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  • Makes 20
  • 40 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 6 Ingredients

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This is a favourite in our house. And when the children have party days at school all the kids ask for their Mum’s Brownies. We have now started giving them in a jar as a present. Perfect to have on the shelf for that day you need a sweet treat.


Ingredients (makes 20 slices)

  • 1 1/3 Cups Sifted Plain Flour
  • 2 Cups Sugar
  • 3/4 Cup Sifted CoCo Powder or CoCoa (for Less Sugar)
  • 1/4 Teaspoon Baking Powder
  • 4 Eggs slightly beaten
  • 250g Melted Butter

Method

  1. Sift Ingredients.
  2. Arrange in a Mason Jar in layer to create coloured pattern.
  3. Pre Heat oven at 170C. Line a square or rectangle baking tin.
  4. When Time to Bake: Pour jar into a large mixing bowl and add wet ingredients.
  5. Mix until combined
  6. Pour into lined tin and bake for 30-50 minutes depending on oven and how gooey you love your Brownies.
  7. Leave to cool for 3-5 minutes in pan before turning out (right side up). Cut to desired Size.

Notes

My oven only takes 30 minutes, but when my sister cooks this same recipe she bakes for almost an hour. I suggest to check at the 30 minute mark and then bake to desired firmness. If you bake too long it will just be a chocolate cake.

  • What a great idea. Haven’t seen or heard of this before. Thanks.

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  • Love your brownies in a jar,very nice!

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  • *DROOLS!* These sound amazing! Thanks so much for sharing! :D

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  • Thanks for sharing! They sound delicious!

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  • Very nice idea, thanks for sharing =)

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  • Thanks for sharing; looks so pretty in the jar!


    • Thanks again for sharing; have shared this clever and yummy idea/recipe with friends.

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  • This looks likea great idea. Have seen plenty of recipes for cookies in a jar but not brownies.
    Great tip- Thank you! Love this site!

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  • thanks for sharing your recipe

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  • This a great idea! I love brownies and to have it ready in a jar half ready will be handy! Thank you.

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  • this is a great idea and you could decorate the jar or personalize it

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  • I really want to try this one

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  • What a great idea, would never have thought to keep the mixture in a jar to use later.

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  • this is such a wonderful idea, wonderful as gifts too, thanks for sharing

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  • what a great way to make brownies from a prepared jar mix

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  • What a clever idea! and these sound yummy. I’m guessing the oven is set for an electric oven? So fan forced would be lower and gas too..I must try these as my biggest boy (hubby) loves a gooey chewy brownie

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