Triple Chocolate Slice


I have a tradition of sharing the recipes of the treats that I serve at my classes.  Here is one of the treats that I recently made, even if you NEVER bake, you need to switch on that oven and get mixing, this recipe is to die for. What’s even better is that I had thought I had lost it and only just found it again after about 8 years while sorting through a big pile of cooking books.  It’s called “Triple Chocolate Slice” but it is basically just like a brownie…..and way better than my fudge.


125 grams butter, chopped.

90 grams dark chocolate, chopped.

90 grams milk chocolate, chopped.

1/2 cup (100 grams) firmly packed brown sugar.

2 eggs, lightly beaten.

1 cup (150 grams) plain flour.

2/3 cup (130 grams) white chocolate bits.

Grease deep 19cm square cake pan. Place strip of baking paper to cover base and extend over 2 opposite sides.

Combine butter with dark and milk chocolate in medium pan, stir over heat until chocolate melts (I do this step in the Thermomix, which is way easier than standing over a stove watching chocolate burn, but if you don’t have a Thermomix I guess that sucks to be you, he he).

Stir in remaining ingredients and mix well (basically I just throw the rest in the Thermomix and let it do the work, if you do use your thermomix don’t add the white chocolate until everything else is combined, add the white chocolate (I use buttons so you get bigger chunks of white chocolate) and mix in reverse until just combined.

Pour mixture into prepared pan and bake in moderate oven for about 25 minutes.  Cool in pan. Serve sliced dusted with icing sugar if desired.

A million thanks to my friend Kristina from who the recipe originated.


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