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I originally came up with this recipe for Turkish delight chocolate brownies over a year ago, to raise money for Children in Need. It was available as a download on their website and raised over £300, which I was really proud of. It was winter at the time – long, dark evenings and lots of rain and cold, and Turkish delight chocolate brownies felt like just the sort of thing that people might need to get them through.
I thought it was about time that I shared it – Turkish delight chocolate brownies are not something you should keep to yourself after all. I warn you though, it’s pretty much impossible not to just stand at the kitchen counter, picking off corner after corner, muttering to yourself ‘I’ll just have one more little bit.’
Ingredients for Turkish delight chocolate brownies
- 125g salted butter
- 250g plain chocolate
- 250g caster sugar
- 3 eggs
- 125g self-raising flour
- 4 pack of Fry’s Turkish delight
Melt the butter and chocolate in a bowl over a pan of water. Leave to cool slightly.
Meanwhile preheat the oven the gas 4/180 degrees/160 degrees for a fan oven and grease and flour an 8 inch square tin.
Whisk the sugar and eggs together and then fold in the melted chocolate mixture.
Add the flour and combine until smooth. Pour the mixture into the tin. It’s quite runny – don’t be scared!
Chop each Turkish delight bar into about eight little cubes and scatter these over the top of the brownie mixture.
Bake for about 45 minutes. The brownies shouldn’t be completely set so a skewer won’t come out clean. They will be fine though so don’t worry.
Leave to cool completely to allow the brownies to set a little and be easier to handle. Cut up into squares and use them to buy friends.
If you liked these, you might enjoy my homemade bourbon biscuits.