21 Reviews

YUMMMMMM... so good. I did 1/2 c. brown sugar and 1 1/2 c. white sugar, doubled the cocoa powder to 1 cup and added about 1 c. semi-sweet chocolate chips. I loved that everything mixed in one bowl. They didn't seem done at 30 minutes but I trusted the recipe and took them out anyway - so glad I did - they were perfect after they cooled in the pan. This is absolutely our new "go to" recipe for brownies. Baked in a 9x13 glass pan, btw. Thanks!

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HSingARMYmom October 24, 2010

these came out pretty good. i looked for a recipe that did not require chocolate chips. because i did not have any. i added a half of a bag of hazelnuts, 1 cup of applesauce, and 4 blocks of hersheys white baking chocolate.
very moist, and great with a large glass of milk. will make again.

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CakesByLova November 08, 2010

These were OK, but not great. I would not make them again. I found them to be more cakey then fudgey, and not really chocolaty enough.

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Bexxx October 02, 2010

I made these brownies this afternoon exactly according to the recipe and they turn out beautifully and only 1 bowl! Next will try your variation of 1/2 castor sugar and 1/2 brown sugar.The brownies had a wonderful chewy texture and a delicious chocolate taste thank you for posting.

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oilpatchjo September 23, 2010

I really really like this recipe! Much better than boxed brownies. I've made them several times already. I doubled the cocoa by accident once and they were even richer! The only disapointment I've had is the last time I tried to substitute Splenda for the sugar (we try to be sugar concious) and it just ruined the consistency and texture - looks like we'll be sticking to sugar from now on Thanks!

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CityGirlExiledToASmallTown March 12, 2010

Im very sorry to give this rating, but these are definitely not the best brownies I have ever made. They are not sticky and chewy. These need to have a frosting on them for them to taste anything like brownies. Then again, I am a bit of a brownie fanatic and probably harder to please than most.

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Mandy-H December 06, 2009

Good brownie, very rich with the glaze on it. Easy and delicious, better than boxed and almost as easy! Thanks for posting. I will be making these again!

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cookin mimi November 06, 2009

I was tired of buying the boxed brownies and wanted to try making them myself. This receipe was awesome. I will definately not be buying boxed brownies anymore. It was very simple to make. Thank you for sharing.

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The Bagley Family October 30, 2009

I made these brownies when my granddaughter came to visit as she is a brownieholic but she only liked box mixes. She was truly sold on these once she tasted them.... as were my husband and I. When my grandson came with his girlfriend, she taught us about zapping them in the microwave for 12-15 seconds and topping with ice cream. She has created 2 brownie monsters in us as that is to die for. It is like eating the most decadent hot fudge sundae but the "hot fudge" has more substance as it is these fabulous brownies. Thanks big time for posting this recipe

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Dorsey June 16, 2009

I made these for my husband who was having a very bad day. They were so good and so very easy to make! I will never buy brownie mix again. This was just as easy and so much better than any brownie mix I've ever had. Thanks!

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Tadow May 01, 2009
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