This post was created in collaboration with @thefoodrubiks.
Stuck on what to make for dessert at your next get together? The amazing Sophie from @thefoodrubiks is here to save the day! In this post, she’s sharing with us her Oreo Triple Chocolate Brownie recipe. And trust us – this is one dreamy traybake you won’t be able to resist!
With indulgent dark, milk and white chocolate, and tasty double stuffed Oreos in the ingredients, these decadent brownies will go down a treat!
The Food Rubiks Cakery’s Oreo Triple Chocolate Brownie Recipe
What you’ll need!
- chopped dark chocolate (140g)
- unsalted butter (240g)
- 2 TSP of vanilla extract
- 3 medium eggs
- good quality cocoa powder (100g)
- plain flour (100g)
- white chocolate chips (100g)
- milk chocolate chips (100g)
- dark chocolate chips (100g)
- ½ packet of double stuffed Oreos
- Mixer / hand mixer
- X2 large mixing bowls
- Rectangle lined tin (20cm x 30cm)
Sophie filmed the process for us, and we have the video right here for you on our YouTube channel! It’s so satisfying to watch. Check it out and then come back here to work through the brownie recipe!
Instructions: How to make your chocolate brownie
1 – Pre-heat the oven to 180 degrees
2 – Using a microwave, melt the butter and dark chocolate together in short 30 second blasts on 70% heat, stirring throughout
3 – In a separate bowl beat the sugar and eggs together until pale and fluffy. Now add in the melted butter and chocolate combo slowly, mixing on a low speed
4 – Next sift in the flour and cocoa powder, beat until fully combine.
5 – Using the spatula fold in the milk and dark chocolate chips along with 50g of the white chocolate chips. Break up some of the Oreos and fold in again
6 – Place the brownie mixture in the baking tin and flatten down. Sprinkle the Oreos and remaining white chocolate chips over the top (once baked the white chocolate on top will caramelise and turn a beaut light brown colour – YUM)
7 – Pop the brownie into the oven width ways, bake for 15 minutes, flip round and bake for a further 15 minutes to ensure an even bake. Once the 30 minutes total bake time is over, make sure the brownie is crisp round the outside but still slightly wobbly on the inside. You can always double check by inserting a toothpick 5cm from the edge, if it comes out clean this means it’s baked through.
8 – Chill the brownie in the tin for 2-3 hours until it’s completely solid – this will help achieve the overall fudgy texture
Now you can either decorate to create a brownie slab, cut into 8-10 squares and rectangles or even use as a cakesicle centre – the possibilities are endless but equally DELICIOUS!
And there you have it! An indulgent oreo triple chocolate brownie recipe to come back to time and time again. If anything will satisfy a sweet tooth, it’s this!
Thank you so much to Sophie for sharing her wisdom with us! We love nothing more than a tasty traybake, and this is a classic.
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