Hey all, I just made some brownies using Creme Eggs, and they're bloody tasty. So I thought I'd share it with you. Creme Eggs only come once a year so bake it while they're around.
6 Creme Eggs,
450g of plain chocolate,
45g of sugar,
140g of plain flour,
125g of butter,
4 medium/large eggs,
1/2 a teaspoon of salt,
3/4 of a teaspoon of baking powder,
Set the oven up at 170 degrees Celsius and grease a pan with butter for your mix later.
Mix flour, salt and baking powder in a bowl.
Melt butter, the creme eggs and chocolate together. Best way to do it is using a double boiler.
Whisk in the sugar. Hopefully you should have a silky mix, but don't worry if you don't, it'll smooth out later.
Leave the chocolate mix to cool slightly, then mix in the actual eggs one by one. This is to make sure the eggs don't cook in the mix.
After this, fold in the flour/salt/baking powder mix in thirds.
You're ready to pour your mix into the tray, pour it into the centre of the tray and make sure it's level from corner to corner. If it isn't just drop the tray from a small height to even it out. Then put it in the oven for roughly half an hour.
Leave the brownies to cool on a cooling rack for about an hour, this gives it time to firm up. Then cut up and enjoy like a boss.
(Original post by Jobud)
Here, I baked these ones a couple of weeks ago when I first baked them . I can't take a picture of the ones I just made, but it's the same recipe and look pretty much the same.