Fudgy Mocha Brownie With Walnut

Mocha walnut brownie is my most loved party fav dessert recipe.

I get special request to make them. So much so that they all say I should charge for it. ❤❤  May be I should?

A fudgy brownie with crinkle top, warm out of the oven and with some chocolate sauce drizzled on top. Drooling yet!


And if you like a good fudgy brownie do try my Eggless Nutella Brownie and trust me you won’t even miss the eggs in it.

You must checkout the brownie batter dip, its a no bake recipe perfect for sweet treats.


When I was clicking pictures my son was soooo eager to pick up the brownie. ?? Kids are just so cute. I turned my back for a sec and he almost managed to??


Other brownie recipes on the blog that you may like-


I also love the brownie recipe from Gemma’s Bigger Bolder Baking.

Directions to make Mocha Walnut Brownie-


1/4 cup All purpose flour/maida

50 gm butter

3/4 cup granulated sugar

2 small eggs or 1 large egg

70 gm dark chocolate(I have used amul cooking chocolate)

1 tsp coffee powder(optional-choose instant coffee)

1 tsp cocoa powder

1 tsp vanilla essence

1 tsp instant coffee powder


Melt butter and dark chocolate in a heavy bottom saucepan. Let the mix come to room temperature.

Cream together egg and sugar until fluffy. Add vanilla essence, coffee and cocoa powder.

**don’t skip creaming the eggs and sugar because that’s the key step to get crinkle top in a brownie. It also incorporate some air.

Add the butter and chocolate mixture in the egg mix.

Fold in the flour and mix to form a smooth batter. Now add half the crushed walnut in the batter.

Tip in the lined tin and sprinkle rest of the walnuts on top. Bake at 170°C for 20 mins until toothpic inserted comes clean.

Enjoy warm with some chocolate sauce.


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  1. Hi, how do you manage to get that beautiful crackly top? I’ve tried many times but in vain although the brownies turn out absolutely delicious. Thanks

    1. Thanks so much for feedback!
      Crinckly top comes from the chocolate, the quality of chocolate matters. Use lindt cooking chocolate. They give good results. Hope this helps.

  2. Looks delicious and love the recipe. Pls can u tell me size of the baking pan used and how many pieces will get with this recipe

    1. In 6 inch pan you get 6 slices but slices will be thick as well. I have used a 8 inch pan and slices as you see in pictures.(total 9 piece)

  3. The texture of this brownie is so perfect Avin! Crispy on the outside and soft chewy inside. No wonder your son could not wait to get his hands on it !

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