Ube and Oreo are a delicious combination. The chewy mochi layer adds an unexpected texture in the middle. The crunchy and chewy ingredients combine to make a delightful brownie bite. This recipe includes ube dahlia and white chocolate to create a challenging, fudgy brownie. The brownie can be made independently, but I recommend adding all the other ingredients to elevate it.
The purple yam (pronounced ooh beh) is a staple in Filipino cooking. It is a popular ingredient in Filipino cuisine, and its nutty, sweet flavor adds an exciting twist to any dessert. Ube Cookies, Ube Cake, and Ube Ice Cream are just a few options. Ube is a popular dessert that has been gaining popularity online and worldwide.
Mochi is a traditional Japanese treat made of glutinous rice. It gives the brownie a chewy texture. The rigid pieces of mochi contrast the tube’s smoothness and the Oreos’ crunchiness. The recipe can be used to make mochi without the brownie layer.
Cool the brownies before eating to create a compelling effect. The mochi tends to break easier when it is still warm inside the brownie. This is a fact!
Try this recipe. The mochi layer is a lot of fun! Try the matcha-red bean mocha brown or Biscoff mocha brown.
- 140 g glutinous Rice Flour
- 40 g cornstarch
- 280 g milk
- Castor sugar 30 g
- Unsalted Butter 30 g
- 120 g Unsalted Butter
- 120 g White Chocolate (chopped).
- 120 g Ube halaya
- 2 tsp of ube extract
- One large egg
- Castor sugar 100 g
- Brown sugar, 50 g
- Standard 200 g flour
- Half a teaspoon of salt
- Oreos, one pack (chopped).
- Place all ingredients, except the butter, in a microwave-safe bowl.
- Mix and microwave for 1 minute. Continue to microwave for 1 minute until all liquid has been absorbed.
- Mix the butter into the hot mixture. Butter will make the butter easier to handle
- Allow to cool down slightly
- Roll the mochi between two sheets of baking paper to the size of the brownie pan.
- Melt butter and white chocolate in the microwave or on a double boiler. Let the mixture cool down a little.
- Add the sugars after mixing the ube halaya and ube extract.
- Pour the chocolate mixture in and stir until combined
- Add the salt and flour. Mix until combined.
- Pour half of the ube batter into your lined brownie pan
- The batter can be layered with mochi.
- Pour remaining ube batter on top
- Add crushed Oreos to the batter evenly.
- Bake at 180degC 45min