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This is a really simple brownie recipe. It has been tried and tested many a time and they certainly don't last very long in the cupboard. These morish gooey chocolate treats are an all-year all-occasion must bake.

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IngredientsServes: 15

  • 200g butter or margarine
  • 165g cocoa powder
  • 400g light brown soft sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 125g plain flour
  • 2 eggs
  • 100g chocolate chunks or walnuts

MethodPrep:15min ›Cook:20min ›Ready in:35min

  1. Line or grease a 20 x 18 cm tin. Preheat the oven to 180 C / Gas 4.
  2. Melt the butter and cocoa together in a saucepan. Add the sugar and vanilla. Mix thoroughly.
  3. Remove from the heat and mix in the flour then the eggs. Pour into the pre-prepared tin.
  4. Bake for 20 minutes. They are cooked when the top is slightly springy.
  5. Cool and cut into 15 slices.

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Reviews in English (55)

I am only 13 and I have to say this is one of the most easiest and quickest ways for me to make brownies- not only are they simple but the outcome is Gorgeous!; I recommend this recipe for everyone.-14 Feb 2012

I've died and gone to heaven!! It did seem to take ages to cook though-13 Nov 2011

just use some common sense, if it seems dry add some liquid, (i used some o.j), if it starts to burn turn your oven down,move the cake down, cover it, dont just watch it burn then blame the recipe!i also added a tsp of baking powder for a slightly lighter brownie.dont bother trying to test brownies with a knife to see if they are cooked, it is meant to be wet and sticky inside!very quick even my 10yr old enjoyed making them and she has the attention span of a nat!-10 Jun 2012

Nearly Irresistible Brownies

How can these brownies be irresistible at all with a picture like that? The chocolate drizzle over the top of them done me in. I have to add the ingredients to my shopping list. I want to make this recipe now. I am so glad I found this one tonight.

I love rich, fudgy brownies. These look like a great chocolate-filled dessert (and they're healthy, too? Win!).

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Are you a milk chocolate or dark chocolate fan? I like both, although I usually prefer dark chocolate. Quinn, on the other hand, will choose milk chocolate most any day. Combine that with how much he likes brownies, and I can&rsquot believe it&rsquos taken me this long to make Milk Chocolate Brownies.

Using milk chocolate versus dark or unsweetened chocolate really changes up the usual flavor of traditional brownies. As you would expect, they are a bit sweeter than your average brownie. That smooth taste of milk chocolate is there, too, making these pretty irresistible!

This recipe is a variation on my go-to brownie recipe, which uses bittersweet chocolate. I swapped the bittersweet for milk chocolate and also decreased the sugar, as milk chocolate has more sugar than dark chocolate. I also added just a bit of cocoa powder to bump up the chocolate flavor just a bit.

Any time chocolate is the star of a recipe, you can be sure that I&rsquom going to advise you to use good quality chocolate. We won&rsquot all like the same brands of chocolate, so just be sure to use a chocolate that you would happily eat all on its own.

If you&rsquore looking for something just a bit different in the brownie world or you&rsquore just a big fan of milk chocolate, then give these brownies a try. The flavor is fantastic, and the texture is wonderfully soft and fudgy. And they&rsquore quick and easy to make, too. A winner all the way around!

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Butter– I have used unsalted butter but you can use salted butter too. The blondies will have a hint of salty taste in that case.

Vanilla Extract– Use the best quality vanilla extract.

Sugar– I have used a combination of dark brown and light brown sugar, but you can use any one of them too. I prefer adding dark brown sugar as it makes the brownies richer, sweeter and gives them a chewy texture.

Chocolate Chips & Walnuts – White chocolate chips and walnuts add a perfect crunch. You can also add dark chocolate chips, sprinkles, m&m’s, toffee bits, coconut flakes, caramel chunks, and other nuts like almonds, pecans, etc. A mixture of these add-ons also works great.

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Step 3- Add the room temperature eggs and vanilla extract to the butter and sugar mixture.

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Step 5 – Add the all purpose flour, coco powder, salt and baking powder to the egg mixture.

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Step 7- Spray a 8 by 8 baking pan with oil. To easily remove the brownies I lined the pan with a parchment paper and sprayed oil and dusted with some coco powder. Transfer the batter to the pan and bake at 350 F or 175 C for 25 minutes.

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