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 Chocolate Brownie Biscuit Recipe


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The most chocolatey brownie biscuits ever, so very tasty and will have everyone coming back for more.

KEY POINTS

 Preparation:  Cooking Time:

10 to

 How Difficult Easy  Freeze? No
 Servings

20 servings


INGREDIENTS

 Ingredients

How Much

 Free-range eggs 200g / 7oz
 Castor sugar 130g / 4żoz
 Butter 20g / żoz
 Plain chocolate 200g / 7oz
 Plain flour, sifted 30g / 1oz
 Baking powder ╝ teaspoon
 Salt pinch
 Macadamia nuts 50g / 2oz
 White chocolate chips 50g / 2oz

WHAT SPECIAL KITCHEN EQUIPMENT?

Greased and lined baking tray

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PREPARATION
Preheat the oven to 180C/350F/Gas mark 4
I've also found that using room temperature eggs provides a slightly better result.


In a bowl, mix the eggs and sugar together for 8 minutes.  I've found that mixing for any less than the 8 minutes results in a runnier mixture which makes much thinner biscuits.

The mixture should be much lighter in colour, thick and well combined.  Set aside for a few minutes.


Bring a little water to the boil and allow to just simmer.  Put a small heatproof bowl on the top of the pan and add the butter and plain chocolate which has been broken into pieces. Do not allow the bowl to touch the water, stir until melted and set aside to cool for about 4-5 minutes.


When the chocolate mixture has cooled slightly, stir in the egg and sugar mixture and combine well.

Carefully fold in the flour, baking powder and salt until it is well combined.

Add the nuts and white chocolate chips in the mixture and mix well together.


Spoon out dollops of mixture onto the lined baking sheet leaving a good space between each biscuit as they will expand slightly on cooking.

Put in the oven for 10 minutes or until the biscuits have risen but still have a soft centre and the top of them have cracked slightly.

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When cooked, immediately put onto a wire tray to cool and harden before serving.

I experimented using cake cases in a bun tin and this seemed to work almost as well.  My children decided though that they preferred the biscuits as they were more chewier.


I have made so many batches of these biscuits as my family are totally hooked on them, they have the most chocolatey taste ever, so make some and enjoy!

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