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