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Nutella Brownies - Easy Easter Baking with Kids
Posted by Gill Bland Monday, 30th March 2015
This month I’m bringing you possibly the easiest recipe known to man, or more importantly, to woman / man and child. This is school holiday baking at its most accessible. There’s no melting chocolate and no creaming of butter and sugar. All you need is a spatula and a willingness to get covered in chocolate spread. Ok, it’s not ground breaking - the recipe has been all over the internet for a good while now - but I hadn’t tried it until this weekend. I can now vouch for the fact that with only three ingredients you can have great brownies at your fingertips.
I made my brownies in bun cases, as I think it’s fun to dollop the mixture in and easier for the parents out there to ration the amounts eaten by the small-ones (or themselves). It made 16, which also happened to be the perfect amount for divvying out a packet of mini eggs to decorate the top.
- 1 x 400g Jar of Nutella (or generic chocolate spread)
- 2 Eggs
- 60g Self Raising Flour
- 1 Pack Mini Eggs (optional)
Preheat oven to 180c
Dollop all the ingredients into a bowl and whisk until smooth. You could add chocolate chips, coconut or other flavourings if you like.
Put a dessert spoonful of mixture into each bun case (or smooth into a greased and lined brownie pan) and top with a couple of mini eggs.
I also tried some more grown-up toppings - either a sprinkle of mixed citrus peel or a grind of salt. Both worked well.
Bake for 25 mins. They will rise and then sink a bit once you’ve taken them out. That’s good, as it means they stay nice and fudgey inside.