Atta Jaggery Brownies for all healthy dessert cravings. Recipe inside

We all love brownies – well, who wouldn’t. It curbs all our cravings for dessert. With the monsoon arriving and the rainy evenings preventing us from going out with friends to curb our cravings for street food and desserts, it’s time we learned how to make our favorite desserts at home. However, desserts also have a reputation for being too high in calories. It leads people to be aware of having desserts.

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What if we told you that we have a super easy and fun recipe for making brownies at home? The trick is that we replaced the sugar with jaggery and the maida with atta. Therefore, this brownie will not only be tasty, but also loaded with the goodness of these two ingredients. Baker Shivesh Bhatia has shared the recipe to make 2 minute brownies at home and we are already looking forward to trying it.


2 tablespoons salted butter

3/4 cup dark chocolate chips

1/4 cup powdered jaggery

1/4 cup yogurt

1 tablespoon of water

1 teaspoon of coffee powder

1/3 cup whole wheat flour

1/2 teaspoon baking powder

1/8 teaspoon baking soda

Dark and milk chocolate chips for the top


Add butter and chocolate chips to a bowl and melt. Then add the jaggery powder, yogurt and mix well. Top the same with coffee powder, whole wheat flour, baking powder, baking soda and bring to a smooth, lump-free mixture. Then add the mixture to a microwave-safe dish and spread the mixture evenly. Add a few chocolate chips on top and on normal mode microwave the brownie batter for two minutes. Savor it with your family and friends.

Health Benefits:

Atta has multiple health benefits. It helps prevent weight gain and stimulate digestion. It also helps reduce chronic inflammation and reduce the risk of heart disease. Loaded with nutrients and fiber, atta also helps cleanse the system. Jaggery, on the other hand, helps control blood pressure and prevent anemia. It also helps in liver detoxification and prevention of respiratory diseases.

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