Brownies IV

April 11, 2008

Bro having his PS3-gaming-throughout-the-night Session with some of his friends tonight, he actually requested for cookies. YES! Dorie’s chocolate chip cookies =/ it will be like my 4th time in 2 weeks if I’m making them again. Rejected that request, 1stly, I’m behind time on my thesis! >.< and 2ndly, I love that cookie, enjoy the process of making them, but if I make them too often, I might turn myself into a cookie making robot that only produces 1 kind of cookie. 😛

This is actually the same recipe as cakey brownies I’m always using. But instead of creaming the butter this time, I just simply melted it, throw in all the other ingredients, mix with a spoon. =X me being lazy here~ greatly shorten preparation time, simplified the whole process and it is a now a 1 bowl recipe. Added in 50g of chocolate chips as well and *drum roll* fudgey brownies! 😀


80g Butter (melted)
100g Sugar (I like it bittersweet, do feel free to increase it to your liking)
2 Eggs
1 tsp Vanilla Essence

60g Plain Flour
30g Cocoa Powder
1/4 tsp Baking Powder

50g chocolate chips
60g Chopped Walnuts

Some nuts for Toppings (optional)


  1. Preheat Oven to 175 Degree C. Grease baking pan.
  2. Mix all the ingredients in (A) till combined.
  3. Sift ingredients in (A) into the mixture. Mix with a fork/spoon
  4. Add in chocolate chips and walnuts, mix.
  5. Pour the mixture into greased pan.
  6. Bake for 20-25mins.

I’m lazy today anything simple + easy + less clean-up = GOOD… but I seriously feel fudgey taste better than cakey! =X moist, dense and chocolatey…

– .: Lazy Baker Lee :.



  1. What a coincidence! I just baked some brownies last week. I prefer fudgy brownies too! Do check out my post soon 😉

  2. even before reading your post, i saw your pictures and thought, “man, those are some fudgy brownies.” they look simply scrumptious.

  3. Aimei: *high five* 😀 i will definitely be looking forward to your post!

    Grace: Thanks grace~ ^^ fudgey brownies are my new love~ ❤

  4. That’s my kind of brownie, soft, moist and fudgy!

  5. Those look nice and dense and moist and good. I like the walnuts in them.

  6. Hi, may i know what is the size of the baking pan used?

  7. The mixture is quite a small portion, I’m using a standard slice pan, and the mixture does not fill it up. Is it best to just double/triple the quantities in your recipe above?

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