Double Chocolate Brownies
I first learnt how to make brownies from the BBC Good Food website (please click here if you are a beginner or new to baking ) https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/best-ever-chocolate-brownies-recipe However, you can adapt some of the ingredients.
Brownies are delicious with its gooey, chocolate centre. I add white chocolate chips as well as milk chocolate chips. Adding chocolate chunks is another great alternative. These options are great for those who are strapped for time.
The best things about brownies is that everyone in my family loves them especially with some ice cream.
-185g Dark chocolate
-40g Cocoa Powder
-50g Milk chocolate drops
-50g White chocolate drops
-275g Demerara Sugar
-85g Plain flour
-3 large eggs
-185g Salted Butter
-1/2 Vanilla Extract (optional)
Measure the butter and cut into cubes.
Cut the dark chocolate into pieces.
Place chocolate and butter into a bowl.
Place the same bowl with the chocolate above a pot of simmering water.
Allow the chocolate and butter to melt.
Add parchment paper to the baking tray and turn on oven to 180 degrees Celsius.
In a separate bowl, seive 85g plain flour and 40g cocoa powder.
Add 3 eggs, 275g sugar and vanilla extract.
Whisk together using and electric whisk or hand whisk.
Add the chocolate and melted butter.
Fold with a spatula until it is gooey looking.
Stir in the chocolate drops.
Pour the mixture into a tin.
Bake for 25-30 minutes until a thin, papery crust comes up.
Take out the oven and leave to cool.