Easy Nutella Brownie Recipe
I'm not usually one to be baking sweet goods, but the current lock down in the UK has me trying out all sorts of crazy things. One of them things is baking. So far, I have baked numerous loaves of bread (who knew it was so easy to make bread!), flapjacks and my favourite recipe - easy, gooey Nutella brownies.
I have tried several recipes that I have found on Pinterest, but, with a little adaption, I have found that this is the best recipe for easy Nutella Brownies. I hope you agree! Let me know in the comments if you use this recipe and how you found it.
Also let me know if you would like to see more easy baking recipes on my blog, it's something that has been keeping me busy and as a person who is not a natural baker, you can guarantee my recipes will be easy and simple to follow :)
How to Make Easy Nutella Brownies
You will need:
Method - How To Make Nutella Brownies
This is probably a bit slap dash compared to many of the professional recipes you have read, but I am not a professional baker and nor do I claim to be. Think of this post as the lazy girl's method to baking the same, gorgeous brownies you would usually eat!
Melt your butter in your mug in the microwave for approximately 30 seconds.
Add all of your ingredients in a mixing bowl together except for the chocolate, nutella and cocoa powder. It really doesn't matter in which order.
Once you have a smooth mixture, you can now add your Nutella and mix really well. Add the cocoa powder mid way through mixing. Your mix should now be runny enough to run off the spoon but not liquid-like.
Take your chocolate of choice and if it's a bar, bash down into chunks of whatever size you like, but I'd say no bigger than half a square. Add to the mixture and gently fold until all the chocolate is completely covered in brownie mix.
Add your mix into your baking tray evenly - bake for 25-30 mins.
...and that's it! It really is as easy as that. If you are feeling fancy you could add nutella as a topping once your brownies are baked - that's if you can wait that long to eat them... :)
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