26-year-old London baker Eloise Head shares a recipe for Nutella and Kinder filled brownies on Instagram
Baker, 26, shares her VERY easy five-step recipe for thick, dripping brownies filled with Nutella and Kids’ Chocolate
- Amateur baker Eloise Head, 26, is the founder of Instagram recipe page FitWaffle
- She posts videos of decadent desserts ready in just a few minutes
- A recent clip shows viewers how to make Nutella and Kinder filled brownies
- Ms Head previously shared a similar recipe but says this is ‘definitely an upgrade’
- Photos of the brownies have gone viral and people are calling them ‘next level’
A video by ‘Instagram famous’ baker Eloise Head showing viewers how to make brownies filled with Nutella and Kinder chocolate has gone viral on social media.
The 26-year-old, who is the founder of FitWaffle Kitchen, an Instagram page dedicated to decadent desserts that only take a few minutes to prepare, has garnered more than 20,000 likes on the clip since it was shared on Saturday.
In it, the self-taught London chef shows viewers how to make a batch of five supermarket ingredients – butter, sugar, eggs, flour and cocoa powder – along with 27 bars of Kinder and a jar of the iconic chocolate and hazelnut spread.
Ms. Head, who shot to online stardom when a baking craze took over the world during the first COVID lockdown, previously shared a similar recipe – but says this version is “ definitely an upgrade. ”
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Self-taught baker Eloise Head’s Nutella and Kinder filled brownies, made from simple supermarket ingredients, 27 bars of kids’ chocolate and a jar of the iconic spread
To make the brownie mix, Ms. Head whips 170 grams of melted butter with 250 grams of brown sugar, then add two eggs and beat again until light and fluffy.
She adds 125 grams of melted milk chocolate, followed by 100 grams of flour, 30 grams of cocoa powder and a teaspoon of salt, sifted through a sieve.
Once combined, she spoonfuls half of the mixture into a parchment-lined baking sheet and turns her attention to the decadent filling.
She adds a layer of Kinder chocolate – 27 bars, laid out whole – and 150 grams of Nutella gently heated in the microwave, before covering it with the second half of the brownie mix.
Ms. Head suggested adding pieces of Kinder Bueno chocolate at this point for the greatest indulgence.
Ms. Head previously shared a similar recipe, but says these brownies are “ definitely an upgrade. ”
London baker Eloise Head (pictured) built massive Instagram followers during lockdown by sharing her simple tricks for creating decadent desserts
“I would recommend adding them after they’re cooked if you don’t want the wafer to soften in the oven,” she said.
The dish should be baked in the oven at 170 degrees Celsius for 20 to 25 minutes and cut into pieces after cooling.
Photos of the brownies have garnered dozens of excited responses since they were shared online, with comments like ‘I have to make this’, ‘Oh my God’ and ‘these are next level’.
Others tagged their friends and asked them to make the brownies on their behalf.
It’s the latest of Ms. Head’s simple recipes going viral after wildly popular videos about red velvet brownies and sugar cookie cake bars.
Nutella-Kinder brownies recipe
170 g unsalted butter, melted
250 g brown sugar
2 large eggs
125 g milk chocolate
100 g flour
30 g cocoa powder
1 tsp salt
27 Children’s chocolate bars
150 g Nutella, melted
1. Beat the melted butter with brown sugar, then add the eggs and stir again until light and fluffy.
2. Adds melted milk chocolate, followed by flour, cocoa powder and salt, strained through a sieve.
Once combined, spoon half of the mixture into a parchment-lined baking tray.
4. Add a layer of Kinder chocolate – 27 bars, made up whole – and Nutella that has been gently heated in the microwave, and cover with the second half of the brownie mix.
5. Bake at 170 degrees Celsius for 20 to 25 minutes and cut into pieces after cooling.
Source: FitWaffle Kitchen
Simple desserts have never been more popular since an unprecedented baking craze swept the world during the early months of the coronavirus crisis, when hundreds of millions of people were tied to their homes.
Isolation has paid off for influencers like Eloise Head, who has amassed a combined 743,000 followers on her two Instagram accounts by sharing delicious dishes that are quick and easy to make.
In March, Ms. Head told Daily Mail Australia that she was “very proud to help people stay busy” in the new era of social detachment.
Her fans have expressed their gratitude in return.
“Your page definitely worked for me, never thought I’d learn to bake,” one man wrote in the comments section last week.
“I was a lost cause, but when I did lockdown I ended up on your page and baking helped me.”