Prep 10 mins
Cook 1 hr
I got this from my friend, Scott McHaffie. I think he got it from a cookbook, but I don't remember which one. I adapted it from pan brownies to a De Marle (silicone bakeware) tartlet tray.
- 1 cup butter
- 4 ounces baker's unsweetened chocolate squares
- 2 cups sugar
- 4 eggs
- 1 cup flour
- 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
- Preheat oven to 375.
- Melt butter and baker's chocolate until smooth.
- Mix in sugar and eggs.
- Fold in flour and chocolate chips and mix only until combined (the less mixing, the more moist).
- For bites, fill each tartlet to top.
- Cook for 15 minutes.
- Cool 5-10 minutes and pop out to finish cooling on wire racks.
- Repeat until all the batter is cooked.
- For pan brownies, grease 9X13 pan and pour in mixture.
- Bake 20-25 minutes.
These are absolutely delicious!!!!! I don't own a tartlet pan so I used my mini muffin pan, kept the temperature at 375 and baked for 11 minutes. The brownie bites came out perfect. Now, to find a place to hide them so I can take them to work in the morning. Thanks for posting this recipe.
I also used mini muffin tins and 11 min was how long I cooded too. I used less sugar (1 1/4 C) and whole wheat flour and they still tasted good. Very easy to make as I microwaved the chocolate squares.
Everybody loved these. First time we cut the sugar to 1 1/2 cups and baked in mini muffin pan (using mini muffin papers) at 325 for 11 minutes. It seemed they were partially cooked on the stove so it did not need that much oven time. We removed from the oven and as waiting around 15 minutes for the trays to cool a bit before popping them out. The second time, we cut the butter to 2/3 of a cup and kept the sugar at 1 1/2 cup, also still cooked at 325. Main thing we found was to have all ingrediants on hand before starting and the second the butter and choc are melted put in the sugar and eggs and once they are stired in completely put in the flour and choc chips. I used a Kitchenaid ceramic clad iron casserole pot for cooking as it was nice even heat switching between medium low and low heat. We sprinkled a light bit of powdered sugar on top just to give them a pretty finished look.