maltesers brownies

That’s me with the chocolate batter beard. I am still wild about batters of all kinds, and this time I added a few tablespoons of malted milk powder to a batch of brownies and threw in some Maltesers. Why is this my first time making chocolate malt brownies? It will not be my last.

Maltesers (or Whoppers) in the batter not necessary… they get chewy during baking. Stick with mixing in extra malt powder and munch the balls on the side!

***Exciting news: I am a FINALIST in the “So You Wanna Be a CakeSpy” Contest!!  If you like my treat (#29), you can help me win by leaving a comment at the end of the contest post, commenting on Flickr, or clicking “like” on FacebookI have been a CakeSpy fan for years, and I am thrilled to be in such sweet company. The thought of winning a trip to Seattle is unreal!

14 thoughts on “maltesers brownies

  1. What is malted milk powder? I’m from Europe and don’t know what ingredient this could be. Is it like like chocolate powder that you add to milk but with some malt flavours?

  2. Big surprise, another reader who found your blog through “Freshly Pressed”. I’ve looked around your site for a bit and I’ve got to say, I really like your style — both the pictures and the food itself. The pictures are pretty and mouth-watering, and many of your recipes seem unusual (at least to me 🙂 ) in a positive, refreshing kind of way. Also, sweet-tooth-bonus. :]

    Speaking of which — if you ever decide to post your brownie recipe, I’ll be delighted (and off to the kitchen in no time). They look moist and chocolatey and… now I’m hungry.

    Aynway. Keep going! 🙂

    • glad you like what you see. for this batch of brownies I used Ghirardelli’s mix as the base, but I will have to post a recipe from scratch in the future. thank you for the encouragement!

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