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In this post, we are sharing one of our simple, non-chocolate, go-to Red Velvet Brownies recipe! This recipe has been hidden in our notebook for... around 2 years but we are finally sharing it today in celebration of a new year!
Let's hope that 2021 goes better 💫 !!
Whimsical Sweet Red Velvet Brownies That You Will ❤️
Red velvet cake batter:
100 gms butter
1 cup plain flour
¾ cup powdered sugar
1 tbsp coco powder
½ tsp baking powder
½ tsp baking soda
½ cup yogurt
½ tbsp vinegar
1 tbsp cream cheese
1 tsp red velvet gel color
½ tsp vanilla essence
To make cream cheese mix:
200 gm cream cheese
1 tbsp condensed milk
1 -2 tsp powdered sugar
1 tsp cornflour
1 tbsp water to dissolve the cornflour
½ tsp vanilla essence
1 /2 tsp lemon juice
How to make the red velvet cake batter
Mix all the dry ingredients listed in the "red velvet cake batter" section in a big bowl. That includes flour, cocoa powder, baking powder & baking soda.
Take another big bowl but this time mix all the wet ingredients in (everything else listed in the "red velvet batter" section.
Now, add your mixed dry ingredients into the bowl with the mixed wet ingredients & with the help of an egg beater, whisk both mixtures together nicely. You should now have a nice thick batter that will later form the base of the brownies.
Start preheating your oven at 180 degrees Celcius.
How to make cream cheese frosting
Firstly, make sure that your cream cheese is at room temperature. Awesome!
In a medium-size bowl, add cream cheese, condensed milk, and sugar. Whisk them with the egg beater to form a smooth paste. In a different small bowl, take cornflour and water and mix them well. Pour this mixture into the creme cheese and sugar mix.
Now add lemon juice, vanilla essence to the mix and mix them well.
Take a cake tin lined with parchment paper, Pour your brownie batter, and with the help of a spatula make an even layer.
While doing this take out a 1 tbsp batter separately for making swirls later.
Pour your cream cheese frosting on the top of brownie batter. Again, with a spatula spread the frosting on the better evenly with a very light hand. It should not merge with the brownie batter.
Make a small drop of saved brownie batter with the spoon on the cream cheese frosting. Use the toothpick and swirls the red batter around in the cream cheese frosting to make the swirls. Don't push far too down with the toothpick, you don't want to disturb the brownie layer too much.
Place this cake tin in the oven for 180-degree for 10 minutes. and then 160 degrees for 30 minutes afterward.