Who doesn’t enjoy a good brownie? Most do. My husband loves brownies. When I vowed not to buy boxed I wasn’t sure we would ever eat brownies again. Ha. I called up my mom and asked her if it was possible to make homemade brownies (my mom is an amazing cook and I owe my skill and love for cooking/baking to her). She said, “Of course! I have a recipe for brownies you can have.” S.W.E.E.T.
At Christmas I made a couple gifts that was this homemade brownie mix inside a jar with instructions for the wet ingredients to mix in. People liked them. So now I am sharing the recipe with you, of course!
Abby loves baking…she’s putting the sugar in and usually doesn’t spill except for the time I step back to take a picture…
Sticking her finger in the bowl…
Pinch of salt
Someone loves tasting while baking
Spinning the bowl
mmm hmm. She bakes with her Grandma a lot and learned to lick the spoon.
Only takes a few minutes to mix together.
The best part? I made them healthier but you can’t tell a difference! They taste the same as always! And of course the fact that there’s no processed chemicals 🙂
1/4 cup butter
1/4 cup plain yogurt
1 cup sugar
1/2 cup cocoa powder
1/2 cup all-purpose flour
1 tsp vanilla
1 tbsp water
1. Cream butter, yogurt, sugar, egg, vanilla (The yogurt is a sub for another 1/4 cup butter. That’s almost a 400 calorie save!).
2. Add cocoa powder, flour, water.
3. Grease 8×8 pan and pour brownie batter in.
4. Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes.
*If you want to fill a 9×13 pan then double the entire recipe. The yogurt substitute was great because it made the batter just like a box batter and wasn’t as heavy as normal with all butter, which allowed less water in the mix.