With Valentine’s Day approaching, I figured it was as good a time as any to share my Bourbon Biscuit Brownie recipe with you. Well, that, and the many requests I’ve had for it too.
These brownies are utterly delicious, such a treat. I have gifted these glorious little cakes, much to the delight of the recipient. My own little gang of cake tasters have also indulged in a little happy dance having spotted the brownie tin cooling. As they inhale the chocolatey aroma they’re beside themselves with excitement. Little faces are gleeful as I cut the brownies into portions. Quick as a flash, small hands reach for joy.
Bourbon Biscuit Brownies
- 200 g Dark Chocolate
- 165 g Butter
- 165 g Light Brown Sugar
- 3 Eggs
- 2 Egg Yolks
- 2 tsp Vanilla Extract
- 30 g Plain Flour
- 15 g Cocoa Powder
- 150 g Bourbon Biscuits crushed
- Preheat the oven to 180C (fan) and prepare a brownie tin by lining with baking parchment. (Any tin similar to A4 size will work).
- Melt the chocolate & butter together in a heatproof bowl over a pan of water, then set aside.
- Whist the eggs, egg yolks & vanilla together until fluffy.
- With the mixer running, add the sugar a tablespoon at a time, whisking until the mixture becomes quite stiff.
- Pour in the chocolate mixture and whisk again, until it is fully combined.
- Take the bowl from the mixer stand, sieve and fold in the flour & cocoa powder. Then fold in 100g of the crushed biscuits.
- Pour the cake batter into the brownie tin then scatter the remaining biscuits over the top.
- Bake for 25-30 minutes. The finished bake should not be firm, there should be a slight wobble in the centre.
- Cool the brownie in the tin on a wire rack.
- When the bake has cooled down completely, lift it from the tin, keeping it in the parchment paper.
- Sprinkle with icing sugar (this is optional) and divide into 18 brownies.
These brownies are not only good for Valentines, but they are also perfect at any time. Served with a generous dollop of whipped cream, these brownies would make a delightful dinner party dessert. Take an afternoon tea with friends up a notch and serve bitesize portions of brownie. Bring your favourite chocolate cake from delicious to positively indulgent by decorating the top with brownie pieces. There are endless ideas, but often the simplest is the best. A cuppa, a good book, a brownie and 10 minutes all to yourself.
I would be delighted to see your baked brownies, please feel free to tag me on Facebook or Instagram with your chocolatey goodness!