Brownies & Bars Hot Fudge Brownie in a Crock Pot 4.92 from 23 votes Create a Profile! × Sign Up Already have an account? Sign In Jump To Recipe Jump To Video Save Recipe Learn how to make my chocolatey, Hot Fudge Brownie in a Crock Pot recipe and discover a whole new way to bake your favorite desserts. By Gemma Stafford | February 18, 2016 | 128 Last updated on January 24, 2021 This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my full disclosure for details. Hi Bold Bakers! Recently I have been using my Crock Pot more and more to bake. YES, bake. Crock Pots and Slow Cookers are amazing for baking because they bake and steam at the same time so you end up with an incredibly moist and soft dessert like my Hot Fudge Brownie in a Crock Pot Recipe. It is so amazing you will want to eat it straight out of the pot. How many of you have a Crock Pot or rice cooker in your house right now? Crock Pots are fantastic, inexpensive pieces of kitchen equipment. If you live in a dorm or have a small kitchen they are especially handy as they can replace your stove top or oven. You might already own a Crock Pot or Slow Cooker, so if you do then dust it off and let’s get baking. If you don’t have a Crock Pot, don’t worry. You can find my conventional oven baking instructions below. The difference between baking in the oven is you get dry heat so it forms a crust on your baking. The beauty of baking in a Crock Pot is you get heat and steam at the same time. Imagine what that does. Making desserts in a Crock Pot also means that you save on oven space. This brownie can be prepared ahead of time and timed to cooked at your convenience. Then once you are ready for dessert you can set it and forget it until it pings! NOTE: This Chocolate Fudge Brownie can even be made the day before and placed in the Crock Pot in the fridge and then cooked off the next day. Also, resist the urge to remove the lid while cooking. You want to keep all the steam in to cook your brownie. Cook until there is a slight jiggle in the middle. Try These Recipes! Traditional Irish Oat FlapjacksMaple Pecan BlondiesMarbled Pumpkin Pie BrowniesSimple Magic Bars (Hello Dolly Bars) Watch The Recipe Video! Play Crock Pot Chocolate Fudge Brownie Recipe 4.92 from 23 votes Print Recipe Add to Favorites Loading… Learn how to make my chocolatey, Hot Fudge Brownie in a Crock Pot recipe and discover a whole new way to bake your favorite desserts. Author: Adapted from Brown Eyed Baker blog Servings: 8 Dessert Chocolate Slow Cooker Prep Time 20 minsCook Time 1 hr 30 minsTotal Time 1 hr 50 mins Learn how to make my chocolatey, Hot Fudge Brownie in a Crock Pot recipe and discover a whole new way to bake your favorite desserts. Author: Adapted from Brown Eyed Baker blog Servings: 8 Ingredients 2 cups (12oz/340g) dark chocolate, coarsely chopped1 cup (8oz/225g) unsalted butter, cut into 1-inch pieces5 eggs , at room temperature2 teaspoons vanilla extract1¼ cups (6 ¼ oz/177g) all-purpose flour1 teaspoon salt2 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder1½ cups (12oz/340g) sugar½ cup (3oz/90g) light brown sugarHandful of chocolate chips⅔ cups (4oz/115g) brown sugar1 cups (8floz/225ml) boiling water1 ½ tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder Instructions Melt the chocolate and butter together in a large bowl in the microwave or over a saucepan of simmering water. Heat just until the chocolate and butter are completely melted and smooth. Set aside to cool a little.Whisk in the sugars. This will cool down the mix before you add in the eggs.Whisk in the eggs and vanilla to the chocolate mixture and whisk until combined.Lastly fold in the flour, salt and cocoa over the chocolate mixture until just combined. Then add in your handful of chocolate chips and stir in.Butter your crock pot dish and pour in your batter. Flatten it out with the spatula on top.In another bowl, combine the brown sugar, water and cocoa. Pour over batter without stirring. This mix make the brownie incredibly moist.Cook on High for 1 ½ - 2 hours. Every crock pot is different so your timing may vary. Keep the lid on while cooking as it needs all of that lovely steam to help it cook and stay moist. You will know when the brownie is cooked because it will be firm on top. (this recipe can also be cooked in an oven, see notes)Remove it from the crock pot dish from the crock pot and set it aside to cool down for 30 minutes.Enjoy warm with some vanilla ice cream. Recipe Notes This Chocolate Fudge brownie can be made the day before and place in the crock pot pot in the fridge and then cooked off the next day. This recipe can also be baked in an oven with a lid over the dish. Bake at 350oF (180oC) .It will take less time in an oven so keep an eye on it.