Brownie Bliss Bombs


August 12, 2016

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Take a decadent chocolate brownie, add a biscuit layer, then add a fudge layer and you have the ever so lush slow cooker Brownie Bliss Bombs!

  • Prep: 25 mins
  • Cook: 1 hr 30 mins
  • 25 mins

    1 hr 30 mins

    1 hr 55 mins

  • Yields: 40 - 50 pieces


Brownie Ingredients

1 cup plain flour

1/2 tsp baking powder

2 cups sugar

200g butter softened

1/2 cup cocoa powder

1/2 tsp salt

1 tsp vanilla essence

4 eggs

Fudge Ingredients

500g of milk chocolate

1 tbs butter

1 tbs vanilla essence

1 x 395gm can condensed milk


8 Tim Tam Biscuits

You can vary this with any biscuit of your choice really! Other options could include Kingston's, Oreo's, Mint Slice, Delta Cream, Choc Ripple ... really any sweet biscuit that you like!


Cook Brownie

1Combine all brownie ingredients in a large mixing bowl and mix well to combine

2Line slow cooker with non stick baking paper (I used a 7L Breville Slow Cooker)

3Pour brownie batter into lined slow cooker, cover with tea towel for the Tea Towel Trick

4Cook on high for approx 1hr 20m - 1hr 30m

5Cooking time will vary between slow cookers but just use a skewer to test

6When skewer inserted into brownie comes out clean and it bounces back lightly to touch it's ready


Cook fudge

1While your brownie is cooking use a second slow cooker to make your fudge. I use my 1.5L slow cooker for fudge. If you have only one cooker the brownie can be cooked first then it can sit cooling while you make the fudge, that's ok too 🙂

2Place all fudge ingredients into slow cooker, cook on low - lid off - for 90mins.

3Stir every 15mins or so using a metal spoon to stir.



1While fudge is cooking place Tim Tams (or biscuit of choice) into a bag or bowl and crush to chunky crumble.

2Lay brownie in a large tray (I use a biscuit oven tray)

3Sprinkle crushed Tim Tams over brownie base

4When fudge is cooked pour fudge over the top of the biscuit topped brownie

5Smooth fudge to cover brownie - being careful not to pick up the biscuit pieces as you do but to only smooth/spread the top of fudge

6Place in fridge to set. I leave mine overnight but approx 4hrs should set it also.

7When set use a sharp knife and work fast to cut into pieces

8Store in fridge

9Eat and enjoy with a big smile on your face 🙂



1You can make a non biscuit version of this by following this recipe >> Fudge-tastic Brownies 


Submitted by Paulene Christie


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