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Habanero Brownie


With Christmas just around the corner it’s time to bake. This rich, fudgeie brownie is so easy to make and a great treat to bring to Christmas party’s, to give as gifts Or keep all to yourself because it is that delicious! I’m not joking when I say this one is SO easy and you can use almond meal or gluten free flour depending on your dietary requirements.

So what you’re going to need is

185g Butter (salted)

450g Dark Chocolate (the best you can afford)

400g Caster Sugar

6 Eggs

125g Flour

50g Edible Alchemy Habanero, Wattleseed & Tomato Hot Sauce



And now for the easy part

Preheat oven to 320oF/160oC

Prepare brownie tray with spray oil and baking paper

Over a bain marie (bowl on top of simmering water) melt together


185g Butter

450g Dark Chocolate


While the butter and chocolate are melting, in a seperate bowl whisk together

400g Caster Sugar

6 Eggs

Now slowly add the chocolate mix to egg mix

Dont just dump all the hot butter and chocolate in at once because you will risk cooking some of the egg. Once the chocolate misx and egg mix are fully incorporated it’s time to fold in the flour


125g Flour

Finally mix in well

50g Edible Alchemy Habanero, Wattleseed & Tomato Hot Sauce


Pour batter into the prepared brownie tin

Bake for 30 – 35min

Cook until firm wobble

The key to most brownies is the wobble factor, you are looking for a wobble not a ripple.

**Don’t overcook** (if you like fudgeie brownies)

Once the brownie is cool, you can portion it.


If you are trying to really impress your friends this silly season, figure out how generous you want your pieces to be then do the math so they are all the exact same size and use a ruler. I’m not kidding when I say in my chef kit I have a “Brownie ruler”. This brownie is so rich I normally do 4cm x 4cm pieces.

We hope you enjoy our spicy take on this classic sweet treat!

Please don’t be concerned that you will end up with a thousand brownies like I did (not that it’s a bad problem to have) I made a mistake converting my work recipe.