From The Top 10 Best Vegan Recipes Comes The Best Vegan Cake Recipe Ever

Nowadays we have a Top 10 list for almost everything and in the Vegan World we Have to have one too. So from the Top 10 Best Vegan Recipes comes for me the Best Vegan Recipe Ever…yes My Number 1!

Well it is my number 1 and for my kids as well, and even my not yet vegan husband that loves chocolate could not agree more.

So let’s get straight to the point that’s why you are here and reading this post: you want to get to the Recipe itself so without further waiting here comes my favorite:

Vegan Chocolate Brownie with Walnuts:

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this Brownie literally melts in your mouth

 

It has an Intense flavor of chocolate mixed with pieces of nuts and a sweet glaze of cocoa and hazelnuts.

I have not used any milk or lactose, no eggs or butter but you will be surprised by how soft and juicy the brownie turns out to be and it is even better than the classic brownie, perfect for lactose intolerant people

I prefer to serve it hot with some vanilla vegan ice cream on the side. If you try it you can’t get enough of it, seriously!

Ingredients

using a cake mold of 20 × 30 cm which will give you about 9 portions:Imagen relacionada

50 g of flour

75 g of brown sugar  75 g of white sugar (if you prefer you can just use brown sugar in the same quantity)

100 g walnuts

200 g of dark chocolate 80% or more

125 g of margarine

120 g of vegetable milk

1 teaspoon baking powder

 

For the topping we will need:

2 tablespoons of cocoa Resultado de imagen de walnut

20 g of walnut

20 g of crushed hazelnuts

1 tablespoon sugar glass (this is optional if you want to use it )

3-4 tablespoons of water

How to make and cook your Vegan Chocolate Brownie

Preparation time:

it will not take you longer than 10 minutes for the dough and an extra 20-25 minutes for cooking part.

We will begin by melting a 150 g of chocolate in the microwave.

After that we can proceed to add margarine to the chocolate and mix it until melted.

Add the sugar, the flour, baking powder, 50 grams of chocolate and 100 grams of nuts; they should be cut into pieces, you can mix it all in a food processor of your choice (I use Thermomix which my hubby just bought for me!!!) but you can also do it manually.

Slowly add the vegetable milk (Almond is my choice) until you get a very dense creamy mass.

Pour the mix into the mold covered with baking paper and cook it for approximately 20-25 minutes at 180 ° until the surface is of a matte appearence. Remove it from the oven and let it cool.

For the Topping:

Take the Cocoa Powder and gradually add water to it and icing sugar until a thick cream with a honey-like consistency is obtained.

Pour the glaze over the chocolate brownie that has now cooled off and sprinkle it with crushed walnuts and hazelnuts.

So this is it! Done and time to eat it!!

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The easiest Vegan Brownie Recipe you will ever make

As you can see this recipe is pretty simple and it gets ready in a very short time, the same as it would  take you to prepare other more traditional vegan desserts like a  chocolate sponge cake.

I think the secret to make it perfect is in the cooking and in the consistency of the dough and a big portion of love for what you are doing.

When you love what you cook you can never go wrong!!

May you all have a blessed day! and don’t forget to let me know if you like it

This is one the best and more popular books for Vegan cakes you can find on the Net. Tons of idea where to find inspiration : Clara Cakes

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8 Responses

  1. Matt's Mom says:

    Ok, this recipe looks absolutely delicious!  I am just staring out on a vegan diet, trying to get away from meat altogether.  My only concern is that I don’t like nuts at all.  Will this still turn out just as yummy without the nuts?  I know I am giving up the protein, but I think I could find an alternative protein that I do like 🙂

    • Barbara S. says:

      Try to add muabe some extra chocolate chips  if you want to take the nuts out. It will be fine either way just more chocolaty…

  2. Dalton says:

    Okay, so I’ve gone months at a time being vegetarian, and baking a cake as a vegetarian is pretty simple. Recently I decided to try being Vegan for a month or so to test my body and see how I feel after doing so. The unfortunate part is that my birthday is also coming up this month and it’s SO HARD to find a Vegan cake. 

    That’s when I started looking up how to bake one myself and found your site. 

    This looks ABSOLUTELY delicious. I know you may consider this as a brownie, but I’m going to try doubling or tripling the recipe and making a full cake. Do you think that will work for feeding quite a few more people than say 1 tray of brownies? I’d also like to make it proper cake style as a round or double decker. 

    Do you have any adjustments to the recipe that you would recommend?

    I just don’t want to mess it up on my first go around. 

    I think this Vegan think might work for a while! It seems like there are more and more resources like yours coming out that help us eat healthy, whole foods and maintain a balanced Vegan diet.

    Thank you again!

    Dalton

    • Barbara S. says:

      The Recipe is intended for a nine portions type of cake. I do not think the shape really matter if you want to shape it as a cake it will work fine the only thing is if you want to make it really big then double all the portions but keep in mind it will still be better  quite thin, or as thin as a normal size brownie, the cake will not raise up too much as you would normally have in other types of cakes.

  3. Henry says:

    Hi Barbara! I love your site and this post is one of my favorites. This vegan cake will be yummy. I’ll start buying the ingredients right away. I can’t wait to prepare it and surprise my family. As you say: “Simply delicious!”

    I’m impressed with the simplicity of this recipe. And it can be ready in a very short time. Thank you very much!

  4. Helen says:

    I am not vegan but that doesn’t stop me eating vegan foods, sometimes without even realising it because they happen to be foods I love !  Vegan meals/foods are becoming much easier to find and one thing I have noticed is that they are using regular ingredients that we all have in our cupboards, whereas in the past you would have to have some random product- carob or agave which whilst they can be found, are not in everyones larder. I think this helps with making vegan cookery much easier for everyone to do.  Whilst I dont have any allergies, I do have friends who have gluten or lactose allergies, so to be able to find recipes like this that would be perfect for a afternoon treat that everyone would be able to enjoy, vegan or not. The only thing I would comment on is the method writeup. I like methods that are easy to follow with just the basic instructions, possibly numbered so I can follow where Ive got to. This might be intentional to inject your character into the article but as the whole of the page looks very professional and would not look out of place up there with the best of the foody websites, maybe bullet points would simplify the look of the instructions. Not that the instructions are difficult but it would ‘look’ easier on the outset,

  5. Olympia Francesca says:

    Hello! May I start off by saying at first glance already, the delicious looking vegan brownie made me hungry to make my own. I love desserts, especially chocolate. I am happy to now know this vegan recipe for some yummy brownies. I know my kids won’t hesitate to dig into. Great insight on the dough consistency as this is my main focus when I bake my own recipes from scratch as well. Thanks for sharing, and inspiring all of us.Warm regards to you and your family,Olympia

    Also, good luck on the mission to convert your husband to vegan. I’m sure with more desserts like this he will be one soon enough!

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