Updated: Oct 31, 2020
Hey my chocolate fans! This is probably the least healthy recipe on my blog (oopsie! haha). Its just sooo damn good and decadent though! They are soft, moist, chewy and they taste like amazing raspberry s'mores! I don't know where everyone is from, but where I am, "winter's coming" haha sooo no more campfires with awesome s'mores, but these brownies will definitely take you back to that summer feel!
Hope you enjoy!
1/2cup Butter (unsalted)
1cup Brown sugar
2 Large eggs
1/2cup Semi-sweet chocolate
3/4cup All-purpose flour
1/4cup Cocoa powder
1 pinch Salt
10 Raspberry truffle celebration cookies by Leclerc (Plus 5 for garnish)
1cup Baby marshmallows (Plus 1/3 cup for garnish)
-Preheat the oven at 350F.
-Melt the butter and the chocolate in separate bowls using the bain-marie technique (bowl over boiling water).
-In a medium size bowl, put the brown sugar.
-Once the butter is melted, pour it over the brown sugar, and whisk.
-Add the eggs and whisk again.
-Add the melted chocolate whilst whisking.
-Now, with a rubber spatula, fold in the flour, cocoa powder and salt.
-Take 10 celebration cookies, and chop them grossly.
-In the mix, add the chopped cookies and the marshmallows.
-Butter a square baking pan, and line it with parchment paper.
-Put your mix in the pan, then insert in the oven for 20 minutes.
-Take it out and let it rest for 30 minutes.
-Take it out with the parchment paper.
You could very well eat it that way, and you"ll be amazedddd! However, you can follow these last steps for The garnish!
-Before cutting the brownie, add the equivalent of 5 cookies chopped, and about 1/3 cup of marshmallows.
-Now roast the mark mallow and melt the chocolate a little bit with a torch!
-Now you've got a s'mores brownies!
-Now eat and try not to think about all these calories!
Here's how it's done!
Little tips for you!
-The More you mix your flour, the more Cakey it'll get, so for a more chewy brownie, try not to over-mix the batter.
-Well I guess that was my only tip haha! Enjoy!