Wednesday, 9 November 2016

Monty Bojangles Choccy Scoffy Brownies

Have you tried Monty Bojangles truffles?  Well I am a huge fan, they are delicious.  So when I was recently contacted to share with you a recipe that Michelin Chef, Mark Sargeant had devised by partnering with Monty Bojangles, how could I refuse? 


Me being me, I had to revise the recipe to ingredients I had in my store cupboard, but they still tasted amazing. The Brownies turned out wonderfully and are so decadent they certainly won't last long.  The aroma that came from the oven whilst they were cooking was mouth watering.




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Monty Bojangles Choccy Scoffy Brownies
Deliciously decadent and I substituted the Cashew nuts for Pistachio nuts.
Ingredients
  • 1 200g box Monty Bojangles Choccy Scoffy Truffles
  • 250g Butter
  • 75g Sultanas
  • 50g Chopped Pistachio Nuts
  • 145g Plain Flour
  • 1tsp Baking Powder
  • 360g Caster Sugar
  • 4 Eggs
Instructions
1. Preheat the oven to 180c or gas mark 4.2. Line the baking tray with baking paper.3. Place a large bowl over a pan of simmering water and melt the butter and chocolate together.4. Once melted add the sultanas and nuts and stir together.5. In a different bowl add the flour, baking powder and sugar and mix together.6. Beat the eggs until a smooth consistency.7. Add the flour mixture to the melted chocolate and butter and mix well.8. Add the beaten eggs to the mixture and blend in.9. Pour the mix into the baking tray and cook in them middle of the oven for around 25-35 minutes.10. The outside of the brownies should be crusty and the inside should be soft. Leave in the tray to cool.11. Once cool turn out on to a chopping board and cut into squares.
Details
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 24cm Square Tin = 12-16 servings

These are perfect with an afternoon cuppa but unfortunately they do not last long.  I am linking up for the first time with Bake of the Week which is being hosted this week by the lovely Jenny at Mummy Mishaps and also hosted by Helen at CasaCostello.

Casa Costello

7 comments:

  1. I haven't heard of these before. Looks good though! #bakeoftheweek

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    1. They are gorgeous Louise, almost a shame to use them in baking :) x

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  2. I have tried this brand of truffles before but not these ones.
    What a yummy recipe! Those brownies look amazing x

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  3. oooooh brownies filled with truffles - how naughty and yet oh how nice! These would make great gifts fro Christmas too
    thank you for linking up with #BakeoftheWeek xx

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  4. They look delicious! Not seen them yet! #bakeoftheweek

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  5. Can't beat a good brownie Cathy, these look absolutely scrummy :-)
    Angela x

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