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Chocolate Fudge Brownies

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Serves 8

A fantastic lunch box filler, if you can hide them for long enough! They go very very quickly!

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  • 100g Chocolate (plain or milk works well)
  • 100g Butter/Marg
  • 200g Self Raising Flour
  • 200g Sugar (Soft brown sugar works best but caster sugar still works well)
  • 3 large eggs
  • 2 tablespoons cocoa powder


    1. Melt the chocolate and butter together in a sauce pan over a low heat
    2. Turn off the heat and gradually stir in the sugar and eggs
    3. Add the self raising flour and cocoa powder
    4. Pour the mix into greased 30cm x 35cm square tin
    5. Bake for 15 minutes at 180C, the middle should be soft. Let the brownies cool in the tin.

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Helen Davies
9th Mar, 2019
This is my 'go to ' recipe when cooking with my grandchildren. We melt the butter and chocolate in a microwave and add to the dry ingredients. Then we add white and milk chocolate buttons for added chocolateyness! It's quick, easy and delicious!
Bertram Douglas
5th Dec, 2016
just made this recipe and has turned out great. rather more cake like but still moist and a little chewy, not at all soggy!!! Used the america chocolate Bakers Chocolate and its very rich chocolate !!! Secret is not too over cook at all !!!
7th Oct, 2016
If its coming out like cake, it's over cooked! You shouldnt be afraid to take it out a bit earlier. Mine was cake round the edges but the middle was perfect.
24th Jul, 2016
Yeah this is not a recipe for brownies, they came out like a cake thing. Nice cake though
9th Apr, 2015
i wanted a chocolate fudge brownie but all i got was a boring plain choccy sponge cake :( waste of time
jowyatt23's picture
17th Nov, 2013
followed this recipe to the "t" and I got sponge....still tasty bust most definitely not brownie
trinaz's picture
3rd Nov, 2012
As someone else has put : Where is the fudge?
trinaz's picture
3rd Nov, 2012
Fairly nice but I think I will stick to my old faithful(Below)!http://http//
3rd Jul, 2012
These are good, but I think are much improved by the addition of dried cranberries or sour cherries. I'm going to try adding chopped stem ginger next time as an alternative.
7th Jun, 2012
Just done the recipe, quick and easy ready To take for the charity cake of the week!!


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Katie Cody-Woodward
2nd Feb, 2019
This recipe is no good, 15 minute is not a long enough cooking time for brownies! My Brownies came out completely raw :(