Recipes

Chocolate Porter Brownies for the Winter

A delicious brownie recipe from Culinaire Magazine Contributor, Natalie Findlay. Featuring one of our favourite beer styles: Porter!

Chocolate Porter Brownies for the Winter

 

Want a great recipe for Chocolate Porter Brownies? You’ll find it at Culinaire Magazine.

 

This brownie recipe is sure to become a winter favourite in your home; full of rich, chocolate flavour, not-too-sweet, and quick and easy to make, it leaves plenty of time to enjoy an afternoon in the snow or by the fire with a book. Try them warm, with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream on the side. These brownies can be frozen and are just as delicious – great for a make-ahead dessert or a warming winter treat.

 

 

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