No Bake Chocolate Brownies – RECIPE

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Chocolate is a deliciously version of the classic baked treat, minus the ! Sugar, milk and butter are combined with chocolate, flour, nuts and crumbs. Chilled in the fridge until set, these amazing brownies are moist, fudgey and very addictive – give it a go!



2 Cups of White Sugar
1 Cup of Evaporated Milk (250ml)
125g of Butter
3/4 Cup of Plain Flour
1 Cup of Chocolate Chips
1 Cup of Chopped Walnuts
1 Cup of Plain Sweet Cookie Crumbs – such as Graham Crackers [US], Digestives [UK] or Granita [Australia]

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126 Comments for No Bake Chocolate Brownies – RECIPE

  1. OnePotChefShow on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    NEW VIDEO: No Bake Chocolate Brownies! Watch the full video on YouTube:

    • Petri Linnoaro on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      God need litre cup size coffee with these 😀

    • Everyday Fun on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      +OnePotChefShow It looks amazing! I am so going to try this one tonight!

    • LATIFF Wingfield on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      Ummm hmmmm

    • Budiarto Y.N on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      lol im not sure mine will be a brownies ,im using 2packs of milo instead of
      chocolate cz i cant find it at my home hahaha

  2. Hafsah Ba on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    I saw the title no bake ?

  3. AlterBridgeAndA7X on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    Love your no bake recipes ^.^

  4. Carolina Dubini on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    That looks really good

  5. erik sanchez on June 1, 2015: (Reply)


    • OnePotChefShow on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      +erik sanchez Hi There! 😀

  6. Kimberly Schatz on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    Looks good can’t wait to make them

  7. Shayne Adeline on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    Can i substitute the flour with something else?

    • OnePotChefShow on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      +Shayne Adeline You could use almond meal or hazelnut meal instead of flour
      if you like 😉

    • Coupe Deville on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      +OnePotChefShow yay# almond flour. Lovely. Thanks for sharing.

  8. Atchiii on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    I’ll try this tonight ! Thanks a lot !

  9. Bently Bently on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    I love all recipe you make

  10. Ashido Kanō on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    it looks alot like fudge does it taste like it too?

    • OnePotChefShow on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      +Ashido Kanō It’s a bit like fudge, but has a fudgey / brownie flavour 😉

    • bkwrm45 on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      +OnePotChefShow oo 0ho5bjo

  11. Anaïs Rahmâni on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    Je suis française et je regarde tout de même tes recettes, elles sont super
    simple et delicieuse, merci beaucoup. 

  12. Emma's Goodies on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    Looks so gooey and fudge like! Must be delicious!

    • NotSoProLoLGamer on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      Emmmmaa hahaha didn’t know you watched that channel to 🙂

  13. StarrySnow Sharmine on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    Do these melt easily? I live in a really humid place so…

    • SavageLight on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      +StarrySnow Sharmine every food will melt in a humid place.. so might wanna
      let them stay in a fridge 🙂

    • OnePotChefShow on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      +StarrySnow Sharmine Keep them chilled in the fridge until you are ready to
      serve. They should stay firm for a little while once out of the fridge 😉

    • StarrySnow Sharmine on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      +SavageLight +OnePotChefShow thanks for the reply! 🙂

  14. Lyndsey Reed on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    Every time he takes a bite of something, you know he’s thinking, “damn, I’m
    good.” :)

    • OnePotChefShow on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      +Lyndsey Reed LOL I think the same thing when I’m at the supermarket and a
      checkout opens as soon as I’m about to queue up 😉

  15. One Kitchen - A Thousand Ideas on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    I love that it is no bake! They look perfect :-D

  16. Katie Garcia on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    I can’t wait to try this!!! Anything not to have to heat up my kitchen in
    the summer time! This is funny my daughter just made Brownies last night!
    Lol! Love the videos and you! Keep them coming!!! Xo

  17. Sophia E on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    Your such a big tease always taking a bite and sharing!!! 

  18. Pranjal Kale on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    Oh my goodness that is delicious. You going to make me fat ; p

  19. phil30k on June 1, 2015: (Reply)


  20. in the Kitchen With Jonny on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    They look so yummy and fudgy

  21. Ruggero Serra on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    You really are the best, you’re very funny and thanks to you i cook better
    now.. btw i’m a huge fan of yours:)

  22. No EL on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    Absolutely love your channel, your recipes and your bubbly personality 🙂 +OnePotChef

  23. Warr anty on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    Love you man your show is really funny 😀 

  24. MonikaYouAndMe on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    oh god i need to make this! looks too good to not make ahhaa 

  25. HolyWhisp on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    Sorry to be THAT guy David, but was it the advantage of the evaporated milk
    over thin whipping cream?.

    • OnePotChefShow on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      +HolyWhisp Basically the Evaporated Milk has a lower water content, which
      makes the milky syrup mixture better 😉

  26. Ania's Kitchen on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    Looks amazing and so simple, I am going to go to my kitchen just about now
    🙂 After adding flour did you heat it up again or it doesn’t need it
    anymore? Thank you!

    • OnePotChefShow on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      +Ania’s Kitchen Doesn’t need to be heated again. The heat from the super
      heated sugar/milk mixture is more than enough to melt the chocolate and
      start the “baking” (so to speak) 😉

    • Ania's Kitchen on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      Great, thank you 🙂

  27. seksidiva20 on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    I am so hungry now!! 

  28. Thehiddengamer4 on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    Is it possible to use some chocolate chips instead of the nuts ? Or will
    the mixture stiffen to much if you let it cool as to not let the chocolate
    chips melt.

    • MikeTheBarber63 on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      +Thehiddengamer4 I am hoping a few extra chocolate chips can be added like
      dark chocolate right near the end of mixing, at least, that is my plan!

    • OnePotChefShow on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      +Thehiddengamer4 The mixture is very hot and starts to set as it cools. You
      could put some chocolate chips on top before putting the brownies in the
      fridge, but mixing them in will probably result in the chocolate chips
      melting 😉

  29. Rina Angel on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    No bake that means no eggs!!! Yeeeees!!!! Thank you so much!!!!!! 

    • joann descallar on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      +Rina Angel means no

    • seygra20 on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      +Rina Angel you could always use egg replacer in cakes, cookies and quick
      bread recipes that call for eggs.

    • joann descallar on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      applesauce also replaces eggs…in baking

  30. BlackCat2 on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    That looks great! I love fudge and brownies so I am going to have to try
    this. I would leave the nuts out though. I am nutty enough all by myself.
    😀 I did have a thought though that maybe I would change up the nuts and
    use my favorites like Macadamia nuts, cashews, or pistachios instead.

    – Heidi

  31. adriano luis rodrigues on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    david, you only do fat food!!!but i love it (i do not skinny cook)kkk

  32. Frances Phillips on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    Love this & love how you supply alternative ingredients for the UK 🙂 

  33. serious buyer on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    OMG,I just made the chocolate fudge. Now I have to make this because iT
    looks even better.
    Why are you doing this to me????

    • OnePotChefShow on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      +serious buyer It’s my job lol 😛

  34. Mmgpeshka on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    Thank you!!! I’m preparing your recipe right now))) yammy so gorgeous smell

  35. platez81 on June 1, 2015: (Reply)


  36. caz mal on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    U could use condensed milk instead of ev milk and sugar? Saves time. 

    • neatkitten on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      Same question !

    • OnePotChefShow on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      +caz mal You could, but you would still need to heat it up, AND you would
      need to measure out exactly the correct amount of condensed milk so that
      you would have the correct amount of reduced mixture after boiling. In the
      end, you aren’t saving much time by using condensed milk 😉

  37. Christopher Blaine on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    That looks like fudge tho :-/

  38. poline on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    No. Bake. Awesome!!

  39. ObedienceOrSacrifice on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    Hmm sounds interesting, I think I’ll try it TFS!

  40. Ian Scarbrough on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    What would your thoughts be regarding Oreo cookies instead?

    Separate the filling from the chocolate graham, use the ground cookie like
    you stated and then melt the filling and drizzle on top (after cooling of
    course). Not sure if it would work but just a thought.

    • OnePotChefShow on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      +Ian Scarbrough Sounds interesting – give it a go and tell us all how it
      turns out 😉

    • Ian Scarbrough on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      +OnePotChefShow Well, it is in the fridge now cooling. Couldn’t wait
      though, burnt my tounge. I must say that it was well worth it 🙂 Tastes
      almost exactly like homemade baked brownies.

    • Ian Scarbrough on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      +Ian Scarbrough Alright, so I was wrong. It tastes like fudgy brownies,
      and it is awesome especially with some melted Oreo filling drizzled on it.
      That said, I used semi-sweet chocolate instead of Milk Chocolate.

    • OnePotChefShow on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      Sounds like a great combination. I might give that a go next time I make it

    • Ian Scarbrough on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      +OnePotChefShow Hope you like it, I however must report that am getting sad
      watching all these videos…. I keep making the food but it keeps
      disappearing from my fridge. Perhaps it has something to do with the
      expansion around my midsection since I found this channel 🙂

  41. Lola Plays on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    My favourite part is when he tastes the food …he looks so cute! 

  42. SuperImJustMe123 on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    LOL recipe says “no bake” and within the first 10 seconds he’s using the
    stove top. I knew it was too good to be true

    • Saris on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      +SuperImJustMe123 No bake usually means you don’t have to put it in the
      oven I think. Or I have noticed that is how at least youtubers use the term

    • Timothy_Terror on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      +SuperImJustMe123 but it never went into the oven, therefore it didn’t bake

    • mts2457 on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      +SuperImJustMe123 I know, I always assume it means its going to be that
      nothing needs to be heated, or maybe only microwave

    • OnePotChefShow on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      +SuperImJustMe123 “No Bake” usually means “No Oven” – I wish I could come
      up with a “No Heat” version, it would be great for Summer 😉

  43. charmazingable on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    David, I just think you’re the bomb! Thanks for all you do for all of us!
    -Lots of love from Canada xo (Charmaine)

  44. genekineret on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    I’m saying hello from Mexico I love all your recipes. you’re an amazing
    chef thanks for everything

  45. Steven Rowe on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    How marvellous, I really don’t like turning the oven on in this hot weather
    as it makes one feel quite stinky. Looking forward to making these.

  46. Claire Sharbino on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    This looks pretty tasty! One question though, they don’t have a raw flour
    taste? Thanks!

    • OnePotChefShow on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

      +Claire Sharbino No, as the flour gets “cooked” by the super heated sugar /
      milk mixture. They taste like brownie-flavoured fudge 😉

  47. HeyLookItsAmy on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    These look spectacular, and you can’t really go wrong. There’s no baking so
    you can’t accidentally overcook and make them dry.. These look perfectly
    moist and dense, just amazing

  48. Uluahewa on June 1, 2015: (Reply)

    Where I come from we call this refrigerator fudge. :D

  49. mickeymouse200430 on June 1, 2015: (Reply)


  50. Vincenzos Plate on June 2, 2015: (Reply)

    I can’t believe you can make a no bake version
    Looks amazing 

  51. pokemongurl93 on June 2, 2015: (Reply)

    I love your channel!!! You’re videos are so pleasant to watch, and
    everything looks delicious :D

  52. Moni Poni on June 2, 2015: (Reply)

    Could it go without flour?

    • OnePotChefShow on June 2, 2015: (Reply)

      +Moni Poni You could use almond meal or hazelnut meal instead of flour if
      you like 😉

    • Moni Poni on June 2, 2015: (Reply)

      +OnePotChefShow Great! Thanks so much! Wonderful cake, as always from you! ☺

  53. Seriousda on June 2, 2015: (Reply)

    Made exactly like fudge only with flour. Interesting

  54. Ezra Wibowo on June 2, 2015: (Reply)

    say, if i can’t find evaporated milk, or a whipping cream, is there any
    other alternative i could use?

  55. AlexKateTV on June 2, 2015: (Reply)

    You always know exactly what I need <3

  56. michelle from down under in bundy on June 2, 2015: (Reply)

    they look great would love some right now.thank you David for sharing

  57. jojo scogs (jojoscogsable) on June 2, 2015: (Reply)

    Love that giggle..xx

  58. TabiEats on June 2, 2015: (Reply)

    Love this so much especially because it’s no bake!

  59. GoliathAngelus on June 2, 2015: (Reply)

    Hmm,heavy a Fudgeney

  60. seygra20 on June 2, 2015: (Reply)

    This looks like a huge piece of fudge

  61. cmortiz1956 on June 2, 2015: (Reply)

    Your awesome. I should take you home lol

  62. TheXianne on June 2, 2015: (Reply)

    you’re so good at making no effort baking !

  63. Maria Odontiadis on June 2, 2015: (Reply)

    So happy you are well again, excuse me while I drool…….

  64. Myra Sue Slater on June 2, 2015: (Reply)

    I will try this recipe thank you:)))

  65. Karen Tiamzon on June 2, 2015: (Reply)

    Can you put cocoa powder instead of flour??

  66. juan antonio on June 2, 2015: (Reply)

    +OnePotChefShow how long does it need to be in the fridge? Thanks man :)

    • OnePotChefShow on June 2, 2015: (Reply)

      Put it in the fridge for about an hour, or until it’s set 😉

  67. Claudia Stark on June 2, 2015: (Reply)

    I just saw two of your videos and i love yous style! I m definetely going
    to try your recipes! Blessings from mty México! 

  68. zolotoe12 on June 2, 2015: (Reply)

    Can’t wait to make them. Next time share with the rest of us that are

  69. zeebeezneez on June 3, 2015: (Reply)

    David These Look scrummy. I have to make them!!!! Do they need to be kept
    in the fridge? I want to take them to a party- should I cut them at home or
    travel with the entire cake? Just wondering how smushy they might get in
    the heat… (It’s summer here) 

    • OnePotChefShow on June 3, 2015: (Reply)

      +zeebeezneez Once chilled, chop them into portions and store in an airtight
      container. Keep chilled until you are ready to serve. If you are taking
      them to a party, I recommend keeping them in a cooler bag while travelling

  70. Zakiah Razali on June 3, 2015: (Reply)

    Chef ,can i use the full cream of milk ?

  71. Budiarto Y.N on June 3, 2015: (Reply)

    can i use fresh milk instead of evaporated or condensed milk? its really
    hard here to find evaporated ,and condensed its a little bit hard cz its
    sweet already so its mean i have to use less sugar..

  72. Nicole Juniper on June 3, 2015: (Reply)

    I made this today but the butter separated on top, it’s also happened when
    I made your other brownie recipe, and a lot of the time when I make fudge,
    could anybody tell me what I’m doing wrong?

  73. Claudia Weidman on June 3, 2015: (Reply)

    These look great! Will be trying 

  74. Cynthia Selempo on June 3, 2015: (Reply)

    Mmm…. Not sure about this…..did the flour cook completely??? I really
    don’t want to eat dough coz of indigestion.

    • OnePotChefShow on June 3, 2015: (Reply)

      +Cynthia Selempo The flour is being added to a super heated sugar mixture,
      so believe me it gets cooked 😉

    • Cynthia Selempo on June 3, 2015: (Reply)

      Ok I will try and make it.

  75. Carol Napolitano on June 3, 2015: (Reply)

    Dave is this something like a fudge? How cool to make when too hot to turn
    the ole oven on,

    • OnePotChefShow on June 3, 2015: (Reply)

      +Carol Napolitano Think of it as brownie-flavoured fudge 😉

  76. Lu ODell on June 3, 2015: (Reply)

    I sure could have used this recipe for our church fund raiser a few weeks
    ago! I will use it for the next one.

  77. Judi Fotherby on June 3, 2015: (Reply)

    M’m … got to try this … yummy :)

  78. Grell Sutcliff on June 3, 2015: (Reply)

    I was gonna make this but momma aint got not chocolate chips in the cabinet
    …this is torture XP

    • OnePotChefShow on June 3, 2015: (Reply)

      +Grell Sutcliff If you have some normal chocolate, you can just chop it up
      and use that 😉

    • Grell Sutcliff on June 3, 2015: (Reply)

      +OnePotChefShow I dont 🙁 but i will definitely make it in the near future!

  79. helia itzmelela on June 3, 2015: (Reply)

    thank you.. looks good and easy

  80. Paramitha Puteri on June 4, 2015: (Reply)

    My father saw your video and made this for us today, everything was fine
    until I realized he added rum raisins instead of nuts…. Well, still
    delicious anyway 🙂 Thank you for sharing the recipe

  81. Bart Ettinger on June 4, 2015: (Reply)

    *No Bake Chocolate Brownies – RECIPE*

  82. Allotar on June 4, 2015: (Reply)

    I’m not gonna lie.. I’m drooling all over the place!!!!

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