Vegan Recipes – How to Make Vegan Brownies

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Watch how we make a batch of brownies without using eggs or butter. This dairy-free and egg-free dessert comes out nice and gooey. If you prefer a more dense brownie, bake these for a few extra minutes in the oven. Enjoy!

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15 Comments for Vegan Recipes – How to Make Vegan Brownies

  1. Marie Lou on August 12, 2015: (Reply)

    looks more like a chocolate cake ..

  2. charizze mae inot on August 12, 2015: (Reply)

    1st!

  3. George Moustakas on August 12, 2015: (Reply)

    part of the fudginess and the richness comes from the eggs. You should
    really find a substitute for that you basically just left the eggs OUT and
    replaced butter with oil. That’s not vegan that’s wrong.

    • Shannon Leta on August 12, 2015: (Reply)

      +George Moustakas You can always substitute a “flax egg”, which is flax
      seeds mixed with water that forms a paste that binds and helps raise the
      batter like a real egg. It works SURPRISINGLY well.

    • akanne1 on August 12, 2015: (Reply)

      +George Moustakas They actually come out the same and what makes them
      Brownies is the oil. We do have egg replacers but the eggs makes the cake
      fluffier, the oil makes the consistency richer. We also have butter
      substitute but in this case, the oil does the trick. I’ve tried similar
      recipes and I use coconut oil instead and they come out delish!

  4. daisy dai (rollingavocado) on August 12, 2015: (Reply)

    there r plenty of vegan recipes online that doesn’t involve white flour,
    refined sugar and veg oil 🙁 try look for those!

    • Shannon Leta on August 12, 2015: (Reply)

      +daisy dai I was just saying something similar in my comment. This recipe
      is not truly vegan, my vegan brother wouldn’t eat these if I made them with
      processed flour & sugar.

  5. Даниил Митрофанов on August 12, 2015: (Reply)

    vegan? it’s a disease.

    • Даниил Митрофанов on August 12, 2015: (Reply)

      +Chris Affambi
      ahah)

    • Chris Affambi on August 12, 2015: (Reply)

      no! it’s a lifestyle

  6. Vi Yin Wong on August 12, 2015: (Reply)

    Can i use sunflower oil or canola oil instead of vegetable oil?

    • Majdah Noushad on August 12, 2015: (Reply)

      You can use any flavor less oil, so canola oil works just fine 🙂

  7. Shannon Leta on August 12, 2015: (Reply)

    This is a great recipe but would have to use natural/raw sugar instead of
    white sugar to be truly vegan.

    White sugar is sifted through bone marrow during manufacturing, which means
    it is not vegan friendly. But, every vegan has their own set of “rules”.
    Some will still eat honey, some will still eat white sugar.

    My brother has been vegan for about 10 years and I love making vegan
    recipes for him. I’ll have to try these out :D

  8. Chris Affambi on August 12, 2015: (Reply)

    RIP narrator

  9. Ray Mack's Kitchen and Grill on August 12, 2015: (Reply)

    I’m going to save this recipe, because this is a must try.

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