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    When my Mom is in a bad mood this is the only dessert that makes her happy. These cakes are warm rich ooey gooey chocolatey heaven.

    Recipe #400797

    From a copycat site. Looks easy and seems delicious!

    Recipe #159695

    I am a terrible baker, but this dessert is one of the few dishes that I did NOT blow! It turned out so wonderful that we ended up eating the dessert first that night. This is a wonderful dessert for those gluten intolerent. And if I can make this cake, anybody can :P. *The recipe is right out of The Vancouver Province.

    Recipe #29801

    From Health, March 2006.

    Recipe #169788

    This is my son's quick fix for a chocolate attack. Easy enough for kids to make themselves.

    Recipe #83862

    When you need that chocolate brownie fix and you need it fast!

    Recipe #205648

    Mmmmmm - chocolate & coffee, two of my favorite things! Just add milk for a very grown up afternoon treat! Wonderful on Christmas cookie trays! From Field Guide to Cookies: How to Identify and Bake Virtually Every Cookie Imagineable by Anita Chu.

    Recipe #340463

    7 Reviews |  By WiGal

    Inspired by Recipe#361967, I experimented and made up this cake for the two of us. I did try it with twice as much baking soda and baking powder, reduced them both to 1/8 as the cake touched the microwave "ceiling" and started to curve down; tasted fine but sure looked bizaar. Think it needs these ingredients to get a cake texture. I doubt that this recipe can be reduced and work out. Thank you especially to debbwl and diner524 for trying to help me improve this recipe for two.

    Recipe #395196

    Cupcakes have never been this chocolatey before! Or this deliciously decadent! No humble chocolate chips in these! Buried in the middle of each cupcake is a Lindt chocolate ball. YUM! One of ten cupcake recipes in the April 2006 issue of the Australian magazine 'super food ideas'.

    Recipe #159780

    12 Reviews |  By CCLady

    This recipe, courtesy of Hershey, can easily be doubled and baked in a 13x9" pan

    Recipe #73886

    12 Reviews |  By MollyJ

    Does 'zaar really need _another_ Brownie recipe? Probably not but this is a wonderful old recipe from the Edith Hansen cook book. It gives a chewy, dense brownie with an old fashioned flavor. Be careful to not overbake it. The original recipe calls for "part lard if desired" which I have left in as part of the recipe's charm but I always use margarine. Frosting these is gilding the lilly so I don't.

    Recipe #236946

    3 Reviews |  By KEA-CA

    Found this on Zaar and could never find it again. Luckily I had written it down when my printer was down.

    Recipe #202848

    these take a little more effort since you will use that saucepan to do a bit of "cooking" but they are very much worth it. We used to refer to these as "Better than Sex" brownies. Thanks to pinkie kookie who found the recipe for me when I lost it!!! She found it at brolenrecipes.com

    Recipe #469490

    Chocolate chips and nuts add richness to an ordinary package of brownie mix. I made this for a potluck today with success.

    Recipe #381771

    This recipe came from the November 1983 issue of Mademoiselle. It's very chocolaty and has always been one of my favorites.

    Recipe #179831

    This is a very good recipe to enjoy these delicious cherries covered with chocolate. Mmmm....enjoy.

    Recipe #421440

    Baking has never been easier than this! These little cakes are meant to be served warm. You can put the batter into little cupcake tins earlier in the day and then refrigerate until you are ready to bake them and just pop them in the oven just before you finish you dinner, so you can end the meal with a decadent chocolate dessert. Make sure that the butter, egg and chocolate are at room temperature before you start. Drizzle chocolate or caramel glaze over, whipped cream or anything you desire! You can cut the complete recipe in half for 4 mini cakes.

    Recipe #141102

    This dough will hold any form you want to cut from it but it will still bake up soft! (I think the soft texture comes from the applesauce.) The kids will love decorating them and we all agree that they are pretty tasty too!

    Recipe #353796

    This is my very favorite gingerbread cookie recipe. The dough is so firm and nice to work with and is so wonderful smelling that it is almost like a stress reliever. These disappear in lightning speed in my house! This recipe is adapted from a recipe in the Joy of Cooking and according to the entry they only have 3 grams of fat per cookie! If you want crisp cookies roll out very thin. Thicker cookies = softer cookies, thinner cookies= crisper cookies. If the dough is too sticky, chilling should help. **I noticed a lot of people have been having some sticky dough issues. You need to make sure you let the dough rest at LEAST two hours. For some reason this helps make the dough more workable. I live in FL and we have terrible humidity, but I have never had a problem with sticky dough in this recipe.

    Recipe #80156

    These cookies are so chewy and delicious! Margarine or real butter work well but the real butter I think gives it that extra flavor:) The key is to under bake them. I usually take them out once they're semi golden and put them on a cooling rack immediately. Easy to make!

    Recipe #277118

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