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Pomegranate Apricot Brownies

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With chewy edges, gooey center, and so rich chocolate flavour, these gorgeous foolproof fruity chocolate brownies are guaranteed to disappear in no time. The pomegranate seeds and apricot cut through the sweetness, and a dollop of creme fraiche or a scoop of white chocolate ice cream would make this even more decadent. I baked them for about 38 minute and it came out really gooey and fudgy. If you like your brownies a little less 'wobbly', then bake for 3-5 more minutes.

  • 200 g Salted butter, chopped
  • 200 g 70% Dark chocolate, chopped
  • 3 Eggs, medium
  • 180 g Light brown sugar (or up to 250 g if you prefer it sweeter)
  • 80 g White spelt flour
  • 60 g Cocoa powder
  • 120 g Pomegranate seeds
  • 3 Ripe apricots, stoned and cut into pieces
  1. Preheat the oven to 180C/350F. Grease and line a 22cm x 28cm pan with baking paper.
  2. Place butter and chocolate in a medium saucepan over low heat. Cook, stirring occasionally with a wooden spoon until melted and smooth. Remove from the heat and cool for 5 minutes.
  3. Place eggs and sugar in a large bowl. Whisk until well combined. Sieve flour and cocoa over the egg mixture and gently fold to combine. Gradually pour in chocolate mixture, stirring to combine.
  4. Pour the batter into prepared pan and scatter the top with pomegranate seeds and chopped apricots. Bake on the middle shelf for 35-40 minutes or until just cooked through. Set aside to cool completely. Cut into squares to serve.

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Brian's Home Blog 24/7/21 00:46

Those look so moist and yummy!

J.P. Alexander 24/7/21 02:03

Uy se me antojaron, gracias por la receta te mando un beso

David 24/7/21 02:29

Angie, I've never seen or heard of pomegranate apricot brownies but they do look good. I like apricots but can't remember what pomegranates taste like. Have never used them in anything... Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

Tom 24/7/21 02:32

...these are quite a departure from brownies with walnuts!

Martha 24/7/21 03:08

This is one of the many time I wish I could reach through the screen and help myself - delicious! Have a fantastic weekend Angie. :)

Mbul Kecil 24/7/21 05:33

i think this is the best ingredient of that brownies, apricot can build sweet n sour at the same time, and it's sound so great, Angie, thank you for your recipe ! 😍

Grace 24/7/21 06:49

Leyendo la preparación y sus ingredientes se "disparó" el Reflejo de Pavlov!
Vuestras propuestas son delicias, pena que muchas no son propicias para mi.
Te felicito siempre por el diseño y presentación del Blog.
Gracias por el intercambio.
Mis saludos con los mejores deseos.!!
Reading the preparation and its ingredients the Pavlov Reflex "shot up"!
Your proposals are delights, a pity that many are not conducive to me.
I always congratulate you for the design and presentation of the Blog.
Thanks for the exchange.
My regards with the best wishes. !!

Margaret D 24/7/21 08:11

The look good and tasty.

DEZMOND 24/7/21 09:36

OMG that looks uber lecker! I do love me some apricosen in cakes. Reminds me I have to buy a new bottle of Nivea's apricot shower gel, it smells literally like them apricots.

eileeninmd 24/7/21 11:35

I love anything with chocolate. Your brownies look delicious, I wish I could taste one now. Thanks for sharing. Take care, enjoy your weekend!

Paolina 24/7/21 12:32

Torta spettacolare e deliziosa! Buon fine settimana!

New Classic r 24/7/21 14:21

OMG Angie, I gained 10 lbs just looking at the pictures because I would eat the whole pan.

Martyna 24/7/21 14:45

I'd like to tray this :)

Nancy Chan 24/7/21 15:14

Looks delicious and rich. I love apricot. Yummy!

Norma2 24/7/21 16:32

A chocolatey delight not to be missed.
Kisses Angie

Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 24/7/21 16:37

what a great combination and it looks so moist and delicious!

Bill 24/7/21 17:15

Delicious looking indeed!

Kitchen Riffs 24/7/21 17:23

Wow. Wonderful looking brownies. Two for me, please. :-)

Lola Martínez 25/7/21 08:59

Para mi gusto el brownie te ha quedado perfecto. Me llama la atención la granada, pues no es una fruta de temporada y por aquí no se ve, aunque su aportación es una delicia. Está para meter la cuchara.
Un beso.

gluten Free A_Z Blog 25/7/21 13:05

I can only imagine the incredible flavor of these brownies with the apricot and pomegranates. Looks so good!!

Sherry's Pickings 26/7/21 02:26

brownies are always good. these look wonderfully moist and flavoursome.

The Yum List 27/7/21 02:05

Has fruit, must be healthy right?

Tisa Jacob 27/7/21 06:13

Hail to you, Angie-making brownies that are not only healthy, but gooey and delicious too:-)

Yvonne @ Fiction Books Reviews 27/7/21 07:17

OMG! Those look and sound absolutely delicious and look rather decadent too!

I have never thought about using pomegranate seeds in baking, but those little bursts of colour make this dish.

And, as hubbie doesn't like apricots, guess who will have to finish them all to herself? :) :)

SavoringTime in the Kitchen 27/7/21 21:53

A beautiful, fruity brownie recipe! I do love chocolate! ♥

Raymund 28/7/21 01:20

I love to see fruits on brownies!

Happy Retiree's Kitchen 28/7/21 09:14

I love the look of these, so interesting to have pomegranates in them. When I find some fresh apricots I'll make these. Great recipe Angie, thanks.

Noob Cook 1/8/21 09:48

I certainly like mine gooey too for sure! Can't say no to this chocolatey treat even though I am on a diet :)~

mjskit 8/8/21 01:31

I can't get over how chewy and moist those brownies look. YUM!

babYpose 13/9/21 16:18

Fruity moist brownies looks so yummy and tasty, agree it'd disappear in no time


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