The Best Chewy, Fudgy Brownies You'll Ever Make
You will want to give this easy brownie recipe a try. Full of chocolate, and walnuts it is sure to be one of the best brownie recipe ideas you will make. This homemade brownie recipe is melt-in-your-mouth and gets its intense richness from the addition of cocoa, melted chocolate, butter and chocolate chunks. The walnuts are added onto the top of the brownies and give the recipe a nice about of crunch and additional health benefits. The short recipe tutorial shows you all the simple steps you need for a dessert recipe you will be sure to try again.
The unsweetened cocoa powder, when it is added to this easy brownie recipe, is what gives the recipe it's rich chocolate flavor. Cocoa Powder is sold in supermarkets and grocery stores as natural unsweetened cocoa powder and is the result of separating the cocoa solids and the Cocoa Butter. Cocoa powder has an intense chocolate flavor and comes in either Dutch-processed cocoa which is alkalized or natural cocoa powder varieties. Natural cocoa powder is a lighter brown in color and has a more strong pronounced chocolate flavor. Cocoa powder is also slightly acidic and works best for when used in chocolate recipes that call for baking soda. This brownie recipe adds chocolate chunks for extra chocolate flavor. Cocoa powder is an ingredient that can be used to make a variety of no-bake cookie recipe ideas and hot cocoa recipes. Alkalized cocoa powder is not as acidic as regular cocoa and is darker in color, and has a more mild chocolate flavor than lighter cocoa powder. When making any recipes that use baking powder in the mix, it is suggested to use alkalized cocoa powder. You will find cocoa powder available in special dark and natural unsweetened varieties. Cocoa powder contains a variety of minerals to include calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, copper, sodium, potassium, and zinc. You will find all of these minerals in larger quantities in cocoa powder when compared to cocoa butter and cocoa liquor. Cocoa solids also contain approximately 230 mg of caffeine and 2057 mg of theobromine per 100gram serving.
The walnuts in this homemade brownie recipe give the recipe plenty of nutritional benefits to enjoy. Walnuts are a great addition to all sorts of recipes and tasty snack ideas. Whether you are looking for a walnut holiday cookie recipes, easy cookies or homemade cookies, walnut is a good choice. Just think of walnuts in your favorite fudge recipe, or a banana bread recipe with walnuts, always yummy. Walnuts pack a lot of nutritional value with walnuts being an excellent source of iron, protein, and dietary fiber, with lesser amounts of vitamin C and calcium. Some fun facts about walnuts include that they are the oldest known tree food, dating back to 10,000 BC. The English walnut variety which is also known as Persian walnuts originated in Central Asia and were later introduced to California in the 1700s. 99percent of the commercial U.S. supply of walnuts and 3/4 of the world trade of walnuts currently come from the state of California. Walnuts have always been considered important for their medicinal properties and nutritional benefits, helping to cure everything from bad breath, helping to reduce inflammation, and healing wounds.
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