11 delicious chocolate brownies for every occasion

Salted caramel, blondies and peanut butter – our favourite brownies feature them all.

Who doesn’t love brownies? A warmed gooey hunk of deliciousness is the perfect comfort food after a long day, or a naughty snack to add to your packed lunch. I have to admit I spend a lot of time scrolling through Instagram to find the most gorgeous creations I can – to get inspiration for my own offerings. Here are some of my favourites this week!

  1. These delicious treats
  2. These peanut butter stunners

    Which Brownie do you pick?😌🍫🍰💘 Frozen blackberries, Raspberries, Blueberries, Vanilla ice cream, Chocolate ice cream, Coconut flakes, Chocolate, Sprinkles or Cookies?💜 All of them were delicious!✌🏽 Recipe, Peanut Butter Brownies: 3/4 cups all purpose flour 1/2 cup cocoa powder 3/4 tsp baking powder 1/4 tsp salt 3/4 cup coconut sugar 1/2 cup coconut or almond yogurt 1/4 cup peanut butter 1/4 cup coconut oil 2 flax eggs ( 2tbsp flaxseeds + 5tbsp water, wait 5 minutes before adding) Preheat oven at 375F(195c). Whisk everything except flour until combined and then add the flour. Transfer to greased or lined pan. Bake for 25 to 30 minutes or until the brownie starts to pull away from the sides. Topped it with more peanut butter, healthy candy, fruits and vegan ice cream.

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  3. Smores and brownie combo – yes please!

    Hot out of the oven #smores #brownies

    A post shared by Bite Me Bakery (@bitemebakeryny) on

  4. A St Patrick’s Day special

    #happystpatricksday #brownies #goesgreatwithGuinness

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  5. What’s better than one brownie? A whole brownie loaf

    Brownie chocolate loaf by @delicious_and_healthy_by_maya 💖 Recipe: Dry ingredients: 1/2 cup brown rice flour. 1/2 cup spelt flour (you can use whole wheat or all purpose). 1/2 cup ground almonds. 1/2 tsp soda. 1/2 tsp baking powder. 1/3 tsp Himalayan salt. 1/2 tsp vanilla. 3-4 tbsp cocoa powder. 1/2 tbsp chia seeds. Wet ingredients: 1,5 flax egg (1,5 tbsp flax seeds- ground + 4,5 tbsp water). 1,5 cups almond milk plus 4 tsp apple cider vinegar. 1/2-2/3 cup sweet potato puree. 1/2 cup agave syrup. 1/4 cup melted coconut oil. 1 tsp lemon juice. 1/2 cup berries (blueberries and/or raspberries). Turn on the oven 180°. Steam the sweet potatoes cut in cubes for 10 minutes or so until soft and process into a smooth puree. Mix the milk and cider vinegar and leave to stand (to get buttermilk). Sift the flours and mix them in a bowl with all other dry ingredients. Grind the flaxseeds and mix them with water. You will see that what you’ll get will look a lot like a beaten egg. Mix oil, agave syrup and lemon juice. Mix flax, sweet potato puree and oil mixture with a spoon and add into dry ingredients, then add milk and mix again. Do it gently, do not over mix it because if you do it too harsh the cake could turn out chewy. Mix in the berries coated with a little bit of flour (this will prevent them sinking to the bottom of the cake). The batter should be fairly thick but still pourable. Pour it into the lined pan and bake for 45 minutes. Test the cake with the tooth pick. When the cake is done it should come out clean. Enjoy! #letscookvegan

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  6. These adorable loved up bites

    Sinful little #BrownieBites Happy Valentines Day!

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  7. This sexy salted caramel
  8. This easter perfection
  9. These perfect blondies

    Blondies and Lemony Drizzle

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  10. This iconic trio
  11. And these nutty offerings

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