Birthday Milka Brownies

I am constantly on the look out for candy and chocolate that I can use in baking.  I’m such a dork that I actually constantly browse the Wal-mart website to see what’s new in baking and candy (is that a bit weird?)!  As a result, when the lovely Lulu from Cybercandy gave me the option to review one of their new products, I jumped at the chance to review this new Milka Birthday chocolate bar.  Why?  Because I thouht it would make the perfect brownie!

DSC_0247I’ve also been a massive Milka fan – as a little girl in Germany, I used to save my allowance so that I could afford Alpine Milk Creme Bars.  But the birthday cake bar is a really good fit for brownies – in addition to having that creamy Milka chocolate, about half the bar is composed of white chocolate, which makes for a great texture for a brownie.  I was really happy with this recipe, and I’d definitely recommend using this Milka bar to get it right!

Multi Chocolate Brownies (adapted from a recipe from the Velvet Moon Baker)


175g Milka chocolate

175g unsalted butter

3 eggs

250g caster sugar

75g plain flour

40g cocoa powder

DSC_0246Cream butter and sugar together.  Melt the chocolate and the unsalted butter together in a saucepan.  Add the chocolate mixture into the saucepan.


Mix in eggs.  Sift in flour and cocoa.

DSC_0143Pour into a roasting pan lined with baking paper.  Bake for 40-45 minutes at 180C.

DSC_0148Once you can put a fork in and it comes out clean, it’s done.  Allow to cool completely, then cut into pieces.

DSC_0293I received the Milka bar free from Cybercandy to review, but all opinions are my own.  You can follow them on Facebook and Twitter if interested in ordering some delicious chocolate!


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