Try this quick and easy Turkish delight brownie recipe.
If you don’t like Turkish delight chocolate you can add any other chocolate bar that you like to make these simple and delicious brownies!
Turkish Delight – you either love it, or you hate it.
I am a lover, big time.
In fact I don’t really like chocolate all that much… unless it happens to be wrapped around Turkish Delight.
A while back, a few fellow Turkish delight lovers and I discussed the possibilities of Turkish Delight Self Saucing Chocolate Pudding on twitter. I’ll just let that thought sink in…. chocolate pudding, of the self saucing variety, but Turkish Delight flavoured!
We tweeted in earnest about various ways this could be achieved and we may have drooled on our keyboards/iphones a little. That idea has stayed in the back of my mind for weeks now as I pondered the possibilities, then last week I happened to notice Turkish delight on special at the supermarket, so I bought 6 bars.
I was still unsure about the pudding idea, I didn’t want to waste all that glorious Turkish delight if it was a complete flop, so I decided to try something a little more simple, something that required lower temperatures for cooking, and something that would be good even if it wasn’t perfect – Turkish Delight Brownies.
Turkish Delight Brownie Recipe
This is a simple brownie recipe that doesn’t require any melted chocolate or anything fancy. It’s still as gooey and super chocolatey as ever and the Turkish delight on the top layer adds just a hint of that yummy flavour.
The Turkish delight held it’s shape well in the heat of the oven which makes me think it would be kinda awesome mixed into chocolate cookies, and might just work mixed through self saucing pudding as well.
Of course if you are not a Turkish delight fan, you can chop your favourite chocolate bar and bake it into the top of the brownie. Mars bars are great in the brownie mix, and so are malteasers!
Turkish Delight Brownies
Please note: this recipe uses Australian measurements and temperatures, if you need to convert measurements or temperatures you can find our printable cooking conversion chart here.
This was supposed to be little treat just for me while I tackled the shopping list… and then the kids discovered it and ate the lot! I guess I’ll just have to make some more!
What would you add to this brownie recipe?
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yum!!! i like the chocolate turkish delight, but am not a big fam of the traditional turkish delight..if that makes sense haha
I’m a big fan of Turkish Delight too. Nice looking recipe. Pity the kids found it. You’ll have to hide the next batch.
OMG, LOVE! x
They look divine! Planting secret chunks of turkish delight in there would be sure to keep the kids away haha
Squeeeee!!!!! Love all forms of Turkish delight. Printing recipe now…… cooking recipe later today. Thank you!!!! <3 <3
This is the best brownie recipe I have ever come across. The cooking time is perfect, which is an added bonus for me. Turkish Delight is divine, and I also found this recipe works extremely well with just about any chocolate bar confection, Boost and Maltesers just to name a few favourites. Thank you so very much for this amazing brownie recipe!
Kat - The Organised Housewife says
Looks like i am heading out to the shop to buy some Turkish Delight Bars!!!! I am a big lover of Turkish Delight and this recipe is making my mouth water!.:)
I love this recipe I use it for all brownies,it’s the best I’ve found, my favourite is turkish delight but I also use bounty bars with extra coconut thrown in as well.