Speaking of chocolate brownies, apart from the brownie without cocoa powder I shared before, I got another crowd favourite. This recipe has been used for many many occasions and created loads of sweet memories.
Please do not ask me why haven’t I shared it here before, but the reason I do now is only because my dear friends have been chasing after me for it, so here is my Secret Chocolate Brownie Recipe.
Preheat the oven at 170° and melt the butter in a deep pan
Mix sugar, cocoa powder, vanilla been paste and baking powder, and pour the mixture in to the pan, mix till they’re all well combined;
Quickly remove the pan from the heat, let it cool down for a bit, around half minute;
Very quickly, whisk egg into the mixture, one at a time, until the mixture is really smooth;
Combine flour and baking powder, then sift the flour mixture and fold it through to the mixture in the pan;
Add choc bits, I normally use 1 cup but you can change the amount accordingly or use M&M instead to make it more playful;
Grease the square tin and pour the mixture into the tin;
Put it in the oven for 30 minutes. Do not worry if the brownie looks a bit soft, when you take it out of the oven. Just let it cool in the tin for 10 -15 minutes, as it will become solid and therefore easier to cut.
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Late brekki for myself @ the Diplomat in Highett. After whole morning playing with an active little bubba without a toilet break, I deserve some me-time!
Love the name, “Down to earth” but this small little cafe in Brighton is not so down to the quality of their customer service.