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Ingredients of Lindor Brownies with pepitas
- It’s 8 tbsp of Butter.
- Prepare 11 each of Lindor chocolate truffles.
- You need 1 tbsp of Vanilla extract.
- Prepare 1 cup of Granulated sugar.
- You need 2 each of Eggs.
- It’s 1/4 cup of All purpose flour.
- It’s 4 tbsp of ️Pepitas.
Melting Lindt Lindor Brownies; rich, moist, velvety brownies made with creamy Lindt chocolate, and studded with melting orbs of Lindt. Director/ DP: Will van der Vlugt. Lindor, the smoothest creation from the Lindt Master Chocolatiers. When you break the delicate chocolate shell, the irresistibly smooth filling starts to melt… and so will you.
Lindor Brownies with pepitas instructions
- Melt lindor chocolates with butter slowly in medium heat.
- Add sugar and vanilla extract to melted chocolate.
- Add eggs and combine until smooth.
- Mix flour and petitas in a bowl and add to wet ingredients and combine.
- Place mixture in a baking dish and bake at 325 for 40 mins.
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