Just Some Gooey Salted Caramel Brownies

That got your attention didn't it? Because who can resist a gooey brownie... with salted caramel in it? Not me.

I feel like brownies can be somewhat controversial, or at least very personal. Everyone likes brownies, but in a different way. Some people like cake brownies, some like gooey, some like them as a dessert, some as a snack. I for one really love my brownies to be gooey and fudgey, the type that glues your mouth together. Yep.

I got it into my head that one way to make brownies as gooey as possible is to add moisture... and in that case moisture comes in a salted caramel form. I have to be honest, you can't really distinctly taste the caramel in these, but I don't think you can with any brownies really, but maybe that's just me. So even though you don't get the flavour, you get the gooey moisture and that's good enough for me.

Let me tell you, there are A LOT of brownie recipes on the internet, like serious amounts, but the one I decided to take inspiration from is this one. However I have altered the recipe to suit my own preferences  :)

Trust me these brownies are GORGEOUS and were a massive hit with the boy. They also kept really well, I forgot to package them away whilst we went away for the weekend so they stayed out on the kitchen counter top and were still just as gooey when we came back on Sunday.

Anyway, recipe is as follows below !

What You Need
115g unsalted butter
230g dark chocolate 70% cocoa solids at least
200g light brown sugar
3 large eggs
1 tsp vanilla extract
120g plain flour
100g white chocolate chips
Half a jar of salted caramel

What You Need To Do
Preheat your oven to 170c (fan) and prepare your deep brownie tin with baking parchment
Melt your chocolate and butter on a low heat, leave to cool
Mix the butter and chocolate in with the sugar
When full incorporated, add the eggs, mixing well after each egg is added
Fold in the sieved plain flour and cocoa powder and mix well
Then the salted caramel and vanilla extract, again mix well
And finally add the chocolate chips making sure they are well mixed and evenly distributed
Pour the mixture into your prepared tin
Place in the oven to bake for 30-35 mins

Remove from the oven, leave to cool (optional) and enjoy!

Let me know if you do give these a try :)