Here’s the long-awaited Brownie post as promised!
You see, Brownies are the must-know-how-to-bake when you really like baking. It’s one of the simplest and easiest pastry to bake just as long as you keep your consistency, it’s all good!
First, prepare the ingredients! I’m doing this routine of measuring everything and laying them all in front of me before starting to mix everything. This way, I won’t have to hurry myself getting the salt from the shelves while the batter is already mixed because I just want everything to go smoothly. Just try this, it won’t bite.
Melt the butter when making brownies; not creamed, not softened. This will make the brownie’s texture really smooth.
Mix in sugar and cocoa powder, one at a time.
Fold in flour, split into 3 portions to incorporate fully.
I also sandwiched small chunks of dark chocolate in between the batter poured into the cups for added richer taste of the brownie.
Pop into oven for 20 minutes, alternating sides halfway.
While waiting for the brownies to bake, the weather outside was so lovely. A little bit of drizzle from time to time. This is the kind of perfect weather for me :D
View from the kitchen window. Lovely, isn’t it?
After a few moments, the brownies are done! They look yummy!!
I was happy I bought the foil cups weeks earlier because they’re just perfect for the brownies! It kept the temperature inside the brownie balanced so it baked perfectly. Unlike when baking brownies using a pan, the center part of the brownie is usually raw but the sides are already overbaked. Blahhh…
Well done, silver foil cups! *clap*clap*
And so this concludes today’s chapter of Baked Lunchbox! Stay tuned for more mouth-watering food experience!! :D