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Faeriwood Kitchen: Brownie Edition


Something a little more lifestyle than beauty today in the form of a recipe. I feel the need to share because ever since I made these Baileys Marshmallow Brownies a few weeks ago I haven't been able stop thinking about them! 

Side note: The measurements are in cup measurements because I'm lazy & when making things up off the top of my head I find it easier than weighing everything! 

Ingredients:
1 cup baking flour
1 cup caster sugar
1 cup hot chocolate powder
1/2 oil veg oil
1/2 cup of melted dark chocolate (I used pure cacao I found in TK Maxx but mixed it with some milk chocolate to lighten it up a bit)
2 eggs
A miniature bottle of Baileys
A cup of mini marshmallows 


Method:
Typical Brownie method here I think. Mix the wet ingredients first then stir in the dry ingredients & the marshmallows. 
Bake for 20ish minutes @ 175c fan assisted for seriously gooey brownies! (don't worry about brown spots that's just the marshmallows, for the squeamish who prefer less gooey brownies increase baking time) 

Finish: everything looks & tastes better when finished with icing sugar. That's just fact... 

Fun fact! Baileys makes everything Christmassy. And if you can wait for these bad boys to cool down then you're a better person than me! Ooey gooey festive goodness!


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