Hazelnut Triple-Decker Brownies

Hazelnut Layer Brownies

The Husband and we were examination a documentary about prison, like we seem to finish adult doing each 3 weeks or so, and we was desirous by these triple-decker bunks they things convicts into now in sequence to save space.  Double-decker bunks are apparently old-school, corpse of a time before a whole overcrowding problem, when a improvement complement was flush with cash.  It’s all about sardine-stuffing prisoners in gymnasiums now, 3 layers deep.

Clearly we was excited- not indispensably to make a dessert with a sardine-focus (this time around), though to make a three-layer bar of pretty most anything.  Hazelnuts were in a residence given it was a crony Julia’s birthday on a horizon, and she has a thing for filberts, so a ideas for a layers built on tip of one another pretty simply in my conduct (especially given a hulk jar of Nutella in a sideboard was watchful patiently to be finished, after being non-stop about 45 mins earlier).

Here’s a takeoff on a World’s Greatest Fudge Brownie, with a bit of drink thrown in, and toasted hazelnuts sprinkled on tip for good measure.  Enjoy it, x 3.


4 ounces chopped unsweetened chocolate

3/4 crater unsalted butter

2 cups sugar

2 teaspoons hazelnut liqueur (like Frangelico)- optional

1 teaspoon real vanilla

3 easily beaten eggs

1 crater flour

1 1/2 teaspoons salt

Optional: 1 tablespoon present espresso powder

1 crater chocolate chips

1 1/2 cups Nutella (hazelnut chocolate spread)- to widespread on tip of cooled spirit base


1 crater whipping/heavy cream

1 crater and 2 tablespoons semisweet chocolate chips

2 tablespoons hazelnut liqueur (like Frangelico)- optional

1/4 crater hazelnuts, chopped and toasted (for garnish)

    1. Preheat oven to 350° and douse a 9 x 13? foil-lined pan.
    2. Melt chocolate butter in x-ray for 2:15 mins and stir.
    3. Stir in sugar, afterwards hazelnut liqueur (if using), vanilla, eggs, salt, espresso powder (optional) flour.  Stir in chocolate chips.
    4. Pour into prepared vessel and bake for 30 mins (until core is only set).
    5. Allow to cold totally and widespread Nutella uniformly over spirit base.  Set aside.
    1. Place chocolate in a large, heat-proof bowl.  In a tiny saucepan, feverishness cream over medium-high feverishness until only about to boil, afterwards flow over chocolate.  Allow to lay for 5 minutes, afterwards drive until smooth.  Stir Frangelico into ganache (if using).  Allow to cold to room temperature.
  3. Spread cooled ganache over brownie/Nutella layers.  Sprinkle toasted hazelnuts over ganache.  Allow dessert to chill before rupturing into bars.


  • The ganache… don’t be dumbfounded that it will be utterly runny while it’s still warm- it WILL set.  And we can use dim chocolate or almost honeyed or bittersweet- whatever you’d like.
  • The nuts… toast them in a prohibited over for about 8 mins (until perfumed though really not burning).
  • Eat within a few days.  Yes, we can solidify these, though ganache isn’t as ideal after thawing, so try to go for it in a initial round.
  • Enjoy!


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