Have you ever ate Pumpkin? How about Pumpkin Brownies?This Autumn, you must try my recipe for pumpkin brownies.
Baking with pumpkin is one of my favorite flavors. I grew up in America, every Halloween and Thanksgiving and even Christmas, I have made some kind of recipe with pumpkin in it. The flavor is unique and one all on it’s own. You must try it before you dismiss it. After living in the UK for 13 years, you can now get it easily from Amazon and other shops.
Here is my recipe for Pumpkin Brownies UK
This one is a quit, easy and fun family recipe to make with the kids. We kind of made it a cheat recipe to save time for those busy parents. These pumpkin brownies can be made with box brownie mix or if you want to really get your baking skills out you can make homemade chocolate brownies yourself and add the pumpkin mix to it. Either way it comes out tasty delicious.
You can marble and layer the pumpkin brownies mix how ever you see fit. We like the marble effect using a chopstick. You could layer it one on top of the other too. It’s totally up to you how you make your brownies.
Pumpkin Brownies UK
chewy chocolate brownies with pumpkin cake swirled into it
- 1 box Brownie Mix (make according to box but don't bake yet) or make homemade
- 1/2 cup Libby's Pure Pumpkin Puree amazon.co.uk sells it
- 1 egg
- 2 tsp ground nutmeg
- 3 tsp cinnamon
- 1/2 cup sugar
Preheat oven to 180C.
In medium bowl, make brownie mix according to the box but don't bake yet. Set bowl of brownie mix aside to make pumpkin mix.
Line square baking pan with parchment paper.
In medium bowl, whisk egg and sugar until thick like whip cream.
Add pumpkin puree and fold in.
Sift flour and spices and fold in gently.
Spoon dollops of chocolate brownie mix and pumpkin mix at random in lined pan.
Taking a chop stick or butter knife swirl the top giving a marble effect.
Bake 45-55 minutes or until top is crispy. Stick a knife in the middle to ensure no gooey middle. Cool completely and then cut into squares.
These Brownies recipe are perfect for Halloween and Autumn coming up. The kids love this for after school snacks too. I say, make them all year and pair with a cup of coffee. YUM!
Check out my other pumpkin recipes you might want to try. Tis the season, for some pumpkin in your kitchen!
Try Pumpkin Cheesecake: A great alternative to Pumpkin Pie for Thanksgiving.
Or Pumpkin Fudge: My absolutely favorite for Christmas presents.
Finally, Pumpkin Cupcakes with Salted Caramel Drizzle Frosting: Perfect alternative to an Autumnal birthday party.
As always, if you try one of my recipes, please let me know on social media and tag me. I would love to re-share your version. (@letstalkmommy).