HALLOWEEN WITCHES BROWNIE 할로윈 브라우니
Easy Halloween Brownie
My fudgy, moist Halloween Witches Brownie Recipe. Great for using up your leftover newt eyes and frogs teeth! Halloween is next week! This is perfect for your Halloween party. It is easy, delicious, funky, colourful and most importantly, chocolatey. Yum!
Watch my Halloween Witches Brownie Recipe Video (3m 25s)
I have adapted this recipe from https://www.homemadeinterest.com/turn-your-leftover-candy-into-witchs-brew-brownies/.
What a crazy week it’s been in my house! First my dishwasher broke 🙁 and then my oven 🙁 🙁 and then my car! 🙁 🙁 🙁 I had to buy a new dishwasher, my oven needed a new heating element and my car needs the passenger seat fixing (don’t ask) and new headlight bulbs. My oven breaking was the reason I posted Stir Fried Kimchi Pork last week instead of continuing with my Halloween season as I couldn’t bake anything. Anyway, it’s all fixed now.
When I saw this brownie on the internet, I knew I had to make it! Brownies are sooo easy to make and taste fantastic! Don’t buy ready made brownies or brownie mix. When you make it, the taste is on a different level from shop bought ones. Your children and family will love them forever. My family all love this brownie. It disappears very quickly.
Last year, the day before Halloween, my husband and I had a date night! My mother-in-law kindly agreed to babysit my kids (they were 1 and 5 at the time.) As I’m sure you know, having a date night is a luxury when you have little kids.
We went into Manchester to the Hard Rock Cafe for dinner and a movie. I love the Hard Rock Cafe! I can’t believe I live near to one. My hometown, Daegu, has plenty of Western restaurants like TGI Fridays, Outback Steakhouse, Pizza Hut, Bennigans, etc but no Hard Rock.
We had a gorgeous meal. I love Mexican and spicy chicken wings. Hard Rock Cafe has super tasty nachos and really spicy wings. Even though I am Korean and I can eat very spicy food, those wings in the Hard Rock Cafe… phew! Amazing.
We had dessert of course! My husband and I shared a Brownie Sundae. I’d never had a brownie before I came to England. God bless brownies! They are A-M-A-Z-I-N-G. Gooey, chocolatey and soooo sweet! I am drooling right now. Good job I have some left over from the video shoot. Be right back…
The Manchester Hard Rock Cafe is located in the Printworks, near to the Arndale shopping centre (a big shopping mall). There are lots of restaurants, bars and coffee shops nearby. Outside the Hard Rock Cafe was sooooo noisy with everyone dressed up in Halloween costumes. There was a big parade and every bar seemed to be hosting their own Halloween parties. We had no idea about any of those events! Well…. you know we have kids. I was busy taking them to their own Halloween gatherings. I realised for the first time last year on that date that Halloween is not just for little ones! Lol….
Brownies are perfect for date nights. I love them smothered with cream and chocolate sauce or just its own! They are also a great treat for my kids. My daughter loves baking brownies with me. Of course, a lot of leftover chocolates are going into her mouth. That’s part of fun in baking!
Bring this brownie to your Halloween party and it will be remembered by everyone! Enjoy!
- 190g Unsalted Butter + A little for greasing the baking tin
- 190g Dark Chocolate
- 40g Cocoa Powder
- 100g Plain Flour
- 3 Large Eggs
- 300g Light Brown Sugar
- A Pinch Of Sea Salt
- To Decorate
- Your favourite Chocolate Bars, M&Ms, Edible Eyes, Sweets
- Preheat the oven to 170°C/338°F.
- Melt the unsalted butter and chocolate separately in a microwave or small pan. Check the chocolate every 30 seconds to stop it from burning. Pour the melted butter and the chocolate into a bowl and mix completely. Set aside.
- Sieve the cocoa powder and plain flour into a bowl. Mix them with a spoon and set aside.
- Put the eggs and brown sugar into a bowl. I used light brown sugar for baking. Whisk them with an electric whisk for 3 - 8 minutes depending on the power of your electric whisk. When it is done, it should look like milk shake.
- Pour the butter/chocolate mixture into the egg mixture. Gently fold them over with a spatula making sure not to knock out the air.
- Add a pinch of sea salt.
- Add the cocoa/flour mixture and mix them gently. Don’t overdo it.
- Grease the brownie tin with a little butter. Line the bottom of the tin with a square of baking paper.
- Pour the mixture into the tin and bake in the oven for 30 minutes or until done. The cooking time will differ depending on your oven. You can check if it’s done by inserting a cocktail stick into the middle of the brownie. If it comes out almost clean it is ready.
- When the brownie is baked, take it out of the oven and decorate the brownie with chocolate bars, sweeties, M&Ms and edible eyes while it is still warm. Leave it in the tin until it has completely cooled. Remove from the tin, cut into 9-12 squares and enjoy!
3 Mixing Bowls
Brownie Tin (20cm * 20cm / 8inch * 8inch)