Creme Egg Brownies
Makes 16 brownies | firstname.lastname@example.org
These brownies are perfect for using up your leftover Easter chocolate treats, whilst also being extremely tasty! But beware...once you've had one, you'll want them all!
You Will Need:
- A Mixing Bowl
- Some Smaller Bowls
- A Square Baking Tin
- Cake Cases or Parchment Paper
- A Saucepan
- A Whisk
- A Big Spoon
- 200g Unsalted Butter
- 200g Dark Chocolate
- 3 Eggs
- 275g Caster Sugar
- 100g Plain Flour
- 50g Cocoa Powder
- 100g White Chocolate Chips
- 100g Milk Chocolate Chips
- 3 Bags of Mini Creme Eggs (Frozen) - these are an optional extra
- 100g White Chocolate
- Orange Food Colouring
- Creme Eggs (halved)
Preheat your oven to 180 degrees / 160 degrees fan
Line your square tin with parchment paper or a cake tin liner
Melt your butter and chocolates in the microwave on short bursts or in a bowl over a pan of boiling water, stirring regularly. Once melted, leave your mixture to cool to room temperature.
Crack your eggs into a separate bowl and whisk them together with your caster sugar until the colour has turned pale
Pour the cooled chocolate mix over the eggs mixture and fold together slowly and carefully.
Once your eggs mixture and chocolate mixture has fully combined, sift in your flour and cocoa powder and then fold these together, slowly and carefully.
Add in your chocolate chips and frozen creme eggs and fold again
Once this has all combined, pour the brownie mixture into your prepared tin and bake in the oven for 25-30 minutes.
Once baked, leave it to cool in the tin completely.
Melt your white chocolate until smooth, you can do this on short bursts in the microwave or in a bowl over a pan of boiling water, again stirring regularly.
Split your white chocolate into two bowls, and colour one half to an orange colour.
Drizzle your white chocolate, and then your orange coloured chocolate over your brownie, and place your halves of creme eggs on the brownie and leave to set. You can put as many creme egg halves as you like on this.
Once set, cut your brownies into as many pieces as you like and dig in to enjoy this Easter treat!
Watch the full tutorial via YouTube below: