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Mars Rover Brownie

Prep Time:

15 Minutes

Cook Time:

45 Minutes


4 Servings



About the Recipe

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  • ingredient 1 : Dark Chocolate 200 g 

  • ingredient 2 : Unsalted Butter 200 g 

  • ingredient 3 :  Large Eggs - 3 (or 4 medium)

  • ingredient 4 : Light Brown Sugar - 275 g 

  • ingredient 5:  Plain Flour- 100 g 

  • ingredient 6 : Cocoa Powder - 50 g 

  • ingredient 7 : Mars Bar - 300 g (chopped & frozen)

  • ingredient 8 : Milk Chocolate Chips - 100 g (optional)

Optional Decoration

  • ingredient 9 : Milk Chocolate Melted- 50 g 

  • ingredient 10: Mars Bar Pieces


Step 1

Preheat your oven to 180C and line a 9x9" baking tin with parchment paper!

Step 2

Melt together your Dark Chocolate and Unsalted Butter until smooth in the microwave or in a bowl over a pan of simmering water. Leave to cool for a few minutes

Step 3

Using an electric whisk/stand mixer, whisk your Eggs and Sugar together for 5 minutes or so on high speed, or until the mixture has doubled in volume, is alot paler, and leaves a trail for a few seconds when you lift the whisk out.

(You can use caster sugar instead of the brown sugar, the brown sugar just works really well for the Mars Bar flavour.)

Step 4

Pour in the chocolate/butter mix and fold through very carefully.

Step 5

Add in the Flour and Cocoa Powder and fold through carefully again.

Step 6

Add in your frozen chunks of Mars Bar and chocolate chips and fold in. Pour the mixture into the tin and bake in the oven for 25-30+ minutes.

Pl Note: If your brownies are taking much longer than stated to bake, your oven may have a different temperature setting, or you over mixed your batter. Keep adding on 5 minutes till they're done and cover with foil if need be.

(Please try and freeze the Mars Bar first as it'll work  much better.)

Step 7

Leave to cool in the tin, and then enjoy!

Step 8

To decorate your brownies if you fancy it... melt your chocolate and drizzle over the brownies, and add pieces of Mars Bar to each one!  Set in the fridge, then chop up and enjoy!

These could last for one week+ .

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