Dessert time! Guest post by Jagoda from CookingWithBlueberry :)

Jagoda's food blog is one of my favorites so its only fitting that I asked her to participate in my dessert guests posts :) If you enjoy the recipe she shares today then by all means pop over to CookingWithBlueberry and follow for many more delicious recipes! She is very sweet so let her know what you think. She would love to hear from you :)

Now I'll let her introduce herself...

My blog is about what I love to do in my free time, COOKING. It became
my favorite hobby about two years ago when I moved out of the house
and realized I loved spending hours just preparing meals. I was
especially proud of myself when my family and friends loved the food I
would make. I had no prior experience, I just learned from watching tv
and the internet was extremely useful. I enjoy looking at recipes and
If I have to be honest..I never followed one recipe step by step
exactly as written. I always do it my way, I'm sure many people who
are into cooking have it the same way. By the way, I'm a Jersey girl
and I'm currently in medical school. People always ask me how I have
time to cook. Well, the only other thing I do besides studying is
cooking. I always have time for food.

The recipe Jagoda will be sharing with us today is her Intense Chocolate Brownie Pie

1. 2 Cups All-Purpose Flour
2. 2 Egg Yolks
3. 2 Egg Whites
4. 2 Sticks of Unsalted Butter
5. 2/3 Cup HERSHEY'S Cocoa Powder
6. 1 Teaspoon Baking Powder
7. 1 Teaspoon Vanilla Sugar
8. 1 Teaspoon Vanilla Extract
9. 1 Cup White Sugar (add 1/2 cup - 1 cup more for sweeter taste)
10. 1 Cup Chopped Almonds (optional, feel free to substitute with walnuts, dried fruit, etc.)
11. 1 Cup Kefir/Milk (optional, used to thin batter)
12. Powdered Sugar












INSTRUCTIONS-

1. Add flour, baking powder, and a pinch of salt to a large bowl. Mix gently.

2. Melt 2 sticks of unsalted butter on non-stick pan and add sugar, vanilla sugar, and cocoa powder. 

3. Mix on very low heat, do NOT burn butter or sugar. Mix until sugar has completely melted. 

4. Set pan aside to cool, and add 2 egg yolks to the flour mixture. Add kefir/milk and mix with mixer.

5. When chocolate has slightly cooled, add the liquid ingredients to the dry ingredients and mix on high.

6. If batter is too thick, add kefir/milk/water mixture. Remember, the batter should NOT be runny. 

7. Whip 2 egg whites with 1/2 cup of sugar until foam has set. 

8. Add foam to the batter and stir it in gently.

9. Preheat oven to about 185C (370F).

10. Add batter to cake pan and spread evenly. Bake for about 30 minutes. Check batter after 25 minutes.

11. Sprinkle powdered sugar on cooled pie. Serve!



*Tips: *I do have to warn you, this pie did not come out very SWEET. I used a decent amount of cocoa powder, and the first thing you can taste is the rich chocolate. If you do not like bitter chocolate, be sure to add at least 2 cups of sugar (see recipe below). I am not a huge fan of very sweet cakes, therefore I do not overly sweeten my food. 
Happy baking! :)


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Hope you enjoyed this guest post! If you would like to guest post you can contact me at ameriausblog@gmail.com





Dessert time! Guest post by Jagoda from CookingWithBlueberry :) Reviewed by C. Hawkins on 15:32 Rating: 5

3 comments:

  1. Wow, this sounds like a lovely flourless cake - err brownie. I made a flourless chocolate cake tonight but I think I'd like your recipe better!

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  2. Thanks for reading Maureen! :)

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  3. I love the photograph of the cow. Cows rock. Cakes too. :)

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