Friday, May 20, 2011

Dulce de Leche Chocolate Brownies

When I saw Wendy made this Dulce de Leche,I found it's interesting.So, I follow her method and did 1 can.After that I don't know what should I do with this dulce de leche? I really,really don't know, I just keep it,until I drop by Annie's blog.She made Caramel Brownies,so I was thinking, change the caramel to dulce le leche and  here we are, Dulce de Leche Chocolate Brownies.I use her recipe as a guide line, and although the outer(top) layer crispy a bit, but the result, fantastic, so yummy!! Here's the recipe that I adapted from her blog and modefied...

I am submitting to Aspiring Bakers #7 - Chocolate Delight(May 2011) hosted by DG from Tested and tasted


For Brownies:
210 gm unsalted butter
350 gm chocolate , coarsely chopped
3/4 cup caster sugar
4 eggs
1 tbsp vanilla essence
11/4 cups all-purpose flour
1/2 tsp salt
1 cup semisweet chocolate chips(I forget to

For the filling:
400gm dulce de leche
1/3 cup heavy cream ( I use whipping cream)

Line 8 inch square pan with foil.
Pre-heat the oven to 180C.
Sieve all-purpose flour.
Combine the butter and chocolate in a heatproof bowl set over a pan of simmering water.
Heat,stirring occasionally, until completely melted and smooth.
Remove bowl from heat.
Whisk in the sugar, eggs and vanilla essence until incorporated.
Stir in salt and flour, just combined.
Spread about half of the brownie batter in the prepared pan.
Bake for 20 minutes.
Remove from the oven and let it cool for 20 minutes.

Meanwhile, make the filling.
Combine the dulce de leche and whipping cream in a medium saucepan over a small heat.
Stirring frequently until well combined.My texture not very smooth, still got small lumps.
Immediately spread the filling over the cooked brownie.
Pour the remaining batter over the filling.Spread evenly.
Sprinkle chocolate chips on top of the brownie.
Bake for 30-40 minutes.
Slice and serve.

This is my dulce de leche.I think I overcooked it.
This is the filling,still got small lumps there but nevermind, cause later I'll bake it and it's in the middle of the brownie...hahaha..


Ho kang tao said... sample for nuffnanger to try??=)

lena said...

hi, coming by to say thank you for dropping by my blog. I still havent attempted making my own ddl yet, just that i know it's very sweet and i bet your brownies must have been really yummy!

Nava.K said...

Delicious, can imagine with a bite, oozing out with the filing.

yummylittlecooks said...

Thank you:)

Anncoo said...

I still got a can of dulce de leche in my cupboard still thinking what to make. Your post just come on time. Thanks for sharing this lovely recipe.

Cooking Gallery said...

Yum, the brownies look so deliciously moist and chocolaty...!

wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or more said...

Your can of DDL isn't overcooked.
The darker it is, the deeper the flavour.
I have a few DDL recipes in my blog, why don't u check those out.

j3ss kitch3n said...

this look so yummy!!

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

I have bookmarked DDL recipe quite long, but have yet to try out. Your just remind me to try it out soon. Your brownies look so nice.

Jay said...

looks divine..
stop by my space for a surprise dear..
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Now Serving said...

that looks SO delicious! Completely drooling over this! Look forward to following your recipes - please do stop by my blog and always love another follower :)

My Little Space said...

Hi there, thanks for stopping by my blog earlier. You have a very lovely blog here. And this DDL chocolate brownie looks absolutely irresistible. Btw, your DDL looks just great. Hope to hear from you more often.
Cheers, Kristy

briarrose said...

Incredibly rich, moist brownies. These look so good.

DG said...

Irresistable delicious DDL brownies!

Cheah said...

Those brownies look inviting. Looks like DDL is a popular ingredient now!

yummylittlecooks said...

Thank you for stopping by and all the lovely comments.

Eftychia said...

Simply delicious! Thanks for the recipe!

Anonymous said...

Nice and thanks!