Triple Chocolate Brownies and raspberry cream
Everybody loves a chocolate brownie and to make these super indulgent I’m adding some white and milk chocolate chunks to the basic brownie mix.
Now in here I’m just slowly melting some dark chocolate with some butter until it’s nice and smooth and silky. And in this bowl I’m going to whisk some eggs with some granulated sugar and for the classic brownie taste, plenty of vanilla extract. And then I’m just going to whisk until it’s light and creamy. So the eggs are done and now straight in with the chocolate. Just stir around until it’s combined. And then in with some flour, just a little salt, and then folding the flour until it’s mixed in.
Now for the really indulgent special bit, chocolate. Chunks of milk and white chocolate and then just fold it through. Now the beauty of having them when they’re nice and chunky is that they should hold their shape when the brownie is cooking so when you cut into you should get these lovely flecks of white and milk chocolate running throughout. Now straight into your tin, which has just been lined with some grease proof paper and I’ll just leave a bit in the bowl for the kids to lick out. Surely that’s the best bit about baking.
And then cook for twenty to twenty five minutes. You want to leave in the tin, just to cool for about twenty minutes, and then you can just easily remove straight out of that tin and it’s ready to serve. Now of course you can have this just in pieces and enjoy any time of the day. But something a little bit more special, if you’re going to do it for a dinner party, it’s worth just cutting it up and maybe into a different shape. So using something like a pastry cutter, take a piece of the brownie, which is still warm, and then just carefully slide onto a plate. Now if you’re serving this as a dinner party dessert it’s worth trying to go for a slightly larger plate than normal because it certainly looks more extravagant and elegant.
And I’m going to do something else to serve with this as well. So I’ve got some whipped cream and a splash of just some raspberry puree and some orange liquor, after all it’s for dinner parties. And then just stir together until the cream thickens to a nice soft spoonable consistency. Then take your brownie and do a lovely soft dollop next to the brownie on the plate. And for one finishing touch, just a little dusting of cocoa powder or icing sugar and your super indulgent chocolate brownie will be hard to resist.