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           User Instructions   Model: STBM001
The Sweet Treats Brownie Maker makes the
     most perfect & delicious brownies.
 Made in just minutes you could share the
  treats with all your family and friends
              for any occasion.




        www.sensiohome.com
                              Brownie Maker



Introduction
Thank you for purchasing this product
You may already be familiar with using a similar product, but do please take
time to read these instructions - they have been written to ensure you get the
very best from your purchase.

Safety is Important
To ensure your safety and the safety of others, please ensure you read the
Product Safety and Electrical Safety information before you operate this
product.

Please pay particular attention to any warnings and cautions contained in these
instructions.


Keep these instructions in a safe place for future reference.


Contents
Introduction                                                           1
Product Safety                                                         2-3
Electrical Safety                                                      4-5
Preparation For Use                                                    6
Features                                                               6
Brownie Maker Operation                                                7-9
Recipes                                                                10-23
Care & Cleaning                                                        24
Servicing                                                              25
Guarantee                                                              25


Due to our policy of continuous improvement, the actual product may differ
slightly from the one illustrated in this booklet.
                                                        read before first use!
    Product Safety
    WARNING!

    This appliance generates heat during use. Precaution must be taken to prevent the
    risk of burns, or other damage to property.
    Ensure adequate ventilation is provided above and on all sides for air circulation.
    Do not operate this appliance near or below curtains or any other combustible
    material.
    Do not leave the appliance unattended when it is being used.
    Before using this appliance, the following basic precautions should always be
    followed:


    • READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS.
    • Before using check the voltage of the wall outlet corresponds to the one shown
     on the rating plate.
    • Do not operate this appliance with a damaged cord or plug or after the
     appliance malfunctions, or is dropped or damaged in any manner. Take it to a
     qualified technician for examination, repair or electrical or mechanical
     adjustment.
    • Switch off and unplug from the wall outlet when not in use, before putting on or
     taking off parts, and before cleaning.
    • Do not let the cord hang over the edge of the kitchen worktop or hot surfaces.
    • Never place the appliance on or close to sources of heat.
    • Never leave the appliance unattended when connected to the power supply.
    • Always unplug after every use or when not in use. The appliance will remain ON
     unless unplugged.
    • Never leave the appliance within the reach of children.
    • Always place the appliance on a flat, level surface during use.
    • DO NOT TOUCH HOT SURFACES.
    • Do not touch the brownie cutter insert side handles when the appliance is working
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• Always make sure hands are dry before use or when touching the plug or
  electrical socket.
• The use of accessories other than those shown in this manual may cause injury.
• Wait for the appliance to cool before moving it.
• Always ensure the appliance has completely cooled before storing.

WARNING!

• NEVER IMMERSE THE APPLIANCE, POWER CORD OR PLUG IN WATER OR OTHER
  LIQUIDS; CLEAN BY WIPING WITH A DAMP CLOTH.
• To unplug the appliance, grip the plug and remove it directly from the power
  socket. Never pull the power cord to unplug the appliance.
• This appliance is not a toy.
• Do not operate this appliance for other than its intended use.
• The appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with a lack
  of experience, product knowledge or disability unless they have been given
  supervision or correct instruction.
• Do not use or leave the appliance outdoors.
• FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY.


CAUTION

This appliance is hot during operation and retains heat for some time after turning
off.
Always use oven gloves when handling hot materials and allow metal parts to cool
before cleaning. Do not place anything on top of the appliance while operating or
while it is hot.




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    Electrical Safety
    WARNING!
    Read these instructions thoroughly before using this appliance or connecting it to
    the mains supply.
    A 13 amp BS1362 ASTA approved fuse must be fitted.
    This appliance must be earthed.
    There are no user-serviceable parts inside this appliance. Always refer servicing
    to qualified service personnel.
    The mains lead of this product is not replaceable by the user. If the mains lead is
    damaged, the entire appliance should be returned to the Customer Service
    Department.
    Do not allow this product to be exposed to rain or moisture during use or storage.

    Before switching on, make sure that the voltage of your electricity supply is the
    same as that indicated on the rating plate. Connecting it to any other power
    source may cause damage.

    This product may be fitted with a non-rewireable plug. If it is necessary to change
    the fuse in the plug, the fuse cover must be refitted. If the fuse cover becomes lost
    or damaged, the plug must not be used until a suitable replacement is obtained.

    If the plug has to be changed because it is not suitable for your socket, or due
    to damage, it should be cut off and a replacement fitted, following the wiring
    instructions shown. The old plug must be disposed of safely because inserting it
    into a 13 amp socket could cause an electrical hazard.

    This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and
    persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of
    experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction
    concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards
    involved. Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user
    maintenance shall not be made by children unless they are older than 8 and
    supervised. Keep the appliance and its cord out of reach of children less than
    8 years.

    The temperature of cutter group handles will be high during operation, therefore
    holding the cutter group handles is prohibited when the appliance works.




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Electrical Safety
The wires in the power cable of this product are coloured in accordance with the
following code:
Blue = Neutral   Brown = Live    Green/Yellow = Earth
If the markings on the terminals of your plug do not correspond to the colours of
the wires in the power cable, proceed as follows:
• The wire which is coloured Blue must be connected to the terminal which is
 marked N or coloured Black.
• The wire which is coloured Brown must be connected to the terminal which is
 marked L or coloured Red.
• The wire which is coloured Green/Yellow must be connected to the terminal
 which is marked with the earth symbol ( ) or coloured Green, or Green/Yellow.




                       Plug should be BS1363/A approved.
                                Fit a 13 Amp fuse.


            EARTH                                              13 Amp Fuse
        (Green/Yellow)




           NEUTRAL                                                 LIVE
            (Blue)                                               (Brown)

                         Ensure that the outer sheath of the
                          cable is firmly held by the clamp.




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    Preparation For Use
    Before using your Brownie Maker for the first time, remove any packaging material
    and promotional labels. You may wish to keep the packaging for future use.

    Ensure the Brownie Maker is switched off at the power outlet and the power cord
    is unplugged. Wipe the cooking plate and outer surface with a slightly damp soft
    cloth or sponge prior to use.


    CAUTION
    Do not immerse the Brownie Maker MAIN BODY, POWER CORD or the PLUG in water
    or any other liquids.




    Features
        Open View                                                 Lid handle



      Non-stick upper
      and lower cooking
      plates

                                                                  Power cord
      Brownie cutter insert
      side handles

                                                                  Non-stick brownie
        Non slip rubber feet                                      cutter insert
                                                                  (8 brownies)

        Closed View                                               Lid

          Orange
          POWER ON light                                          Green READY to
                                                                  cook light




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Brownie Maker Operation
CAUTION
To reduce the risk of injury, the Brownie Maker must be placed on a flat, dry surface
such as a worktop.

Ensure the Brownie Maker is switched OFF at the power outlet and the power cord
is unplugged.

1. Using the lid handle, lift the top lid to the open position.
2. Place the brownie cutter insert onto the lower cooking plate. Make sure the
   handles fit into the notches in the body of the Brownie Maker (see below).




                                Brownie cutter insert
                                side handle

Important: Lower the lid to make sure the insert is assembled properly and that the
lid closes completely

3. Plug in the power cord and switch on. The orange POWER ON light will illuminate
   and will begin to preheat. Close the lid.

Note: When your Brownie Maker is heated for the first time, it may emit slight smoke
or odour. This is normal and should disappear after 1 or 2 uses. This does not affect
the safety of the appliance. As the first set of brownies may be affected, it is
recommended that these are discarded.

4. While preheating, prepare some brownie batter.

5. When the green READY light illuminates (allow 2 mins) the Brownie Maker is
   preheated.

6. Lightly brush the lower and upper cooking plates with vegetable oil to assist in
   the removal of the brownies after cooking.

7. Brush the brownie cutter insert with a generous coat of vegetable oil while it sits
   in the lower cooking plate. Depending on the recipe, some brownies are more
   difficult to remove and may require a more generous application.



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    8. Referring to the below illustration, use two tablespoons to add batter to the
       Brownie Maker (one to add, the other to push batter into the maker). Add one
       heaped tablespoon of batter to each of the eight brownie sections.




    CAUTION
    It is recommended that all eight brownie sections be filled when using the Brownie
    Maker. If there is not enough batter, do NOT attempt to bake a short batch. A
    smaller amount may cause the baking times to change and may produce
    inconsistent and unsatisfactory baking results.

    9. Results may vary by recipe; batters with more sugar will brown quicker. Make
       note of the perfect bake times for each batter recipe for future reference.

    Important: Do not fill batter more than 1/2 to 2/3 way up the cutter sides. Brownies
    will expand when baked.

    10. Using the lid handle, lower the top lid and allow to cook for approximately 8
        minutes.

    11. The green READY light will cycle on and off as the unit maintains baking
        temperatures.

    Note: As brownies bake, steam will be emitted from the Brownie Maker.
    This is normal.

    12. At the end of the baking time, use the handle to lift the top lid.

    WARNING!
    DO NOT GRASP THE BROWNIE CUTTER INSERT SIDE HANDLES. USE THE LID HANDLE

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13. With the brownies exposed, allow to cook for an additional one minute.

14. If necessary, lower the lid and continue cooking for 15 seconds at a time until
    the brownies are cooked to your liking.

15. Wearing oven gloves, grasp both brownie cutter insert side handles, then lift
    slowly and carefully out of the lower cooking plate. Place to one side.

16. Use a heat-proof plastic or wooden spatula to remove cut baked brownies.

WARNING!
NEVER USE PLASTIC OR NYLON MATERIALS THAT ARE NOT MARKED HEAT-PROOF AS
THEY MAY MELT AND DAMAGE THE NON-STICK COOKING SURFACES

Note: If additional brownies are to be baked, keep the Brownie Maker closed to
retain heat. Always wait until the green READY light illuminates before baking more
brownies.

Note: Brownies made later may bake faster because extra heat has been retained.
It may be necessary to adjust to a shorter cooking time to accommodate.

17. When baking is complete, unplug the power cord from electric outlet. Lift the
    top lid to expose the cooking plate and allow unit to cool.

18. Do not clean until unit has been fully cooled.




      Make me, Bake me, Eat me.



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                                lots of tasty easy
                                to follow recipes!
 Recipes
 When cooking your brownies, you can either opt to use the brownie cutter provid-
 ed or you can make one big brownie in the machine. The beauty of this is that you
 can cut them to your desired size, you may want to cut them into small squares for
 a party or you can even make a brownie birthday cake, by baking two big brown-
 ies spread some yummy filling in the middle and place the other brownie on top,
 decorate and add candles.

 Brownies are not just about chocolate, included in these recipes are yummy cakes
 that use apples, carrots, dried fruit and nuts, there is a recipe that uses no flour,
 which can be given to people with intolerance to wheat.

 The Ultimate Chocolate Brownie
 Makes 24 brownies

 What you will need ……

 • 350g Good quality Dark Chocolate
 • 200g unsalted butter
 • 250g Dark brown sugar
 • 3 large eggs
 • 70g plain flour
 • Vegetable oil for greasing




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How to make them……
1. Melt 300g of the chocolate and butter together in a small heatproof bowl over
   a pan of simmering water; make sure the pan does not touch the water. Stir well
   to combine, then leave to cool.
2. Chop the remaining 50g of chocolate into small pieces.
3. Place the dark brown sugar in a medium bowl and break it up with a whisk if
   slightly lumpy. Add one egg at a time and using a wooden spoon, beat the
   sugar and eggs together until well beaten and pale in colour. Pour in the melted
   chocolate, scraping down the bowl with a spatula and mix well until the
   chocolate has been incorporated.
4. Sift the flour, baking powder and salt together and then add this to the
   chocolate mixture along with the chopped chocolate pieces, gently mix using
   a figure of eight action until the flour has been incorporated.
5. Pre-heat the Brownie maker, and using a pastry brush grease the bottom and
   top of the brownie with oil and the brownie cutter insert.
6. Wait for the green ready light to illuminate and then add one heaped dessert
   spoon of mixture to each of the sections, use a teaspoon to push the batter off
   the spoon. Make sure the mixture comes no more than halfway up the cutter
   sides as the batter will expand during cooking. Close the lid and cook for
   between 7-8 minutes. They should be firm to touch but still springy, if in doubt
   insert a cocktail stick if it comes out with crumbs on it then it is ready if it is still very
   sticky cook for a further 30 seconds. If you like your brownies gooey in the centre,
   reduce the cooking time by a fraction.
7. Remove the brownies from the machine and allow them to cool on a wire rack.
   Repeat the process again until the mixture is used up.
Note: If cooking one big brownie, grease the entire base with vegetable oil and
add enough mixture to fill the base. Spread the mixture with a spatula and cook for
7-8 minutes, when cooked remove with a plastic spatula and place on a wire rack
to cool.




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                           try them all and decide
                                your favourite!
 Recipes
 Triple Choc Chip Brownie
 These use a mixture of dark, white and milk chocolate, although it seems a lot, it’s
 worth it, because they are extremely yummy. They look really good finished with a
 drizzle of melted white chocolate or a dusting of icing sugar.

 Makes 24 brownies

 What you will need ……

 • 185g unsalted butter
 • 185g good quality dark chocolate (green and black’s is good)
 • 85g plain flour
 • 40g cocoa powder
 • 50g white chocolate
 • 50g dark chocolate
 • 3 large eggs
 • 280g golden caster sugar




                                             bake then decorate!

                                               Add chocolate chip into the
                                                brownie mix and then ice!




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How to make them……
1. Melt the dark chocolate and butter together in a small heatproof bowl over a
   pan of simmering water, making sure the pan does not touch the water. Stir well
   to combine, then leave to cool to room temperature. Sieve the flour and cocoa
   powder together into a bowl and mix to combine. Set this aside.
2. Chop the chocolate into smallish chunks, or place it in a freezer bag and bash
   with a rolling pin. The chunks need to be small otherwise they will not melt very
   well.
3. Using a free-standing mixer or electric hand mixer, beat the eggs and the sugar
   together until doubled the original volume and it is thick and creamy. This may
   take up to 8 minutes but be patient, it is ready when the mixture leaves a trail on
   top of the surface, if it does not keep beating till it does.
4. Add the cooled chocolate to the whisked egg mixture and gently fold them
   together, you do not want to remove all the air you have just beaten into the
   mixture, it is best to do this in a figure of eight action, carefully do this until the
   two mixtures are combined and resemble a mottled dark brown colour. Add
   the sifted flour and cocoa mixture to this and again carefully mix together in a
   figure of eight action, at this point add the milk and white chocolate pieces and
   stir gently to distribute.

5. Pre-heat the Brownie maker, and using a pastry brush
   grease the bottom and top of the brownie with oil and the brownie cutter insert.
6. Wait for the green ready light to illuminate and then add one heaped dessert
   spoon of mixture to each of the sections, use a teaspoon to push the batter off
   the spoon. Make sure the mixture comes no more than halfway up the cutter
   sides as the batter will expand during cooking. Close the lid and cook for
   between 7-8 minutes. They should be firm to touch but still springy, if in doubt
   insert a cocktail stick if it comes out with crumbs on it then it is ready if it is still very
   sticky cook for a further 30 seconds. If you like your brownies gooey in the centre,
   reduce the cooking time by a fraction.
7. Remove the brownies from the machine and allow them to cool on a wire rack.
   Repeat the process again until the mixture is used up.
Note: If cooking one big brownie, grease the entire base with vegetable oil and
add enough mixture to fill the base. Spread the mixture with a spatula and cook for
10 minutes, when cooked remove with a plastic spatula and place on a wire rack
to cool. Cut into squares or triangles.




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 Recipes
 Carrot Cake Brownies
 These are not technically brownies, as they do not contain chocolate, but they are
 so good especially with the cream cheese topping. Yummy for afternoon tea or a
 lunch box treat for the kids.

 Makes 24 brownies

 What you will need ……

 • 110g unsalted butter, softened
 • 250g light brown sugar
 • 2 eggs
 • 1 tsp vanilla extract
 • 250g plain flour
 • ½ tsp salt
 • 2 tsp baking powder
 • 150g finely grated carrots
 • 80g sultanas
 • 55g chopped walnuts
 • Vegetable oil for greasing

 Cream cheese topping
 • 200g cream cheese ( e.g. Philadelphia)
 • 25g icing sugar
 • 1 orange, grated zest, optional




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How to make them……
1. Melt the butter and sugar together in a saucepan and stir well, leave to cool
   slightly and add the eggs, and beat well.
2. Add the remaining ingredients and beat well. Stir in the nuts to distribute.

3. Pre-heat the Brownie maker, and using a pastry brush grease the bottom and
   top of the brownie with oil and the brownie cutter insert. Wait for the green
   ready light to illuminate and then add one heaped dessert spoon of mixture to
   each of the sections, use a teaspoon to push the batter off the spoon. Make sure
   the mixture comes no more than halfway up the cutter sides as the batter will
   expand during cooking. Close the lid and cook for between 6-7 minutes. They
   should be firm to touch but still springy, if in doubt insert a cocktail stick if it comes
   out with crumbs on it then it is ready if it is still very sticky cook for a further 30
   seconds.
4. Remove the brownies from the machine and allow them to cool on a wire rack.
   Repeat the process again until the mixture is used up.
5. To make the cream cheese frosting, beat the cream cheese and icing sugar
   together until it is creamy, if using the orange zest add half to the mixture and
   mix to combine.
6. Spread the frosting on top of the brownies and sprinkle with the remaining
   orange zest.




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 Recipes
 Mocha Chocolate Brownie
 These are a flour-less brownie which means that they are also suitable for people
 that are intolerant to gluten. They are dense, moist and delicious.

 What you will need ……

 • 100g unsalted butter
 • 150g good quality dark chocolate
 • 1 ½ tsp espresso powder
 • 1 tsp vanilla extract
 • 100g ground almonds
 • 175g caster sugar
 • 4 eggs, separated
 • Vegetable oil for greasing
 • Cocoa powder to dust



                                                       bake then decorate!




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How to make them……
1. Bring a saucepan of water to the boil and reduce to a simmer, place a
   heatproof bowl over the water and make sure the bowl does not touch the
   water. Add the chocolate and butter and melt together stir occasionally until
   smooth. Leave to cool slightly
2. Stir in the espresso powder, vanilla, almonds, and caster sugar and mix well.
   Add the egg yolks and beat together
3. In a separate bowl whisk together the egg whites, until they form stiff peaks. Add
   a spoonful of the egg white to the chocolate mixture to slacken it off then fold
   very carefully the remainder into the mixture. Take care not to over mix, you
   don’t want to knock-out all the air from the mixture.
4. Pre-heat the Brownie maker, and using a pastry brush grease the bottom and
   top of the brownie with oil and the brownie cutter insert. Wait for the green
   ready light to illuminate and then add one heaped dessert spoon of mixture to
   each of the sections; use a teaspoon to push the batter off the spoon. Make sure
   the mixture comes no more than halfway up the cutter sides as the batter will
   expand during cooking. Close the lid and cook for between 6-7 minutes. They
   should be firm to touch but still springy, these brownies tend to be quite sticky,
   which is the way they should be, they will firm up slightly when cooled.
5. Remove the brownies from the machine and allow them to cool on a wire rack.
   Repeat the process again until the mixture is used up.
6. Dust with a layer of cocoa powder over the top.
Note: If cooking one big brownie, grease the entire base with vegetable oil and
add enough mixture to fill the base. Spread the mixture with a spatula and cook for
10 minutes, when cooked remove with a plastic spatula and place on a wire rack
to cool. Cut into squares or triangles.




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 Recipes
 Apple Brownies with Toffee Sauce
 These are heaven, sticky toffee sauce spread over the top makes these very
 special. These can be served warm for pudding with a dollop of good vanilla ice-
 cream.
 Makes 24 brownies

 What you will need ……

 • 120g unsalted butter, softened
 • 180g light muscovado sugar
 • 2 eggs, beaten
 • 200g plain flour
 • 1tsp baking powder
 • ½ tsp bicarbonate of soda
 • 2 tsp mixed spice
 • 2 eating apples, peeled and grated, braeburn or gala are good
 • 50g hazelnuts, chopped
 • Vegetable oil for greasing

 Toffee Sauce
 • 50g brown sugar
 • 20g unsalted butter
 • 125ml double cream
 • Few drops vanilla extract




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How to make them……
1. In a medium size bowl, add the softened butter and the sugar and using an
   electric hand mixer beat until pale and fluffy, this will take a couple of minutes.
   Add one egg at a time and beat until combined.
2. Sift the flour, baking powder, bicarbonate of soda and mixed spice together
   and fold into the buttery mixture. Add the grated apple and chopped nuts and
   mix well to combine.
3. Pre-heat the Brownie maker, and using a pastry brush grease the bottom and
   top of the brownie with oil and the brownie cutter insert. Wait for the green
   ready light to illuminate and then add one heaped dessert spoon of mixture to
   each of the sections; use a teaspoon to push the batter off the spoon. Make sure
   the mixture comes no more than halfway up the cutter sides as the batter will
   expand during cooking. Close the lid and cook for between 6-7 minutes. They
   should be firm to touch but still springy. If in doubt insert a cocktail stick if it comes
   out with crumbs on it then it is ready if it is still very sticky cook for a further 30
   seconds.
4. Remove the brownies from the machine and allow them to cool on a wire rack.
   Repeat the process again until the mixture is used up.
5. To make the toffee sauce, add the butter, sugar and vanilla to a small
   saucepan and heat over a medium heat until it turn a deep toffee colour, add
   the double cream a little at a time until it starts to combine, then add more and
   more, stirring, cook this until the sauce is thick and bubbling, leave this to cool.
6. Spread or drizzle the cool toffee sauce onto the top of the apple brownies and
   serve.




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 Recipes
 White chocolate brownies
 These brownies, are dotted with gleaming white chunks of chocolate.
 Makes 24 brownies

 What you will need ……

 • 120g butter
 • 200g white chocolate
 • 120g plain flour
 • ¾ tsp baking powder
 • ½ tsp salt
 • 50g chopped nuts, walnuts or macadamia are good
 • 2 eggs
 • 120g soft brown sugar




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How to make them……
1. Melt 50g of chocolate with the butter in a small bowl over a pan of simmering
   water until melted mix well. Leave to cool slightly
2. Sift together the flour, baking powder and salt
3. Meanwhile chop the remainder of the chocolate into small pieces using a sharp
   knife.
4. In a medium sized bowl whisk together the eggs and the sugar until well beaten
   and then add the cooled chocolate mixture to this, ensuring that this is also well
   mixed.
5. Add the chopped chocolate pieces and chopped nuts, then fold in the sifted
   flour, mix well.
6. Pre-heat the Brownie maker, and using a pastry brush grease the bottom and
   top of the brownie with oil and the brownie cutter insert. Wait for the green
   ready light to illuminate and then add one heaped dessert spoon of mixture to
   each of the sections; use a teaspoon to push the batter off the spoon. Make sure
   the mixture comes no more than halfway up the cutter sides as the batter will
   expand during cooking. Close the lid and cook for between 6-7 minutes. They
   should be firm to touch but still springy. If in doubt insert a cocktail stick if it comes
   out with crumbs on it then it is ready if it is still very sticky cook for a further 30
   seconds.
7. Remove the brownies from the machine and allow them to cool on a wire rack.
   Repeat the process again until the mixture is used up.
Note: These look really good drizzled with melted white chocolate.




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Recipes
Fruit and Nut Brownies
These are little gems, dotted with red glacé cherries and crisp macadamia nuts
and if you dare topped with gooey chocolate fudge icing.
Makes 24 brownies
What you will need ……
• 200g butter
• 100g plain flour
• 140g soft brown sugar
• 3 tbsp good quality cocoa powder
• ½ tsp baking powder
• 2 eggs, beaten
• 1 tsp vanilla
• 70g chopped natural glacé cherries or dried natural apricots
• 50g chopped macadamia nuts

Optional, but it’s really good!
Chocolate fudge topping
• 75g Unsalted butter
• 175g Icing Sugar
• 3 tbsp Cocoa Powder
• Drop of Milk




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How to make them……
1. Melt the butter in a saucepan, set aside and leave to cool.
2. In a medium bowl sift together the flour, cocoa powder and baking powder.
   Add the sugar and whisk together ensuring these are thoroughly mixed together.
3. Add the eggs to the melted butter and the vanilla extract and beat well.
4. Add this to the flour mixture and beat well until thoroughly mixed, stir in the
   chopped cherries and nuts.
5. Pre-heat the Brownie maker, and using a pastry brush grease the bottom and
   top of the brownie with oil and the brownie cutter insert. Wait for the green
   ready light to illuminate and then add one heaped dessert spoon of mixture to
   each of the sections; use a teaspoon to push the batter off the spoon. Make sure
   the mixture comes no more than halfway up the cutter sides as the batter will
   expand during cooking. Close the lid and cook for between 6-7 minutes. They
   should be firm to touch but still springy. If in doubt insert a cocktail stick if it comes
   out with crumbs on it then it is ready if it is still very sticky cook for a further 30
   seconds.
6. Remove the brownies from the machine and allow them to cool on a wire rack.
   Repeat the process again until the mixture is used up.
If making the chocolate fudge icing

7. Place the butter in a bowl and beat until soft. Gradually sift and beat in the
   icing sugar and cocoa powder then add enough milk to make the icing fluffy
   and spreadable.
8. Spread on top of the cooled brownies and serve.




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 Care and Cleaning
 Before cleaning your Brownie Maker, unplug it from the mains supply and allow
 it to cool down completely. This product does not disassemble for cleaning.

 Cleaning the cooking plates
 The cooking plates should be cleaned and conditioned before each heating.

 1. Remove the metal brownie cutter then brush cooking plates with a clean, soft
    pastry brush or cloth. To condition plates before each heating, lightly coat the
    cooking surfaces with solid vegetable shortening or vegetable oil.
    After a time, if brownies show signs of sticking, recondition as described.

 Note: To protect the premium quality non-stick surfaces, use only plastic, nylon or
 wooden utensils.

 2. To remove any batter baked onto the cooking plates, pour a small amount of
    cooking oil onto the hardened batter, allow to set for 5 minutes, then wipe the
    softened batter off with a paper towel or soft cloth. Remove stubborn stains with
    a plastic mesh puff or pad.

 A clean round kitchen brush or a toothbrush works well to remove baked-on batter
 from the metal brownie cutter insert. The metal brownie cutter can be hand
 washed in warm, soapy water.

 For best results, use only products with directions stating they are safe for cleaning
 non-stick cooking surfaces. Do not use steel wool or coarse scouring pads.

 3. Use a soft damp cloth to wash the exterior. Dry thoroughly.


 CAUTION
 Do not immerse the APPLIANCE, the CORD or the PLUG in water.

 To keep this Brownie Maker in good condition NEVER use steel wool, chemical,
 wooden or abrasive cleaners to clean the outside surface.


 WARNING!
 NEVER PLACE THE BROWNIE MAKER IN A DISHWASHER.

 Storage
 When not in use or in storage, the power cable
 may be wound under the bottom of the Brownie
 Maker as shown.

 WARNING!
 NEVER STORE THE BROWNIE MAKER WHILE IT IS HOT
 OR STILL PLUGGED IN.
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Servicing
If you drop or damage your Brownie Maker it should not be used until it has been
examined by an authorised Service Centre or appliance technician.
Always refer servicing to qualified service personnel.




Guarantee
This product is guaranteed for 1 year from the date of original purchase. If any
defect arises due to faulty materials or workmanship, the unit will either be repaired
where applicable, replaced or refunded at our discretion.

The following conditions apply:
• The product must be returned to the retailer with original proof of purchase.
• The product must be installed and used in accordance with the instructions
  contained in this instruction guide.
• It must be used only for domestic purposes.
• It does not cover wear and tear, damage, misuse or consumable parts.
• We accept no responsibility for incidental or consequential loss or damage.
• Valid in the UK only.

Customer Helpline: 0845 467 6743

For technical queries, please contact: Sensiohome, 1 Old Parkbury Lane,
Colney Street, St Albans, Hertfordshire, AL2 2EB.




This product is manufactured to comply with the radio interference requirements of EEC Directive 93/68 EEC.


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                  Add chocolate chip into the
                   brownie mix and then ice!

                         bake then decorate!




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