Eggless Nutty Chocolate Brownie Recipe

I’m so excited to share this recipe today. For once, I really like what I’ve just made! LoL! Coming from me you’d know that it will be something super simple or I won’t do it.

This eggless no-bake nutty chocolate brownie can be whipped out in just 15 minutes or less!

Yummy Eggless Nutty Chocolate Brownie


22 Marie Biscuits
20gm cocoa powder
40gm roasted nuts (I used almond and cashew nuts)
200gm condensed milk


Break Marie biscuits in a plastic bag.

Hand the plastic bag over to your child. They’ll be more than happy to break the biscuits into crumbs. Just get them to press the bag and the job is done!

I don’t like it to be too powdery. I prefer it to be a little coarse as it will make the brownie a more interesting bite.

I’m such a lazy mom that I don’t even roast my own nuts. I bought those roasted nuts under the SNACKS section and my choice of Almond and Cashew is just because those are the only two ROASTED nuts available -.- But it’s a good choice as almonds are fibre rich and cholesterol free while cashew nuts are also naturally cholesterol free and is a good source of dietary fibre.

Chop them coarsely.

Pour the Marie biscuit crumbs into a bowl.

Add 20gm of cocoa powder.

Add in the chopped nuts.

Mix well.

Add 200gm condensed milk.

Mix really well making sure all the dry ingredients combined thoroughly with the milk.

Transfer into a baking tray but since I don’t have a small baking tray I just use a shallow bowl. *Line the bowl with clingwrap for easy removal later*Press firmly thoroughly.

Refrigerate. Let it chill for at least 4 hours or preferably overnight.

My verdict? This is too simple to be TRUE! Seriously, all we needed to do is basically combine all the dry ingredients with milk and wait. No boiling, no baking. Yes, the most torturing part has got to be the waiting for at least 4 hours before being able to gobble up this delicious brownies!

Ethan took less than 15 minutes to whip this out and so can YOU!

Ethan is already requesting to make another round of this yummy brownie for his teachers and friends and with that, I consider this a HUGE success! ^_^


We made another batch of brownie today. Added more nuts as we like it nutty. Cut and placed it in cupcake paper as it is prettier that way as we are giving this batch to Ethan’s teachers. Hope they’ll like it! :)

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    wow, i’m so gonna try this out ! looks easy and if Ethan can do it, i can do it too! :P

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    erm.. how did u get the brownies out of the bowl?

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      I lined the bowl with cling wrap so when I terbalik the bowl, the brownie will automatically fall out onto the plate.

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        oh I thought it will stick to the bowl!

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    No baking required? I love on letrik.., just have to find time to try on this recipe.

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      15 minutes is all it takes :D

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    owh ok.. this is easy.. :D.. but, where to find that roasted nuts??

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      Can buy from petrol station oso ler. Any SNACK counter sure got sell kacang wan..

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    Eggless? Should be healthy and less fatty brownies!

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      eggless but using condensed milk leh.. i’m going to try out with some modification…

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    Been using this way to make no bake cake. Only chill it and you can also use digestive biscuits for substitute n add in some raisins too.

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    Looks simple and delish! Must try soon!

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    When I go KL, I let you know ahead of time… Make sure you make for me, can? Can lah hor? So easy to make one mah!!! Wink! Wink! LOL!!!

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    Put in freezer?

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      Chill in fridge.

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    wow, eggless :O I wonder how it really really taste lmao

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    i am so going to try this !

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    I did this the other day, though mine one is called batik cake but it is the same one :)

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      I tot you said yours have butter in it? Mine is without butter :)

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    Looks so simple to make…thanks for sharing the recipe,must give it a try…

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    What??? It’s that easy? My eyes nearly popped out reading how simple it is to make your yummylicious version of Brownies, which happen to my all time fav dessert! Must top up with vanilla ice-cream, of course…hehe…and what a great suggestion to leave it to the kids to crush the marie bicky’s…!

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    Hi, just wondering how do these differ from the “usual” brownies in terms of taste, texture, level of sweetness (in view that the recipe calls for condensed milk), etc.? Kindly englighten. TIA.

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      Hi Ivana,

      It’s not too sweet if that is your concern as I’ve already omitted sugar from the original recipe. Texture wise, it’s like eating nougat but less chewy.

      Try it and see for yourself if you like it or not :)

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        Ok, thks. :-)

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          U r welcome. Cheers :D

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    I must try this! You make it sounds so simple. Thanks for sharing, Merryn.

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    I will definitely try this! I don’t like complicated recipes with tedious steps (summore comes with possibility of failure). This looks simple enough for me :)

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    Great one, Merryn. It looks so good to me. It is a wonderful recipe for my girl’s school children day. I like it no baking, no boiling, eggless and sugarless too. Thanks for sharing.

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    Looks really good! Gonna try it, thanks for sharing!

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    love it! gonna make brownies already! yay!! XD
    thanks for sharing :D

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    Nutty Nutcrackers! eheheheh.. Yea..very simple!

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    Looks nice! Hmmm put it in the fridge?

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    So lucky, Ethan’s teachers. When I go KL, you make for me or not, Ethan? Wink! Wink!

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    Hi Merryn
    I’m from Cape Town and me and my son tried this recipe and it was divine.
    Can you tell me how many portions do you get out with 1 make?

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    Looks good and yummy, Merryn! Shall try this one day! :)

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    Hi there,

    I’m from The Netherlands and I want to try the recipe. When you say gm, do you mean mg? As in Miligram? Or is that a different something that I need to convert?



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      Hi Wennie,

      gm as in gram. I weigh all the ingredients even for the milk, i weigh to get 200gm.

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    Can I replace the cocoa powder with milo?
    If i am using normal pan, do I need to grease the side or preferable using cling wrap?

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      Hi Jessica,

      You can replace with Milo however it will be sweeter. I use cling wrap so I can remove it easily.

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