Tuesday, April 18, 2017

3-Ingredient Brownies (With VIDEO)

3-Ingredient Brownies are moist, chewy, chocolaty and oh so fudgy. They come together in just 5 minutes. And the taste is spectacular.

3-Ingredient Brownies are moist, chewy, chocolaty and oh so fudgy. They come together in just 5 minutes. And the taste is spectacular. They are sweet enough to be a treat and not overly decadent. Definitely my new go to everyday brownie recipe. 

After dropping off my 6-year-old and a batch of these brownies for babysitting, we got full approval from Gigi (my mother-in-law and our family chocoholic). So if Gigi loves them you will too.

3-Ingredient Brownies Video
I love making brownies, but I like something quick and easy for those extra occasions when I just want to whip something up really quick and head out the door in a few minutes.

That is where these totally ahhhhhmazing 3-Ingredient Brownies come in. I literally just dump ingredients in a bowl, mix and pour in the pan. 20 minutes later I have fabulous perfect brownies.

Have you ever tried to cut brownies straight out of the oven? You pretty much end up with a mess of a brownie pan. I used to have the same problem until a friend of mine gave me a tip.

I have to say this tip especially comes in handy when preparing food gifts. At Christmas, I pack up about 30 food gifts and every last one has brownies.

They are moist, chewy, chocolaty and oh so fudgy. They come together so easily and the taste is spectacular. They are sweet enough to be a treat and not overly decadent. Definitely my new go to everyday brownie recipe.

Enjoy!

With love from our simple kitchen to yours. 

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3-Ingredient Brownies
SERVES 16 | ACTIVE TIME 5 Min | TOTAL TIME 25 Min



1-1/4 cup (13-ounce container) Nutella Chocolate Hazelnut Spread
2 large eggs
1/2 cup (heaping) all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon kosher salt

Preheat oven 350°F. Prepare an 8"x8"  baking pan with cooking spray. Set aside.

Mix chocolate spread and eggs in a medium bowl until combined. Add flour and
salt. Mix until combined.

Pour batter into prepared pan. Bake 20 minutes or until a cake tester or toothpick comes out clean. Serve and enjoy!

DONNA'S TIPS: To make these gluten-free, use your favorite gluten-free all-purpose flour.

Cut the brownies with a disposable plastic knife. The knife cuts through the brownies like butter and does not tear up the edges. Even when they are hot.

Recipe developed by Donna Elick - The Slow Roasted Italian
Copyright ©2015 The Slow Roasted Italian – All rights reserved.

31 comments:

  1. There's a lot of wasted space to scroll through to get to the recipe!

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    1. I apologize for the trouble, there seems to be a formatting issue. Tech is working on prettying it up for us. Thank you for scrolling for it.

      xoxo

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  2. Oh my goodness Donna- these look and sound amazing! PS- totally worth scrolling for;)

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  3. I see four ingredients, lol. Still look delicious!

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    1. I thought the same thing.....

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    2. Salt and pepper do not count when tallying recipe ingredients. Funny though. Enjoy and let us know how it goes.

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    3. When making a recipe...you generally don't count salt in on the number of ingredients because you use it everywhere.. She is aware of the 'comments' concerning the 'number' of ingredients. In the long run the question that begs to be answered is: Do you LIKE the brownies? Have you even MADE the brownies...or are you too busy just BI*CHING about the number of ingredients to fill your pathetic life?

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  4. Thats four ingredients. .

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  5. Nutella is very expensive in Brazil. They would not be very cost-effective ;(

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    1. Same here in AK... these would be called "3 Ingredient $12 brownies" haha I think I'll stick to my $2 boxed mix!

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  6. I made these today and my family thought they were too salty. Most other versions of this recipe that I've seen do not have salt. If I make them again I would definitely cut the salt in half! Otherwise they were good and easy!

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  7. I never see a "print" tab next to your recipes. I have to copy and paste it into Word.

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  8. I see a lot of Negative Nancy's posting :( She was kind enough to provide a recipe, no need to hound her about formatting, cost of ingredients, or saying there are 4 ingredients instead of 3 blah blah. Geez!

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    1. I see that all the time too.

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  9. Thank you for the cutting tip. I'll have to try it next time. My daughter is allergic to tree nuts, but can eat peanut butter. I wonder if this would work with one of the chocolate peanut butters?

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  10. Looks yummy! Could this work with peanut butter?

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    1. Chocolate Peanut Butter might work fine in the recipe but your Brownies would not be very chocolaty. Nutella doesn't have a super nutty taste, but the chocolate peanut butters taste very peanut buttery. So I think you'll end up with peanut butter bars w/ chocolate. Good luck!

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  11. condiments never count as ingredients.
    Thank you for the recipe. If you need to make the nutella at home just purchase hazelnuts and cocoa powder and look up the a recipe on pinterest or your favorite place..... or you can use any other type of nut, walnut,cashew these are great replacements for the hazelnut.

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  13. The best recipe ever that I tried for brownies

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  14. For those complaining that these are $12 brownies versus $2 brownie mix...umm, you get what you pay for and the $2 mix requires eggs, oil (usually), so how do these cost $12?? If one bakes, one has flour and one usually has eggs (2 are fairly cheap prorated cost of a dozen), sea salt at Aldi is $1per 8 0z or more grinder, never seen it anywhere over $2 and Nutella is a brand name at most in my area is less than $4 per container but buying store brand or JIF is $1 to $3 so huge exaggeration that these are $12 brownies...I made them for less than $4 and they are awesome! I even made them reducing the 'nutella' a bit to swirl in peanut butter...also awesome!

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    1. Nutella in some areas is hideously expensive.

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  15. I made these today with chocolate chips instead of Nutella, simply because I didn't have Nutella, 1 tsp of vanilla, two eggs and 3/4 cup ground almonds. Very definitely the best brownies ever!

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  16. Do u have to use sea salt or does regular salt work fine?

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    1. You can use any salt. If substituting with a fine grain salt (such as table salt reduce the amount to 3/4 teaspoon). Enjoy and let us now how it goes.

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    2. What was the measurement for nutella?

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  17. What was the nutella measurement?

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  18. What was the measurement for nutella?

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  19. Why can't these recipe bloggers just put the recipe up, and leave the stories and garbage for scrolling and linking? And learn to count, you can't have a three ingredient recipe that has FOUR ingredients!

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  20. Bahahahaha. Awesome reply.

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