I find that there's nothing better on a weekend to do than a spot of baking - it's just something different and fun to do, especially to just watch your creations from scratch come to life! And OK, So I know mine does look a little, tiny weeny bit burnt on the top - but that's mainly because my oven at my Uni house is absolutely rubbish! And yes, it does pretty much look like a baked chocolate cake tray, but this was the pre-cutting into 'brownie squares' stage! It still tasted absolutely divine. Here's how to easily make the recipe in a fool-proof way, in just under an hour.....

So first of all, you want to to have 185g worth of Dark Chocolate - we basically just bought a pretty basic one from the Supermarket, and broke it up into square pieces, before placing it into a large bowl.

You're then going to need lots of unsalted butter. 185g worth to be exact. Then, you need to heat up a small saucepan of hot water (make sure it's on a low heat) and place the bowl on top, without touching the water. This will allow the butter and chocolate to easily melt and mix together.

The consistency should look a little something like this....

At this point you should pre-heat the oven to around 160c. Then, you need 40g of flour...

Along with 275g of caster sugar....

(I missed taking the photo of the egg part, but you also need to add 3 large eggs)

Once all that is done, you just add it to the cooled down chocolate mixture, and if you want, add extra milk and white chocolate squares to make it more chunky, textured, and well, generally taste even better! Then you just whisk all that together.

Lastly, you need to add the mixture to a buttery-lined baking tray, just to make sure it doesn't stick. Then you just add it to the oven, making sure the temperature is at 160c for fan-assisted ovens, or 180c/gas 4. Leave it in there for exactly 25 minutes....


What do you think to this brownie recipe?
Would you try it? Have you made them before?
As always, let me know!
Lots of love,
Hannah xoxo

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  1. Oh my god these look so yummy! I want to make them but I'm trying to eat healthy.. oh the struggle!

  2. Drrrooooollll! I just love how easy these are, even if my scales don't!

    Annabel ♥
    Mascara & Maltesers

  3. I keep finding some amazing recipies on Bloglovin and I can't stop feeling hungry for cake and cookies. This has definitely got me wanting to bake, bake and bake again. This sounds like such a basic and yummy recipie that I'm definitely going to try!

    Tabitha - x