I love all the new varieties of Oreos that we have in the UK now, before the US had all the best kinds. They still have so many more than we do but I’m not gonna be unhappy about having birthday cake and strawberry cheesecake ones.
I adore brownies and was dying to try out my beautiful new brownie pan from the new Tesco Go Cook range. It looks so nice and really high end for £8. I like the fact that you can make individual portions in it so no need for cutting and you don’t need baking paper to line it. The brownies pop out easily when cooled using a butter knife around the edge.
The oreos kind of melt into the batter so adding some extra sprinkles and cookies on top makes them 100x tastier, I also like the way it looks.
I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as I did making it (and eating it).
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Great for Birthdays, great any time. A sugary sweet treat that’ll go down a little too easily with some milk (dairy free of course).
- 200g of dark chocolate
- 5 tsp of cacao powder
- 170g of plain flour
- 110g of stevia
- pinch of salt
- 1 tsp of vanilla extract
- 5 tbsp of vegetable oil
- 260ml of dairy-free milk
- 2 tbsp of rainbow sprinkles (plus more for decorating)
- 20 Birthday Party Oreos
- Pre-heat your oven to 180c and grease your brownie tin. I used the individual non-stick tin from the new Tesco Go Cook range. No need for paper or cutting up your brownies afterwards. You can use a normal brownie tin, just make sure you grease and line if needed.
- Melt your chocolate until smooth then set aside. I put it in the microwave for 30 second intervals.
- Combine the Cacao, flour, stevia sweetener and salt in a mixing bowl.
- Add in the oil, vanilla extract, and milk then mix.
- Fold in 8 crushed Oreo cookies, sprinkles and the melted chocolate.
- Pour the mixture into your chosen brownie tin then top each brownie with an Oreo (12) and some sprinkles for decoration.
- bake in the oven for 20-25 minutes.
- Let cool before popping out of the tin or cutting (a knife down the side should do this easily if using this tin).
- The toppings are optional but I promise you the taste pay off is totally worth it.
- If you aren’t sure if they’re done, a skewer inserted should come out clean.
- I used Baking Time Club Rainbow Strands which they dont sell anymore but you could use Rainbow Nonpareils 100s & 1000s or Rainbows for days sprinkles.
Keywords: Brownies, Oreo, chocolate, baking, sweet, treat