This delicious triple chocolate brownies recipe will make brownies that are soft in the middle, firm outside with nuggets of chocolate everywhere. Sadly every batch we bake disappears in no time at all as kids from the neighbourhood queue outside our door to get their hands on them. It’s a recipe that’s well worth the effort and sure to make you very popular!
For lighter brownies that are easier to make with kids too, please check out our chocolate brownies recipe.
This recipe will make 16 squares or 32 triangles of brownies and you will need:
- 185g of butter
- 185g of dark chocolate (70% cocoa solids minimum)
- 85g of plain flour
- 40g of cocoa powder
- 50g of white chocolate
- 50g of milk chocolate
- 3 eggs
- 250g of golden caster sugar
- Preheat the oven at 180C, gas 4 or 160C for a fan oven and line a 20cm square tin, with non-stick baking parchment.
- Cut the butter and the dark chocolate into small pieces and melt in the microwave for approximately two minutes. Leave the melted mixture to cool to room temperature.
- Mix the flour and cocoa powder.
- Break the white and milk chocolate into small chunks.
- Beat the eggs and sugar together in a large bowl until you have a thick, pale creamy mixture. You can use an electric mixer as it might take a few minutes to obtain the right consistency.
- Pour the cooled chocolate over the egg mixture and gently fold together so the batter stays light and fluffy.
- Gently fold in the flour and cocoa powder until everything is well mixed. Finally, add and stir in the white and milk chocolate chunks.
- Pour the mixture into the lined tin and gently level the batter in the tin. Put in the oven for 35 to 40 minutes or until firm but moist in the centre.
- Take out of the oven and leave until completely cold. Remove from the tin and cut into 16 squares and if you like smaller portions, cut the squares into 32 triangles.
Why not check out our Chocolate Buns Recipe, or Chocolate Truffles Recipe? You can also visit our online shop to check out our range of chocolates – including Belgian chocolates and Guylian Seashells Chocolates.