This first recipe, is one I have shared before, though it’s possibly my favourite, both to make, and to eat!
(Sorry but you’ll have to convert any measurements yourselves – because I’m too lazy to look them up!)
Kay’s Triple Choc Brownies!
185g Plain Chocolate
85g Plain Flour
275g Caster Sugar
100g Chocolate Chips (I use 50/50 white and milk chocolate)
Preheat oven to 160°c/325°f/gas mark 3
Melt the Butter and Plain Chocolate in a bowl (you can do this over a pan of hot water, or in a microwave).
Line a baking tin with baking paper.
In another bowl mix the Eggs and Caster Sugar until creamy.
When the chocolate mixture has cooled, add to the egg and sugar and fold together, sift in the Flour.
When this is well mixed, the texture should be quite stiff and “fudgy”, fold in the chocolate chips.
Pour mixture into the tin, and cook in the middle of the oven for 35 minutes.
Allow brownies to cool in the tin.
Cut, eat, enjoy.
These keep for a week or so in a sealed container, though they rarely last that long!