Avocado Brownies

I’ve been meaning to upload this recipe for a while but I wasn’t that confident with it until I made some friends try it out. I was trying to mind what I’ve been eating lately as I have way too much unhealthy meals. It doesn’t even help that I’m in the munchy mood that I crave for desserts. This drove me and my brain into coming up with the next best thing…avocado brownies. Without further ado, here it is!



  • 3/4 cup of plain flour
  • 1/4 cup of whole wheat flour
  • 3 eggs
  • 2 ripe avocados, mashed
  • 1/2 cocoa powder
  • 100 grams of chopped chocolate, melted over a double boiler (I used 80% Lindt chocolate bar for this)
  • 3/4 cup of coconut sugar (You can substitute this with maple syrup/agave nectar/honey/brown sugar ; totally up to you!)
  • 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
  • 1/4 teaspoon of salt


  1. Preheat the oven to 170°C and line your tray with parchment paper
  2. In a large bowl, cream the avocado and sugar until light and fluffy with a whisk or a fork.
  3. Add in the vanilla extract and egg and mix it into the creamed avocado.
  4. Sift the flour, cocoa powder and salt and add to the avocado mixture.
  5. Add the melted chocolate and pour the batter into the prepared tray.
  6. Bake it for about 30 minutes or until a toothpick/knife comes out nearly clean.
  7. Let the brownies cool and enjoy!

Done. It was easy and so fun to make as well. Not to forget, it is healthy too! As you can tell, all my recipes don’t take much time to make so feel free to share your feedback after trying this out so I could improve the recipe. I haven’t tried substituting the sugar with agave nectar or honey yet but if you, dear reader, ever do substitute it, do let me know by leaving me a comment at the bottom of this post. I hope you enjoy making this AND eating the brownies as much as I love doing so.


Marble Mirror Glaze Recipe

When a friend commented on my Facebook post of this cake asking for the recipe, I didn’t know how to reply because I just trying out something new for a birthday party.  I read this recipe on how to do a marble mirror glaze earlier this month and I thought to myself, “Hey, why don’t I try this…my version?” I drove to a baking ingredient supplier store and picked up the simple ingredients. Honestly, I didn’t want it to be this bright of turquoise but due to excitement, I accidentally poured more food colouring than I thought I would.



30 grams of unflavoured gelatin
1/2 cup of cold water
2/3 cup of sweetened condensed milk
200 g of melted white chocolate
1 teaspoon of white food colouring (powder or liquid)
3/4 cup of water
300 grams of white granulated sugar
300 grams of glucose syrup (you could use light corn syrup)
Concentrated food colouring (any colour you prefer)


  1. In a small heat-proof bowl, mix the unflavoured gelatin with the cold water. Stir until all the gelatin is dissolve. Once dissolve, set aside and allow it to bloom.
  2. In a large bowl, combine the sweetened condensed milk, melted white chocolate and the teaspoon of white food colouring and set aside.
  3. In a small saucepan, add in the 3/4 cup of water, glucose syrup and sugar over medium heat and stir to combine. Allow the mixture to simmer for 3-4 minutes and then, add in the gelatin mixture.
  4. Cook the mixture for another minute or two until the gelatin is completely dissolved in the mixture. Turn off the stove and pour the mixture into the white chocolate and sweetened condensed milk mixture.
  5. Allow the mixture to rest for a few minutes. Then, using a food processor (or a blender/stick blender) blend the mixture until smooth. Cover the mixture with cling wrap that is touching the top of the mixture to  prevent a film from forming.
  6. Place the mixture into fridge and allow it cool to about 23°C. Stir the mixture often to prevent clumps from forming. (If there are clumps, blend it again). Once it is cooled, the mixture will be thick and smooth.
  7. After the mixture has thicken, add your desired food colouring and stir.Swirl the colouring around the white mixture that forms a marble-like design. Pour the mixture on to your prepared cake and allow the glaze to sit until it has firmed up. (I did a double coat for this cheesecake of mine).
  8. Allow the glaze to set by transferring your cake into the fridge. Keep the glazed cake in the fridge until ready to be served.

Tip into making this glaze : If you might want to insert a toothpick into your bottle of food colouring and mix it into the mixture so the colour of the glaze won’t be really dark/bright and the white colouring will appear more.

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