Monday 24 February 2014

Lindt Lindor & Cadbury's Creme Egg Chocolate Brownies

With Easter on it's way and the shops starting to stock their shelves with yummy chocolate goodies, now is the perfect time to indulge in some sticky sweetness and have a treat or two, or three. With this in mind and me seeing these gooey goodness around lately I decided to get stuck in and make my first batch of brownies with a twist - Creme eggs.

What you will need -

Remove the creme eggs and instead add 6 Lindt Lindor eggs or 16 of the smaller sweets (cut in half)

Serves: 16
Prep time: 10 minutes
Cook time: 20 minutes

How to do it

1. Preheat the oven to 180oc or gas mark 4. Whist the oven is heating up, grab a bowl and add the 185g of dark chocolate to 185g of unsalted butter and place over a pan of boiling hot water until melted. 

2. In a separate bowl, crack three eggs and add 275g of caster sugar and whisk until it becomes almost mousse like. It can take a good few minutes, but you'll start to notice the mixture become thicker. Add the melted butter/chocolate and stir together until mixture becomes completely brown.

3. Sift in the 85g of plain flour and 40g of cocoa powder and gently mix, folding it in, then pour mixture into a baking tray. Bake in the oven for 15-20 minutes.

4. A few minutes before taking the mix out the oven, cut your creme eggs in half. Once out the oven add the creme eggs evenly to the mix and put in the oven for a further 10 minutes to melt the creme eggs. I spread the creme eggs around once gooey using a knife. 

And serve with ice cream. You could cut a slice into pieces and create your own homemade sundae or eat them alone. I ate mine with Creme egg ice cream.

To be honest they taste much better then they look. On top it's like a sticky biscuit crunch, but once bit into it's a moist, soft and melts in your mouth. They are divine, can't recommend the recipe enough.

Bet half of you thought I had Lindt Lindor and Creme egg in the one brownie, wow wouldn't that be a calorific sugar intake overindulgence. Using the same recipe, adding Lindt Lindor instead of creme egg and create the lindt lindor brownies.

I sprinkled these with white Terry chocolate orange. These turned out so much better then my first batch and due the creaminess of the a Lindt Lindor they are very melt in your mouth and gooey, like a proper brownie rather then a crunchy one. My first batch was still good if I do say so myself but I do have a fan oven and had it set to high, I didn't make that mistake the second time.

Will you be trying these for yourself?


  1. Well done hun, I need to give this a go. I made normal chocolate brownies before but with creme egg or Lindt Lindor they must be extra yummy, xoxo.

    1. They were good. You can tell by the picture the Lindt ones turned out better and they look better to look at. The creme egg ones did taste good though xx


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