Pearl Millet Brownie ( gluten free )

Brownies are rich, moist , chocolatey, gooey and a perfect one for those who love dark chocolate. I simply cannot settle things which have lesser nutritional content. Bajra ( pearl millet / kambu ) is one that we donot use it in our daily cooking. Only during summer we make porridge using bajra so, I just wanted to try it with brownies and it came out so delicious and healthy as well. Bajra brownies are without eggs , gluten free and with all the goodness of bajra. Do try this intense chocolate flavoured brownies for your family on kitty party and enjoy it .

⏲PREP TIME : 20 minutes

⏲BAKE TIME : 35 minutes

🍜COURSE : Dessert

🥘CUISINE : International

🍴YIELD : 8 Servings


Pearl millet flour – 1/2 cup

Dark chocolate – 70 gm

Butter – 50 gm

Curd – 1/4 cup

Baking powder – 1 tsp

Jaggery powder – 1/2 cup

Vanilla extract – 1 tsp

Choco chip for garnish

Nuts for garnish


Sift millet flour and baking powder thrice and keep aside.


In a narrow vessel, take some (3 GLASSES) water and allow it to boil.

Take butter and dark chocolate in a large bowl .

Keep the bowl on the vessel and allow the water to boil.

Let the water in the vessel not touch the bowl.

Stir and let the butter and chocolate melt.

When it is melted, remove the bowl from heat .

Add vanilla extract and mix well.

Add in the curd to the mixture and whisk .

Now add the jaggery powder and mix well until it dissolves.

Mix both wet and dry ingredients together.

Cut and fold using spatula.

Transfer the mixture to a lined baking tray .

Tap the tray and add nuts and Chocochip on top.

In a preheated oven , bake at 180° c for 30 to 35 minutes .

Allow it to cool down then demould the brownie.

Slice it and enjoy !


I have used 6 inches square pan.

Standard cup measurements I have given


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