Best brownies I've ever had!
Best brownies I've ever had!
I will NEVER use brownie mix again since this recipe is super easy and even more tasty! Semisweet chips definitely give a depth of flavor you just can't get from cocoa powder. Be sure to use quality chocolate chips to ensure the best chocolate flavor. Also, you might want to temper the eggs before adding them to the warm chocolate mixture or allow the chocolate mixture to cool a bit so you don't end up with scrambled eggs in the batter. I used a 16 ounce bag of chocolate chips, melting the 1 1/2 cups as the recipe calls for and adding the extra 1/2 cup to the cooled batter so I could have chocolate chunks in the brownies. (If you do add the extra chocolate chips, toss them in a teaspoon of flour to coat them so they won't sink to the bottom of the pan.) Thanks for sharing this recipe. I'll be making these brownies again and again!Read More
This was much too sweet! I did double the recipe and baked it in a 9x13 in glass pan! HW I would suggest not putting any salt in it! I only put 2 1/2 cups choc even tho I doubled the recipe! I also only put a little less than 1 cup of sugar... even then it was too sweet! the texture came out perfect! This was okay... but I would not rate it as the "best brownies I've ever had"!! maybe you'll have better luck than me! *_*Read More
I will NEVER use brownie mix again since this recipe is super easy and even more tasty! Semisweet chips definitely give a depth of flavor you just can't get from cocoa powder. Be sure to use quality chocolate chips to ensure the best chocolate flavor. Also, you might want to temper the eggs before adding them to the warm chocolate mixture or allow the chocolate mixture to cool a bit so you don't end up with scrambled eggs in the batter. I used a 16 ounce bag of chocolate chips, melting the 1 1/2 cups as the recipe calls for and adding the extra 1/2 cup to the cooled batter so I could have chocolate chunks in the brownies. (If you do add the extra chocolate chips, toss them in a teaspoon of flour to coat them so they won't sink to the bottom of the pan.) Thanks for sharing this recipe. I'll be making these brownies again and again!
I'm very impressed. In fact, I have to go change my review of another brownie recipe because this one is absolutely the best (and I can't say that about the other recipe anymore). Tastes just like the brownies out of a box. I followed the recipe exactly, baked for 25 minutes, and they are perfect. I have to hurry and freeze them so I don't eat them all in one sitting. Next time, I will omit the salt, but that is the only modification I will make. Except doubling or tripling this recipe! Worth the hype. This will now be my brownie recipe of choice. Excellent! *update: these are just as delicious after being frozen! I defrosted at room temperature in a sandwich bag. Still delicious! *update 2: I have also made these as mini cupcakes. In the oven for 7 minutes makes them just cooked enough. Yum, yum, yum! Huge hit at a recent party!
I doubled the recipe and used a glass 9" x 13" pan and they came out great!
WOW!!! Are you kidding me? These are definitely the best brownies I've ever had. I was really craving brownies, but was out of cocoa powder, so I wanted a recipe that didn't require it. These brownies definitely hit the spot...I ate so much, I went to work out afterwards! The use of chocolate chips in this recipe make the chocolate taste more "chocolatey" if you will. It is very rich and better than any store bought I know of...I feel less guilty about eating these than the boxed mixes that have additives, preservatives, and hydrogenated oils. These brownies are killer. One thing though...I baked mine for more than the recommended time. I was concerned about doing this because the recipe stresses not to overbake the brownies, but I guess it varies by oven. I used the toothpick test and it did not come out clean, so I baked for about another 12 to 15 minutes. The edges were just crispy and the middle was just done, almost fudgy..... Also, I didn't have an 8x8 pan, but I wanted brownies so bad that I used a round dish (not even a pan, a dish!). But it didn't matter. YYYUUUUMMM!!! Try these...you won't be disappointed. Thanks for sharing this one. It's a keeper.
WOW. These are great - fudgey, chocolately - everything I want in a brownie. This will be my new brownie recipe and it's so easy too! By the way 1 1/2 c of chocolate chips is equal to a 9 oz bag.
I've never made brownies with melted chocolate chips before so I was very curious, however, with so many reviewers pleased with this recipe I felt confident I wouldn't be disappointed - and I wasn't. I used Ghiradelli chocolate chips and reduced the salt to 1/4 tsp. As the submitter warns, don't overbake and you'll be rewarded with rich, fudgy brownies. Great as is, but I topped mine with Brownie Frosting, recipe also from this site.
All I can say is "WOW". I doubled the recipe and baked in a 10x12 pan for 28 minutes. I used unsalted butter and just used a pinch of salt (don't like to taste any salt!). Also - I love chocolate and rasberry together - so I added a tiny bit of rasberry extract - and wow - added just the taste I was looking for! Thanks a bunch!!!!
Really moist and fudgy, with a crisp top layer, these were easy to make and fabulous the next day. I think I will abandon my old tried and true one I've been making for years.
These brownies could have been made from a mix. They had the flakey top layer that you get from a mix, the great chewy crust pieces, and an awesome deep dark fudgey chocolate flavor. I don't need to buy brownies from a box anymore. *edit* I wanted to try a PB/Chocolate brownie so I used half PB chips and half chocolate chips in this recipe. The verdict? If you want peanut butter chocolate brownies, marble some PB into the tops of this recipe using the full amount of chocolate chips.
If I get fat, it's ALL your fault!!!!! MMMMM...Brownies
I used irish cream for water & I did only bake for 25 minutes. While they were baking, I heated 1/3 cup of Irish cream to boiling & added 8 oz of chopped white chocolate, stirring until it melted. Letting it sit to cool before pouring/spreading on the cooled brownies. I let them set up in the fridge before slicing. They were good but I thought they needed more butter. Thanks for the recipe!
"Tastes like it's from a mix"?! That's insulting! (especially at the cost of the chocolate that goes in it) It's far better than a mix, and has been getting rave reviews. I added a splash of Kahlua (my grandmother's secret). It look a bit longer to bake, but turned out fabulous!
This was much too sweet! I did double the recipe and baked it in a 9x13 in glass pan! HW I would suggest not putting any salt in it! I only put 2 1/2 cups choc even tho I doubled the recipe! I also only put a little less than 1 cup of sugar... even then it was too sweet! the texture came out perfect! This was okay... but I would not rate it as the "best brownies I've ever had"!! maybe you'll have better luck than me! *_*
The great thing about this recipe is that if you like gooey brownies, when baked for around 25 mins, the melted chocolate with ensure they are gooey! If you prefer them cake-y, you can cook for longer & they will cake up. Brilliant, no?! They also have that beautiful glossy top & chewy edges :) I really recommend letting the melted chocolate mix cool a minute or two before whisking the egg in, just to avoid cooking any of the egg. ...Oh, and I also love that everything in this recipe is a real ingredient, no prepackaged mixes - no ingredients list that sounds like a laboratory inventory! Chocolate happiness, no?!
WOW! made these today... easy, probably the best I've had in... FOREVER!
These were very good brownies. I think I substituted half of the white sugar for brown, added some coconut, some chopped nuts, and made them into brownie muffins. They were very moist and delicious! UPDATE: I took this recipe and created my own version of it. Really, I changed it so much its not even the same, heheh. But had I never come across this recipe, my version would never have existed. So thank you! My version of it has become my one and only brownie. Always fudgey and gooey.
My hubby had a craving for brownies so I decided to make this recipe because it looked easy. What a surprise!! Fabulous taste (melt in your mouth) perfect texture and not overly sweet. I am not a fan of brownies, but I couldn’t stop eating these! Hubby gave them 2 thumbs up and said they were the best brownies he had ever tasted. I didn't modify the recipe at all and won't when i make them again--it's perfect. I baked them for 25 minutes in an 8 x 8 pan and i think that 30 minutes would have dried them out. The toothpick test does not work for brownies, so i checked to see if brownies were pulling away from the sides of pan (slightly) This is definitely a repeat!
Be sure to let the chocolate mixture cool or temper the eggs, or you will get cooked eggs in your mixture. I baked these for 30 minutes and they came out perfect.
These are awesome brownies. I played with the recipe a bit to combat the cake-like quality of the brownies that some reviewers complained about, and found that using only 1 egg makes them much more fudge-like. Would be 5 stars for me with this change. Also, I reserved about 1/3 cup of the chocolate chips to sprinkle on top before baking. Yum!
Great recipe, but I have to admit I was hesitant at first when I added the chocolate chips into the water/butter/sugar mixture. I was worried my chocolate would seize and when it was looking too pasty I transferred the chocolate mixture to my Kitchen-Aid bowl and began blending it together really well which helped as I added the vanilla and eggs. I baked this in my springform pan for 22 minutes. Makes a great cakey brownie!
I made this particular brownie recipe because I had everything in stock. I used Nestle's semi sweet morsels and followed the recipe except I tried the first review's suggestion of mixing another half cup of morsels in flour for chunks of chocolate in the brownies. Well I guess my mixture was still too warm and they melted anyway. That said, these brownies were perfect...not too cakey, and not too fudgey. Our guest cleaned the dish spotless. I baked them in an 8X8 glass Pyrex for exactly 25 minutes. They held together very well and weren't crumbly like a lot of brownies, very moist and no need for anything extra like frosting...they were sweet enough and thick enough as they are. I think I'll just add 2 cups of morsels next time I make them instead of 1 1/2 cups to achieve the exact brownie texture...and I will make these again and again.
Yummy! These brownies were so good and almost perfect. Mine had to cook for 35 minutes instead of 25-30. But the main thing - too much salt! And I did measure it out. I usually don't, but this time I did and made sure it was 1/2 tsp. Each bite I took it was like, "Wow this is good, but there is that hint of salt at the end". I didn't like that and I am suprised that it happened. Next time, if I am using salted butter, I will not use any salt. Otherwise - awesome brownies. This will definitely be my new "Go to" recipe. Thanks!
These are truly the best brownies I have ever made, possibly even ever had. They are the perfect brownie texture - fudgey with a flakey top. I can't see myself ever using another recipe again. I followed this one to a 't' and see no need to alter any of it. I would suggest using good quality chocolate chips.
This recipe was not to my taste at all. It was like chocolate cake without the chocolate flavor. Very bland. I followed the recipe to the letter. I would not recommend this to anyone.
I love this recipe!!! I doubled it though because an 8x8 pan don't last long with 4 little boys in the house! They were cakey but moist which I usually don't like cakey brownies but these are now my favorite!
I'm sort of a brownie snob but loved the consistency of these. After putting the brownie mixture in the pan I combined 1 brick of cream cheese, 1/2 cup of sugar, and one egg. I poured that on top of the brownie mixture and marbled the two together. You will have to bake the brownies a little longer.
My boyfriend loves brownies...chewy and moist brownies. I found them!! These are excellent brownies. If the nutrition infomation is correct they aren't half bad for you considering I made a batch yesterday that was three times as bad nutritionally and did not compare in taste!!
Easy, moist and delicious my family and I loved them. Made these late one night and they were gone at breakfast the next morning.
These turned out horrible! I hate to rate somebody's recipe this way, but my brownies didn't turn out at all. The center never cooked through (it was like a pudding-filled cake), and I let them cook for 45 minutes hoping they would set. They were also salty. Yuck!
I would have to say these were one of the worst brownies I have ever made! It was more like a cake than a brownie. My kids told me to never make them again. Actually I ended up throwing them out and trying a different recipe. Hopefully I will have more success.
Very good. Seems I did my best to mess up this recipe and it still turned out beautifully. When I put the chips into the butter mix it started to overcook and harden but just went with it not wanting to throw my chips out. Put the eggs in and just wisked like crazy. Then I used a gluten free flour and cooked like stated. Was wonderful. I love these. It has probably turned into my go-to recipe for brownies.
I don't know what I did wrong. I used a really high quality chocolate to make them even better and the texture was nothing like described in the other reviews. Mine were cakey and barely tasted like anything. Very disappointing.
These brownies are the best I've ever made, from scratch or otherwise. There is a lovely little crust on the top as there should be! I added chocolate chips to one batch right before pouring into the baking dish, and that made them even better. I highly recommend this recipe!
These are fantastic! Be sure to double the recipe. I also used half milk and half semisweet chocolate chips.
Very yummy, and awesome brownie texture!
pretty darn good!
This recipe is simple, easy and absolutely delicious! It can be prepped and baked in less than 45 minutes and turns out fabulous every time. Sometimes I use 1/2 peanut butter chips and half semisweet chocolate chips for luscious peanut butter brownies.
I doubled it to put it in a 9x13 pan. I also upped the temperature to 350 I cooked it for 25 minutes Hope this helps!
The first time I tried this recipe I had to cook it for 40 min. till the middle was cooked, and it came out kinda flat and VERY salty, and I could barely choke it down!!!( my chocolate loving brother didn't care though and ate 1/4 of it ) I was like what did I do wrong??? I went back to the recipe and I saw I added half of a TABLEspoon instead of half a teaspoon, I ended up throwing almost the whole thing away!!! ADVICE : MAKE SURE YOU PUT IN THE RIGHT AMOUNT OF SALT !!! I tried it again the next day adding the right amount of salt( actually a little less ) I also waited a couple minutes for the sugar/water/butter/chocolate mix to cool so the eggs wouldn't start to cook in the mixture. The brownies didn't come out flat,like before and only needed to be cooked for 25 min. After waiting around 15 min. for them to cool, I cut them and they were a little cakey, just a little. They WERE good, I just prefer a brownie that's more fudgey. But the rest of my famiglia LOVED them. It really just depends on what kind of brownie you like. So in conclusion: -Add the right amount of salt in (maybe a little less) -let the sugar/chocolate/water/butter mixture cool a little before putting the eggs in -let the brownies cool before cutting them And you will get a perfectly good moist cakeish brownie !!! *** update *** I think if you cook the brownies a little shorter, say 20 min., they will turn out more fudgy
I thought that these were very tasty and easy to make but they were missing something...I couldn't put my finger on it but I think that they needed perhaps a little brewed coffee in them or even a few teaspoons of some sort of liquor just to really bring out the chocolate flavor. Oh, and in my oven 30 minutes was a perfect time, as they were baked just right. I will make them again soon and tweak them to see what I can do to really make them stand out.
The perfect fudge like brownie!
These were ridiculously easy and fast to make. The brownies were delicious and I can't imagine ever using a boxed version again. I doubled the recipe and used a 9 x 13 pan. The end result was sheer perfection.
This recipe did not work for me! The chocolate seized the moment it hit the butter/sugar/water mixture. I was so disappointed in the waste of good ingredients that I didn't bother trying again. Save yourself the trouble and find a new receipe.
Cook at 325 for THIRTY FIVE (35) minutes in convection oven. Not 25. Tried at 30. A hard crust formed and even after testing, the stick came out clean. But once the pan cooled and the brownies settled, I discovered it was not cooked through the middle. And when tested with the stick, it came out a little gooey. Sweetness was good, but omitted salt because I used salted butter. Requires attention to stirring.
I liked this brownie, but it wasn't the best I've had. It was a little dry and lacked flavor, followed directions and even had my sister-in-law try the recipe making the recipe herself there just seems like somethings missing
Awesome brownies!! I doubled the recipe (except the salt) and baked in a 9 x 13 pan. It took an addtional 10 minutes or so to bake. Great texture! And tasted yummy!
It's no wonder there are so many five star reviews. Everyday ingredients, prepared in 10 min and all in one pot. I ligned my pan with a foil and sprayed it with pam. After baking, just lifted foil and Voila, done. Fabulous chocolate taste and moist texture. I have been making brownies and such for 40years and t this is #1 on my favorites from now on. All I got from my husband and sons was "Oh man that's good" As for me, well, it's my fourth piece in 15 min. Thanks for sharing.
I made these a few years ago, and the recipe didn't work for me. I must have done something wrong because I made them again today and they turned out amazing. These are so easy and bake up perfectly. You have to make sure to not overbake. There was still a little batter on the toothpick when I took these out, but after sitting at room temperature to cool and then refrigerating for several hours, they were perfect. No hard edges, rich, fudgy, fabulous brownies.
I was really dissapointed in these. Maybe I cooked them to long. I followed the directions to a T. Found them rather boring and honestly dont think they are that much cheaper to make. I may try it again and add some nutmeg and cinnamon.
What a easy and delicious recipe! I made homemade brownies before, and they turned out terrible. I was a little hesitate to make these, but they turned out great! They were so yummy I couldn't stop eating them when I took them out of the oven. I followed the recipe exactly and made no changes. I will make this over and over again!
Since I didn't have any chocolate chips, I used cocoa and sugar with applesauce. I also used white whole wheat flour. They weren't as sweet as they would have been but we still enjoyed them. Looking forward to using the chocolate chips, though!
MMMM They are the best ever and I don't care much for chocolate. I put fudge and ice cream on top. My daughter's best friend summed it up when she said your mommy makes the best brownies. I highly recommend this recipie.
These brownies were absolutely "mmmmmm". I made them in a mini muffin tin, cooked for about 10 minutes (I might cook them for a little longer next time. They were a little too soft in the middle). The batter made 24 good sized brownie bites. A bag of chocolate chips is 2 cups. I thought more has to be better. Next time I'll stick with the recipe. It was hard to mix and it turned into a big fudgie ball. After all was said and done it wasn't a problem but next time I'll just do it as it is suggested. I found mint Hershey's kisses (for St.Patricks day). I put one on each brownie bite. I can't tell you how good that made them! Tasted just like a thin mint Girl Scout cookie. Yum!
I didn't like the taste. Think I'll leave the vanilla out next time. However, my kids ate half the batch straight out of the oven.
These are good. I had a lot of compliments on them. The one thing I would have to say, is you have to know your oven becuase its very easy to overcook them.
These are yummy! Didn't change a thing. I wouldn't ever buy a box mix again! Everyone raved about them and they weren't overly sweet.
Easy peasy. I told my fiancée I was going to make brownies from scratch and she seemed a little skeptical of the potential outcome. Well she loved these. I like them too. One not of caution, they came out a little gooey (which is fine) but I got a little anxious and cut them way too soon. Definitely wait until they get a chance to cool properly and they will set up nice so you can cut and serve easier.
These brownies are excellent! I prefer 'fudgy' brownies over cake like brownies and these were super fudgy just the way I like them. I did as others mentioned by doubling the recipe and baking in a 9 x 13 glass pan. I also used espresso in place of the water and it was just perfect! I can't wait to make these again using a darker chocolate. Thanks for the great recipe!
Wow! Loved the flavor and texture of these! Not too cakey, not too fudgy, these had just the right amount of chew for me. I was a bit worried when I put the eggs in (they started to cook) but with some aggressive beating they smoothed right out. This is a quick, easy recipe that I plan to keep!
This was awesome!!! It was SO easy and turned out fantastic. I added some hazelnuts, but otherwise followed the directions exactly.
Best brownies I have ever had. So moist and delicious! This one is a keeper.
too chocolatey - i might like it better with milk chocolate chips and mixed in with some cream... also, i think it needs more butter... and it was really crumbly.
The brownies cooked up to a nice consistency and they were super easy to make. But the taste really left something to be desired. They tasted like chocolate chips, which sounded fine to me when I read the recipe, but I feel is not the right flavor for brownies.
Very cakey, not rich at ALL, and pretty...bland. Easy to make but dissapointing to eat :(
Chewy and delicious!! I will be substituting the water for espresso coffee (already brewed) to add depth to the flavor...YUM!
My little brother (aka the pickiest eater I know) said they were the best brownies ever. The only thing I changed was substituting brown sugar for white sugar and I also added chopped walnuts to half the batter. After melting the chocolate into the sugar/ butter, I put the mixture into my kitchen aid mixer and put it on a high setting while adding the eggs so that i wouldn't wind up with scrambled eggs. S really easy recipe!
I followed the directions exactly and they were the BEST brownies I have ever eaten! My husband couldn't stop eating them either and he doesn't eat sweets! So good and what a brownie should be! I will never use the "box" again!
This recipe just did not work for me. These brownies has great flavor but came out so dry. I didn't change anything so please don't think that affected the outcome. This is the first recipe I truly dislked.
Can I give these brownies 10 stars?? I didn't change a thing and these are the BEST homemade brownies i've ever made...really fudgy...goes great with ice cream! :)
I was a brownies virgin until I decided to try this recipe. The recipe itself was SUPER easy to follow and taste was good and very fudge-like. Also I added walnut and peacan to give something to bite. Repost(12/29/08)-I pour half of the original batter in the pan and spreaded peanut butter and sugar mixture on top of it and pour the leftover batter to cover the peanut butter. It was heavenly good!!!
These brownies were absolutely delicious! I did substitute the water for milk, and left out the salt. I don't know why they were so good compared to other brownies, but WOW!
These came out delicious! Adding nuts helped balance out the richness
I made these brownies simply because I was nearly out of butter and it didn't call for much, but as it turns out my husband says they're the best he's ever had! I myself don't care for brownies, but they're easy to make and everyone else says they're excellent! I doubled the recipe and baked it for longer and it turned out just fine. Might I also add that it was the first time I made brownies from scratch? Super simple and fun!
the name describes it perfectly : 'MMMMM...Brownies.'
These are good brownies. I made them as a thank you gift for a friend. Unfortunately, I destroyed them before the treats reached him. Good thing they are also quick and easy.
Tastes great, part fudgy part cakey. I had no problems with the falling in the middle, they cooked up just right in 25 minutes. Made to the recipe after some discussion on the RE about the chips lumping/seizing up when added in. The sugar mix did not liquify for me by just bringing to a boil, and when the chips are added it all just lumped together. I added the eggs and and stirred till my shoulders ached and it finally smoothed out. Added dry mix in and spread in pan and baked. They do taste good! I might try microwaving the first steps the next time. Because the end result was good I'm rating it for 5 stars. Thanks for the recipe!
I followed the recipe and they turned out nicely. I personally don't care for dark chocolate so these weren't to my taste but my husband really liked them. Next time I will use milk chocolate chips.
W-O-W is right!! These brownies are phenomenal. Chewy and deeply chocolatey. Followed recipe exactly. Doubled it to make a 13x9 pan to bring to a family meal... then made it again in the smaller pan to keep for ourselves! Used all organic ingredients (butter, flour, eggs, chocolate).
oh.my.gawd. best brownies ever. and SO easy to make. took me 5 minutes to whip it up. i also added the rest of the bag of chocolate chips to the batter after mixing in flour. used high quality chips, makes all the difference. i used ghirardelli semi sweet chips.
I really enjoy these brownies - not only for the way they taste, but for the easy way they come together! I find it amusing that so many reviewers comment that this brownie tastes like the box mixes or are better than the box mixes. If that is all you're looking for, just use the box - you obviously don't like food that is homemade and not full of preservatives.
I've made lots of homemade brownies over the years and this is the best recipe ever!! These brownies are the perfect combination of chewy and fudgy. I also like that the recipes doesn't use much butter. I doubled the recipe to make a 13 x 9 pan.
I thought the brownies were excellent. They were very moist and were gone in a heartbeat!
I wonder how small the OP cut their brownies because I got 16 (barely) small brownies after doubling the recipe. They were very dry as well.
Yep! These were indeed some of the best brownies I've ever made or eaten! The recipe was easy and quick; baked up like a dream in 25 minutes. Wouldn't change a thing....scrumptious!
These brownies were moist and so chocolaty. I took them to college with me and everyone raved about them. A definate keeper.
All I can say is YUM! I have made these a few times now and I have had to be careful with the cooking time. I am not sure if it's an altitude difference or not but I have had to cook them much longer or they aren't cooked.
YES!!!! Loved these! perfect batter consistency : ) Doubled the recipe and brought into work, cleaned out in 10 minutes! Will definitely make again.
Just finished making these. I used the exact recipe and instructions. The brownies came out way too thin. The oil can be tasted. I baked it for 18 min. Being so thin they will go dry if you bake 20-25 min. They did not taste good at all! Even my 3 yrs old who loves chocolate didn't eat it! I don't see why this recipe got 4 and a half stars.
OMG...best brownies I have ever made, let alone tasted! I've been baking since I was a kid and these are amazing!!!
These tasted really good, but they were a nightmare to cut. I "1.5 timesed" the recipe to put it in an 11x7 pan, and they rose a bit tall for the pan.
This was awesome!!!!YUMMY!!!
My son turned 21 today and asked for brownies instead of a cake. I am not much of a scratch baker but this recipe made it easy. I did pour melted chocolate frosting over the top and let it set until it and the brownies cooled. Good recipe.
I made these for my hubby (who is a brownieaholic) and he took one bite and instructed me to never make brownies from scratch again, he only likes the box mix. So, I won't be making these again. They taste fine, but quite frankly, I like the box mix better too.
These were really good and I'm not usually a big fan of brownies. They have a rich chocolate flavor and are fudgy. I followed the recipe exactly and will probably be using this recipe in the future instead of a boxed mix. Try it, you won't be disappointed!
I don't know what I did wrong, but the brownies did not turn out at all. They puffed up really high while baking, and then fell. The center was undercooked and the rest chewy. Maybe I added the eggs to the chocolate while it was too hot? I will just make the box kind, it's easier and same price as buying the chocolate chips.
I needed a new brownie recipe to break in my new Perfect Brownie Pan. This one was a winner. I followed the recipe exact, only stirring in a cup each of peanut butter chips and semi-sweet chips. 35 minutes in the Perfect Brownie Pan and I was in business. YUM!
A definite 5 in my book--cookbook that is! These brownies are easy and delicious. I followed the recipe as written and did add some nuts to the top. (My only complaint is they dried out with a couple of days...they shouldn't last that long in your house but there are only 2 of us!!!) GREAT RECIPE which I will use again.
SO GOOD!! Very moist and fudgy. The *perfect* brownie!! I baked for 25 minutes and it came out perfect. Couldn't stop eating. It was so easy, and I'm only twelve! My mom, who doesn't normally like chocolate, ate like half of the dish! Very good!
I just made these brownies and I would have to say that they are wonderful. The only thing I did differently was when mixing in the chocolate and then the dry ingredients I found it helpful to put the saucepan over the heat off and on for just a minute so that the batter was not so thick to stir. Other than that they are by far the best brownies I have had yet and I am not a big chocolate fan. They were easy to make and a fast treat. :)