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Great brownies! A nice change from the normal fudge brownie. I had to leave out the nuts because of the kids, but they were still very good... very sweet!
This is a Very sweet brownie! My wife loves it and for a butterscotch lover, this is the recipe to have.
Very good. Smelled so good baking in the oven. I ended up putting them back in because they seemed not cooked. Would make again.
I really really wanted to love these, and thought I was going to, but the end result was not as expected. They were crumbly, and bland, even with the butterscotch chips. Even though they were not great, they were edible (we ate a good portion of them), just would not make this recipe again.
I need something that I could bake for an office pot-luck that wasn't chocolate since some of my co-workers have given up chocolate for Lent. I found this recipe...looked too easy...well it was! And they are delicious!!! I will definitely be making these again!
Delicious and easy to make. They disappeared very quickly. Will definitely be making these again. Thanks!
Everyone really loved these. They were a big hit. I cut them into small bars because i found them to be very sweet, still very good though! Makes a great treat for friends and co-workers. Would recommend for anyone's sweets tray! Note- I used a drizzle of butterscotch over the tops of these while still a tad warm. looks very pretty!
OK...not only are these really quick to throw together they are very good. I didn't add nuts or butterscotch chips, and they were still good. This will be my go-to when i don't want chocolate brownies. Thanks!
Very good ... my kids gobbled them up!
Wow! I can't believe the whole pan got eaten up so fast! I made a tray of several different cookies and candies and this was a huge hit. The ones on the platter disappeared in no time and I had to bring out the extra ones in the fridge that lasted half as long. This recipe makes a really thick dense dough. I used a smaller pan so I got thicker brownies. They took a bit longer to cook. I just kept an eye on them and took them out when a toothpick came out clean. Right out of the oven after cooling they were super soft and moist. I stored them in the fridge and they were pretty hard even after sitting for a while. Well, not necessarily hard as much as REALLY chewy. Which was not a problem at all! I've already been requested to make these again...soon! Update Feb/09 - Made these using 3/4 cups Splenda instead of the brown sugar and I spooned the mixture in my mini muffin tin. The splenda gave it a lighter colour and taste than the other ones I made with reg brown sugar. They came out a bit more cake like than brownie, but they were still great!