Looking for a positively sinful dessert that is perfectly kosher for Passover? Look no further than these fudgy and decadent passover brownies. They are the ultimate comfort food and they’ll make you forget all about flour and bread.
These brownies are rich, indulgent, and they have a luxuriously chocolatey taste that is impossible to resist. When baking these brownies, don’t be surprised if your kitchen starts to smell like heaven. That scent comes from the mix of ingredients that meld together into one irresistible dessert.
Here’s a recipe that will take your pesach desserts to the next level with minimal effort on your part. This perfect passover brownie recipe calls for simple ingredients that you’re likely to already have in your pantry.
This recipe spotlight Kosher Passover Brownies for those who wish to indulge in delicious treats while ensuring strict adherence to their dietary requirements. And even if you’re not keeping kosher or celebrating Passover, these gorgeous chocolate brownies are still fabulous treats that everyone would love to devour.
So preheat your oven, sharpen your knives, put on your apron, grab some parchment paper, and let’s show you how to make the gooiest ever kosher passover brownies!
Why You’ll Love This Recipe
If you love chocolate, then these Passover brownies are going to melt in your mouth and steal your heart. Here are the reasons why you’ll love this recipe.
Firstly, these brownies are completely kosher for Passover. With Passover around the corner, it’s a no-brainer that finding desserts without any leavening agents can be challenging. But with this recipe, you can put all those worries aside and focus on enjoying delicious fudgy brownies that are fully compliant with Jewish dietary laws.
Secondly, this recipe uses ingredients that you probably have in your pantry already. There’s no need to go out and buy any fancy or expensive ingredients; everything you need is probably stocked up in your kitchen already. From cocoa powder to sugar to oil, the standard staples make for simple yet mouthwatering brownies.
Thirdly, they’re versatile! Are you a fan of nuts? Sprinkle some walnuts or pecans on top before baking! Want something sweeter? Throw in some raisins or currants for an extra burst of flavor. You can even swap out traditional flour for potato starch or cake meal if you’re looking for a gluten-free option.
Lastly, they’re easy to make! Whether you’re a novice baker or an experienced one, the step-by-step instructions are crystal clear and easy to follow. And with just a few basic utensils and less than an hour from start to finish, these gooey chocolate bites come together quickly with minimal mess.
In conclusion, there’s no reason why you won’t fall in love with these Passover brownies. They’re kosher, easy to make, use simple pantry ingredients with endless customization options – all while being incredibly fudgy and scrumptious. Give these brownies a try and experience the gooiest-ever Passover dessert.
Let’s take a closer look at the ingredients that make up these fudgiest ever passover brownies. You will need:
- 4 eggs
- 1 ¼ cups white sugar
- 1 cup vegetable oil
- ¾ cup cocoa powder
- 1 cup potato starch
- ½ cup matzo cake meal
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
For those who love some variation or have dietary requirements, there are some great substitutions you can make with these ingredients. For example, you could swap out the vegetable oil for unsweetened applesauce, banana or peanut butter to reduce the fat content of the recipe. Alternatively, if you need to make these brownies gluten-free, you can switch out the cake meal for more potato starch or matzo meal. Whatever changes you choose to make, these brownies are sure to satisfy your sweet tooth!
The Recipe How-To
Before you start, preheat your oven to 350°F. Then, lightly grease a 9×13 inch baking pan with cooking spray or butter.
Make the Batter
In a large mixing bowl, combine 4 eggs and 2 cups of sugar, and whisk well until smooth.
Gradually mix in 1 cup of vegetable oil until well combined. In a separate medium bowl, sift together 3/4 cup of cocoa powder, 1 cup potato starch, and 1/2 cup matzo meal. Add the dry ingredients to the wet mixture, whisking just until no lumps remain.
Add Chocolate Chips
Fold in 1 cup of chocolate chips using a spatula.
Pour into Pan and Bake
Pour the batter into the greased baking pan and use your spatula to spread it evenly into the corners. Bake for 25-30 minutes until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean.
Remove from oven and let cool in the pan on a wire rack for 15-20 minutes.
Cut and Serve
Afterward, cut into your desired sizes and serve! This recipe is an ideal treat for anyone looking to satisfy their cravings with rich and fudgy brownies that are gluten-free and kosher.
Substitutions and Variations
Welcome to the Substitutions and Variations section! Here, I’ll be giving you some ideas on how you can customize your Passover Brownies recipe to suit your preferences. Whether you want to make them fudgier, nuttier, or add some fruity elements to it, here are some options that you can try out.
1. Fudgy Brownies: If you love a good fudgy brownie, then try substituting the matzo cake meal or potato starch with unsweetened applesauce, banana or peanut butter. You can also add more chocolate chips to the batter for extra indulgence.
2. Nutty Brownies: To give your Passover Brownies a nutty twist, sprinkle some raisins or currants on top before baking or mix in some chopped walnuts or almonds into the batter for added crunch and flavor.
3. Fruit-Infused Brownies: For a fruity touch in your Passover Brownies, add diced dried apricots or cranberries into the batter along with some ground cinnamon for spiced flavor.
4. Gluten-Free Brownies: If you prefer gluten-free desserts, then use gluten-free cake meal or potato starch instead of regular ones that contain wheat flour.
5. Reduced Sugar Brownies: To cut down on sugar but not flavor, use ½ cup white sugar and ¼ cup of light brown sugar instead of 2 cups of granulated sugar called for by the recipe.
Keep in mind that these substitutions may alter the texture and taste of your brownies slightly, so adjust accordingly based on your preferences. Regardless of how you choose to modify your recipe, always make sure you’re using kosher passover ingredients to ensure its compliance with Passover dietary restrictions.
Feel free to experiment and have fun making variations that suit your taste buds best!
Serving and Pairing
Now that you’ve baked these exquisite Passover brownies, it’s time to serve and enjoy them. These chocolatey treats are incredibly versatile when it comes to serving and pairing. I have a few suggestions that will help you take your Pesach dessert game to the next level.
Firstly, these Passover brownies are perfect to serve as a dessert after the Seder meal. Whether you’re hosting a large family gathering or an intimate dinner with friends, these decadent treats will be the sweetest ending you could offer. Dress them up with a dusting of powdered sugar or drizzle them with melted chocolate for an extra touch of indulgence.
One great way to pair these fudgy brownies is with a velvety scoop of vanilla ice cream. The smooth, creamy texture of the ice cream complements the rich chocolate flavor of the brownies perfectly.
Another pairing that works great is with a fresh fruit salad. A tangy citrus or berry salad contrasts nicely with the sweetness of the brownies while adding refreshing flavors that balance out the richness of the dessert.
If you want to keep things simple, just pair your kosher Passover brownies with a warm mug of coffee or tea. Alternatively, you can serve them alongside some cold milk for a classic and satisfying combination.
No matter how you choose to serve or pair your Passover brownies, you can be sure that they will satisfy your sweet cravings in the gooiest ever way possible. So go ahead and indulge in these delightful Jewish delicacies!
Make-Ahead, Storing and Reheating
Making a batch of these Passover brownies is definitely a great idea, as you never know when you’ll need a sweet and decadent snack. Luckily, they can be made ahead of time and stored for later enjoyment.
To make ahead, simply bake the brownies as per the recipe instructions, let them cool down completely, and then cover them tightly with plastic wrap or aluminum foil. You can store them at room temperature for up to 3 days, or in the refrigerator for up to 1 week. Just keep in mind that they might lose some of their fudginess if refrigerated, so you may want to take them out of the fridge a couple of hours before serving to let them come back to room temperature.
If you want to store them for longer than that, you can freeze them by wrapping them well in plastic wrap and then placing them in a freezer-safe container or zip-top bag. They will keep well in the freezer for up to 3 months.
To reheat your brownies, take them out of the fridge or freezer and let them come back to room temperature first. Then, you can either microwave them for a couple of seconds (be careful not to overdo it or they might become hard), or warm them up in a low-temperature oven for 5-10 minutes.
Just always remember that these Passover brownies are at their best when served fresh and gooey straight from the oven. That being said, they are still delicious even after they’ve been stored and reheated.
Tips for Perfect Results
There are several tips that have helped me get the perfect Passover brownies every time. Here are a few things to keep in mind when making this recipe:
1. Use high-quality ingredients: Since Passover desserts are limited, using quality ingredients can make all the difference in terms of flavor and texture. Use fresh eggs, unsweetened cocoa powder, and good-quality chocolate chips.
2. Achieve the right texture: Passover desserts can be particularly tricky because traditional flours cannot be used. I recommend using a combination of potato starch and matzo cake meal as replacements. The potato starch helps add structure to the brownies, while the matzo cake meal adds some density.
3. Beat the eggs well: Whisking eggs until they are foamy is key to getting a perfect batter for your Passover brownies. Be sure to beat them in a large mixer bowl until they double in volume and turn pale yellow.
4. Add ingredients slowly: When adding ingredients like cocoa powder or potato starch, it’s important to do so slowly and in small increments while mixing, so that you don’t end up with clumps in your batter.
5. Watch the bake time: These brownies should be fudgy and slightly underdone, rather than dry or overcooked. Watch them carefully while baking- aiming for 25-30 minutes or until an inserted toothpick comes out clean with only a few moist crumbs attached.
With these tips in mind, I am confident that you will yield the gooiest-ever passover brownies that your family will love!
Before we wrap up this passover brownies recipe, I wanted to address a few commonly asked questions that have come up regarding the ingredients and steps of this recipe. Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered with everything you need to know to make these brownies turn out perfectly, no matter what challenges might come your way. So let’s dive into these FAQs and get ready to bake up some of the best brownies ever!
What are the three types of brownies?
When it comes to brownies, there are different textures that you can achieve. These textures are usually categorized into three types: cakey, fudgy, and chewy. Cakey brownies are fluffy, light, and moist, almost resembling a cake. On the other hand, fudgy brownies are dense, moist, and with a gooey texture, that is reminiscent of fudge. Finally, chewy brownies offer the best of both worlds, with a crispy exterior and a chewy, moist interior.
What is the secret to moist brownies?
For a twist on your regular brownie recipe, consider swapping out water for milk. By using milk instead, you can add extra richness and flavor thanks to the increased fat content. This results in brownies that are even more moist, gooey, and downright delectable. So why not give it a try and take your brownies to the next level?
What are Katherine Hepburn brownies?
This recipe I have for you is a beloved American classic that can be whipped up with common pantry ingredients. You’ll end up with chewy, fudgy, and intense brownies that are dark and rich in flavor. These brownies are definitely a crowd-pleaser and one of our top chocolate desserts. So let’s get started with the original recipe.
Why are boxed brownies so much better?
When comparing a homemade brownie recipe to a store-bought version, there are some slight ingredient differences. Both recipes contain flour, sugar, and eggs, but the store-bought version uses vegetable oil instead of butter and cocoa powder instead of bar chocolate. This results in a brownie with less saturated fat. The changes in ingredients may affect the overall taste and texture of the brownie.
In conclusion, this Passover Brownies recipe is a perfect addition to your holiday menu. With its rich chocolate flavor and fudgy texture, these brownies will leave your guests wanting more. Plus, with the variety of substitutions and variations available, you can easily customize the recipe to meet your preferences.
Whether you’re looking for a gluten-free dessert or simply want to switch up your usual Pesach treats, this recipe is guaranteed to impress. So go ahead and give it a try – I promise you won’t be disappointed! Get creative with different add-ins like raisins, currants or even peanut butter for an extra twist.
With just a few simple steps, this recipe spotlight kosher Passover desserts while offering the gooiest ever Fudge brownies, everyone at your seder table will be raving about this delectable treat. Don’t forget to store any leftovers in an airtight container for maximum freshness.
So what are you waiting for? Preheat that oven and start baking these delicious Passover brownies today! Whether you’re an avid baker or just starting out, this recipe is easy to follow and will yield perfect results every time when using the right ingredients. Trust me – I’ve tried it myself and couldn’t be happier with the outcome!
Passover Brownies Recipe
- 2 tablespoons potato starch
- 3 tablespoons water
- 1 cup sugar
- 1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
- 1 dash salt
- 1 mashed ripe banana
- 1/4 cup unsweetened applesauce
- 1/2 cup matzo cake meal (If you don't have matzo cake meal, put some matzo meal in a blender to make it a bit more fine than)
- 1/4 cup raisins (make sure they are plump, not dry) or 1/4 cup currants (make sure they are plump, not dry)
- Preheat oven to 325 degrees.
- Lightly grease an 8" x 8" glass pan.
- Mix together in mixing bowl the potato starch and water. Add in the sugar, cocoa and a dash of salt. Once blended, add in the mashed banana, applesauce, matzo meal and raisins.
- Pour batter into prepared pan and bake 25-30 minutes. Cut when cool.
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