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Marshmallow Biscoff Brownie

By Rumblingtummy @RumblingTummi
Went to a cafe with some friends and saw this marshmallow brownie pie.  It sure looks good but for a small piece at S$8+ exclusive of taxes, I think I can try to replicate it at home.
Since the son is working from home, I think this will be nice to serve as tea time snack.
Here is my effort for this Marshmallow Biscoff Brownie.
Marshmallow Biscoff brownie

Learning: Despite the short 10 mins bake time, the brownie leans towards the cakey type.  I still need to figure how to embed the marshmallow without burning it.  
Okay I still have biscoff and marshmallow, I can do another round this weekend till I am satisfied with it.
Strangely both hubby and son likes it.  The only thing the marshmallow wasn't sticking to was the brownie!  Adapted
What you need:
200g chocolate (70%)100g unsalted butter 100g sugar40g brown sugar ¼ tsp salt3 eggs 80g plain flour 25g cocoa powder ½ tsp vanilla 
Marshmallows Biscoff biscuitswhite chocolate (melted)
Preheat oven to 170℃.  Lined and grease a 7” baking pan.
Melt chocolate with butter,
Combine sugars and eggs and whisk until combined.
Sift in plain flour, cocoa powder, and salt.  Mixed fully incorporated.
Add in vanilla and mix well.  
Add in melted chocolate mixture and mix until smooth and glossy.
Pour into pan and bake for 20 -25 mins.
Arrange marshmallow and bake again on the highest rack, top heat for 3 mins or until marshmallow is brown.
Remove and immediately arrange Biscoff cookie around and drizzle the chocolate sauce.
Let it cool completely and cut with a warm knife.
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