Fudgy brownies with caramel and white chocolate chips

I love brownies sooo much. They are so perfect for some reason… Maybe its all that chocolate and sugar :P, I can’t get enough. So when my brothers birthday was coming up I knew I wanted to make a BIG batch of fudgy brownies.

I always like to take a new recipe to switch it up and try something new and slightly different every time. I choose this recipe from Lekker & Simpel and turned it into my own version. The recipe asked for milk and dark chocolate, but I decided to go with dark chocolate only (me being a dark chocolate lover). I had some caramel and white chocolate chip flicks at home so I decided to mix them in with this recipe, which made it: Fudgy brownies with caramel and white chocolate chips. I made a double recipe, for the big batch. I love to do this so I can put half of it in the fridge and save it for another time.



The ingredients for a regular portion of fudgy brownies:

  • 375 grams dark chocolate
  • 250 grams of butter
  • 50g flour
  • 3 eggs
  • 225g light brown sugar
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 50 grams of white chocolate flicks
  • 25 grams of caramel, cut into pieces








Begin the pre-heating of your oven at 180 degrees Celsius. Then grease your baking dish with a little butter or oil and line the bottom of the baking dish with baking paper.

Melt the butter. Break the chocolate into small pieces. When the butter has melted completely, add the chocolate and let it melt gently. Meanwhile whisk together 3 eggs in a bowl until they become slightly frothy. Add the sugar and whisk it all together. When the chocolate has melted, remove the pan from the heat and add the flour and baking powder, stir well. Then add the chocolate mixture into the whipped eggs. Whisk it al together and add the caramel and white chocolate chips to the mixture, pour the batter into the baking dish. Set the brownie in the oven for about 40 minutes.





They do look as amazing as they tasted…. Delicious.

The caramel and white chocolate chips pieces kind of got lost in the chocolate mixture. Maybe it would be better to place them on top of the mixture right before putting it into the oven… Which probably would look amazing as well. So we will have to try that someday, the sooner the better.

Would you put the chocolate crisps on top or stir them into the mixture? 

Want more chocolate? Check out these recipes:

Easy & Amazing Mug Cake

Chocolate Mousse


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