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addition idea: get a small plastic bag and fill it with sprinkles. attach it to the back of the directions and lable the bag "LOVE". on the last step of the directions put: Remove from over and sprinkle it with Love!
These are excellent! I don't care for nuts in my brownies so I substituted peanut butter chips and chocolate chips instead. Be sure your jar will hold 32 oz. before you begin - or you will not be able to fit all ingredients!
I made these for a Red Cross event and they were a hit. While warm out of the oven I added a bit of powdered sugar to the top which is how I remember them as a child. The only difficulty I had was fitting all the ingredients in a jar as a gift. I found that pounding the jar on a carpeted floor settles each section nicely to fit the rest of the ingredients in.
I had a Christmas cookie party. I had my friends come over and make this mix to give away to family and friends for the holidays. We put the mix in large ziploc bags and placed it inside an oven mitt. This worked out great and everyone just raved about how great the brownies were and how they kept them for themselves. This is now apart of our holiday traditions.
My Brownie troop made these this year for gifts to give this is the 2nd year with this type of project. The kids loved it and was easy for them to do. Recipes in a jar is now a tradition with my scout troops. The girls are comming back saying they loved how they cooked up. Some even got to cook with their Dad's!!!!!!! I am asked for the full recipe now.
Just made this recipe to test it out for holiday gifts. It's easy on the recipient works great and tastes great. I cut the sugar to 2 cups as some others did and added 1/2 c. chocolate chips instead of nuts. My kids actually thought less chips would be better so I'll probably go with 1/3 c. next time. And melt the butter/marg before adding...