I am always looking for GF recipes that don't require a lot of extra ingredients. This one fits the bill, and I will try it out the next time we have a bake sale. From the blog "My Sister's Kitchen". I've guessed on servings - they are described as fudgy, so smaller pieces may be better.
This is what I call a milk brownie--you just have to have a glass of milk with this. I first found this on the back of a bag of chips. (PLEASE DO NOT USE MIXER) I’ve been using this recipe for at least 25 years.
Peanut butter + chocolate = delicious! From America's Test Kitchen, these are a variation on their basic "lunchbox brownie." Dense and rich and peanut-buttery. This makes a small pan (8x8) so it will be gone quickly. :)
This makes a big 13x9 pan of brownies, using a brownie box mix. Super easy and looks gormet when you are done! (Be sure to buy the box mix that says that it makes a 13x9 recipe or you'll have problems.) The mix I use is by Betty Crocker.
What could be better than a fudgey brownie topped with chocolate chip cookie dough! Don't worry, there are no eggs in the cookie dough, but you won't miss them. After presenting my chocolate chip cookie dough loving neighbour with a plate of these, her only response was "Heavenly!"
These are a favorite everytime I take them somewhere.....they are always the first to disappear. I usually cut them into squares and put them in individual cupcake papers to make serving easier. They are easy to make, too.
Prep/cook time does NOT include 4 hours for chilling.
Okay, there are plenty of recipes for Black Forest Cake, but none for Black Forest Brownies! This is so easy! So here it is! The brownie mix should be enough to fit a 13"x9" pan(the size of the package is estimated). Adapted from Country Woman magazine. German, New England, West