Double Chocolate Berry-Licious Popcorn Brownie Cake*

By Laura Thornberry - 09:00

These are not your boring old brownies…they are loaded with delicious popcorn, luxurious white chocolate and a splash of rich dark chocolate to give it a fun twist on the classic recipe. Popcorn and brownies might sound like an odd combination, but after reading this post, you'll definitely be off to the kitchen to whip some up!
Double Chocolate Berry-Licious Popcorn Brownie Cake
I was kindly sent the popcorn* for this recipe post from The Popcorn Shed. They offer a wide selection of gourmet popcorn, including flavours such as Pecan Pie, Salted Caramel and Say Cheese, to name a few. For this recipe, I opted for the Berry-licious flavour, a magical mixture of fruity tart raspberry and indulgent smooth rich dark chocolate. Whether it's nuts, chocolate, or fruit, their tasty treats are so much more than just popcorn.
Double Chocolate Berry-Licious Popcorn Brownie Cake
You will need...
1 Chocolate Cake Mix (I used one from ALDI)
1 packed of Popcorn - (I used Popcorn Shed*)
1 bar of Dark Chocolate
1 bar of White Chocolate
Cold Water
Vegetable Oil
2 tsp of Butter 
Double Chocolate Berry-Licious Popcorn Brownie Cake
Double Chocolate Berry-Licious Popcorn Brownie Cake
 Step 1 - Preheat the oven to 180 degrees and line your baking tray with greaseproof paper.

 Step 2  - Add the brownie cake mix to a large bowl and pour in the water, oil, melted butter and a splash of milk. Mix well with a whisk.

Step 3 - Break up 3/4 of both the white chocolate and dark chocolate into small chunks. Fold these into your brownie mix and stir.

Step 4 - Pour half the brownie mixture into your prepared cake tin. Sprinkle in a handful of the popcorn, and cover with the rest of the brownie mix. Then press in a few pieces of popcorn into the top of your brownie. Then you are ready for the oven!

Step 5 - Cook the brownie cake for around 40 - 50 minutes. You can test your brownies are ready if you press a skewer or knife into it. If it comes out clean, your bake is ready!

Step 6 - Once out of the oven, leave to cool for around 30 minutes before. Once cooled, I topped my brownie cake with some melted chocolate and extra popcorn!
Double Chocolate Berry-Licious Popcorn Brownie Cake
This brownie cake was SERIOUSLY GOOD. All kinds of textures to get your mouth watering.. crunchy popcorn, oozing chocolate chunks and a moist sponge. The Popcorn Shed Berry-licious popcorn was seriously good! The fruity raspberry flavour really stood out and helped contrast the flavours of the chocolate. I think the Salted Caramel popcorn would be a great alternative to use in the brownies!

You can view the full range of Popcorn Shed popcorn here.

What are your favourite recipes for brownies? Have you tried Popcorn Shed popcorn before?

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