Friday 25 September 2020

My Milkybar Brownies Recipe

I'm sure we all knew it wouldn't be too long before another brownie recipe didn't we? I don't often reach for white chocolate over something like Cadbury but there's just something about Milkybar. I made Milkybar cookie slices not too long ago and they're something I can't wait to make again soon! I don't often see Milkybar in brownies, it seems more of a blondie chocolate but I had a clear idea in my mind of how I wanted them to be and I'm so happy with how they turned out! Here's how to make delicious Milkybar brownies.
Milkybar brownies with Milkybar packaging next to it
100g butter
200g golden caster sugar
200g dark chocolate, broken into pieces
2 tsp vanilla extract
2 eggs
100g plain flour
200g of Milkybar, broken into chunks (I got 2 big bars)
212g of Milkybar buttons (large bag)

1. Pre-heat your oven to 180 degrees (160 fan) and grease and line a large square baking tin
2. Break up one bar of Milkybar and cut into smaller chunks then set aside whilst you make the batter
3. Put your butter and sugar into a large saucepan and warm over a medium heat until the butter has melted and the sugar has started to dissolve
4. Take your saucepan off the heat and add in your broken up dark chocolate, mix until the chocolate has melted and combined
5. Add in your vanilla extract and mix again
6. Crack in your 2 eggs and whisk the batter with an electric whisk until you have a thick & glossy mixture
7. Next, sift in your plain flour and stir until everything is fully combined
8. Add in your broken up Milkybar chunks along with about 160g of Milkybar buttons and give it one final mix
9. Pour the brownie batter into the prepared tin and pop into the oven for 45 minutes
10. When the brownies are cooked, leave to cool in the tin
11. Once cool, remove from the tin before melting 50g of Milkybar buttons
12. Drizzle the melted Milkybar over the top then top with a chunk of Milkybar. Cut into 9 large squares or if you'd prefer, 12 smaller ones. As you can see I experimented a little with the topping but next time I think I'd just top each brownie with chunks of Milkybar instead!
Closeup of inside of Milkybar brownies
Closeup of Milkybar brownies from above
These brownies were super sweet so be prepared if you make them they're full on but god so worth it if you're a fan of white chocolate. The brownie itself is the perfect mix between cakey and gooey if I do say so myself and delicious either warm or cold. These will last 4-5 days if stored correctly (I recommend keeping them in a tupperware or the fridge).

What's your favourite kind of brownie?

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Kelly~Diane said...

This sounds amazing. I'm a huge fan of white chocolate so I need to have a go at making this.

Beautylymin said...

I think I might give this recipe a go next week - it's right up my street! x

Jenna H. said...

Yum! This looks so tasty! I have been craving brownies recently, so I might just have to give this recipe a try.
Jenna ♥
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Sarah Trademark said...

Omg these look amazing! I need to make these at some point xx

Alice Myles said...

Ooooh these look DELIGHTFUL! I love milkybars so i will definitely be trying these

Heather Nixon said...

They look so cute!! x

Anonymous said...

Yummylicious! Would love to have a piece.

jennyinneverland said...

Oh my God Tiff. I swear you get better and better with every bake! My boyfriend and I are mad about white chocolate so I'd love to give these a go! x

Little Miss Mel said...

Oh wow this sounds so good! It’s making my mouth water just looking at the photo and reading the recipe.

Alice Anne said...

Oh wow these look amazing! Xx

Happy Esme ┊Fashion Stylist said...

This looks so fun dear! I wish I can visit Oxford next time.
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Sophie said...

They look incredible. Milky Bar was my favourite chocolate before I went vegan, so so so good x


Tiffany Timms said...

If you like white chocolate, trust me you'll love these! xx

Tiffany Timms said...

Ah yay I'm so glad!

Tiffany Timms said...

Yay I hope you do xx

Tiffany Timms said...

Definitely do! They're lovely xx

Tiffany Timms said...

Yay I'm so glad! xx

Tiffany Timms said...

Thank you! x

Tiffany Timms said...

You should definitely try making them! x

Tiffany Timms said...

Thank you so much Jenny! These are fab for anyone who loves white chocolate xx

Tiffany Timms said...

Haha thank you, I can't wait to make them again x

Tiffany Timms said...

Thank you so much! xx

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