Sunday, December 30, 2007

Banana Brownie

Using Egg white only....recipe given to me by my maid "Gina".


1 cup Plain flour
1/3 cup cocoa powder
1/4 cup milk powder
1/4 tsp. baking soda
1 very large Banana
1 cup sugar
2 large egg white
1/4 cup Butter milk or evaporated milk
1 tsp. Vanilla essence


Combine flour, cocoa powder, milk powder, baking soda and salt in a bowl.
Puree banana, suar, egg white, butter milk in food processor until smooth .
Add dry ingredients and pulse just until blended. Don't overblend.
Pour into an 8" square tin and bake for 30 mins at 180C

Note: Brownie is supposed to short in height.


Irene Tan said...

Wow, banana! brownie! chocolate fudge!

Best of all, use egg white only!

I always end up with so much egg white in the fridge and they normally end up in the drain...

& it will be a great treat for CNY too.

Aunty Yochana, pls share with us this receipe...


Anonymous said...

HI! Aunty Yo,

This banana brownie looks very nice despite using only egg white. Could you share your recipe w me, please?

Happy 2008 to you! Looking forward to more delicious cakes on your blog.


elaine said...

yup! could we hv the recipe? its healthier to use egg white! :D

Peng An said...

Hi Aunty Yochana,

Wishing you A Merry X'mas & A Happy New Year. Thank you for showing us all your baking throughout the year.

The BANANA BROWNIE using egg white only looks so delicious and definitely more healthy. Please share with us this recipe.

Thank You,
Peng An

MsCake said...

Hi Lucy

U measured this recipe in 'cup',may I know :

1 cup flour = ? gm
1/3 cup cocoa pwd = ? gm
1/4 cup milk pwd = gm
1 cup sugar = gm
1/4 cup buttermilk= ml

Next, the toppings just use melted chocolate n pour on top to set ???

Sorry to ask this, because I hv never used any kind of toppings for my cakes before.



yochana said...

Hi Catherine,

You can use your cups to measure. Just scoop the flour and give a shake to level it and that will do.

1 cup of flour / cocoa pwd / milk powder = 145 gm.
1 cup of sugar = 200 gm
1/4 buttermilk = 63 gm


MsCake said...

hi lucy

Thank you so much for yr quick response.

By right, this hour I should already be sleeping, now I am still browsing thru yr interesting and informative blog.

Oh ya, u forgot to let me know about the topping - is it just melt the chocolate n pour on top of cake to set.



yochana said...

Hi Catherine,

I poured Ganache on top. I forgot which ganache I used so i didn't post it. You can use any ganache recipe.

e.g 200 gm. whipping cream with 250 gm. chopped chocolate + 1 tbsp. unsalted butter

Microwave for 40 secs then stir till smooth.


MsCake said...

Hi Lucy

Thanks for yr ganache recipe.


svetilnik-m said...

thank you, Yochana, so tasty!!!!

yochana said...

Hi Svetilink,

wow...your Banana brownies looks more delicious than mine. Looks so fluffy and light.

Thumbs up!!

BTW, I can't understand the language..what language is that?


svetilnik-m said...

Hi, Yochana!

I like your blog so much!!!

I'm from Russia, so language is Russian.

I'm sorry for my bad english

yochana said...

Hi Svetilink,

Russian? Oh I see but your english is O.K.

Have fun with all your baking.


Anonymous said...

Hi Aunty Yochana

Can i still make this cake without a food processor? Thank you!


yochana said...


Use your wooden works as well.


green said...

hi aunty yo,

can i just ask if this has really no flour? coz in the procedure u said mix flour, i'm just wondrin if you have missed out the flour in the ingredients?

would like to try this out as i loooveee brownies and esp w/ banana sure very yummy...

thanks so much!!!

Aunty Yochana said...

On HI,

So sorry, the recipe went to the side of the picture. I will rectify the problem soon,


Jac said...

Hi Aunty Yochana,

I was wondering if the milk powder is essentially needed?
Can I omit it?

Thanks =)