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Hello folks!

Welcome back to What's For Tea 🙂 and today I made a wonderful pan of chocolate brownies 🙂 This is the first time I've actually made brownies…obviously I've eaten them before 🙂 These were absolutely wonderful! So rich and decadent.

Julie Simpson daughter Jennifer on the 30th

Everything I used will be mentioned below incase you want to make these for yourself. Thanks for stopping ,

-Cheryl x


190g (6.7 oz) Unsalted
190g (6.7 oz) Good quality
90g (3.1 oz) Plain/all purpose flour
40g (1.4 oz) Good quality cocoa powder
50g (1.7 oz) Good quality chocolate
50g (1.7 oz) Good quality milk chocolate
3 Large free range
280g (9.8 oz) Sugar – I used golden caster sugar

***Set your to 180c or 160c (fan) or Gas mark 4***



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13 Comments for The Best Classic Brownies | Easy recipe :)

  1. Kari Ward on July 22, 2020: (Reply)

    Much love from Canada, 5:30am here

  2. H HRFC on July 22, 2020: (Reply)

    I could murder some black pudding. Can’t get good quality here in NZ.

  3. steemdup on July 22, 2020: (Reply)

    I never knew I could use Lindt bars in my baking! All this time I’ve been missing out – thanks, Cheryl. Delicious recipe 🙂

  4. Drema Whitman on July 22, 2020: (Reply)

    Everyone needs alot of brownie recipes. Yours look delicious.

  5. William William on July 22, 2020: (Reply)

    Oh my god a wonderful video. They totally would get eaten in my household as soon as it comes out the oven

  6. Third Envoqation on July 22, 2020: (Reply)

    To add flavour or richness, try adding a mild/strong espresso powder, Kosher/Sea Salt or vanilla extract depending on what you’re looking for with coffee/salt reacting with the chocolate and vanilla adding sweetness. Another trick to improve the taste is to use Black/Dutch Cocoa Powder but it’s rather tricky to find in the UK as most stores don’t sell it so you have to get it online but well worth it if you do any kind of baking. Experimenting with different sugars can give different flavours, so 50/50 split brown or Muscavado to white will give a caramel taste.

    Final tip, if you need to make them gluten free use almond flour instead. As for myself I tend to add nuts to the mix for texture, usually walnut or roasted hazelnuts along with the traditional apricot glaze topping.

  7. utoobcandy on July 22, 2020: (Reply)

    Those brownies looked thiccc! I love a mix between a fudge and cake brownie.

  8. brian timm on July 22, 2020: (Reply)

    This channel should be named, “Cooking for my husband, Mr Doubtfire” .

  9. Gary Boyd on July 22, 2020: (Reply)

    Hahahaha you guys ate the whole thing. That’s hilarious but a good testament to how good it was. Nice of you to do this for Julie.

  10. TheRenaissanceman65 on July 22, 2020: (Reply)

    Scoffing the lot before the camera operator could get at them sounds realistic.

  11. Elizabeth Kirschner on July 22, 2020: (Reply)

    Oh my gosh Cheryl – those look insanely delicious!

  12. JayT LaMunch on July 22, 2020: (Reply)

    They look absolutely delicious, they wouldn’t last 2mins in my house, Cheryl, 🙂

  13. PinkTigger33 on July 22, 2020: (Reply)

    Brownies are my husband’s favorite dessert. I am going to have to make these. This was a Sweet video and such a nice birthday shout out!

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