took slightly longer than expected in the oven, but the results are amazing! crispy on top but gooey in the middle! fabulous!!! will definitely try this recipe again soon! thank you so much!
This is by far the best gooey brownie with a nice crispy outter that just melts in your mouth. I have made this several times now and everytime it turns out perfect even if you dont have choc chips in it. Ive also added nuts and white choc chips before and it was just as delicious. This is my go to recipie when i want a simple sweet treat. All round family favorite.
I've been making these for years and they're delicious, but this recipe is a total rip-off of "Brooke's Best Bombshell Brownies" from allrecipes.com.<br/>If it's someone else's recipe, please give credit where credit is due.
LOVE these brownies! Have made them 3 times in the past 3 weeks. First tried them in a 13x9 pan, and the batter spread very thin. The brownies still tasted good, but had a very crunchy texture. The past two times I've made them in an 8x8 pan and they were fantastic! Went to make them the last time and realized I was out of semi-sweet chips, so I substituted milk chocolate and I loved them even more! My husband and I both say they're the best we've had!
This without a doubt is the best brownie recipe I've ever found. It bears mentioning I possess lacklustre cooking skills and yet still produced a batch of the most decadent, soft, tongue-tingling brownies ever, so that should attest to how amazing this recipe is. The only 'criticism' (if you can even call it that) I have is the cooking time indicated falls a little short. Instead, I would recommend 30 minutes in the oven. Otherwise, what I've said still stands. What are you waiting for? Go bake a batch!
Absolutely the best brownies we've EVER had!!!! Thank you
This is an awesome and easy recipe. They taste a lot like Betty Crocker chewy brownies yum. I will say these took longer in the oven than indicated. I think if your baking in an 8x8 glass dish it takes about 25-30 minutes or more. I think it because they are cooked into the smaller dish. Glass might be a difference too not sure. This happened with other reviewers as well. So, just adjust the time and use the toothpick method before pulling them out. Thanks for the great brownie recipe. Will be my go to for brownies.
Fantastic. Absolutely gorgeous.
I did not wait for an inserted skewer to come out clean because the way I've been taught is that they are over done then, so I pull them when there are just a few crumbs left! They still took a little longer to cook than the time stated. I liked the chocolate chips in there and the crunchy top was one of the better ones I've tried - it can be a bit elusive! These were pretty good and definitely gooey, but not the absolute best I've ever had.