Chalet Secret’s – Best Brownie in Town

Stories21st May 2024

Chalet Secret’s – Best Brownie in Town

If you stayed in our chalets this year, no doubt you would have been rustled up a delicious chocolate brownie for afternoon tea..

Each one of our chefs putting their own spin on them, you can too!  Whether you want them drowning in choc chips, marshmallows, or nuts.. drizzled in white chocolate or even full dipped into melted chocolate afterwards you take your pick!

With easy ingredients and only basic cooking equipment needed why not give them a try?  This recipe will make roughly 9 portions depending on how generous you are feeling..

You Will Need

Baking Tray roughly 20 x 20cm
Scales
Saucepan
Glass Bowl
Stirring spoon/spatula

Ingredients

250g Dark Chocolate
240g Butter
240g Brown Demarara Sugar
80g Plain Flour
75g Plain Yogurt (or flavoured if your feeling fancy.. flavours like cherry work great to give it a fruity twist!)
1 Egg
1tsp Vanilla Essence
100g White Chocolate chunks ( or anything you want to mix in! Marshmallows, nuts, dried fruit)

 

Method

  1. Place your glass bowl over a pan of simmering water.  Place the chocolate and butter in here to melt, stirring regularly.
  2. Once removed from the heat, wait a few minutes to cool before whisking in your sugar.  Followed by the egg.
  3. Next stir in the yogurt, followed by the flour until you have a smooth well combined mixture.
  4. Finally add in anything you want as extras, this can be choc chunks, fudge pieces, nuts etc.
  5. Place into a lined baking tray, and then cook at 160 degrees.
  6. The cooking time will depend on how you like your brownies, we like ours firm on the outside and gooey on the inside, this takes around 25 minutes in the oven.
  7. Wait for them to cool, before drizzling in white chocolate or however you want to decorate them.
  8. The most important part… slice into portions when fully cooled and enjoy!

These brownies will keep well in an air tight container, or they freeze well to enjoy later at a future date.  We find however they don’t tend to stick around that long…

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