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Pampered chef Brownie Pan

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alemci Tue 28-Oct-14 11:49:27

Has anyone got one. Bought on ebay and want to use it to bake recipes from scratch as oppose to buying a cake mix etc. It makes 12 brownies and looks fab but i need the right proportions. It suggests a 519g packet mix as optimal but no info on raw ingredients.

thanks

iwantgin Tue 28-Oct-14 12:39:10

Is it the Muffin Pan?

I used to use mine for Yorkshire Puddings -no fat!

However it is now broken.

alemci Tue 28-Oct-14 14:25:36

no definitely Brownie pan, i want to get mini muffin pan too. may do usual recipe and fill up each section.

alemci Tue 28-Oct-14 14:26:19

is yours stonewear?

alemci Wed 29-Oct-14 14:19:18

i used my usual recipe. they looked nice but were a bit dryer than usual

DoughnutSelfie Fri 31-Oct-14 13:37:53

This recipe fits the brownie pan perfectly:

3large eggs
225g salted butter
320g golden caster sugar
160g cocoa powder (not drinking choc)
1teaspoon vanilla extract
180g plain flour

Melt butter, sugar and cocoa in your biggest pan, gentle heat. Remove from heat to cool a bit while you beat the eggs and vanilla seperately.
Tip in the eggs/vanilla and then beat into the melted mess with a whisk
Fold in the flour
This is quite a thick batter so help it into your brownie pan

20-25mins at 150, watch it carefully, you want a bit of wobble which will firm up as the pan cools

Report back!

DoughnutSelfie Fri 31-Oct-14 13:41:59

Oh poo that's the square baker I am on about, not the brownie pan. Shoulda googled correct item before launching in.

Why am I so THICK?

(Slinks away)

alemci Fri 31-Oct-14 16:58:16

Thanks its the Brownie Pan that is in 12 sections so may need shorter bake time.

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