Heavenly Hot Chocolate Brownies
These are to-die-for heavenly hot chocolate brownies. You must print this and save it for a day you need a brownie recipe or are in the mood for some good chocolate. This is a brand new recipe my daughter created by using a homemade yellow cake mix, half-ing it and then adding chocolate from American Heritage.
American Heritage Historic Chocolate is chocolate made in the 18th century with simple ingredients and natural flavors. No preservatives and it is all 63% cacao. They have chocolate drink (finely grated powder mix), chocolate blocks, chocolate bites and chocolate sticks. You are using chocolate from a recipe created in 1750. Before all the high fructose corn syrup, GMO’s and crazy additives that no one can pronounce. The chocolate has ingredients like: Chocolate, sugar, cocoa, butter, spices, annatto, salt and natural flavors.
Recipe below. To print it scroll down to the bottom. The basic recipe that we modified is from Better Homes and Gardens New Cookbook from the 60’s.
Basic ingredients and cake mix started.
1 2/3 cups flour.
1 1/4 cups milk.
1/4 cup softened butter.
1 2/3 cups sugar.
1 bar American Heritage chocolate broken into small pieces 1/2 cup chocolate drink mix.
1 1/4 teaspoons baking powder.
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract (click link for my homemade vanilla extract).
Added in 1/2 cup of the finely grated chocolate drink mix. Mix well and pour into a greased small baking dish. Bake for 30-35 minutes.
Optional to add frosting or icing after it cools off.
Heavenly Hot Chocolate Brownies are great for an at-home treat or make for your next party or potluck. People will be raving about them for weeks to come. Bring them for bake sales, Christmas work parties or just make them for dessert for your family. Grab a glass of milk and you have the perfect dessert for everyone at the table.