Mocha Brownies


Mocha brownies are to die for. With deep notes of expresso, fudge like texture, mocha brownies have decadence written all over them. An indulgent treat with hardly any preparation time, you will need to bake them for a good 40 minutes till the edges and top turn crack-y.

Do use good quality dark chocolate and make sure you use coffee granules when making these brownies. Its the addition of coffee granules which gives it a nice bitter flavor. A great way to end a meal is with chocolate, serve Mocha Brownies as a party dessert and you will wow your guests who are sure to ask for the recipe.

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Mocha Brownies

Mocha Brownies Recipe

Preparation: 15 mts, Baking: 40 mts

Adapted from Martha Stewart

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Ingredients:

1/2 cup all-purpose flour

1/4 tsp salt

1/4 tsp baking powder

1 1/2 tbsps unsweetened cocoa powder

4 tbsps butter

1/2 teaspoon vanilla essence

1 cup chopped dark/bitter sweet chocolate

2 tsps instant coffee powder/expresso (I used Nescafe)

2 eggs, lightly beaten

3/4 cup brown sugar

1 Preheat oven to 180 degrees C. Grease and flour square pan and line with butter paper, leaving a 2 inch overhang on the two sides so that you can lift the cake from the pan easily once done. Grease the paper and keep aside.
2 In a bowl, add flour, cocoa powder, salt and baking powder. Mix and keep aside.
3 Place a medium heatproof bowl over a pan of simmering water. Place butter in the bowl and let it melt. Remove the bowl from the simmering water and stir in the expresso and chopped chocoate and stir till chocolate melts completely.
4 Whisk in eggs and add the vanilla essence before adding the sugar. Mix well.
5 Mix in the flour-cocoa powder mixture until no trace of flour is left, using a wooden spoon. Do not over mix. Pour batter into prepared pan.
6 Bake in preheated oven for 35-40 minutes until a toothpick inserted in center comes out with a few moist crumbs attached. When you find that the edges have gone slightly dry and the top is cracked, you know its cooked.
7 Cool on a wire rack for 30 mts. Use a dampened serrated knife to cut into squares. Store in an airtight container.

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Mocha Brownies

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  • Serves: 6

Main Ingredients:

  1. chocolate
  2. coffee powder

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Mocha brownies are to die for. With deep notes of expresso, fudge like texture, mocha brownies have decadence written all over them. A great way to end a meal is with chocolate, serve it as a party dessert and you will wow your guests who are sure to ask you for the recipe.

Sailu

I'm a food blogger, food photographer and organic gardener based out of India. I enjoy cooking for my family using fresh produce from my vegetable garden and farmer's market. I love to try out various cuisines and perfect my cooking skills. I believe that hard work, self-discipline, and a positive attitude cannot help but reap a harvest of fantastic results. Say hello and join me on Pinterest, Google Plus, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

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  • Nishi

    The brownies look fabulous sailu. So very perfect :)

    • Brijbharg

      It looks really yummy!!! I will try this soon….

  • Nishi

    The brownies look fabulous sailu. So very perfect :)

  • Stillnotyet00

    Thy look too good,..

  • Priya

    Absolutely sinful..inviting brownies.

  • Priya

    Absolutely sinful..inviting brownies.

  • Priya

    Absolutely sinful..inviting brownies.

  • http://itsnotmadrasi.blogspot.com Kalyani
  • Blogemailid

    brownies looks mouth watering

  • http://www.authenticfooddelights.blogspot.com Sushma Mallya

    Thanks a lot sailu for the kind words of appreciations on my blog…I love ur blog too …u have such a lovely collection of recipes …and those brownies look so beautiful …I would loved to have a bite into it …If i could get it out of the screen ….Will try this soon and leave in the feedback:)

  • Vasudha ranjan

    My brownies are in the oven right now…the batter was really thick…is it supposed to be that way?? please reply :)

    • Anonymous

      Yes, brownie batter is thick. Its thicker than cake batter but thinner than cookie dough.

      • Vasudha ranjan

        Thanks a lot…the brownies were out of this world with a very subtle but beautiful coffee flavor…this recipe is definitely a keeper and I don’t think I’ll be making the regular brownies ever again… :)

      • Vasudha ranjan

        Thanks a lot…the brownies were out of this world with a very subtle but beautiful coffee flavor…this recipe is definitely a keeper and I don’t think I’ll be making the regular brownies ever again… :)

  • Radhaputcha

    Hi Sailu garu,
    Tried with 180 per recipe. Forgot it was C and not F. So looked up Martha Stewart recipe, and changed to 350 F.
    It came out well..
    Thank you. I follow your blog ardently. Have tried many recipes, and all were good, when I tried.
    I also told about your blog to several of my relatives.
    Thank you for all your beautiful recipes and pictures.
    Radha

  • Radhaputcha

    Hi Sailu garu,
    Tried with 180 per recipe. Forgot it was C and not F. So looked up Martha Stewart recipe, and changed to 350 F.
    It came out well..
    Thank you. I follow your blog ardently. Have tried many recipes, and all were good, when I tried.
    I also told about your blog to several of my relatives.
    Thank you for all your beautiful recipes and pictures.
    Radha

  • Si

    Sailu
    You had a recipe for Mocha cake with mocha frosting on you blog previously, could you please post it it on blog or send me a receipe to email si@esdginc.com

    appreciate it

  • Si

    Sailu
    You had a recipe for Mocha cake with mocha frosting on you blog previously, could you please post it it on blog or send me a receipe to email si@esdginc.com

    appreciate it

  • Veena

    Hi I have baked this and blogged about it here. It came out very well. Thank you for the reipe

  • Veena
  • vijaya

    is brown sugar available in India?

    • http://sailusfood.com/ Sailu | Indian Food

      Yes, it is available in India

  • Megha

    Can u please tell me which dark chocolate should i use ??
    Please reply soon…

    • http://sailusfood.com/ Sailu | Indian Food

      You can use 50% cocoa butter chocolate.

  • JS

    can we use jaggery instead of brown sugar or any other subsitue coz I am finding it difficult to get this brown sugar.

  • Bulbul Agarwal95

    can we make eggless brownie??

  • Srinivas Buddiga

    We have prepared mocha-brownies as per the procedure ..excellent it came very good and very tasty thanks …

  • Jeevan Jyothy

    Dear Sailu,

    I never enter my kitchen without reading ur recipes .. so simple and so easy… By the way, tell me where can i get this dark chocolate in visakhapatnam as am new to this place and do u mean its 70% dark or anyothr variety ? The other day i found morde’s choco chips in freshchoice but i dont think it cud b replaced with this…

    • http://sailusfood.com/ Sailu | Indian Food

      You will get it at Karachiwala.

  • Kirti

    Hi Sailu, any idea how to get the perfect crispy crust on top of brownies?

  • Kirti Premanand

    HI Sailu, could you pls tell me what type of dark chocolate are you using? 50% cocoa butter or 70%? If i plan to use milk chocolate, by how much should i reduce the sugar? awaiting your reply.

    • http://sailusfood.com/ Sailu | Indian Food

      You can use milk chocolate compound. No need to reduce the sugar.

  • SK

    Hi, I made the Mocha Brownies y’day and they tasted delicious!

    However, they turned out to be a little dry – how do I make sure they remain moist after they cool down?

    • http://sailusfood.com/ Sailu | Indian Food

      Store them in an air tight container.