Oh this one was delightful. The inside texture is fudgy and the outside slightly chewy. Frankly it couldn’t go wrong really, I mean, white chocolate and a tin of caramel, it didn’t even have the faintest hope of not being fabulous.
Team all that with being quick and easy and you have my vote, 100%.
They should give these things away at the polls…give you some real incentive to be there, above and beyond picking the next nitwit to represent your state. You know that whoever you vote for will only turn out to be a good as the last guy and that isn’t a much of a compliment most of the time. At least if they gave you a good fudgy, chewy, brownie like morsel of heaven to chew on afterwards it might take the bitter, ‘just wasted 4 hours of my Saturday in a queue to do something that doesn’t even seem to make a difference even though I hope against hope it does’ taste out of your mouth….
It did say somewhere that these will last for a week in an airtight container *lapses into hysterical laughter* Not in my house they won’t!!!
Caramel Fudge Brownies
1 cup firmly packed brown sugar
100 g butter, melted
200 g white chocolate, melted
1 cup plain flour
1 x 330 g can caramel top’n’fill
Grease and line 20 cm x 30 cm lamington tray with baking paper to cover the base and up the sides. Beat eggs and sugar in a bowl with electric mixer on high for 4 minutes until thick.
Reduce speed and beat in the tin of caramel, then beat in melted butter, melted chocolate and flour. Pour mixture into tray. Bake in preheated oven at 160°C for 40-45 minutes or until firm in centre. Remove from oven, cool brownie in pan, then lift out using lining paper and cut into squares.