Monday, April 7, 2014

Chocolate brownie waffle

 Every year, when April comes, I feel like everything and everyone is on a holiday.
Even I don't have to go to school anymore, but with a lot of holiday, it makes me lazier than usual, haha. So, I can't help making only easy treats everyday.
Actually you can see that my blog is full of easy desserts, I love the fact that we don't need a lot of times and effort to make delicious things for our family. Today is another easy dessert (or you can serve it as breakfast too). It's so easy to make, and delicious enough to make you happy. The batter and method is almost the same as the brownie, but it has more liquid. If you serve it the day it made, the texture is quite firm, but it will soften the day after ^^. 




Chocolate brownie waffle
Serve 4

 65g ................................ Unsalted butter
85g ................................. Dark chocolate
140g ............................... Granulated sugar
2 ...................................... Eggs
1tsp ................................. Vanilla extract
150g ................................ Plain flour
2tbsp ............................... Cocoa powder
2tsp ................................. Baking powder
1/2tsp ............................. Salt
110ml .............................. Milk

 Put the butter and dark chocolate in the microwavable bowl, then heat in the microwave (600w) for 1.30 minutes.
Remove from the microwave and stir until completely melt, then add the sugar and salt, stir until combine. Let the mixture cool for 5 minutes.

Add the eggs, then stir until combine.
Sift the flour, cocoa powder and baking powder together and pour into the bowl, stir until combine.
Pour the milk, and vanilla extract into the bowl, stir to combine.

Preheat a waffle iron according to the manufacturer's instructions. 
Pour some batter (how much depends on the size of your waffle iron) onto the grids and spread it to the edges with a spatula. Cook the waffles 4 to 7 minutes depending on your machine. 
Serve warm with whipped cream and syrup or honey.
Ps. You can serve it warm from the waffle iron, or let it cool before serving. 


Chocolate brownie waffle

4 comments:

My Linh said...

Gosh, this looks delicious! I love your creations. Even when the recipe is easy, the outcome looks amazing :) I'm tempted to buy a waffle iron now... (My boyfriend will shoot me for buying even more kitchen-gadgets hahaha)

Victoria Bakes said...

something new indeed... i am already loving the name of this.. bookmarked and thanks for sharing

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