Banoffee Brownie


I’m hearing about all the kickass reviews TFIOS got since its release and my Facebook feed keeps showing updates about how I should be going to a theatre near me to watch this epic love story!

I am soooo jealous of people who have already seen it! It’s going to release here in Mumbai on July 4th and I am telling you right now! I’m booking my tickets this weekend! πŸ˜€

Have you seen the movie???????

Did you like it? Did you cry? As far as I know, this movie is going to be one big cryfest! I know the book was! :'( πŸ™

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Now, talking about these brownies!

If you read my last post, you must be aware that my results are out and I PASSED with grade A!!!!


SO, that means that I am officially a GRADUATE! That can only mean one thing!

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Dessssserts for celebration!!!!!!!!!!!!

Because I got my results at night, I had to settle for this toffee sauce. I had some store bought vanilla ice cream and all it took me was a giant tablespoon of this sauce doused on the vanilla ice cream to celebrate! But that was just the beginning!

The next day, I baked a batch of these banoffee brownies – sheer brownie heaven, I tell you!

I love my brownies fudgy! I like biting into it and feeling like I’m eating a rich, thick slice of chocolate fudge!

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The top was intensely crisp, the sides were chewy and the insidesssss—- FUDGY TO THE LAST BIT!

OMG!!!! Even as I am typing this out, my stomach is letting out a gurgle and rumble!!!!

It was sheer decadence and the perfect way to celebrate!!!!!

I’m heading to meet my girlfriends now to enjoy this awesome moment, which only means that there is going to be A.LOT.OF.FOOD!


Okay bye!!! I think I’m gonna pass out with starvation! πŸ˜€

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Banoffee Brownies


    For the Brownies:
  1. 100 gms salted butter
  2. 200 gms dark chocolate chopped roughly
  3. 50 gms dark brown muscovado sugar
  4. 150 gms caster sugar
  5. 3 eggs
  6. 50 gms all purpose flour
  7. 1 tbsp cocoa powder
  8. 2 whole bananas sliced
  9. 4 heaped tbsp store bought toffee sauce / caramel sauce {or as per your liking}


  1. Line an 8” x 8” metal pan with greaseproof parchment paper.
  2. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees C.
  3. Melt the butter and chocolate in a microwave by stirring every 10 seconds to avoid the chocolate from burning.
  4. Let it cool. Approximately 10-15 minutes.
  5. {This is important since the mix needs to be completely cool before you add the eggs to avoid the eggs from scrambling // cooking}
  6. Add the eggs one at a time and mix well between each addition.
  7. Add both the type of sugars.
  8. Mix well.
  9. Sift the flour and cocoa powder and add to the mix.
  10. Mix well until all elements have been incorporated well.
  11. Pour 3/4th of the brownie batter into the pan. Layer it with the bananas and then add the toffee sauce.
  12. Cover with remaining brownie batter and bake for 40-45 minutes or until the top seems firm and the skewer inserted in the center of the brownie emerges clean.

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  1. Noooope I haven’t watched the film, and to be honest, I don’t think I will haha. I really disliked the book (unpopular opinion here wooooo!) so yeah ;—) But I hope you do enjoy it Samina!
    These brownies
    They look to good to be real I tell you. Ahhhhh the gooeyness I NEED THEM!

    1. Oh no! I totally get it! My best friend does not like the book as well and she’ll make sure to taunt me all the time about how pathetic my choices are! hahaha!!!! πŸ˜€ hahahah Thankkkkkk you Consuelo!!!! :* :*

  2. I am in love with these brownies – they look so decadent and fudgy! Toffee and bananas is such a great combo and the pics look awesome πŸ™‚

  3. What movie is this? I am so behind in movies!! Congratulations on graduation!! What a great accomplishment. These brownies are perfect to celebrate πŸ™‚

    1. The Fault in Our Stars!!!! <3 It's adapted from John Green's novel of the same name! *-* The book was just heartbreaking {in a good way} Thannnnkkk you Zainab!!!!!! :* Yeaaaah they totally are! πŸ˜€

  4. Oh, do these ever look divide. I also love fudgy brownies. I read the book and I think I cried or was on the verge of crying through the whole thing. ; ) Haven’t seen the movie though. Congrats on the awesome grades!!

    1. My friend had asked me to be mentally prepared because she cried like a baby while reading the book! That was it for me! πŸ˜€ The last 100 pages or so were especially torturous! πŸ˜€ Thankkkkk you sooo much Crystal :*

  5. I haven’t seen TFIOS either. I don’t think I can handle it on big screen. I will watch it on some other time. and these brownies look so good.

  6. OMG!!!! The movie was sooooooo sooooo soooo incredibly good! I think you’ll absolutely love it – bring lots of tissues though! Can we talk about these brownies for a second? WOw wow wow! They sounds so good, and the pictures are absolutely beautiful, must try!

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