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Lino Lada Brownies
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Lino Lada Brownies

Lino Lada Brownies are our favorite. Lino Lada is a similar spread to Nutella and makes the brownie intensely chocolatey, tasty, and made for chocoholics.

Lino Lada Brownies
Our kids adore brownies, and that’s probably an understatement. These chocolate slices are intensely chocolatey, fudgy, and full of deliciousness. They are impossible to resist. We used Lino Lada Gold Creamy for this recipe, which has a similar texture to Nutella, so if you can’t find it in your country, feel free to substitute it with Nutella. Add chocolate chips to the mixture to make things even better, and you will get the best little surprise here and there. These brownies are our favorite, and I bet you will adore them too. Happy baking!

The best chocolate brownies 

We made these brownies four times before we posted this recipe. Everyone adored it. They have the perfect texture, and they are so good. These are the top reasons why you should make them as soon as possible:

  • incredibly simple to make and beginner-friendly
  • you don't need an electric mixer for this recipe
  • it's great for crowds, as it's filling, and this recipe serves 8 people
  • kids and adults adore it
  • it's made for chocoholics
  • the perfect dessert for Valentine's Day, Christmas, Mother's Day, celebrations, or slow weekends
  • keeps well for days

Lino Lada Brownies

Lino Lada Brownies

Essential ingredients

This incredibly delicious Lino Lada Brownie is made with seven easily accessible ingredients. You can find the whole recipe below. Here, we share more words about the ingredients and possible substitutes.

Butter - use your favorite butter; we don't recommend any substitutes.

Sugar - in this recipe, we need a small amount of sugar.

Eggs - combine everything together.

Flour - use all-purpose flour or cake flour.

Cocoa - use unsweetened cacao powder or Dutch-processed cocoa.

Lino Lada - in this recipe, we use Lino Lado Gold Creamy, which has a similar texture to Nutella, so feel free to substitute with Nutella.

Chocolate - use semi-sweet or dark chocolate chips.

Lino Lada Brownies

Lino Lada Brownies


It's best to serve the Lino Lada Brownies the next day. We can keep it on the kitchen counter (covered) for up to three day or store it in the fridge for up to a week. Make sure it's covered with clingfilm to prevent any unwanted aromas. Before serving, place the tart at room temperature for the chocolate to soften and become more creamy.

How to make Lino Lada Brownies at home (video)

Check this quick video to master making Lino Lada Brownies at home.

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Lets get cooking!

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  • preparation

    Line a 20 cm x 25 cm (8-inch x 10-inch) baking sheet with parchment paper. Place a rack in the middle of the oven and preheat it to 180 °C / 350 °F.

  • BROWNIE mixture

    Add melted butter to a bowl and add the sugar. Beat to get a foamy mixture using an electric mixer or a whisk. Add the eggs and beat to incorporate. Add the Lino Lada Gold Creamy (or Nutella) and stir to get a smooth mixture. Sift flour and cocoa powder into the mix. Add a pinch of salt and stir into a smooth, shiny mixture; stir in the chocolate chips using a spatula.

  • bake and serve

    Pour the mixture into the prepared baking sheet and spread evenly with a spatula. Arrange a few tablespoons of Lino Lada Gold Creamy on top and make a couple of swirls to get a beautiful pattern. Place in the oven and bake for 30 minutes at 180 °C / 350 °F. Remove from the oven and set aside for 2 hours or overnight. Cut into slices and serve.


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