Easter Recipe: Cadbury's bunny brownies

As soon as I spotted the new Cadbury's spring edition Dairy milk bars featuring a cute little white bunny on each square, I just new they had to be used in an Easter recipe rather than just scoffed down in 2 seconds like a normal chocolate bar would be.

These little bunny squares needed pride of place on some deliciously gooey & chocolatey brownies to give them an Easter twist.

After all, Easter IS all about the chocolate right?

Cadbury's dairy milk bar - spring edition

This is a fool proof recipe that makes winning brownies every time.

I always use Cadbury's bournville chocolate to make my brownies and their bournville cocoa powder in the frosting because I know I can trust the quality & they will be just the perfect amount chocolatey, so it only felt right to top them with a Cadbury's chocolate too!

This recipe makes around 9 brownie squares using a 20cm x 20cm square tin.

For the brownie:
65g plain chocolate, melted & cooled.
65g butter
180g golden caster sugar
2 medium eggs
115g self raising flour
1/2 level tsp baking powder
65ml milk

For the icing:
40g butter
180g icing sugar
2 dessert spoons cocoa powder blended with 2 dessert spoons water and 1 dessertspoon milk.

Plus a bar of Cadburys spring edition dairy milk

1. Place all of the brownie ingredients into a mixing bowl and mix until just smooth.

2. Pour into a lined & greased 20 x 20cm square tin.

3. Bake in a preheated oven at 180c for 30-40 minutes. Cool on a wire rack then slice into 9 equal squares.

4. For the icing, place all of the ingredients in a bowl over a pan of hot water and stir until smooth & glossy. Remove from the heat and leave until cold. Beat until thick enough to spread over your brownie squares, then top each with a square of spring edition dairy milk.

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1 comment:

  1. Oh wow, they look amazing! Thanks for linking up to #Tastytuesdays


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