Recipe #13 : Nutella Brownies

Thanks to the Binomal Baker,  we have completed our thirteenth recipe : Nutella Brownies, a very simple recipe that adds nutella to brownies in a lovely way. A bit of history : a few days ago, we decided to try something knew and held a “Guess That Dish” competition. The Binomial Baker, a blogger who is passionate about baking and teaching Mathematics, won and we asked readers to vote on which of her recipes we should complete. Let’s just say, the nutella squares won by a large margin. Avocado Mac and Cheese came close but was no match for a creamy hazelnut spread baked onto a brownie.

The ingredients for this recipe are simple :
8 squares Bakers unsweetened chocolate
1 1/2 cup butter
4 cups sugar*
6 eggs
2 tsp. vanilla
2 cups flour
1/2-1 cup of nutella

*I made a double batch just like the Binomial Baker did but scaled down the sugar to about 2 and a half cups. I loved the generous amount of vanilla essence in this recipe. It’s too bad we can’t really capture smell in a blog post because these brownies left a  rich and delicious scent lingering in my kitchen.

Here is how it turned out :

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I tried to make the swirls in the brownies stand look like interlocked S’s for SisterSizzle. Though I am not sure how successful I was at that, I enjoyed eating every bite with banana slices and a tall, tall glass of milk.

I will have dessert in my lunch box every day this week … and next week 🙂

Any idea what happened to these chocolate covered mixing bowls?

Stay tuned for our next Guess The Dish game coming up very soon 🙂 We really enjoyed it and hope you did too.

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