Recipes Brownie Christmas Trees 9 months ago 1 Comment Facebook Prev Article Next Article Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts New Recipe: What to cook this snowy weekend admin January 28, 2022 New Recipe: Ham hacks that will solve any ham dinner dilemmas admin April 4, 2021 New Recipe: Tasty Tuesday: Angeline’s Traditional Italian Peach Cookies admin March 23, 2022 New Recipe: KFC Has Created A Popcorn Chicken Savoury Cupcake… & We Have The Recipe admin April 29, 2021 New Recipe: 5-Ingredient Tahini Cookies Recipe From Suzy Karadsheh admin February 5, 2022 Harissa Glazed Cauliflower with Sweet Potato Mash & Kale and Walnut Pesto February 18, 2022 About The Author More from this Author One Response teejaymorgs November 22, 2021 These brownie Christmas trees are fun and simple to make! INGREDIENTS Brownies • 200g butter (chopped) • 100g dark chocolate • 100g milk chocolate • 100ml brewed coffee (or milk) • 3 eggs • 120g brown sugar • 120g white sugar • 80g spelt flour (see notes) • 30g cocoa Decoration • 8 candy canes • icing (make your own or use store bought) • sprinkles or any other kind of decoration INSTRUCTIONS Brownies 1. Grease a 9″ springform pan (line the bottom) and preheat the oven to 175°C. 2. Add the butter and both chocolates to a pan and gently heat until just melted. Add the brewed coffee, stir and set to one side for a short time. 3. In a large bowl, whisk the eggs and sugars together. Add the melted chocolate/butter mixture and stir until combined. 4. Combine the flour and cocoa and stir into the wet ingredients just until everything has come together. 5. Pour into the prepared pan and bake for around 25 minutes. The top will feel very firm but an inserted skewer is not completely clean. When ready, remove from the oven. Wait ten minutes and then remove the springform sides, then allow to cool completely (you may find and hour or two in the fridge will make it easier to slice). Assembly/Decoration 1. Slice into eight wedges (as you would a normal cake). 2. Chop the bottoms off the candy canes and stick them into the long side of the wedges. Cover with whatever you are using to decorate. Enjoy! NOTES • I use metric (grams and decilitres) in my recipes because scales are the most accurate way to measure ingredients. At one time, I did convert to cups, but as these are not the same all over the world, felt that I wasn’t comfortable converting myself. • I used spelt in my brownies but you could do a straight swap with regular or gluten free (ready blended) flour. Reply Add Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.