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Vegan Double Chocolate Caramel Brownie

Vegan Double Chocolate Caramel Brownie

Decadent chocolate brownie with a hint of salted caramel. This chewy vegan brownie is bursting with flavour and you might end up gobbling it all up in one go. Don’t say you haven’t been warned!

Vegan Double Chocolate Caramel Brownie
Difficulty:Easy

Ingredients

Servings:1

Brownie

  • 150 gdark chocolate (vegan)
  • 96 gself raising flour
  • 2 tspcocoa powder (heaped)
  • 85 gsugar
  • 237 mlalmond milk
  • 2 tspcaramel sauce
  • 2flaxseed eggs (ground flaxseed + water)
  • 5 tbspolive oil
  • 1/8 tspsalt
  • 1/4 tspvinegar

Caramel Sauce

  • 1 canfull-fat coconut milk
  • 120 gmuscovado sugar
  • 1 - 1.5 tsppink himalayan salt (adjust to taste)

Optional Toppings

  • melted chocolate
  • edible flowers

Steps

STEP 1

Start by making your flaxseed egg. Combine 2.5 tbsp of ground flaxseed and 6 tbsp of water and put aside to set.

STEP 2

Melt chocolate in the microwave until completely smooth and set aside to cool.

STEP 3

Mix together oil and almond milk.

STEP 4

Sieve and combine dry ingredients in a separate bowl.

STEP 5

Add the oil mixture to your dry ingredients. Then add flaxseed egg and lastly the melted chocolate.

STEP 6

Mix with hand mixer until completely smooth.

STEP 7

Remove blade from the bread maker.

STEP 8

Pour brownie mixture into the bread maker pan and drizzle with caramel sauce.

STEP 9

Choose programme "bake only" for 1 hour 15 minutes.

STEP 10

Remove from pan and cut into equal-sized squares.

STEP 11

For the caramel sauce: Add coconut milk, sugar, and salt to medium-sized pan.

Enjoy

Vegan Double Chocolate Caramel Brownie

Tajda Ferko

Tajda is a Slovenian food photographer and blogger. Her blog ‘My Vegan Minimalist’ advocates for a more conscious and mindful way of living, eating and shopping.

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