How delicious do these brownies look… they look incredible, are the perfect texture, and smell insane fresh out of the oven. If I am making brownies these are my firm first choice. This recipe is from Emily Solman’s Instagram (@_emilysworld), she also shares lots more yummy recipes – some of my favs are the biscoff cheesecake and chocolate chip cookies.
With this recipe I usually make 9 brownies. So plenty to go around!
A Baking Tin ( I use a size similar to this)
A Mixing Bowl (medium to large size)
A Small Glass Bowl
A Mixing Spoon
140g Plain Flour
20g Cocoa Powder
200g Caster Sugar
80ml Vegetable Oil
100g Melted Chocolate ( I use dark chocolate but milk would also work)
240ml Milk (I use almond milk but any type of milk would be fine to use)
1 tsp Vanilla Extract (optional)
1 Pack of Oreos
STEP ONE – Pre heat your oven to 180 degrees and line your baking tin.
STEP TWO – Add all of the dry ingredients to your main mixing bowl (includes the flour, cocoa powder and sugar) and mix together.
STEP THREE – Melt your chocolate. I usually opt for the microwave method for this but you can also melt your chocolate on the hob, in a small glass bowl, over some hot water.
STEP FOUR – Add all of your wet ingredients to the main mixing bowl and mix everything together. I start by adding the melted chocolate, followed by the oil, and then the milk and vanilla extract.
STEP FIVE – Transfer the batter into the (already lined) baking tin from the main mixing bowl and ensure the batter is spread evenly.
STEP SIX – Time to add the Oreos on top!!! As you can see from the image below I try to put one Oreo per piece of brownie (so I use 9 Oreos). But you can add them however you like, you can break them up if you wanted.
STEP SEVERN – Place the baking tin into the oven and bake for roughly 30 minutes. Do check with a knife (it should come out clean) and make sure the batter is cooked through, you may need to keep it in the oven for a little longer.
STEP EIGHT – Remove from the oven, leave to cool and enjoy!!
*Top tip* Leave your brownies to cool in the tin for roughly 10 minutes before removing and slicing 🙂
Let me know in the comments or via Instagram if you give these a go, I would love to see your creations and I’m sure Emily would too!
What other recipes would you like to see on my blog? Let me know in the comments below 🙂
Love, Mais x