At Home | John Whaite’s Millionaire’s Brownies | Waitrose

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TV chef, author, cookery school teacher and The Great British Bake Off winner, John Whaite is back from his home kitchen, baking indulgent Millionaire Brownies.

Combining two classic tray bakes – chocolate brownies and millionaire's shortbread – these have a squidgy chocolate brownie base topped with a rich, smooth caramel layer, finished off with a final layer of chocolate and a sprinkling of pecans, cranberries and flaky sea salt to help balance the sweetness.

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For the brownies:
200g Belgian 54% chocolate
200g unsalted butter, cubed
265g caster
130g plain flour
20g cocoa
½ tsp fine salt
3 British Blacktail Large Range Eggs

For the caramel layer:
397g can milk
150g light brown muscovado sugar
100g unsalted butter
40g golden syrup
1 vanilla pod, seeds
½ tsp fine salt

For the chocolate layer:
200g Belgian 54% dark chocolate
20g sunflower oil
30g pecans, chopped
25g dried cranberries
Sprinkling of sea salt flakes

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6 Comments for At Home | John Whaite’s Millionaire’s Brownies | Waitrose

  1. Jasmine Riccardi on March 21, 2021: (Reply)

    Supreme <3 <3 <3

  2. Meredith Amey on March 21, 2021: (Reply)

    These look absolutely amazing! My only drawback is that I can’t have gluten. What would be a good alternate flour for this recipe?

  3. Sassy Shirl on March 22, 2021: (Reply)

    Wow thats taken the brownie to the next level. What a fantastic character…..

  4. Ken Nielsen on March 25, 2021: (Reply)

    Looks good. I make it the same way, but instead of caramel, I make marzipan (best to just buy a tube of Marzipan to save time). Love the the regular version of millionaires shortbread. Time for a bake off.

  5. Ronnie Alex on March 27, 2021: (Reply)

    Sooooo complicated

  6. Neil Hunter on March 27, 2021: (Reply)

    I’d be your perfect partner John

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