Recipe Review

This Recipe for Gooey White Chocolate Brownie Cups Is So Simple, You’ll Want to Make It Every Day

published Feb 15, 2022
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Credit: Photo: Ghazalle Badiozamani; Food Styling: Christine Buckley

With the season of smooch (aka Valentine’s Day) in our rearview mirrors, it doesn’t mean that we have to hang up our chocolate cravings. Let’s keep the party going and create more decadent desserts to satisfy our sweet tooths. 

When the pandemic pivoted her work as a London-based food influencer, @fitwaffle (aka self-taught baker Eloise Head), launched @fitwafflekitchen and amassed a huge following with her easy dessert recipes (most using only three ingredients and our favorite treats like Oreos and Reese’s). With almost six million foodie followers across her Insta and TikTok platforms and her first cookbook, Baking It Easy, releasing on March 3, Head has done it again with these Gooey Kinder & White Chocolate Brownie Cups for Two.


”They’re super quick and easy to make! They have gooey middles and they’re packed with melted white chocolate chips and Kinder chocolate chunks in 

super cute ramekins,” she gushes on the early February Instagram reel that garnered over 150,000 likes. 

If you want to stay true to the recipe, Head uses Kinder chocolate, a chocolate candy made by Italian brand Ferraro. You might remember them from the headlines a few years ago when their tiny toy encased in an egg of chocolate didn’t pass muster with the USFDA. Today you can probably find the bars she calls for on grocery store shelves, but if not, we’re sure your favorite chocolate brand would do just fine. 

Ingredients are pantry and fridge-friendly — salted butter, flour, dark chocolate, egg, white chocolate chips. She also uses caster sugar, a superfine granulated sugar that’s widely available in the UK and dissolves much easier than traditional sugar. If you can’t find it, make your own by giving white granulated sugar a whirl in your food processor until it’s superfine. If you have some left over, try this easy sugar ham glaze with the excess. 

The brownie mix is split between two ramekins for easy sharing, and the middle is all gooey and messy. Just like love.