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Chocolate chip brownie!!

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Serves 1 - 12 Brownies

Great easy recipe and not as high in fat as other recipes (depending on the filling), but you would never know the difference!

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  • 300g caster sugar
  • 170g butter, melted
  • 55g cocoa powder
  • A few drops of vanilla extract
  • 3 eggs
  • 170g plain flour
  • Pinch baking powder
  • 1-2 handfulls of your favourite filling (mine is a mixture of white
  • chocolate chips and milk chocolate chips but you could use variatations of nuts too, maybe even raspberries!


    1. Preheat oven to 165 degrees celsius and lightly grease a 20cm by 30cm baking tin with butter
    2. Beat sugar and butter till smooth and stir cocoa powder in and vanilla extract till well combined
    3. Beat in eggs one at a time till smooth and glossy
    4. Sift in flour and baking powder and fold into the mixture and stir in filling
    5. bake for around 20 mins or until the top is firm and a scewer comes out cleanly in the middle, dont worry if it seems a little soft in the middle as it will firm up once cooled
    6. Leave it to cool the cut into equal squares, you can sprinkle with sifted incing sugar too if you like
    7. Enjoy :)

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6th May, 2016
Divine! I used walnuts and milk choc chips, my cooking time was an hour though. Will make weekly for pudding with vanilla ice cream!
28th Dec, 2017
Thank you for your comment and glad you enjoyed them. I love them served with salted caramel ice cream! :)
23rd Oct, 2016
Is the temperature of the oven the same on a fan oven? Also do you have to add a filling?
28th Dec, 2017
So sorry for such a late reply, I rarely go on this account anymore! I'd put the temp down to 155 degrees and keep the same cooking time. As for the filling, it's really up to you. This is a very basic recipe which gives a nice chocolatey flavour but you can always add more chocolate chips of any kind or cherries, nuts or a mix of all of them etc. If you add dried fruit, particularly cherries it's often best to rinse them and then pat them try with kitchen roll so they don't sink to the bottom. Hope this helps :)
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