Meringue and Mallow Brownies

I bought some of the WW mini meringues and marshmallows a couple of weeks ago and have been thinking about how to use them in a recipe since. They make a perfect addition to these brownies which are very similar to the Rocky Road Brownies, but even more gooey!

They are 1sp each on No Count and on WW Flex you can have 1 for 2sp or 2 for 3sp.

 

Ingredients (makes 10):

  • 50g ready oats (eg: Asda Ready Oats/Ready Brek)
  • 10g self-raising flour
  • 1tsp Sukrin gold (or other sweetener)
  • 1tsp baking powder
  • 24g cacao powder (you can use cocoa powder instead)
  • 3 medium eggs
  • 1 banana, pureed
  • 50g low fat natural yoghurt (use fat free if following WW Flex)
  • 2tsp vanilla extract
  • a pinch of salt
  • 12g milk choc chips
  • 1 packet of WW mini marshmallows
  • ½ tub WW mini meringues

Method

  1. Preheat the oven to 180C.
  2. Mix the banana, egg yolks, vanilla, Sukrin gold and yoghurt.
  3. Lightly whisk the egg whites and fold in.
  4. Add the oats, flour, baking powder, cacao powder and salt and mix well.
  5. Stir the marshmallows and half the choc chips into the mixture.
  6. Break the meringues in half and stir them in too.
  7. Pour into a greaseproof papered brownie tin and top with the remaining choc chips.
  8. Bake for 18 mins (insert a skewer to check that it’s cooked all the way through).
  9. Allow to cool in the brownie tin and cut into portions.

Enjoy!

 

12 thoughts on “Meringue and Mallow Brownies”

  1. Can you help me with the conversion from 50g to ?? I tried to do it on my own – but I really messed it up!! Yikes!!

      1. the recipe calls for 50g of oats (for example)
        – what is that in cups? ounces? etc? Or should I just weigh it on the scale?

        1. 10g of self rising flour – to what? I don’t know – I have looked at conversion charts on line and can’t get my head around it. I was going to try again and just use the scale. But how to you weigh yogurt? Thanks for your help

          1. Hi Linda, 10g means 10 grams. This is equivalent to 0.35 ounces. I use a scale to weigh it out. I also use a scale to weigh the yogurt. I put a dish on the scale and put the yogurt in that. Hope that helps 💜💕 Helen xxxxx

  2. Hi
    Please can you tell me the approx size of your brownie tin? ( I’ve just made your delicious banana and mango cake and now I want to bake some more! Thank you, you’ve got me back into cooking from scratch X

    1. Hi Ann, my brownie tin is 24cm x 18cm. I’m so glad you’re enjoying baking and hope you enjoy these too:-) Have a great weekend, Helen xxxx

  3. Have you ever tried to freeze these and/or cooked them in individual cake cases (my tin isn’t suitable)? Thanks!

    1. Hi Chloe, I haven’t frozen these but I have frozen some of the other brownies and they were fine. You could cook them in individual cases but just keep an eye on them – they might not need as long in the oven. 👍🏻💕 Enjoy! Helen xxxx

    1. Thank you Joanne – glad you enjoyed these 😋😋💕 I made some for the family for this weekend and we’ll finish them off today. They were baked three days ago, kept in the fridge and they’ll still be brill warmed up in the microwave/oven. Enjoy the rest of your weekend 💕 Helen xxxx

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