9th April 2013 // 0 Comments

Tutorial Tuesday: Red Velvet Brownies Recipe!

Red Velvet Brownies

In this week’s tutorial we have thrown in a recipe to show you how to create a batch of delicious red velvet brownies! These are perfect for any occasion and with warmer days just around the corner these are ideal for picnics in the park, barbecues or even just a quick treat on a Saturday morning! With the 4th of July just a few months away try marbling some blue brownie batter into the mix and add white chocolate chunks instead of milk?

Red Velvet Brownies Recipe

Tutorial Tuesday: Red Velvet Brownies Recipe

Ingredients…

200g chopped milk chocolate
Extra chopped chocolate for gooey chunks (optional)
3 table spoons of Red Velvet Baking Emulsion by LorAnn Oil
175g self raising flour
100g butter
100g caster sugar
3 eggs

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Step one: Melt the chocolate and butter together by setting a bowl in a saucepan of hot water. Keep stirring until both the butter and the chocolate are mixed and then remove the pan from the heat.

Step two: In a separate bowl mix the eggs and the sugar together until they form a creamy yellow colour.

Step three: Combine the chocolate and butter mix with the eggs and sugar and stir until fully mixed.

Step four: Add the flour and the Red Velvet Baking Emulsion to the mix and stir until you get your preferred tone of red. Mix until smooth until you get a thick and sticky texture (if you would like any chocolate chips or chunks in your brownies now is the perfect time to add them)

Step five: Pour the batter into a greased pan and bake for around 30 minutes (depending on oven) on gas mark 4 (conversions are available on Google)

If you have followed this recipe you now have your own batch of delicious red velvet brownies! Why not experiment and add white chocolate, flavoured chips or even cookie dough! We love the idea of baking up some red velvet cupcakes, swirling them with delicious vanilla buttercream and nestling a tiny square of red velvet brownie into the frosting!

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