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July 2021

Fudgy, decadent brownies with a dollop of vanilla icecream, sounds like the perfect indulgence, doesn't it? What if you can create these delicious, warm brownies at home? It's super easy to bake, doesn't contain any maida or white sugar, and topped with a universal favorite, Peanut Butter! Honestly, what more do you need for the perfect homemade dessert? Let us know the ingredients needed to bake these, the recipe being given here will yield 9 large size brownie squares: 110gms butter (I used regular salted Amul Butter) 115gms Amul Dark Chocolate 200gms brown sugar/jaggery powder/coconut sugar 2 large eggs, at room temperature 1/2 tsp vanilla essence 90gms whole wheat flour 2 tbsp cocoa powder 1/2 tsp coffee powder (optional, but recommended) 3-4 tbsp unsweetened peanut butter METHOD: In a microwave safe bowl, measure and add the butter + chocolate. Melt it in bursts of 20 seconds, making sure that it

  It is raining here in Bangalore and the weather is chilly most of the time. It seems like the ideal time to have a cup of hot chocolate with warm cookies, doesn't it? On such a pleasant day, the idea of making these cookies came to me, mostly because I had a lot of cream cheese lying in the fridge. So, both combined, gave birth to these wheat cream cheese cookies! They are easy to bake, light, low sugar and so delicious! I have used a star cookie cutter here, you can feel free to shape them as you please. Let us get into the ingredients you need for this recipe, the measurements given will yield 20-25 medium size cookies: 200 gms Whole Wheat Flour 1/2 tsp baking powder 115 gms softened butter (I used Amul salted butter) 60 gms softened cream cheese 100 gms

Cupcakes are one of my favorite desserts and I love indulging in them! I remember buying cupcakes almost every week after my college would get over. Be it red velvet, vanilla, chocolate, caramel, cupcakes were my go to dessert fix. After the pandemic happened and I started experimenting more in the field of baking, I knew that I had to make healthy cupcakes as well. In the beginning, I made wheat cupcakes with eggs, which turned out really delicious and eventually, I tried an eggless version as well. Personally, I like this eggless version more- it's super moist, fluffy and so delicious. The best part is that you can bake them quickly, with easy ingredients available in your pantry. For the frosting, we have kept it really simple. Read on for the recipe, let us start with the ingredients for