These are the delicious if I do say so myself (and Emma and Lee said so too) chocolate brownies that I made for the Cake Eaters Anonymous event this evening – I will report back on what everyone thinks of them tomorrow! I was planning to try a new recipe by the Brown Eyed Baker but realised at the last second that I needed and didn’t have any sunflower oil, so I used this trusty recipe by Nigella from How to be a domestic goddess which might be the best cookbook of all time.
These brownies are also so easy and quick to make that I should really be including them in the easy tasty dinners series. Not that you should have brownies for dinner. Or should you? The answer is yes.
Here’s what you need –
- 9×9 inch brownie pan
- 300g soft butter
- 300g best quality dark chocolate
- 4 large eggs
- 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
- 400 g caster sugar – I used some dark muscavado, some light muscavado and some caster
- 200 g plain flour
They turned out exactly how I wanted – crackly and chewy on the top, with a fudgy moist centre. Be sure to keep an eagle eye on them as they’re cooking though and whip them out of the oven as soon as you think they’re done!
I think I’ve literally made this brownie recipe about a hundred times! What recipe book do you use the most, or what recipe do you make over and over?