Mochi Brownies

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Sometimes when I’m trying to figure out what to make, I will aimlessly wander from the refrigerator to the pantry, hoping something magically appears. This time around, I just started grabbing things, knowing I was short on time and needed to do something for Valentine’s Day.

When I think Valentine’s Day, always comes to mind but truffles or cake balls require too much time. I wanted something easy and different. On the outside, these brownies look like any other . But once you bite into it, you will be surprised by the texture. These mochi brownies have a crispy, cracked outer layer but chewy inside dotted with melted . Everything about it is confusing, but in a wonderful way.

Still trying to figure out what to get your sweetheart for Valentine’s Day? Or just looking to change up your brownie recipe? Give these mochi brownies a go.

Ingredients:

1 cup of water
4 tbsp of cocoa powder
3 ½ tbsp of butter
2 tbsp of vegetable oil
2 ¼ cups of sweet rice flour
1 ½ cups of sugar
½ tsp of soda
a pinch of salt
2 large eggs
a splash or two of vanilla extract
½ cup of chocolate chips

Directions:

1. Combine water, butter, vegetable oil and cocoa powder in a small pot over medium heat. If necessary, whisk to make sure the cocoa powder is dissolved completely. Remove the cocoa mix from the heat and set aside.

2. In a large mixing bowl, add the dry ingredients (sweet rice flour, sugar, salt, and baking soda). Pour in the cocoa mix, stir to combine.

3. Add the eggs, vanilla extract and chocolate chips. Stir to make sure everything in incorporated evenly

4. Pour the mochi brownie batter into a parchment lined 9×9 pan.

5. In a 350°F/175°C preheated oven, bake the mochi brownies for 45 – 55 minutes.

6. Remove from the oven and set aside to cool for 5-10 minutes.

7. Cut into sizes of your choice and enjoy!

Notes:

Store these mochi brownies at room temperature.

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19 Comments for Mochi Brownies

  1. Tu Nguyen on February 14, 2016: (Reply)

    Nice recipe! From Canada. Great job☺

  2. Patraporn Kordilokrat on February 14, 2016: (Reply)

    What is the texture like? Will it be a real mochi?

  3. Gavin Gallagher on February 14, 2016: (Reply)

    This was fricken beautiful

  4. acexkeikai on February 14, 2016: (Reply)

    oh yum

  5. queenofpho on February 14, 2016: (Reply)

    Dang it! Got everything except the chocolate chips. Is there anything to
    replace it since I’m a little lazy to go to the store for one thing lol but
    won’t it be good to add in more things like coconut flakes, nuts and such?
    And is the texture kind of chewy like the Mochi?

  6. Irene Hsu on February 14, 2016: (Reply)

    Where’d you get the wooden container?

  7. Danzo on February 14, 2016: (Reply)

    got me drooling LOL

  8. TuckerSP2011 on February 14, 2016: (Reply)

    Wow this is a great recipe!!!

  9. Δημήτρης Ταγκαλίδης on February 15, 2016: (Reply)

    … nice recipes with very tastefully… i want to ask you something..
    what the difference between sweet rice flour and glutinous rice flour????
    it`s the same??
    can i replace the sweet rice flour with glutinous or with another flour???

  10. Vivirama ranny on February 15, 2016: (Reply)

    can I use glutinous rice flour instead?

  11. Dena Jarrar on February 15, 2016: (Reply)

    Hello! I’ve been following your channel for quite some time now and I love
    the quality of your videos so much. ?

    I’m going to try this recipe out, and I wanted to know if it was alright to
    substitute the vegetable oil for coconut oil? Thanks again for this, it
    looks so yummy!

  12. Satomi Woogie on February 16, 2016: (Reply)

    great recipe! i’ve tried it and enjoyed it very much. i skipped the
    chocolate chips and it turned out just fine. :)

  13. Tu Nguyen on February 16, 2016: (Reply)

    Can you make a Patbingsu recipe ? I love that Korean dessert so much !
    Since your chanel so awesome , I hope you could make a video for this
    recipe ?

  14. Jiya Chen on February 16, 2016: (Reply)

    I love your channel!!!! Ive been watching your videos for a long time and
    it is simply amazing! I watch this as a 深夜美食, and I just end up being super
    hungry:)

  15. Evy Jap on February 17, 2016: (Reply)

    can i reduce the amount of sugar? i don’t like too sweet. is the result
    will be the same? thanks before

  16. Leah Ismail on February 21, 2016: (Reply)

    Hi, what’s that white paper on the tray?

  17. Lea Kotoni on February 21, 2016: (Reply)

    Can i use normal flour instead of rice flour?

  18. R Bhatia on February 22, 2016: (Reply)

    what is sweet rice flour, i am in india any ways to prepare it with rice
    flour or you know of some brands available here

  19. Beth Cuenza on February 23, 2016: (Reply)

    Hi! May i ask the size of ur pan to make sure it matches the quantity of
    all ingredients? Thanks

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