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
Oat crunch is surely something I can pass off as half good for you right?? I mean its oats and that’s a beneficial aspect to any diet?..Ok joke aside its one of the easiest things to whip up and bake for a massive sugar hit and in this case a good lashing of caramel and chocolate.
You know the score by now, I love to make something quick and easy- a lazy bake! The more chocolatey the better in my eyes!!
I saw this delish recipe on one of those Facebook posts that stops you mid scroll, leaving you drooling and tagging your friends in the hope that someone will make it for you! No one has made it for me (tut tut) so I thought why not grab all the bits and make it myself plusss this is a perfect naughty treat to enjoy over the festive season with friends.
Prepare yourselves for the most amazing gooey cookies you will ever make! This recipe will give you 12 large soft cookies and if you follow this method then I guarantee you will not be disappointed!!