- Chocolate derivative and brownie

I am not a real chocolate amateur, I like dark chocolate, I love milk chocolate and I adore the tamper one, white chocolate. White chocolate is the less natural one, they even call it chocolate derivative…oups!

It’s full of butter and milk and doesn’t contain any antioxidant (the one I glorified on my post on the 11.10.12 ‘Ménage à trois’, yes).

But you know what, it haunts me for a few days and life’s too short so let’s do it!

After all, it’s just a bit of white chocolate, a bit more butter, sugar and eggs…

White chocolate brownie

Ingredients :

– 180g of white chocolate

– 2 eggs

– 100g of butter

– 50g of caster sugar

– 100g of plain flour

Method :

Break the chocolate in little pieces.

In a pan, melt the butter then remove from heat.

Pour in the chocolate and stir till melted.

Preheat the oven to gas mark 6/180C.

Mix the eggs and sugar and add them to the chocolate preparation then the flour.

Grease a square baking tin with a little oil.

Pour the mixture into the tin to bake for around 20 minutes.

After leaving to cool, cut into squares.

And you know what, real chocolate or not, it’s delicious !



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