Apr 11, 2013

Super Moist Eggless Brownies with Chocolate & Oreo Topping ( No Butter, No Oil )

I stayed away from baking for a while, its been long time since i baked something, somehow i didn't feel like doing it. But now i am back with a amazing baked recipe, YAY... I hope i will get back to baking mood again and post some more delicious goodness again..Did you guys missed my baking recipes?

When i get back to the baking spirit, what would i make other than delicious brownies. You all know i have a special love for brownies than anything else. I love trying a lot of them and i have done it too. you can check out all my brownies making days here..

Last week, i had a 4 year old little guest visiting our place, so what would i make for her other than a special brownies. This is indeed special because it has chocolate and oreo topping going over it which makes it even more tasty.

This brownies turned out so yummy, it was super soft and moist. But it has no eggs, no oil, no butter in it. But the texture is so good. I am so pleased with the result and every last bit is scraped from the bowl within a hour or two of making this..I hope you will try this super yummy brownies and let me know what you would like to see in my next baking attempt.

Preparation Time : 10 mins
Baking Time : 40 to 45 mins 
Makes one 15 x 15 cm square pan


All Purpose Flour / Maida - 3/4 cup / 90 grams
Dark Chocolate Chips - 3/4 cup / 110 grams
Baking Soda - 1/2 tsp
Water - 1/2 cup / 120 ml / 4 fluid ounces
Buttermilk - 1 cup / 240 ml / 8 fluid ounces
Cocoa - 1/2 cup / 55 grams
Sugar - 1/2 cup / 100 grams
Vanilla Essence - 1 tsp

For Topping:
Chocolate Chips - 1 cup  / 150 grams or as needed
Oreo Cookies as needed crushed


Preheat the oven to 180 degree C / 360 Degree F.

Take a heavy bottom pan or a steel bowl. Add chocolate chips in it and melt it using direct method or double boiler method. 

Once the chocolate is melted. Add in sugar, vanilla, buttermilk and mix well.

Now add in flour, cocoa, baking soda and mix well.

Add in the water and give it a good mix.

Grease a 15 x 15 cm pan with butter or oil and dust it generously with flour.

Pour the batter into a prepared pan and bake it for 40 to 45 mins. Insert a toothpick in the center and check whether the tooth pick comes out clean. If it does, then the brownies are baked.

Now sprinkle the top of the brownies with chocolate chips and put it back into the oven for a couple of mins.

Now the chocolate must be melted. Spread the chocolate evenly over the top of the brownies using a spatula or butter knife. 

Now crush some oreo and sprinkle them on top of the brownies.

Let them cool a bit. Now slice and enjoy.

Take all your ingredients
Take chocolate chips in a bowl
Place them over a pan of simmering water
Now melt them
Molten pool of chocolate
Remove them from fire
Add sugar to it
Add a dash of vanilla
Add in some buttermilk
Mix well
Now add in flour, baking soda, cocoa
Give a good mix
Pour in some water
and mix again
brush a pan with oil and sprinkle it with flour
pour the batter in
All baked
Sprinkle with some chips and put it back in the oven
Spread so it spreads evenly
Now take oreos
Crush it over the cake


  1. Wow! That's an amazing, mouthwatering brownie.. Hope lil one enjoyed max... :)

  2. Brownies look so chocolaty and mouth-watering,Aarthi! :)

  3. Looks absolutely delicious.. Yummy !!

  4. Wish I was there just to have a small piece of brownie. Looks awesome.

  5. Looks super delicious aarthi. I would love to see the making video :)
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  6. Super yummy....I substitute maida with whole wheat flour and this makes the brownie more healthy and nutritious, without compromising on taste.

  7. wow...interesting & yummy recipe!! A piece of this will definitely make my day ;)

  8. hi Aarthi, did you use water at room temperature, cold ware or lukewarm or hot water? i m planning to make this tomorrow..thanks in advance..

  9. can v substitute butter milk wid normal milk n if not then how can v make buttermilk at home???

  10. @AnonymousAdd a tsp of lemon juice to warm milk and let it stand for 10 mins. This is buttermilk

    1. Wuh tu khoya jesa nae ban jae ga?? Uska pani dalna ha y jo khoya bny ga milk nae dal sakty?

  11. This has to be baked on convection mode n at Wat temperature.instead of choco chips can v use dairy milk or any. Other choclate

  12. Can we bake in otg oven wid same temp n buttermilk is d one we prepare from curd na?

  13. Hi aarthi can we use borosil glass vessels for baking? Won't break if err bake it for 45 mins on oven continuously.....

  14. Can i make ths in microwave

  15. @AnonymousNo need, you can make this in microwave convection mode

  16. @AnonymousYou have to bake it for the same temp mentioned. Yes u can use dairy milk or any chocolate

  17. @Janani GunasekaranYes u can use..But make sure it says oven safe

  18. @AnonymousPlease ask your doubts in english..I dont know hindi

  19. Hi. By baking soda do u mean soda bicarbonate or baking powder? Thanks

  20. Instead of buttermilk Can I use curd..??? If yes thn what is the measure

  21. will chocolate chips sprinkled on top of the browine melt it electric oven?pls reply its urgent....

  22. Hi Aarthi,

    I have got a Christmas party coming up tomorrow evening and I am planning to make these. Which do you advice is better- making it today and refrigerating or making it tomorrow a few hours before the event... I hope you reply soon..
    Vidya Uday

  23. @Vidya Udayu can make it the day before and refrigerate. Remove it before few hours of serving, so it will get soft again

  24. Hi Aarthi, I tried it and copied it to the dot. But batter came out to be very watery and it did not rise that well. Any idea what I must have done wrong?



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