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Lara Luck

Oreo Brownies


Lara Luck is a food stylist, recipe tester, recipe developer, caterer and Food Consultant who has worked with some of the biggest companies in the food industry. 

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Photo by Rose Mordaunt 

200 grams of 85% dark chocolate
100 grams of milk chocolate
150 grams unsalted butter, plus extra for greasing a square tin
250 grams caster sugar, 
One pack of Oreos
4 medium eggs
85 grams plain flour
2 tbsp cocoa powder
Pinch of salt
One sheet of greaseproof paper
20x20 square tin
Three clear pyrex bowls

  • Grease and line a square tin with unsalted butter.

  • Break up the dark and milk chocolate and place in a clear bowl along with the butter and let this melt gently on a bain-marie.

  • In a separate bowl, crack the eggs and combine with the sugar whisking until the sugar and eggs come together.

  • Sift the flour, cocoa powder and salt into another bowl

  • Time to check on your chocolate! Once the chocolate and butter mixture has melted, pour the chocolate mixture into sugar and egg mixture and fold until both come together

  • Add the flour mix to the new chocolate mix and fold again until it has formed a batter.

  • Pour your batter into the lined square tin then break Oreos in half and push them into the batter mixture. 

  • Cook brownies at 160c for between 35 - 40 min depending on your oven 

  • We recommend serving with a refreshing iced coffee 

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