Today, Sarah from Licorice and Olives is on the blog! She's is a newlywed with a knack for baking and today she's sharing a delicious brownie recipe! Don't you love Sarah's blog name, btw? I remember when this blog was called Olive Weddings! Looks like we both have a thing for green! Oh and also, Sarah just got a How Joyful makeover... Isn't her new logo adorable? I'm loving it! Welcome, Sarah!
Hi, Im Sarah from Licorice and Olives and I am so excited to be blogging at Sincerely Sara!
Yes, thats right, world famous! My friends live in London and they love them, so im going with world famous... and yep, that would be my recipe that I am shamelessly self-promoting.
These are oh so chocolatey and so much gooey goodness. I cant hardly contain myself. Now, I have been keeping this recipe relatively under wraps, until now. I am straight up quite sick of making them. Im bored of this recipe and I want to branch out and make new exciting recipes, like those in my new ZUMBO cookbook*.
Check out that goodness....
So, how to make these bad boys?
- 2 eggs (they are better if they have smiley faces on them)
- 1 cup plain flour
- 1/2 cup caster sugar
- 125g butter
- 200g dark chocolate (I recommend Old Gold for those readers in Australia)
- 150g milk chocolate (Dairy Milk)
- 100g white chocolate (Dream)
(Promise I don't get paid by Cadbury, although with the amount of chocolate I use in these brownies, maybe I should be?)
1. Melt together the butter and dark chocolate over a double boiler.
2. Mix together the sugar and flour
3. Roughly chop the white and milk chocolate (to about the size of half a square).
4. Mix the dark chocolate mixture with the flour mixture with a spoon, then add in the eggs and make sure you mix it all in well so you dont get a mouthful of flour in a brownie.
5. Add in the delicately chopped chocolate, mix around then pour into a baking dish (20x15cm approx)
6. Bake for about 20 minutes at 160C (320F?)
7. Enjoy, quickly, because they won't last long....
Do you have any favorite brownie recipes?
What are your go-to ingredients?
*All photographs by Sarah Loomes from Licorice and Olives.