Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Vegan Pumpkin Chocolate Brownies

Needless to say am an chocoholic person and never stopped munching them whenever i feel down,happy or else tired, yep i cant survive without chocolates..Coming to this vegan brownies, i simply used silken tofu,pumpkin puree with chocolate chunks for making this fudge like brownies, they were quite addictive, truly tastes marvellous and absolutely irresistible...Its been a long i used tofu in my baking, both tofu and pumpkin puree works out terribly together and this combo rocks for making this kind of brownies, we simply enjoyed them having with a cup of coffee for our breakfast, i dont even have words to express how tasty these brownies were when i tasted them still they were warm..



1/2 cup  Whole-wheat pastry flour
1/2cup Cornflour
1cup All-purpose flour
1 tsp Baking powder
1/2tsp Baking soda
3/4cup Sugar
1/2tsp Cinnamon powder
1/2 cup Pumpkin purée
1/2cup Silken tofu
3tbsp Canola oil
2tsp Pure vanilla extract
1cup Chocolate chips
Few walnuts

Preheat oven to 350°F,grease a square baking pan with enough oil...

In a large bowl, mix together the flours, baking powder, baking soda, sugar, cinnamon powder and walnuts..meanwhile take the chocolate chips with some water and cook in microwave oven in high for 4-5minutes, whisk well and make a thick chocolate sauce..

Whisk pumpkin purée, silken tofu, oil, already prepared chocolate sauce and vanilla until combined, gradually add the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients, being careful not to over mix, pour the batter into prepared pan.

Bake for 23 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.

Let it cool completely and enjoy without any guilt..

64 comments:

  1. Interesting recipe for me, never cooked with tofu pumpkin and chocolate, looks delicious. Hugs Marimi.

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  2. Amazing recipe ~ the brownies look super chocolaty n so sinfully fudgy! YUM!
    USMasala

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  3. This combination is new to me..gonna try for sure..
    RecipeRaaga

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  4. fantastic combo...i too love anything chocolatee...wanna grab one for me now :)

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  5. Brownie looks yummy and scrumptious.

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  6. The brownies looks so delectable.Bookmarking this for a guilt free dessert.

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  7. That's brilliant. I am always looking for new recipes using silken tofu, especially sweet recipes. Does the pumpkin puree make much difference to the flavour? You can't get it here, so I am wondering if I could use some mashed sweet potato instead or something else. What do you think?

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  8. °º♫
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    ºAmiga,°
    ✿♥ Ótima combinação...♫° ·
    Chocolate e abóbora.°º♫
    °ºSinceramente...✿
    º° ✿Isso é tudo de bom.♥ ♫°
    Beijinhosº♫
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    º°Brasil ✿♥ ♫° ·.° ·.

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  9. They are delicious and so moist. Am also chocolate addict and this one is making me drool.

    Cheers,
    Uma

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  10. These look so decadent and delicious and has all those healthy ingredients! Great recipe.

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  11. Hi Priya, I wish you had a print icon so its easier for the readers to take quick print
    I have to copy paste every time
    Thanks

    - Rupa

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  12. wow Priya,they luks so perfect and delicious...too gud brownies!!!

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  13. Cake looks awesomely delicious and mouthwatering.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  14. Lovely combination, looks too tempting.

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  15. This idea is completely new to me.Adding pumpkin would have given the brownies that 'special' flavour.Loved the innovative recipe.

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  16. WOW....Priya...these brownies look amazing...esply with the twist of tofu n pumkin i must say...and also an added magic of choco chips...hmmmm..yum...wish i was anywhere around where you stay i would have shamelessly come down and dunked...i think..;P.

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  17. What a lovely combination! You are so creative! Looks delicious!

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  18. Wow that's so yum and what a beautiful combo ...u r always rocking Priya

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  19. Oh brownies with pumpkins...my son will surely loves these Priya...a very new concept in preparing brownies which is new to me..should try soon:)

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  20. I am not fond of chocolate at all, but this is making me droooool :-) lovely colour too !! bookmarked and will try it out for all the chocoholics at home.. Will usual tofu work as well? I dont seem to have silken tofu at hand...

    btw, sent u an email last Sat / Sun Priya, do check it and let me know..

    thx
    Kalyani

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  21. The brownies look so perfect and delicious. Not to mention healthy as well. Great recipe Priya :)

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  22. This seems to be interesting...usage of pumpkin in brownies. The texture must have been amazing.

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  23. simply superab n tempting brownies.

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  24. The brownies look absolutely amazing.

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  25. can t resist myself grabbing one now..:P
    Tasty Appetite

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  26. Divine, spongy, silky brownies!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  27. @Jacqueline, sure u can very well go for sweet potato puree..

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  28. No butter and so little oil? Wow truly guilt free yet looks so sinful!!!!Bookmarked!!

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  29. I had heard that tofu works well in brownies, but never of pumpkin puree. Your brownies look delicious

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  30. I am so addictied to chocolates too. These look so so good. love the picture.

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  31. Looks perfect, looks like you can release a cook book on cooking with pumpkin. So many innovative recipes, keep rocking girl.

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  32. Wow! It looks very lovely! Tempting brownies!

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  33. Your praise for the brownies are surely making me temp me even more, since pics are already marvelous. BTW if not using pumpkin puree, then what could be a simple substitute?

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  34. looks really delicious..perfect...yumm

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  35. You are so totally in season with the pumpkin creations priya - this one's another beauty! want a bite NOW :(!!!!

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  36. perfect to welcome halloween coming mth...love it

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  37. il a l'air succulent
    bonne soirée

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  38. Those brownies look so delicious. What a great idea to use pumpkin in them.
    Mimi

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  39. what a tempting combination Priya...great work

    http://www.panchamrutham.blogspot.com/

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  40. Brownies yum yum! Nice blog....
    I'm a new blogger, slowly catching up the know-hows

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  41. This one is truly a fudgy brownie, cannot believe it is vegan!

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  42. Very yummy brownies! I am big chocoholic too!

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  43. Its soooper perfect and love the texture.

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  44. Thats a delicious and yummy brownies.

    sabdhaskitchen.blogspot.com

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  45. Amazing Brownies. Love them Priya.

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  46. Oh, wow! Looks and tastes amazing! Will have to copy, and print this yummy vegan brownie recipe for my daughter, lately she's been making a lot of vegan desserts, and this is so droolworthy!
    Thanks for sharing, Priya:DDD

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  47. Priya, I am just making them just now with the sweet potato and white chocolate chips. If they work out ok, is it all right if I post them with links and credit to you?

    Jac
    tinnedtomatoes@googlemail.com
    :O)

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