Baileys Fudge Brownie Recipe...

By Lucy Harbron - 13:01

Just in time for Christmas, here's a suitably indulgent, boozy and festive recipe to knock up quickly and easily to impress any and all guests. 3 words; Baileys, fudge, brownie.

You will need...
For the brownie:
168g of unsalted butter
207g of caster sugar
1tsp of vanilla extract
3 tbsp of Baileys, or any other kind of Irish cream
2 eggs
98g of plain flour
43g of cocoa
1/4 tsp of baking powder
A pinch of salt

For the fudge:
120g/120ml of sweetened condensed milk
312g of chocolate - either chocolate chips or baking chocolate will melt best
5 tbsp of Baileys
1/2 tsp of vanilla extract

What to do...
1) Preheat the oven to 176 degrees, and prep a 9x9 baking pan (or a size as close to that as you have)

2) Melt the butter and combine the butter, sugar, vanilla and Baileys in a bowl. Add the eggs and mix.

3) In a separate bowl combine the flour, cocoa, baking powder and salt. Then add to the wet mixture and mix until combined.

4) Pour the batter into the pan, spread as even as possible and bake for 20 minutes.

5) When the brownie is done and cooled, get to work on the fudge by mixing the condensed milk, chocolate, baileys and vanilla in a glass or metal bowl.

6) Put the bowl over simmering water and mix until everything is melted and smooth.

7) Spread this over the brownie and pop it in the fridge or a cool place to set for 4 hours if you can bear being that patient.

Perfect to soothe your sweet tooth with some mulled wine and a Christmas movie.

Have an incredible Christmas however you celebrate, mwah

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