One Bowl Deep Dark Chocolate Brownies
This is one easy brownie recipe you can't live without. Made from-scratch this fudgy chocolate brownie recipe is rich and decadent, made in one-bowl that makes it so simple and quick to make. And as far as a classic, go-to brownie recipe that you can use time and time again, this dark chocolate brownie recipe is it. You can use this classic brownie recipe for a Sunday dessert recipe served with ice cream, for potlucks, parties, snacks and more. This dark chocolate fudge recipe is fudgy and rich, and eas to make using one-bowl. Super simple. Not too cakey, with lots of chocolate flavor. And the good news is that the dessert recipe calls for regular, everyday ingredients. And you can leave a bag of these dark chocolate brownies in the fridge when you have a chocolate craving. Some of the ingredients that you will need for this easy to make dark chocolate brown recipe include butter, semisweet chocolate, unsweetened natural cocoa powder or Dutch-process cocoa powder and salt. For the full step by step tutorial on this easy brownie recipe, you will want to take a look at the Mel's Kitchen Cafe site.
And that dark chocolate that you add to your dessert recipes has plenty of health benefits. Eating dark chocolate can benefit your heart. With the latest research backing up claims that dark chocolate has cardiovascular benefits. In a 9-year Swedish study of more than 31,000 women, who ate one or two servings of dark chocolate each week cut their risk for heart failure by as much as a third. And another long-term study in Germany found that about a square of dark chocolate a day also helped to lower blood pressure and reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke by 39 percent. Most of the credit goes to all those flavonoids and antioxidant compounds that help to increase the flexibility of veins and arteries.
And eating dark chocolate can also help with weight loss (just remember that you have to watch when there is a lot of sugar added to the dark chocolate if you are hoping to benefit from weight loss). If you're wondering just how you can add dark chocolate to your diet without putting on the pounds, the good news is that it should be easier than you expect. Researchers from the University of Copenhagen found that consuming dark chocolate is far more filling, and offers more of a feeling of being full than lighter-colored chocolate. That is, dark chocolate helps to lessen cravings for that of sweet, salty, and fatty foods.
And dark chocolate can help to reduce stress. When times are tough, people tend to get into chocolate more often than they might otherwise. And as it turns out, emotional chocolate eating might not be as bad as you think. You know what kind of havoc stress and cortisol can wreak on your body. And then another study by Swiss scientists had found that when people who were anxious ate an ounce and a half of dark chocolate once a day for two weeks, that their hormone stress levels were significantly reduced and the metabolic effects of their stress were partially mitigated. And after a breakup, bring out the dark chocolate to help you feel better. So next time you are feeling a bit sad or anxious try a piece of healthy dark chocolate to make you feel better. You will find this easy brownie recipe on the Mel's Kitchen Cafe site. On the site, you will find dessert recipes, appetizer recipes, sandwich recipes, gluten free recipes, main dish recipe and more. **
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