Snickers Bar Brownies

My computer has returned! I am very happy about this, and over the next week will hopefully catch up on blogging some of the things I’ve baked recently.

First off, Snickers Bar Brownies. Partly because I only have one photo so it’ll be quick, and partly because they’re really, really delicious.

I used a recipe from the brilliant Poires Au Chocolat who has an amazing blog full of delicious looking treats – meaning that when she describes a recipe as “the best brownies I’ve ever made” you know they’re going to be good.

I took half the batch to a girls night and the other half to a barbecue, and both went down really well with a couple people asking for the recipe. Providing you don’t think about calories, these are sure to be a success!

Snickers Bar Brownies (slightly tweaked from this original recipe)

  • 110g  butter
  • 50g dark chocolate
  • 2 eggs, beaten
  • 110g light brown sugar
  • 100g golden caster sugar
  • 50g plain flour
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 40g extra dark chocolate
  • 2 normal sized Snickers bars
Chop the 40g dark chocolate into chunks, and chop the Snickers bars down the middle lengthways, and then into slices. Melt the butter with the 50g dark chocolate, then beat in the eggs, sugars, flour and baking powder. If it’s really hot let it cool down a little, so the extra chocolate wont melt. Mix in the chopped chocolate and Snickers bars, then spread the mix into a lined 8×8″ square tin. Bake for 25-30 mins at 180 degrees.
Leave to cool (if you can wait!) then slice into squares and serve.

5 thoughts on “Snickers Bar Brownies

  1. YUM! I love Snickers and they are especially good in baking. I made some Snickers muffins a while ago and have been looking for other recipes to include them in, so definitely bookmarking this!

  2. Pingback: The quest for the perfect brownies | hungryhinny

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