Next level chocolate brownies

Learn how to make a truly crowd-pleasing dessert, Good Food's ultra indulgent chocolate brownies, with your choice of cheesecake swirls, nuts or choccy buttons

Points to remember: 

  • Take our best-ever brownie recipe and omit the milk and white chocolate.  
  • Pour the batter into your prepared tin and add your chosen toppings. Once the toppings are on, bake for 25 – 30 mins at 180/160C fan/gas 4.  
  •  Polka dot brownies 2 tbsp milk chocolate buttons (push half of them into the mixture and lay the rest on top) and dot 1 tbsp white chocolate buttons over the top of the batter too before baking.    
  • Raspberry cheesecake brownies Stir 100g cream cheese to soften it a little then add 2 tbsp golden caster sugar and 1 egg yolk. Mix or whisk until smooth then pour over the brownie batter and swirl it around with a fork if you like. Dot the surface with a few raspberries and bake.  
  • Choc-nut brownies Warm 50g peanut butter in a small pan, just for a few minutes until it becomes runny. Drizzle it over the brownie batter then swirl in using a spoon to create a marbled effect. Top with 2 tbsp chopped milk chocolate or chocolate chips and a handful of whole nuts (we used pecans, Brazils, cashews, walnuts, almonds and hazelnuts) then bake. 

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LuweehKaturay
13th Sep, 2017
wow
RLWitt
8th Sep, 2017
My sister made brownies with chopped up chocolate bars (fudge pieces, Oreo mini eggs, etc.) Very gooey and decadent.
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