Give BOSH! a Shout

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms and Conditions apply.

Thank you!

Your email has been sent

Five Yum Friday

Would you like delicious recipes and other goodness delivered to your inbox every Friday?

  • Iconic BOSH! recipe ideas

  • Exciting launches & news

  • Other things we're loving

Join our Five Yum Friday list for 5 bite-sized bits of culinary awesomeness for your weekend.

Easter Brownies

Easter Brownies
Easter Brownies

These brownies made using the BOSH! Bangin' Brownie Mix are a super fun Easter treat for the whole family. Using chocolate covered strawberries to resemble carrots, this 'growing garden' is very cute and great fun to prep with the kids!

Ingredients
Method

Before you start

Piping bag | Line a baking dish with parchment | Mixing bowl | Cling film | Oven preheated to 200 degrees

Ingredients

For the brownies:

  • 2 packs BOSH! Bangin’ Brownie Mix
  • 210ml water
  • 140ml vegetable oil

For the decoration:

  • 100g vegan white chocolate
  • Vegan orange food colouring
  • 1 bar of vegan dark chocolate
  • 1 punnet of strawberries
  • Vegan chocolate frosting

Method

  1. 1.

    Prepare the wet ingredients| Prepare your BOSH! Bangin’ Brownie Mix to packet instructions and bake on a lined baking dish with parchment paper for 30-40 minutes. Once cooked, set aside to cool.

    Prepare the decoration | Melt your vegan white chocolate in the microwave and add your orange food coloring | Allow to cool for a few minutes before dipping your strawberries in in, keeping the green stems out of the chocolate mixture | Allow the chocolate to harden briefly on the strawberries before piping the remaining white chocolate in zig zags to resemble carrots | Set aside | Grate, chop or scrape your dark chocolate to give the effect of soil.

    Decorate your brownies and serve | First up, use the frosting to schmear a layer of chocolate on top of the now cooled brownies | Sprinkle over your chocolate ‘soil’ | Stick your ‘carrot’ strawberries into the soil to make it look like they’re growing out the cake, serve and enjoy.