Updated: 5 days ago
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Who doesn't like chocolate? I mean it does makes us smile, right? It brings love and happiness to the household! Just don't overdose, please :)
There are many recipes for brownies out there and many of them overcook this beautiful gooey deliciousness into a chocolate dry cake/roof tile. Lower the cooking time and keep it simple! It works with cocoa powder or leftover chocolate that kicks around the house, or a mixture of both. You can use plain flour, or gluten-free. Literally, it takes less than 10 min to put together and 15 minutes to bake. Allow resting for at least one hour after baking if too gooey wait until completely cooled.
What equipment is needed to bake super Gooey Chocolate Brownie?
To bake the recipe I recommend 25x20cm, 8x10inch tin like this one.
3 organic eggs
150g (5.3oz) of caster sugar
150g (5.3oz) of brown sugar
170g (6oz) of butter
100g (3.5oz) of plain flour (you can also use gluten-free flour mix)
120g (4.2oz) of cocoa powder or dark chocolate (you can use a mixture of both, 60g of cocoa and 60g of chocolate or use only one ingredient depending on what's in your cupboard)
tiny pinch of salt
(optional) 1tsp of vanilla bean paste (or extract)
Preheat the oven to 180C (356F).
Melt the butter in a small pan.
Add dark chocolate to the butter and whisk until melted.
In the bowl, mix eggs with vanilla, white and brown sugar.
Mix in melted butter with chocolate.
Mix in plain flour with cocoa powder and a pinch of salt.
Bake for 15 minutes.
Remove from the oven, leave uncovered and allow to cool completely before munching :)
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If you are making a thicker brownie or double batch increase the baking time to 18 minutes and rest until completely cooled.
Be creative, to this base recipe you can add any additional ingredients that you love! Try it with: Ice cream, strawberries, coulis, coconut, white chocolate, dry freeze raspberries, or nuts! :)