Tuesday, 23 September 2014

Toblerone Chocolate Brownies

This is a brownies with a wonderfully chewy yet gooey texture, and a deep chocolate flavor. 
Not forgetting the legendary Swiss milk chocolate with honey and almond nougat; Toblerone. Instead of crunching into pieces, I choose to embed it into the batter.
How's the overall taste wise?
Certainly A Food to Die for .... haha ....

Here are the Ingredients: 

  • 220g Cadbury dark chocolate bar
  • 85g salted butter
  • 50g brown sugar
  • 2 beaten egg
  • 50g all purpose flour
  • 15g cocoa powder
  • 5g espresso powder 
  • Toblerone (9 large pieces) depending on loaf pan 

Grease the loaf pan and line with parchment paper.
Sift all the flour and powder in a bowl, then set aside.
Break the chocolate bar, then melt it together with butter by double boiler technique.
When the chocolate had completely melted, add the brown sugar, then mix well.
Add the beaten egg.
Whisk in the sifted flour.
Pour the batter in loaf pan.
Place the toblerone in the centre, then press it down to the bottom.
Bake with 180 Celsius in 30 minutes.
Move the cake out from loaf pan and let it cool completely on wire rack. 

Refrigerate at least 4 hours to get a nice cut for your cake.
This post is linked to Best Recipe for Everyone September Event: Chocolate Wonderland
hosted by Xuan Hom's Mum Kitchen Diary.

And Cook Your Book #16 , hosted by Joyce's Kitchen Flavours.


  1. wow...how could you be this cruel to me?I want some o...
    Thanks for sharing with BREE^^

  2. Hi Thea, this Toblerone Chocolate Brownies is sooo chocolatey ! It's'killing' as I've been craving for chocolate lately ...

    1. yaya. two different taste of chocolate u can taste in one go.

  3. Hi Thea,
    I can see why this is to die for! Looks so delicious with the Toblerone in the centre. And I've just posted a bread recipe with a bar of chocolate in the centre! Haha!
    Thanks for linking with CYB!

    1. ya...i saw it too. i try putting chocolate spread inside the bread too. the outcome not bad. u may try it next time.

  4. this looks awfully chocolate indeed. i like how it turned out.. like little stitches on the socks

  5. Hi Thea, I absolutely love this idea!!! I was wondering what was poking out of the cake. How clever!