This is like brownies and chocolate bars had a love child!!
These are so rich, sweet, soft, crunchy and chewy all at the same time without being too much. I like these in bite sized pieces as you don’t need to much to get then epic chocolate hit you want from a good brownie, but being in small pieces means you can go for that second or third piece with out feeling too greedy.
Caramel Daim Brownies
175g good quality dark chocolate
3/4 cup soft brown sugar
3/4 cup caster sugar
1/2 cup plain flour
2 Tbsp cocoa powder
100g extra chopped white chocolate
100g daim bars, chopped/smashed. To make your own see here.
200g sweetened condensed milk
1. Put butter and 200g dark chocolate into a medium/large sauce pan and melt together over medium heat. Stirring to make sure then chocolate does not burn.
2. When all the chocolate has melted remove from heat.
3. Add the sugar into the chocolate mix and beat with wooden spoon to mix in.
4. Crack in the eggs and beat well with the wooden spoon until everything is well combined and glossy
5. Sift in the flour and cocoa powder and mix until half combined.
6. Add the extra chopped chocolate and daim bars and fold into the mixture until everything is just combined.
7. Pour the mix into a lined baking tray
8. In small sauce pan or in the microwave heat the condensed milk and boil for just 1 minute (this will be very runny still, and will be soft in the end result, if you want a chewer caramel filling boil for 2-5 minutes).
9. Pour the condensed milk over the brownie in swirls.
10. Bake at 160degC for 30-40 minutes. The top will have cooked and should crack when ready but the mixture will still be wobbly and soft, this will set as it cools.
11. Allow to cool completely before taking out from the tray, it is best to leave at room temperature overnight.
12. Cut and eat!!!