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Loved these! We had with a scoop of French Vanilla ice cream on top too and it was great! Just a thought but what about using the camamel dip in a plastic container that you buy for dipping apples in, and just spooning that on instead of the caramels? Just a thought! Thanks for a great recipe Skeeter!

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JustMeMelMel May 28, 2008

Absolutely delicious! My DH said they were the best brownie he's ever eaten. I gave some to a friend and she ran out the next day to buy all the ingredients - said her DH LOVED them! Thanks Skeeter - for a great recipe.

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Georgeann Dodge February 18, 2008

These are very much like the "Killer Brownies" made by a local bakery that is no longer in business. I used a whole bag of chocolate chips (12 oz) and I topped it with milk chocolate frosting. Definitely not for the faint of heart! I prefer adding walnuts to pecans.

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Renegade Chef March 18, 2007

These are truly outstanding. They're extremely rich, which makes them a perfect indulgence. Also, they're relatively simple to make. Definitely the best cake-mix adaptation I've ever tried. Everyone to whom I served these absolutely loved them. Thanks for the amazing recipe.

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hannahactually January 10, 2007

This recipe is fabulous! I use Ghiradelli milk and real chocolate chips, half of each. Everyone who tried these loved them. Be sure to cut small pieces because they are so rich!

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tiffany December 11, 2006

This may take a little time to make, but some things are worth the extra time! Excellent! I acidentally used sweetened condensed milk the first time, which makes it a little more difficult to work with but VERY delicious!! I wish i could have kept this as my "secret recipe" (at least throughout my friends circle) but friends have insisted on the recipe!! Can't say enough!!

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Heidi75 #2 December 03, 2006

the batter was pretty hard to work with. especially the top. i followed your directions exactly, but maybe a little mroe batter would have been easier to work with. anywho- it just came out of the oven and looks & smells really good! thanks for sharing!

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mrsgenevieve October 24, 2006

Very good! This was a big hit with my guests and family. Thank you for sharing such a yummy recipe!

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Rhonda in Texas July 22, 2006

20 Minutes was half enough time for the final bake. They taste "ok", but I don't know if I'd bother with them again.

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fayberrie June 18, 2006

6'4",260lbs, and fingers the size of Johnsonville Brats, it took me an hour to unwrap them tiny little carmels. But this is a fantistic brownie recipe. It will be my favorite from now on. Way to go Skeeter, this one rocks. From Brewhead

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Brewhead June 05, 2006
Better Than Sex Brownies