Baker shares recipe for indulgent Nutella and marshmallow brownies

Baker shares simple 10-step recipe for very indulgent Nutella and marshmallow brownies and Instagram users say they’re ‘drooling’ over it

  • Eloise Head, 26, from Hampshire shared a simple recipe to her page FitWaffle
  • In a video recipe she uses 10-ingredients to whip up the indulgent sweet treat
  • Instagram users say they are ‘drooling’ over the the brownies and will soon try it themselves  

An Instagram-famous baker has left social media users ‘drooling’ over her latest indulgent recipe for marshmallow and Nutella brownies.

Eloise Head, 26, from Hampshire who goes by FitWaffle  took to Instagram this week to share her simple 10-step recipe for ‘fudgy, gooey’ brownies which have been praised as ‘delicious’ and ‘yummy’.

In a video, Eloise whips up a brownie batter with seven ingredients, before splitting it in two and adding a layer of  Nutella and marshmallow fluff in the middle.  

The self-taught chef uses unsalted butter, caster sugar, eggs, milk chocolate, plain flour, cocoa powder and salt to make the treat which has left mouths watering around the world.   

Eloise, who shot to online stardom when a baking craze swept the UK during the first Covid lockdown in spring,  uses a handheld mixer to combine the ingredients before baking for 25 minutes.

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An Instagram-famous baker has left social media users ‘drooling’ over her latest indulgent recipe for marshmallow and Nutella brownies. Eloise Head, 26, from Hampshire who goes by FitWaffle took to Instagram this week to share her simple 10-step recipe for ‘fudgy, gooey’ brownies which have been praised as ‘delicious’ and ‘yummy’

First, Eloise added 170g of melted butter and 250g of sugar to a bowl and mixed them together before she added two eggs and whisking until thick and fluffy.

After melting 125g of milk chocolate, she then added this to the butter and sugar mix. 

 INGREDIENTS    

  • 170g unsalted butter (melted)
  • 250g caster sugar
  • 2 large eggs
  • 125g milk chocolate
  • 100g plain flour
  • 30g cocoa powder
  • 1 tsp salt
  •  300g Nutella
  •  125g Marshmallow fluff
  •  Tin size: 8×8′
  • Tip: Let the brownies cool fully in the tin. Refrigerate overnight for firmer brownies. 

METHOD  

 

Next, she sieved 30g of cocoa powder a teaspoon of salt and 100g of plain flour into the mix.

As the mix was ready, Eloise then spooned half of it into a baking tray before topping with marshmallow fluff and Nutella.

She then spooned the rest of the mixture on top and baked it for 25 minutes at 170C.  


First, Eloise added 170g of melted butter and 250g of sugar to a bowl and mixed them together before she added two eggs and whisking until thick and fluffy.

After melting 125g of milk chocolate, she then added this to the butter and sugar mix

Homemade desserts have surged in popularity since in the last year as people spend more time inside.

Isolation paid dividends for influencers like Eloise Head, who has amassed a combined following of 743,000 across her two Instagram accounts by sharing delicious dishes that are quick and easy to make.  

‘I have been trying different versions of brownies for the past few months and wanted to add another ingredient for an extra layer of gooeyness!’ Eloise told FEMAIL.

‘Marshmallow fluff was perfect for this and it works so well with the richness of the brownie mix. I’ve been slowly building a bank of brownies recipes and the marshmallow version is one of my favourites so far,’ she added.

Eloise Head (pictured) built a mammoth Instagram following during the first Covid lockdown by sharing her simple tricks for making decadent desserts

‘I’ve really enjoyed setting up the Fitwafflekitchen page. It has kept me sane since the pandemic started. I’m a little overwhelmed by how amazing the followers have been. 

‘I’ve had some really touching messages from people who have taken to baking at home, either to relax or keep themselves occupied whilst in lockdown. Last week I decided to set up a Facebook group called Baking it Simple, which is a group for home bakers to share their bakes and to interact with people with similar interests. The community is over 1000 members already, sharing pictures of what’s happening in their kitchens.

‘I’m really thankful for everyone that has tried one of the recipes or sent me a heartfelt message. It’s made the past 10 months so much easier to deal with from my own personal perspective. 


Next, she sieved 30g of cocoa powder a teaspoon of salt and 100g of plain flour into the mix.

She then spooned the rest of the mixture on top and baked it for 25 minutes at 170C.

Last week, BBC Good Food revealed had a record-breaking year in 2020 after millions of people were stuck at home, with an average of 3.4million UK browsers visiting BBC Food each week. 

 Figures were up 74 per cent on 2019 with millions turning to the website for ‘advice, inspiration and tips.

 Recipes for fluffy American pancakes, banana bread and Mary Berry’s scones topped the list as the most popular last year.

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