A great recipe to use up leftover pumpkin or just good as comfort food in winter with a hot chocolate.


Ingredients (makes 30 squares (depending how thick you cut them))

  • 1 packet chocolate cake mix
  • 250g pumpkin puree (smooth)
  • 1 tablespoon cinnamon

Method

  1. Prepare a baking pan by lining it with baking paper. Preheat oven on 180C.
  2. Make the cake mix according to packet up until the step where you pour it into a baking pan.
  3. Mix the cinnamon through the pumpkin puree, making sure it is smooth. You may have to blitz it in a food processor. Layer the pumpkin puree and chocolate cake mix in alternating layers.
  4. Drag a toothpick across the top of the end product to create swirls through the brownie.
  5. Bake for approx 40-45 mins or until a skewer comes out clean.

  • Brownie’s are great to hide veggies in ! I make a brownie with grated raw sweet potato. Instead of sweet potato I use sometimes pumpkin, beetroot or beans. I prefer to make the brownie mixture myself.

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  • I make a pumpkin fruit cake and it is delicious. I imagine the chocolate brownie would have a lovely texture with pumpkin in it. Thanks.

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  • Such a unique recipe. Just won’t tell the hubby there’s pumpkin in there!

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  • Looks awesome …and I was only thinking how wonderful the slice would be if you celebrated Halloween.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  • Can you taste the pumpkin at all?

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  • Wow, so easy. Thank you

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  • Wow, never knew you could use pumkin like that. Great recipe!


    • Pumpkin is so versatile and really can be used in so many yummy recipes.

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  • Must try this, looks like a great way to sneak veg in

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  • Thanks – pumpkin and chocolate brownie sounds different and looks good. Will give it a go – do love brownies and pumpkin is good in baked goodies.

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  • It’s different with the pumpkin puree! Sound’s easy to make!

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  • ok, not too sure about this one.

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  • sounds interesting, be good to have a taste!

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  • I would neve have thought of that combination. I THINK IT MIGHT BE QUITE NICE ACTUALLY. After all the American pumpkin pie is sweet too if I AM NOT WRONG!

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  • Wow what an interesting combination!

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  • I don’t buy mixes but the combination of pumpkin and chocolate looks really delicious!!

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