Vegan Red Velvet Brownies
‘Tis the season for giving and eating! I love the holidays for many reasons, like the way the lights reflect off the snow and how it always was a break from school, but my favorite part of the holidays has always been baking up a storm with my mom and aunts. My aunt taught me how to make Christmas Fudge when they came up for Christmas when I was 2 years old, and I haven’t stopped baking since then. Baking during the holidays is a way to create memories with your family and friends, connect with your ancestors through timeless recipes, and spread the love with treats.
These Vegan Red Velvet Brownies make the most delicious holiday treat. These brownies are so simple, chewy, indulgent, and perfect for sharing the love - or keeping them all to yourself! With only a few ingredients, one of which is the glorious Dark Chocolatey Hazelnut Spread from Peanut Butter & Co, anyone can whip up this recipe in a jiffy to spread the holiday cheer. For anyone with lactose intolerance or who practices veganism, these brownies are going to rock your world. Your non-vegan friends and family won’t even know they are vegan, which means this is a treat you can bake up for many people to enjoy!
Recipe created for Peanut Butter & Co. by Maggie at @maggiebakesgrace
- Prep Time:5
- Cook Time:20
- Total Time:25
7”x5” baking dish
¼ cup vegan butter
3 tablespoons oat milk
½ cup all-purpose flour
10-15 drops traditional red food coloring
¼ cup white chocolate chips
Oil, spray for lining
Preheat oven to 350°F.
Mix the Peanut Butter & Co. Dark Chocolatey Hazelnut Spread, vegan butter, and oat milk in a medium bowl.
Stir in the 10-15 drops of red food coloring until evenly combined.
Sift in the all-purpose flour and stir until almost fully combined.
Stir in the white chocolate chips until the whole batter is evenly combined.
Grease your baking dish with the oil spray.
Pour batter into baking dish and spread evenly.
Bake at 350°F for 18-20 minutes. Take out of oven and let cool completely before cutting to ensure a fudgy and chewy texture.
Bake time will vary depending on the size baking dish you use. It is crucial to let the brownies cool completely to get the chewiest texture without overcooking. If you don’t want the recipe to be vegan, you can use any type of butter, milk, and white chocolate chips.