Monday, 11 October 2021

S'mores Brownie

After my not-so-pleasing attempt at this marshmallow brownie, today I try again.

This recipe is more or less the same recipe as the previous.  Only that this time around, I mixed all the wet ingredients together and then the dry.

Now I am pretty pleased with the result.

What you need:

150g chocolate (75%)
80g unsalted butter
22g oil
150g castor sugar
2 eggs (A)
1 tsp vanilla
80g cake flour
25g cocoa powder
Pinch of salt

milk chocolate chip
biscoff, break them to smaller pieces
marshmallow, cut into half


Preheat oven to 160℃.  Lined a 7” square pan.

In a pot, on low heat, melt chocolate, butter, and oil until chocolate is completely melted.

Whisk in castor sugar until sugar is slightly dissolved and the mixture is slightly warm.

Whisk in eggs, salt and vanilla until the texture is glossy and thick. (Important step if you want a shiny crust but for this recipe, you don't have to)

Sift in the cake flour, cocoa powder and fold until flour mixture is incorporated.

Bake for 20 mins.

Arrange the marshmallow, stick in the cookies, sprinkle the smaller pieces of cookies around, and scatter the chocolate chips.  Bake top heat for 5 mins or until marshmallow is golden.

Remove and cool in pan slightly before transferring to cooling rack.


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