Similar to a brownie, blondies have the same texture but substitute cocoa powder for vanilla and usually use a brown sugar. I like to use a golden caster sugar as I find it gives the best results.
These brownies are delicious, rich and packed with chocolate. They are really easy to make and only require a saucepan to mix and one tray to bake. I tend to use the same recipe for all of my brownies now as I love them so much. They always come out right and are very forgiving.
These are my usual brownies with a Terry’s Chocolate Orange twist! They are packed with chocolate and so delicious.
I know Millionaire Shortbreads seem like quite a daunting recipe to try as there are multiple stages but you shouldn’t worry. Each layer on it’s own is very simple and you don’t need any fancy equipment. This is a brilliant bake to take to a friends house for dinner, gift in a hamper or sell in a festive bake sale. Wherever you take it I am sure the recipients will love it!
Rich, decadent and delicious, these brownies are the perfect dessert for any celebration! Super fudgey chocolate brownies with a salty peanut butter swirl. One pan, 9 ingredients and only 10 minutes preparation time.
I had some left over shortbread biscuits from my Chocolate Dipped Shortbreads that I made so I decided to use them up in a festive twist on the traditional tiffin or some of you may know it as Rocky Road.
What’s your favourite brownie combination?!
Brownies always go down well regardless of the crowd you are feeding. They travel well and are the perfect gift to bring if you are visiting family and friends over the festive period. Who is going to be disappointed at the sight of a batch of freshly baked brownies? They don’t take long to make and the method is very simple but the end result is decadent and delicious.
Millionaire shortbread’s used to be one of my favourite treats. I would always get them from our local bakery. The buttery biscuit base with the soft caramel and crisp chocolate is so good!