Courgette Brownies

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recipe by Kenwood

  • Time icon
    Total Time
    1hr 10mins
  • Serves icon
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based on 16 ratings

A quick courgette brownie made using the Food processor attachment, which uses the knife blade to puree the courgette into the batter. Great for using up a leftover courgette.

recipe updated May 14, 2024


  • Zucchini icon
    230 g
  • Unsalted butter icon
    Unsalted butter
    45 g
  • Egg icon
  • Milk icon
    60 g
  • Caster sugar icon
    Caster sugar
    150 g
  • Vanilla extract icon
    Vanilla extract
    1 teaspoon
  • All purpose flour icon
    All purpose flour
    60 g
  • Cocoa powder icon
    Cocoa powder
    60 g
  • Baking powder icon
    Baking powder
    ½ teaspoon
  • Coffee powder icon
    Coffee powder
    ½ teaspoon
  • Salt icon
    ½ teaspoon
  • Dark chocolate chips icon
    Dark chocolate chips
    270 g
  • Icing sugar icon
    Icing sugar
    50 g
  • Honey icon
    1 tablespoon


  • kCook icon Spatula
  • kCook icon Oven
  • kCook icon Parchment paper
  • kCook icon Whisk
  • kCook icon Stove
  • kCook icon Square pan - 18cm (7")
  • kCook icon Food processor attachment
  • kCook icon Saucepan - small
  • kCook icon Medium bowl

Step preview

  1. Pre-heat oven - 170°C
  2. Grease and line a clean square pan with parchment paper
  3. Assemble the Food Processor attachment to the machine
  4. Fit the knife blade to the machine
  5. Add zucchini, unsalted butter, caster sugar, egg and vanilla extract to the Food processor attachment
  6. Attach the lid and ensure it is locked into place
  7. Pulse until smooth
  8. Add all purpose flour, cocoa powder, baking powder, coffee powder and salt to the Food processor attachment
  9. Mix until just combined
  10. Remove the attachment from the machine
  11. Remove the knife blade
  12. Add dark chocolate chips to the Food processor attachment
  13. Stir until just combined
  14. Transfer batter to square pan
  15. Bake - 25 min, 170°C
  16. Remove from oven and let cool
  17. Add milk to a clean saucepan
  18. Heat until hot - medium-low heat
  19. Transfer content of saucepan to medium bowl
  20. Add dark chocolate chips to the medium bowl
  21. Stir until melted
  22. Add icing sugar and honey to the medium bowl
  23. Stir until combined
  24. Chill in fridge until set
  25. Remove the chilled chocolate mixture from the fridge
  26. Spread cake with chocolate
  27. Cut into 12 equal pieces
  28. Serve
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