The ultimate two-in-one treat: Baker stuns with her easy recipe for delicious cookie dough brownies
- London baker Eloise Head has shared her cookie dough brownie recipe
- She makes them with basic ingredients such as butter, sugar, cocoa, flour and eggs
- A video of the recipe has garnered more than 46,000 likes on Instagram
- It’s the latest treat from the brains behind the viral Instagram page FitWaffle Kitchen
An “Instagram-famous” baker’s easy recipe for cookie dough brownies has been hailed on social media as “beyond delicious.”
In a recent video on her viral food page, FitWaffle Kitchen, Eloise Head showed fans how to make the treats using basic ingredients like butter, sugar, eggs, flour and cocoa powder.
“If you can’t decide between cookies or brownies, make these,” the self-taught London chef wrote in the caption.
She added, “They’re fudgy and gooey, full of cookie dough and lots of chocolate chips.”
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‘Instagram Famous’ baker Eloise Head’s cookie dough brownies (pictured)
Ms Head said she starts by adding 170 grams of melted butter and 250 grams of caster sugar to a bowl, then break in two large eggs and beat until the mixture is light and fluffy.
Then she said she adds 125 grams of melted chocolate and mixes until the texture becomes smooth.
She said she sifted 100 grams of flour and 30 grams of cocoa powder together with a teaspoon of salt, then folded the dry ingredients into the chocolate batter until completely mixed.
Ms. Head said she adds 80 grams of chocolate chips, stirs them and then turns her attention to the cookie dough.
“You can use store-bought cookie dough or make your own — this one is so easy you really can’t go wrong,” she said.
Ms. Head (pictured) is the founder of the viral food page FitWaffle Kitchen
Ms. Head said she mixes 100 grams of softened butter with 125 grams of light brown sugar, beats them into cream before adding one egg yolk and half a teaspoon of vanilla essence.
Then she said she adds 110 grams of flour and half a teaspoon of baking powder, mixing gently until the mixture forms a dough.
She adds 75 grams of milk chocolate chips, but she said you can use any kind you like — white, dark, or milk.
Finally, Ms. Head said she would pour the brownie batter into a parchment-lined baking sheet, spoon into balls of cookie dough and then bake the mixture at 170 degrees for 30 minutes.
Ms Head the brownie batter in a lined baking tray and spoons of cookie dough on top (photo)
Her recipe, which has garnered 46,061 “likes” since it was uploaded on May 24, has received high praise online.
“These look beyond delicious,” a woman replied.
Others tagged their friends and said they should make the brownies together next weekend.
FitWaffle Kitchen recipe for cookie dough brownies
For the brownie
170 g unsalted butter, melted
250 g caster sugar
2 large eggs
125 g dark chocolate, melted and slightly cooled
100 grams of flour
30 g cocoa powder
1 tsp salt
80 grams of chocolate chips
For the cookie dough
100 g unsalted butter, softened
125 g light brown sugar
1 egg yolk
1 tsp vanilla
110 g flour
1/2 tsp baking powder
75g chocolate chips + extra chocolate chips for the topping
1. Add 170 grams of melted butter and 250 grams of caster sugar to a bowl, then break in two large eggs and beat until the mixture is light and fluffy.
2. Add 125 grams of melted chocolate and mix until the texture is smooth.
3. Sift in 100 grams of flour and 30 grams of cocoa powder along with a teaspoon of salt, then fold the dry ingredients into the chocolate batter until completely combined.
4. Add 80 grams of chocolate chips and stir, set the mixture aside.
5. To make cookie dough, mix 100 grams of softened butter with 125 grams of light brown sugar, stir them together and add an egg yolk and half a teaspoon of vanilla essence.
6. Add 110 grams of flour and half a teaspoon of baking powder and mix until the mixture forms a dough.
7. Add 75 grams of chocolate chips – milk, white or dark.
8. Pour the brownie batter into a baking tray lined with baking paper, put balls of cookie dough on it and bake the mixture for 30 minutes at 170 degrees Celsius.
Source: FitWaffle Kitchen