Prep time; 15 minutes
Cook: 30 min
*(1) Betty Crocker Milk Chocolate Brownie Mix 18.4oz *(5) tbsp water (75 grams)
*1/2 cup Sunflower oil or any oil will do (10 grams)
*2 1/2 tbsp instant espresso (35 grams)
*1 cup sugar free chocolate chips (175 grams)
For the glaze
*2 tbsp water (30 grams)
*2 tsp instant espresso (2 grams)
*1 1/2 cups of confectioner sugar (187 grams)
*1 tbsp room temperature unsalted butter (14 grams)
*1 tsp vanilla extract (4 grams)
*3/4 cup chopped walnuts (80 grams)
*Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
*Spray a 9×13 or 9×9 nonstick cooking spray or grease, on the bottom of baking pan.
*Lay down parchment paper.
*Spray with nonstick cooking spray on top of parchment paper. This insures the batter “WILL NOT STICK”.
*Get a large bowl, add in the brownie mix. Add in the sunflower oil. Set that off the side for now.
*Add the espresso into the water. Mix with a spoon, until combined. Add the mixture into the brownie mix.
*Add the eggs
*At this point, get your whisk, and “DO NOT MIX ALOT”, just until combined.
*Add in sugar free chocolate chips to the mixture. “REMEMBER DO NOT MIX LONG”.
*With your spatula, give it a mix and flop and fold, get all the mixture combined. Not long.
*Pour batter into the baking pan. Your 9×13 or 9×9.
*Cook for 30 minutes until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean. If its clean, you are good to go!
*Let the brownies cool in the cooking pan for 30 minutes.
Upon Waiting for the brownies to cool, lets start on the glaze.
*In a bowl add your confectioner sugar. Add in your room temperate butter.
*Mix in your espresso in water. Mix with a spoon, until combined.
*Add the espresso into the confectioner sugar mixture.
*Add your vanilla extract to the mixture.
*Devolve the butter with your spatula, until the butter is broken up.
*Whisk until smooth, 20-30 seconds.
*Pour the glaze on the cooled brownies.
*Apply the chopped walnuts and apply them on the brownies. Doesn’t have to be perfect!
*Wait 20-25 for the glaze to set in.
*Enjoy your amazing brownies, and please hide them, they will not last long in your house! Hide them under the bed, anywhere but the kitchen.