Recipe: Milk and White Chocolate Chunk Fondant Brownies

Milk and White Chocolate Chunk Fondant Brownies

Milk and White Chocolate Chunk Fondant Brownies

Break through the thin and crisp crust and beneath oozes a rich triple chocolate filling. My favourite brownie recipe – the ultimate indulgence warm from the oven!

Ingredients:

185g 70%+ dark chocolate

185g salted butter

3 eggs, at room temperature

175g golden caster sugar

100g white caster sugar

40g good quality cocoa powder

85g plain flour

50g white chocolate

50g milk chocolate

Method:

(preheat oven to 180*c and line an 8″ square baking tin with greaseproof paper)

– place dark chocolate and butter in a bowl and melt gently over a pan of boiling water

– meanwhile, whisk together the eggs and sugars with an electric whisk until pale yellow and doubled in volume

– chop milk and white chocolate into 1/2-1cm chunks

–  when butter and dark chocolate has melted fully, allow to cool slightly, then fold into the mousse-y egg mixture

– sift flour and cocoa powder into the mix and fold in gently

– fold in chocolate chunks and pour all mixture into your prepared baking tin

– bake for 25-30 minutes, until crisp on top and still with a slight wobble when gently shaken

– leave to cool in tin before cutting into squares

*serve warm with vanilla and chocolate ice cream for a decadent dessert

Milk and White Chocolate Chunk Fondant Brownies

Milk and White Chocolate Chunk Fondant Brownies

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  1. Pingback: Brownies—World Famous and a World Favourite | Dine&Discover

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