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20 March 2016

Creme Egg Brownie

My sister and I love creme eggs so much, so creme egg brownies have become like an Easter classic at my house. I just love making - and especially eating - these every year! And don't get me started on eating all the leftover creme eggs...


To make these you will only need your favorite brownie recipe - or mix if you prefer that - and some creme eggs (I used a bag of mini creme eggs, i.e. 8 mini ones).

As for the brownie recipe, this is my favorite one:
  • 3 eggs
  • 3 tablespoons flour
  • 3 tablespoons sugar
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1 bar of fondant chocolate
  • 1 bar of milk chocolate
  • 1/2 stick or butter
  • 8 mini creme eggs, cut in halves

In a bowl, mix the eggs, flour, sugar and baking powder. Then set aside.


Melt the chocolate and butter over boiling water.

Because it takes a lot for the water to heat and boil, I usually prepare the egg mixture while I'm waiting.


Now mix the chocolate and the egg mixture.



And pour into a pan. I used a silicon one so the brownie wouldn't stick to it. But make sure you grease your pan if you're using a metal one.


And there's no creme egg brownie without creme eggs.


Cut all of those babies in halves.


My tip: if you dip the knife in the hot water you used for melting the chocolate, they will be much easier to cut.


And place the eggs on top of the brownie batter.




Enjoy!

Question of the Day

What's your favorite Easter candy?

A mi hermana y a mí nos encantan los huevos creme egg de Cadbury, y el brownie de creme eggs se ha convertido en un clásico de Pascua - o Easter - en mi casa. Me encanta hacerlos cada año y sobre todo, ¡comerlos! Y lo mejor de todo es comer todos los huevitos que sobran.



Para hacerlos solo necesitas tu receta favorita de brownie - o un preparado si lo prefieres - y unos creme eggs (Yo usé una bolsa de la versión mini en la que vienen 8) *.

Y en cuanto a la receta de brownie, mi favorita es ésta:
  • 3 huevos
  • 3 cucharadas de harina
  • 3 cucharadas de azúcar
  • 1 cucharadita de levadura
  • 1 tableta de chocolate fondant
  • 1 tableta de chocolate con leche
  • 1/2 barrita de mantequilla
  • 8 mini creme eggs

En un bol, mezcla los huevos, la harina, el azúcar y la levadura. Luego, reservar, 


Funde el chocolate y la mantequilla al baño maría.

Como el agua tarda un montón en calentarse y hervir, normalmente preparo la mezcla de los huevos mientras espero a que se caliente.


Ahora mezcla el chocolate junto con la mezcla de los huevos.



Y pon la mezcla en un molde. Yo he usado uno de silicona para que el brownie no se pegase. Si usas uno de metal, asegúrate de engrasarlo bien antes.


Y no hay brownie de creme eggs sin creme eggs.


Parte a todas esas criaturitas por la mitad.


Mi consejo: si mojas el cuchillo en el agua caliente que hemos usado para derretir el chocolate, se cortan muchísimo mejor.


Y coloca las mitades encima de la masa del brownie.




¡Y a disfrutar!

* Si te preguntas dónde se pueden comprar estos huevos en Madrid, yo compré los míos en dealz por solo 1.5€. También los puedes encontrar en las tiendas Taste of America.

Pregunta del día

¿Cuál es tu dulce de Pascua favorito?

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58 comments:

  1. These look UNREAL!! I definitely want to give these a go - they look divine...

    Suitcase and Sandals Blog XX

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  2. Omg this looks amazing! So many creme eggs!
    xx
    www.adrugstoreaddiction.com

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  3. This revolutionizes my life. 😍
    -Katey at ohgoodie.org

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    1. hahaha this definitely revolutionized my life too!

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  4. Holy potatoes, thy look absolutely delicious! I'm definitely saving this to try it out myself! Thanks for sharing :D x

    Holly ∣ Closingwinter

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  5. Oh my gosh.. these look incredible! Easter isn't complete without Creme Eggs! x
    Small&Blonde♥

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  6. These look so good, I've been looking for a creme egg brownie recipe for a while after seeing photos pop up online!

    Www.accordingtovictoria.com

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  7. These look so good! Crème egg is definitely my favourite easter sweet - wish you could get them all year around. <3

    http://insertmyblognamehere.blogspot.com

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    1. We have the same favorite Easter sweet then! They should definitely sell them all year round!

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  8. This looks amazing! :)

    www.leenyloves.blogspot.co.uk

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  9. It looks so delicious!!! I am now craving this so bad. My favorite Easter candies are definitely Kinder ones :)

    -Leta | The Nerdy Me

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  11. These are gorgeous - such a unique dessert to bring to an Easter dinner (and quick too!) Thanks for sharing!

    -Clarissa @ The View From Here

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    1. Oh thank you for commenting! Glad you liked the idea!

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  12. These look so good - I'm really craving creme eggs right now, damn it!
    I've been looking for something I could bake over the holidays and I think I'll try out your recipe :)

    Franzi. x // [http://franzizzy.blogspot.com/]

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  13. Mmmm this looks sooooo good !!! I have to check.. I'm not sure if we have something similar here in Italy! But Kinder chocolate is soooo good :) xx

    aishettina.blogspot.it

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    1. These are not very common in Spain too. Maybe try to look for an American supermarket? That's the best place to find them here :)

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  14. I need to try these they look amazing! Whenever I make brownies they always end up dry but I'm too scared to undercook them.

    What's a stick of butter though? Haha how big is a stick?

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    1. These were actually really moist. And a stick of butter is like 100-120g.

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  15. I made creme egg brownies a few years ago and completely forgot about them until now! Definitely going to make them again! :) xx

    Sarah / Sarah Smiles

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    1. How do you forget about them? I'm waiting for Easter all year lon so I can make these hehe x

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  16. These look delicious! I need to bake this before they disappear again. Creme eggs are my all time favourite Easter treat.

    Roxie | The Beautiful Bluebird

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  17. Oh my goodness! This is why I love Easter. It looks delicious, I need to have a go at baking this!
    - Adel
    Palettepale.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. I think creme eggs is the reason I love Easter too. That and the days off, of course!

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  18. This looks DELICIOUS!!! Can't believe this is the first post I've see of yours and I'm in love with your blog already 😍😍 xxx www.miniaturemilk.wordpress.com // imogen

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  19. Id on't even like Creme Eggs that much but this looks yummy!!


    Parie x
    classandglitter.com

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    1. Oh lucky you! Creme eggs are responsible for like 20% of my weight hahaha

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  20. Wow these look amazing! :) I might have to steal the recipe!!

    John ¦ Shout John

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    1. You don't have to steal it, you have my permission to borrow it 😉

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  21. This looks SO good, thanks so much for sharing the recipe. Will keep in mind when i've got a sweet tooth ;)

    - Cydney

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    1. On thank YOU for taking the time to look at it!

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  22. These look AMAZING! We finally got Creme Eggs where I live for the first time, so I should definitely make these!!

    Kelly // Velvet and Vibranium

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    1. Oh where do you live? They're not easy to find where I live either to be honest…

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  23. My, oh my! These look dreamy Be! Cant wait to try!
    Emma
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    http://www.peacelovevintage.com/

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  24. erm, WOW! I have to try this asap! These look absolutely gorgeous! Thanks for the recipe! <3

    Charlotte
    www.talkstageytome.co.uk

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  25. Im actually not a fan of creme eggs but this does look yummy x

    Heather | Of Beauty & Nothingness

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  26. This looks SO delicious! I must try it asap! Thanks for posting pictures, it makes following the steps easier! New follower!! :)

    Yiota
    PinkDaisyLoves

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