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I just made these brownies in order to get rid of the end of my zucchini harvest. I increased the amount of cocoa to approx. 1/2 cup. These brownies are awesome and so moist. My family couldn't believe there was zucchini in them!
Perfect brownies! I did add about 1/2 cup of cocoa because I wanted a dark, very chocolate-y brownie. It did the trick! I've never made cakey brownies before and now I may be a convert. Of course the best part of this recipe is it used 2 large zucchinis from my garden that my kids will now gobble down...
Excellent brownies! Everyone who ate them loved them and couldn't believe there was zucchini in them. Making them again today for a family picnic tomorrow! You must try them!
These brownies are totally delicious! I will make them over and over again! Very moist, great chocolatey flavor and the chocolate chips in them make them over the top good! Thanks for the great recipe!
These brownies are so moist and delicious. This is an excellent recipe. I took some to work and they all want more. Just melts in your mouth. Thanks for sharing.
The whole family enjoyed these - the cinnamon brings an interesting flavor when one expects a more chocolate flavor (like my kids did). Definitely one we'll make again and may even make these for the farmer's market. :)
These are so good!! I used butter and only used one cup of sugar and shredded half of a green apple I had left over. I also used dark coca and did not ad sugar to the top. These are a keeper. Best homemade brownies I have come across in a long time!!! Kids loved them
These turned out more like a cake but are very good. I used 1 cup brown sugar (loosely packed) and 1/2 cup white sugar, 1 cup of whole wheat flour and 1 cup of white flour, and butter instead of margarine. They are very moist and flavorful.
These are delicious! They are not heavy, but soft and cake-like and moist and the chocolate chips leave little pockets of extra chocolately moistness. I used yellow squash and peeled them. Could not tell there is squash in the finished dish.