I can’t believe it is April already! Like where has the time gone?!?! Anyway, for todays post, I am going to be giving you the best brownie recipe ever! So lets get started! *Disclaimer- I got this recipe of a website, it isn’t my own*
What you will need-
- 185g unsalted butter (Has to be unsalted)
- 185g dark chocolate
- 85g plain flour
- 40g cocoa powder
- 50g white chocolate
- 50g milk chocolate
- 3 large egg
- 275g golden caster sugar
Cut the unsalted butter into chunks and tip into a bowl. Then break the dark chocolate into squares and tip into the bowl as well. Put some water into a saucepan and heat it up, then place the bowl with the butter and sugar above it. Make sure the bowl isn’t touching the water because you don’t want to burn the mixture as it’s waiting. Stir the mixture as it’s melting. Once it’s melted, leave to cool at room temperature.
While the chocolate mixture is cooling, turn the oven on to 180C fan. Line a 20cm squared tin ready for your brownie mix. Then measure out the cocoa powder and flour and sift it into the bowl. Stir it, but not so the flour is completely combined.
With a very sharp knife, chop up the white and milk chocolate into very small pieces. Well about the size you can see them now. Be careful, the chocolate is quite hard to cut as it should be cold. You will have to cut the chocolate over the squares it comes in, But the end product should be rough squares anyway! Leave the chocolate on the board once it is cut.
Next, you want to crack 3 eggs into another bowl (not the one with the chocolate and the flour in) along with all of the golden caster sugar. You want to mix the eggs and the sugar with an electric mixer on full blast. You know it’s done when it looks like a milkshake! This can take a few minutes, just keep going! Then you want to pour your “milkshake” mixture over the chocolatey mixture and mix it in so its fully combined. You want to start off by folding it then mix it because you don’t want to lose all the air out.
Once everything else if fully combined, pour all the chocolate in to the mixture and keep mixing it, so the chocolate is evenly spread throughout the whole batter. Then you want to pour the mixture into the tin!
I decided to chop up some more white chocolate and sprinkle it on the top of the batter, I just thought it looked really pretty!
This is what it turned out like! I know it’s missing a square, I ate it! Haha! Anyway the inside of the brownie was so gooey and lovely, the chocolate has melted and the sponge was so lovely! Please please make these, they were so good!
Anyway, I hope you enjoyed this post, I really liked writing this for you! Also thankyou so so much for 78 followers! Love you all! Lets see of we can get to 100 by May!
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