The Brownie was created in Chicago in 1893 when a pastry chef was asked to invent a dessert for the women who attended the Woman’s Building at the Chicago World’s Columbian Exposition, to be placed in the lunch box. Just like then, today we are offering a version of this famous dessert in a jar, to be taken to work, enjoyed in the evening while watching a good movie or to simply have it available to satisfy a moment of craving.
Break up the chocolate and transfer it to a glass bowl. Set the microwave (or the Ultracombi in microwave mode) to 280 W and heat the chocolate for about 4 minutes to melt it.
Pour the condensed milk into another bowl and heat it at 280 W for 2 minutes. Crack the eggs into the melted chocolate and whisk vigorously, then slowly pour in the condensed milk.
Divide the mixture into 4 x 370 ml Weck jars, clean the edges and close the jars with the gasket and 4 clamps. Set the microwave (or the Ultracombi in microwave mode) to 500 W and cook one jar at a time for 3 minutes. Let it rest at room temperature. Place in the fridge for at least 4 hours to harden or in the Blast chiller by setting the rapid hot dessert cooling function, following the settings on the display.
Open the clamp and remove from every jar onto the plate, garnishing with blueberries and strawberries and a sprinkle of icing sugar or unsweetened cocoa powder.
Store in the fridge for 7 days.