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0BAKING BROWNIES/SnowFlakeWeb/media/49781/bb_makingbrownies.jpg<div style="float: left; padding-right: 10px;"> <?UMBRACO_MACRO macroAlias="BakingAndBeyondImage" /> </div> <p>Brownies are a firm favourite not only with children, but adults alike. These delicious, creamy treats go down excellently at birthdays, parties and bake sales. If you can make the most delectable batch of brownies, you will go down in history as an iconic baker. Let us help you ensure that you always create the perfect batch of brownies every time:</p> <ul> <li>First things first, you need to choose the right recipe. If it is soft cake-like brownies that you are after, then you need to find a recipe that uses more eggs than others. For the more popular chewy brownies that are gobbled up with glee, use a recipe that calls for less eggs and more varying types of chocolate. Fudgy brownies are a true delight and can be achieved by using recipes with more butter and less flour.</li> </ul> <ul> <li>The pan size you choose is important too. Stick stringently to the recipe on this one, as a too-small pan will undercook the brownies and a too-big pan will overcook them. Grease the bottom of the pan up properly, but avoid the sides so that the brownies have something to grip onto as they rise.</li> </ul> <ul> <li>For the yummiest brownies, you should do all your mixing by hand. Over-mixing can result in brownies that are too tough, and you don’t want that! The mixture should be wet and gooey when it is good to be baked.</li> </ul> <ul> <li>When you are sure your brownies are done (best tested using the toothpick trick) then take them out to cool. Allow them to cool and turn them out before cutting them as this will help you achieve those perfect little squares.</li> </ul> <p>You can be creative when you top your brownies. Something delicious such as melted milk chocolate and powdered sugar complements your brownie delights perfectly. You can also ice your brownies with chocolate frosting or candied fruit for a different twist on these old favourites.  These little treats will keep well for up to 4 days when covered tightly with aluminium foil.</p>