The £12 Chocolate Brownie Maker VS Homemade Chocolate Brownies

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Who doesn't love a chocolate ?! Well, perhaps a few people… but hey, can this machine that was just £12 make a chocolate brownie at all – does it work? And if it does, what do they taste like and does it compare to our homemade chocolate brownies? So many questions, but too little time to lose, watch the and find out!

Ingredients for our
90g plain flour (3/4 cup)
50g powder (1/2 cup)
200g unsalted butter (4/5 cup)
200g dark chocolate (2 cups)
100g chocolate (in chunks) (1 cup) or use 50/50 with white chocolate
3 eggs
280g caster sugar (1.3 cups)

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13 Comments for The £12 Chocolate Brownie Maker VS Homemade Chocolate Brownies

  1. speedwaynutt on November 4, 2021: (Reply)

    Rest In Peace Trusty Spatula you have served Barry well and were Youtube Famous featuring on a channel that has over 900k Subscribers. The Trusty Spatula has now gone to the big kitchen in the sky.

  2. Elizabeth Hanrahan on November 4, 2021: (Reply)

    You should have added the milk in the machine’s mix. That would have made them softer and more brownie like. The machines cook from both sides in an enclosed space rather than in a large space like the oven and so they cook differently. I have several of these machines that do different things and have found that they almost always take more liquid or less time unless you use the recipe books that come with the machines. Love seeing you try these machines out even though they don’t always work out as you would like. The machines are really good for people who don’t have the space for a full oven.

  3. Samantha Flispart on November 4, 2021: (Reply)

    Loved this video. That would be a dangerous machine to have in my house. But your recipe for brownies is my absolute favorite ever! And I actually made these a week ago!

    Only thing I do differently is use German Chocolate bars for the melted chocolate, and bittersweet chips instead of milk chocolate.

  4. Tristan Lane on November 4, 2021: (Reply)

    Loving the picture of Mrs B! Never knew she had such firepower, she looks like she could “terminate” some people for sure.

    With regards to the recent post about moving out to a studio again I have to say I love the family vibe from the house kitchen and random interruptions from children and dogs, but I totally get if you have difficulty filming there and don’t want to broadcasting your daughters and whatnot.

    I’m sure people will love to keep watching wherever you film.

  5. peter obermuller on November 4, 2021: (Reply)

    I sense a “will it Brownie” video with Ashens sometime in the future.. 😀

  6. DaiNoShoujoNoYami on November 4, 2021: (Reply)

    That Spatula was a friggin’ hero. Rest in peace Spatula, rest in peace.

  7. Binary on November 4, 2021: (Reply)

    Ohh! I’d be curious to see you try and make other things in this machine

  8. Laura Hubbard on November 4, 2021: (Reply)

    As both Duff Goldman and Zac Young (both famous pastry chefs) have said: There are those who like fudgy brownies, and there are those who are wrong.

  9. Frank on November 4, 2021: (Reply)

    You should let us know if you get in contact with that company and what their response is! I would be super excited to find out whether or not they actually are willing to work with you and change the recipe on the machine.

  10. therealslimschmity on November 5, 2021: (Reply)

    I don’t know if someone mentioned this but you should have a Barry’s VS playlist where you pit gadgets that make recipes easier against doing them the old fashioned way and determine which is better.

  11. Doolish Coles on November 5, 2021: (Reply)

    This needs a video where you’re making different things in it! Mini Spanish tortillas, mini lasagne, I’m sure you could do loads of little snack ideas in it.

  12. rogantu on November 6, 2021: (Reply)

    I suppose this is great for brownie cravings. You just adjust your favorite recipe to fit 4 small tins and get yourself 2 servings of brownies instead of a whole tray.

  13. gemgenie06 on November 10, 2021: (Reply)

    Barry if you need a new spatula i thoroughly recommend the colourworks spatulas – they are shaped so they work really well on multiple different shaped vessels including jars (and round the lid area where its hard to get to – also have a shape so you can rest them on the outside edge of a pan. Only thing is dont leave them in a pan thats on because the handle can melt, which is how i damaged my first one – but they are so good I bought a second new one a couple of years later!!

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