Doing a spot of baking on Friday, I decided to try something a little different, on a suggestion my step-son made a few weeks back; White Chocolate Brownies. I basically followed the exact same recipe I use for regular brownies, but swapped out my dark chocolate for white chocolate!
Start by beating three medium eggs with 325g Caster sugar in a stand mixer; beat until they're thick, white and fluffy. Meanwhile, break 200g White chocolate into a glass bowl, and add 175g Butter, cubed. Melt this, either over a pan of simmering water, or in thirty-second bursts in the microwave, stirring in between.
Pour the melted chocolate and butter into the egg and sugar mixture, and continue to beat for a few seconds until combined. Turn the mixer speed down to low and add 140g Plain flour and ¼tsp Vanilla extract; beat until just combined. Pour the mixture into a baking tin lined with baking paper; my tin is around 30cm x 20cm. Place in the oven at 170°C for 30-35 minutes, until golden brown on top. Remove and allow to cool before slicing into squares.
These are actually really easy to make and worked so well; they taste amazing! They're quite gooey and fudgy in texture, which is exactly how I like my brownies. If you're a lover of white chocolate, I'd definitely recommend you give these a go, and I'd love to hear how you get on.
Have you tried adapting any chocolate recipes to use white chocolate? What would you like to try?