Weird Brownie Surface

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    alvs87PH New Member

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    This does not look good at all. Please help, I don't know why everything just gathered in the middle.

    I didnt do anything different. Same measurements and process. This is the first time this happened. Usually the top woild just be nice and even, now it's looking like there's a peanut island in the middle.

    Any thoughts? Thank you in advance.
     

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    Norcalbaker59 Well-Known Member

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    @alvs87PH,
    Hello, sorry to hear about your brownie problem.

    Not knowing your recipe in mixing method it’s difficult to troubleshoot.

    But from the looks of it if I were to venture a guess I would say you have a issue with separation of the fats.

    A separation of fat can be caused by a number of reasons:

    too much fat in the recipe

    butter and chocolate melted at too high a temperature for too long

    fat in butter not emulsified as they are melted
     
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    Becky Administrator

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    Welcome to the forum @alvs87PH :)

    I agree that seeing the recipe would help, could you share a link?
     
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