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Here’s where to find the fudgiest brownies in Singapore

Brownies are just about one of the most fail-safe desserts to have, regardless of your mood or the weather. To make a bad day good, or a good day even better, we’ve sussed out the best brownies in Singapore to indulge in.

Whether you pair it with some extra chocolate syrup or a scoop of your favourite ice-cream, one thing’s for sure: each of these rich, fudgy squares are perfect as an indulgent treat at any time of the day.

Besides, chocolate always brightens up our day. Read on for our hitlist of where to find the best brownies in Singapore.

7 places to find the best brownies in Singapore: 

(Hero and featured image credit: carlosgaw/Getty Images & Lemuel Chocolate)

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We’re not one to gatekeep all our good finds, so here’s one of our favourites in town: Dee Bakes. Here, these gooey brownies come in four different flavours, with our favourite being the salted pretzel cheesecake with speculoos. Think a fudgey brownie mixed with cheesecake to balance the sweetness, complete with a generous dollop of speculoos filling for good measure. The brownies here are available at a rate of S$26 for six pieces a box, and the flavours can be mixed.

Love chocolate as much as we do? Then you’ll fall right in love with the Blackout Brownie from Lemuel Chocolate. The online exclusive for the homegrown brand comes packed with black cocoa, 72-percent dark chocolate and flaky sea salt, making it an indulgent afternoon tea treat you’ll keep coming back for time and time again. A box of six (S$30) comes with two Original Sea Salt Dark Chocolate Brownies and four other random flavours.

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P.Osh has a soft spot in our hearts. Rather than our usual fudge-like suspects, the ones here are made for those who love the crispier, caramelised edges of the brownie pan. The chewy original flavour is of course, the bestseller, but you could always take a deep dive into the extensive range of flavours they offer, including mint chocolate, peanut butter and jelly, and sea salt caramel.

(Image credit: @joys_eats via Instagram)

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If you’re vegan, gluten-free, or just on a keto diet, then Delcie’s is where you should be heading to. Yes, their treats are free of cholesterol and trans fat, but that doesn’t mean they don’t taste good. The slightly thinner English brownies are made with a wonderfully crispy top and a chewy texture, perfect to pair with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream or two.

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We don’t think we’ll ever forget the first time we laid eyes on Whiskdom’s molten brownies. Crispy edges form the walls of the each of these rich pieces, before a molten pool of filling oozes out with each bite. Take your pick from 14 different flavours here, including three blondie picks of matcha, hojicha and matcha yuzu.

One can’t mention brownies in Singapore without BUNDT by The Backyard Bakers. While they’ve been in operation since 2017, the bakery gained fame during the circuit breaker back in 2020 for their sinful, blackout brownies. The squares are definitely fudgier in terms of texture, and our personal favourite flavour besides the ever-reliable Molten Lava Dark Choc, Walnut & Sea Salt has to be the Valrhona Dark Choc, Nutella & Hazelnut.

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Puffs and Peaks

The stuffed donuts and sourdough loaves may be what most customers come to Puffs and Peaks for, but we dare say the brownies here are pretty damn good too. Each bite into the gluten-free Valrhona brownie bars promise thick, chocolatey goodness — usually we like to cut them into quarters and savour them over a few days, but if we’re in need for some serious sugar you can bet we’re inhaling it whole immediately.

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Here’s where to find the fudgiest brownies in Singapore

Jocelyn Tan

Senior Writer

Jocelyn Tan is a travel, food and design writer who loves to explore lesser-known cities abroad and chat with locals about their favourite eats in town. When she's not writing, she's probably indulging in serial killer podcasts or reading one too many books on East Asian history.

 

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