Brownies can taste awful when they are gluten free… Really. But these ones were the opposite. They were gooey and chocolate and all kinds of wonderful. Fun fact… this recipe comes from Tesco! Gasp! Oh… and no horse in these.

225g Plain Chocolate

140g Butter Softened

4 Large Eggs

225g Golden Caster Sugar

100g Gluten free or regular flour

1 Tbsp Cocoa powder

1.  Heat the oven to 180C

2. Line a 27/17.5/3.5cm Pan with parchment paper, or grease it up good

3. Break 175g of the chocolate up in to a double boiler and melt along with the butter. (Personally I just use a Pyrex bowl that fits on top of a pan of water) When it’s nicely melted and mixed pull it off and put it aside

4. Chop the rest of the chocolate up in to bits and set aside. (make the bits as big as you would like to find them in the brownies)

5. Whisk the eggs and sugar together in a bowl until pale and fluffy. It should double in volume.

6. Pour the melted chocolate in to the egg mix and fold together.

7. Put in the flour and cocoa and fold again

8. Add your chocolate chunks and mix it up slowly. Don’t want to deflate your mix.

9. Pour the mix in to the pan and bake for about 20 minutes or until the middle is set and top crusty.

10. Remove it from the oven and wait for them to cool. Seriously, wait. Put down the knife. Wait.

11. Sprinkle some icing sugar across it all so it looks like, y’know… professional and stuff.

12. Try to not eat the whole pan. Just try.