Our double chocolate brownies recipe is so amazingly rich and gooey, you only need a small square to get your chocolate fix. Although, if you've gone to the effort of baking them, you deserve as many squares of chocolatey goodness as you like, I'd say!
It's worth using a really good quality dark cooking chocolate for this brownie recipe - we like Green & Blacks here at The Larder.
This will require a lined 20 x 27cm brownie tin
120g of plain flour
160g of unsalted butter
80g of cacao powder
290g of golden caster sugar
4 eggs beaten
1tsp of baking powder
200g of chopped dark chocolate (we use Green & Blacks dark cooking chocolate)
Pre-heat oven to 160*c/Gas mark 3
1. Melt the butter over a low heat
2. Whilst butter is melting chop the cooking chocolate into chunks
3. Once the butter is melted add the sugar and cacao powder until combined
4. Add the eggs and once combined add the flour and baking powder
5. When all of the ingredients are mixed then add the chopped chocolate and pour mixture into a lined brownie tin
6. Bake for 15 mins in the centre of the oven on 160*c/Gas mark 3
7. Once cooled this should provide you with 9 good sized pieces of brownie.