Saturday, February 16, 2013

Apple Brownies

I hope You all had a great Valentine's Day! 
Mine was fantastic! :) We ate and ate and ate even more. :D
 But now, we can go back to our regular days, when dessert don't have to be pretty, shiny, and cutie, just tasty! :) Like this apple brownie, you just have to bake it, take it out, and serve! Not too fancy, but yummy! :)


  • 1 kg = 2 pounds and 3 oz  apples
  • 50 g =  0.2 cup of icing sugar
  • 1 teaspoon of cinnamon
  • 4 eggs
  • 200 g= 0,8 cup of   flour
  • 150 g sugar = 0,6 cup of sugar
  • 1 tbsp of baking powder
  • 100 g= 0,4 cup of margarine
  • 2 tbsp of oil
  • 2 tbsp of vanilla sugar
  • 1 tsp of cinnamon
  • 1 tsp of cocoa 


1. Wash the apples, and cut them to little cubes.

2. Sprinkle them with the icing sugar, and 1 tsp of Cinnamon.

3. Break the eggs, and whisk it with the sugar.

4. Add the melted margarine, and the oil, and the vanilla sugar, too. 

5. Mix the flour with the baking powder , and add them to the pastry.

6. Separate the pastry into two bowls. Add cinnamon and cocoa to one of them.
(So You will have two kinds of pastry, this was, the brownie will have a nice pattern.)

7. Oil a pan with some butter, and sprinkle some flour, too.
8. Pour half of the pastries to the pan.

9. Put the apple-cubes into the pastry.

10. Spoon the other half of the pastries onto the apples. 

11. Bake it for about an hour, 180 'C.  (Celsius) - middle degree.

It was yummy, I can tell! :)

Bon appetite! :)
xoxo: Hajni


  1. I'm going to Hungary next year, so I decided I'd try some recipes. This is the first one I tried, and I got all positive results! I'm going to make more and sell them next time to help fund my trip! :)

    1. I'm happy that you have a positive result! :D But to be honest this Brownie is not so tipical here, The Hungarian scones, or the strudel, or the honey cream cake, the apple pie, or the Carnival donuts are more like Hungarian, if You want to try the original tastes. :) I hope You will like Your stay here. :)
      Enjoy the cakes. :)