Chocolate Raisin Bars

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Since I’m not yet that confident in mixing my own cake batter, I’ve tried using Maya’s Brownie Fudge Mix to boost my confidence in baking. Luckily, it was a good product to start with. I added a few ingredient which I think made it more healthier (because of the raisins and dark chocolate) and will arouse your cravings more. Try this recipe and it will surely awaken the Pastry Chef in you!


1/2 cup melted Butter

1 tbsp vanilla extract

2 medium size eggs

2 bars of Goya Dark Chocolate

1 pack of Raisins ( I was not able take a picture of the exact brand I used, and sadly I forgot the brand 😦 but it looks like this: Raisins


1 Tbsp canola oil

and Maya Brownie Fudge Mix 500 g


Preheat the oven at 250. Mix Maya Brownie Fudge, Butter, Vanilla extract and 2 eggs to make the batter. Pull out your cake tray (about an inch thick), pour the batter, top it with the raisins and put it inside the oven and cook for 15 mins. While waiting for the batter to cook, melt the Goya Dark Chocolate bars in a bowl by adding 1 tbsp of canola oil inside a microwave for 1 minute (make sure to break the chocolate bars).

To check if the batter is cooked thoroughly, pinch a clean tooth pick on your batter.If there is a minimal batter sticking on the tooth pick, your Brownie fudge cooked perfectly with a little gooey inside. Pull it out of the oven and let it cool down.

Once it has completely cool down. Top it with the melted Chocolate bars shower it with sprinkles ( or you can use nuts if you want).

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It feels good to satisfy your cravings once and awhile. Don’t deprive yourself, just don’t over eat and do a lot of exercise 🙂

Have a fun day everyone!


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