Any of you watch that cooking show on the Food Network called Semi-Homemade by Sandra Lee? I love the idea behind the show but am honestly not a fan of most of her recipes, but she inspired me to create this semi-homemade brownie recipe of my own.
These brownies honestly taste home-made and use a trick that I learned from catering. The more chocolate and nuts that you can put in a brownie or cookie, the better. You are basically making a glorified warm candy bar!
1 - stick of organic unsalted butter (melted)
2 - organic free-range eggs (whisked)
1 - package of Trader Joe's Brownie Truffle Baking Mix
1/2 of a - 3.5 oz Toblerone Chocolate Bar chopped into big chunks
1/2 cup - white chocolate chips
1/2 cup - semi-sweet chocolate chips
Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees and lightly grease a 8x8x2 inch pan with butter or cooking spray. Make brownie mix according to directions on the box. After the mix is moist and mixed add in the chopped Toblerone and white chocolate and chocolate chips. The dough will be thick so spread evenly to the corners with the back of a spoon into the baking dish. Bake for 30 minutes at 350 degrees. Allow to cool for 30 minutes before serving. If you want clean edges on your brownies, once cool, put the baking dish in the fridge. After 30 minutes take the dish out and cut squares with a sharp knife.
All of the items purchased to make this were from Trader Joe's. If you don't have one in your area I'm sorry but you can still make something similar buy purchasing a rich Betty Crocker brownie mix shown below from your local grocery store.