfect  Christmas Plum Cake use this never disappointing recipe
This recipe is a part of Foodie Monday blog hop #175 Christmas special which I find is a cool idea to hang on to. I loved the theme as soon as the group proposed it and guessed you may all like a little twist to the Santa Treats.
And to
Dear Santa, I love the lovely white curls all over, the smiley chubby face and may wait every year even if my kids grow up.
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 World's best Tofu brownies Yum
Vegan Brownies, eggless, butter free and No APF
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Rating: 5
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Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Passive Time 10 minutes
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Ingredients
wet ingredients
dry ingredients
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Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Passive Time 10 minutes
Servings
pieces
Ingredients
wet ingredients
dry ingredients
optional
Votes: 1
Rating: 5
You:
Rate this recipe!
Instructions
  1. Collect all the ingredients.
  2. Grease the brownie pan well and set aside
  3. Preheat the oven to 180
  4. Drain the soft tofu, break up the tofu and whisk till it is smooth.
  5. Add the vanilla extract, sugar, cocoa powder and water if needed and whisk thoroughly.
  6. Sift the Wholewheat flour, salt and baking powder twice and add to the wet mix and gently mix together.
  7. Pour this mixed in the greased pan and bake for 25 to 30 minutes.
  8. Check for doneness with a skewer.
  9. Cool the bake and slice.
  10. Enjoy this beautiful bake with a cup of milk.
Recipe Notes

The test bake will crack on top of the tofu is because the tofu is dry, add water as said above.

 

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Jayanthi
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Jayanthi

Lovely recipe and presentation Seema

The Girl Next Door
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Wow, these brownies look so good! Never knew you could use tofu in brownies.

Kalyani
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Wouldn’t mind being Santa this season to gorge on this divine vegan brownies. Never baked with a tofu altho I have seen spectacular results like this bake !

Vidya Narayan
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Plus points for vegan brownies and use of whole wheat, tofu. Looks incredibly moist and yum. Santa will come, eat the brownies and never go back! ha ha.

Sujata Roy
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Tofu brownie looks delish. I wish I could taste one. Excellent share.

Mayuri Patel
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I so wish I could get silken tofu to bake with it. The brownies look so tempting , fudgey, and love the clicks. A good way to add protein to ones diet.

Poonam Bachhav
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Always admire the way you come up with brilliant ideas to add nutrition into your food, without compromising on taste Seema ! This tofu brownie recipe is indeed a keeper one. Thanks for the lovely share.

Veena Krishnakumar
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wow….So beautifully presented. Can’t take my eyes off the screen. Such a wonderful recipe

Sujata Shukla
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Tofu Brownies! Now thats something new, to me at least! The brownies look rich and decadent and one would never suspect its eggless and vegan. Love the images in the post, Seema!

Swati
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These Brownies look so good and tempting!! What a nice and healthy treat for Santa !!!

themadscientistskitchen
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Bookmarking! I too agree I need proteins in our diet and hence I will try any sneaky method of adding proteins in the form of eggs, paneer, tofu. Waiting for Kiddo to come back will make it and with ice cream, she will love it. (I hope cannot predict her now).

Preethi'sCuisine
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Absolutely wow Seema. Tofu brownies sounds nterestingLove this healthy treat that can be eaten guilt free.

sasmita
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WOW !!! Tofu brownies sounds super interesting for me Seema   Lovely share for theme as well