Apart from the White chocolate blondies I made here I have never baked brownies, I think its because they’re one of those things that needs to be gooey and super chocolatey else it can easy resemble a dry chocolate cake.
I came across a recipe for S’more brownies from ‘In the Kitchen with Kate’ and had to test it for myself! The result, super delicious chocolate brownies with a twist so I had to share…
For the biscuit layer
- 200g Digestive biscuits
- 125g Unsalted melted butter
For the Brownie mix
- 115g Unsalted butter
- 150g Dark chocolate
- 190g Brown sugar
- 130g Caster sugar
- 2 tsp Vanilla essence
- 4 Large eggs
- 140g Plain flour
- Large or mini marshmallows
- Pre-heat your oven to 180 and line/ greese a square tin
- Crush your digestives and add the melted 125g butter, mix thoroughly and set aside
- Melt the 115g butter along with the 150g dark chocolate together in a bowl over boiling water
- Once melted take it off the heat and mix in your 2 sugars
- Add the vanilla and eggs and whisk well until its a shiny consistency
- Sift in flour and stir but be careful NOT to over mix
- Pour the mixture into the tin and then add the biscuit butter crumbs
- Bake for 30 minutes
- Spread the marshmallows on top and bake for a further 5-10 minutes
- Leave to cool and then slice!
Let me know or tag my Instagram or twitter if you bake these!!
Love Harriet x
After a hectic day last week, I could feel I needed to unwind and one of the best ways to do this is to get my bake on! I came across this easy recipe for Mars bar slices and we know I LOVE anything chocolatey and simple. I added my own twist to make it welllll even more..Chocolatey!
- 4 Cups of Rice Crispies
- 4 x Mars bars
- 75g Butter
- 1 tbs Golden syrup
- 400g Milk chocolate
- Melt the butter, 2 of the mars bars (chopped up) and syrup in a bowl over a low heat
- Stir in the crispies and mix well so all is combined
- Press mixture into a lined tin and refrigerate until firm
- Melt chocolate in a bowl on a low heat then spread over the crispie base
- Sprinkle remaining chopped Mars bars and anything else you fancy to top the slice, I added mini Reese cups
- Refrigerate until firm
- Slice with a warm knife and enjoy!
Love Harriet x
Over the very indulgent Easter weekend last month, I decided to add more sugar into the mix and create some delicious white chocolate Blondies….I mean if you cant overload on sugar at Easter then when the hell can you? Blondies for anyone who’s not aware is the classic Brownies little sister and full of white chocolate and raspberries in this case!
- 190g butter, melted and cooled
- 375g golden caster sugar
- 1 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
- 3 eggs
- 260g plain flour
- 300g white chocolate, broken into chunky pieces
- 150g frozen or fresh raspberries
- 25g (1oz) white mini marshmallows
- Preheat the oven 180°C and line your chosen tin
- Mix the butter and sugar, then add the vanilla extract
- Add the eggs, one at a time and make sure you stir with each addition
- Fold the flour and white chocolate, then add the raspberries, until all mixed together
- Spoon the mixture into the tin and bake for 50 minutes, careful not to burn the top!
- Remove from the oven, scatter over the mini marshmallows and bake for a further 10 minutes
- Take out and leave to cool in the tin completely then cut and serve
I took this recipe from the little Tesco cards and based this on ‘Joan’s missing you Blondies’ and its inspired me to pick up some more cards and try out new things!
Let me know if you bake them, they really are delish!
Love Harriet x
Following on from my ‘lazy girl bakes’ posts, I decided to make some yummy rice crispy treats for the girls to munch on in the Treehouse! Another super easy recipe and actually this method has less sugar than many of the others out there!
4 Tablespoons of butter
8 Cups of mini marshmallows
1 Teaspoon of vanilla essence
1 Tablespoon of milk
6 Cups of rice crispie cereal
Dash of maple syrup
2 tubes of Smarties
*Slowly melt the butter in a large pan on a low heat
*Once the butter is melted, add vanilla and 6 cups of marshmallows and dash of syrup – melt it all slowly
*Before the marshmallows are fully melted, add the milk and the remaining 2 cups of marshmallows (don’t let them melt completely, you want some gooey lumps)
*Add in the rice crispies and smarties – stir until its all coated
*Pop into a greased dish and spread out, leave to cool before cutting and demolishing!
Enjoy, Love Harriet x