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Gooey Peanut Butter Chocolate Brownie Recipe

gooey chocolate brownie recipe

Gooey peanut butter chocolate brownies are best served warm with ice cream.

Gooey Chocolate Brownie Recipe

147g (5.19 ounces) or 2/3 cup butter
200g (7.05 ounces) chocolate
1 cup or 216g (7.62 ounces) castor (super fine) sugar
1 tsp vanilla
3 or 150g (5.29 ounces) eggs
90g (3.17 ounces) or 1/2 cup plus one Tbsp plain (all purpose) flour

Gooey Peanut Butter Brownies

147g (5.19 ounces) or 2/3 cup butter
168g (5.93 ounces) or 2/3 cup peanut butter
115g (4.06 ounces) white chocolate
216g (7.62 ounces) or 1 cup castor (super fine) sugar
1 tsp vanilla
3 or 150g (5.29 ounces) eggs
90g (3.17 ounces) or 1/2 cup plus 1 Tbsp plain (all purpose) flour

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  1. Can you make the peanut butter layer without white chocolate? (I hate white chocolate).

    • Hi Rebecca, Just use your favourite chocolate.

  2. I made just the brownies and they were heavenly. I love your channel so much you are an inspiration and I hope to be just as good at baking as you are someday. (;

    • That is lovely to hear Yuna. Thank you!

  3. Hi Ann, I want to make these for my cousens birthday but he’s allergic to nuts is there a substitution for the peanut butter that works just as well

    • Heyho, I’m not Ann but I hope you’ll forgive me for answering nontheless 🙂 You could make the second layer like the first one, but using white chocolate instead of dark one. I tried it, since I didn’t have any peanutbutter and it tasted great!

    • Hi Kennedy, Skadi110’s idea is a good one, Sounds yum!

  4. what temperature do we set the oven at? It isnt mentioned in the video or the recipe. It would be fantastic to have a ‘methods’ section under the recipe here (and in the future)

    • Hi Rita, In the video Ann says to preheat your oven to 350C or 180C.

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  6. What size is the brownie tin or does that not matter that much

    • Hi Eric, Ann used a tray that was about 9 inch x 13 inch but use whatever is similar that you have at home.

  7. All together is fine.

  8. which chocolate do we use? Fake or real?

    • Hi Crystal, Ann usually prefers to use real chocolate in her recipes.

  9. hi ann, i am going to make this recipe at school for food tech but i dont have the instructions and you only have instruction videos so is it possible you could make the instructions as well? if so thanks

  10. They look so yum you make the best desserts
    I love them so much.

  11. Can I substitute the white chocolate for something else? If so what?

  12. these taste like heaven i made them and they were fabulous!

  13. I’m making your brownies right now they sound so yum

  14. This looks delicious and easy . I made the Instagram one and it’s sooooooooo good

    • thanks Salena

    • You are so right have found my number 1 chef Ann Readon I love her tutorials I wish I was just like her she is my role model .

  15. This is amazing I made these brownies for my family and they loved them OMG they said they were soooooooo good. I love your accent.

    • Glad they loved them Hannah

  16. Hi Ann, I was wondering if i can bake this into a cup cake? how would i adjust the baking time/temperature?

  17. Can you put all the instructions to making the brownie on this website so I don’t have to keep pausing your video to make the brownies?
    Thanks 🙂

  18. What type of chocolate did you use unsweetened, semi-sweet, or sweetened and I have the same question for the ganash.

    • sweetened, just normal Cadburys chocolate

  19. Hey Ann, I tried this recipe but it wasn’t very chocolatey.. did you use dark or milk chocolate for the bottom layer? and my batter was VERY thick but it still came out fine.

  20. Tried this,turned out well:)love your creative recipes Ann.and I love the website!

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