Easter Creme Egg Brownies

 I am a lover for spring; more specifically; Easter. It it always just tied up with such great memories and beautiful weather and also sees the arrival of the best foods; Marzipan and Chocolate. Easter's chocolate has to be, in my opinion, the best going. Creme eggs, mini eggs, Malteaser bunny thangs, general easter eggs-its all delish and these gorgeous brownies combine probably the two best and guiltiest treats in one slice of absolute heaven (Quite a claim eh? Just wait until you try them). They are also the e.a.s.i.e.s.t brownies ever and everyone seems to love them (with or without the creme eggs)



 You will need:
200g plain chocolate
35g cocoa
a pinch of salt
150g soft brown sugar
5 creme eggs, cut in half (or more or less if you want)

Preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius
1. Place the butter and chocolate in a bowl over a pan of simmering water and slowly melt them. Add the cocoa into this and mix them together.




2. Whisk the eggs and sugar in a separate bowl (using an electric whisk, freestanding mixer or whisk-
what ever suits you) until they reach 'ribbon' stage (basically until you lift the mixture and it forms ribbon shapes).


3. Fold the cocoa mixture into the egg and sugar using a metal spoon. Then pop this into a 20cm lined tin (I line mine with grease-proof paper). Put this into the oven for 20 minutes.
After 20 minutes, take it out and gently place each half onto the brownies, evenly spaced out. Then pop this back into the oven for an additional 10 minutes et viola!



Probably the easiest and most delicious brownies you will ever try (but probably also the most sickly!!)-let me know if you give them a go!

Katie x

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5 comments

  1. wow these look sooo good!
    I would rather these than an easter egg any day.
    Great post!
    Leanne xx
    nailsandteapots

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    1. They're soo good-Id eat them all year! Thanks lovely x

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  2. OH MY GOSH............I have no words....wow...why have I never thought of this!
    Aleeha xXx
    http://www.halesaaw.com/

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  3. They look sooooooo good... drooling x
    Love Vicki | victoriajanex.co.uk

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