7 Reviews

Second turned out much better! Use paper liners this time. They still seemed like they cooked too long but it was weird it was like they got softer over time. I didn't do the glaze. They were just as great without it. No leftovers and cut lots of compliments. Will definitely make again for a special occasion.

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jlowens March 22, 2010

I made these little gems for Valentines day today. I served them with soup and a dinner roll for my co workers. They went together easy. I used my medium pampered chef scoop and I got 42 of them. These tasted amazing. I know you have photo's posted, but I remembered to take one. Thank you for sharing your recipe.

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Doing it Right February 14, 2008

These are DELICIOUS! While they are somewhat time consuming, I didn't think they were too difficult to make. 15 minutes in the oven was plenty of time, and I don't think my tins were smaller than average. I also got 60 brownies! There was only enough of the fudge filling for the 48 though. The brownie recipe by itself is really great. At first bite they are cake-like, but two seconds later they are fudgy and yummy, the way a brownie should be. These are best served cold. Thank you!

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SweetySJD February 10, 2008

WOW! These are so very popular wherever I take them! I used the small foil baking cups with the paper liners, and they were perfect. Thank you so much for sharing this incredible recipe! It has been added to my Christmas and Easter repetoire.

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Susan Lee February 17, 2005

I won a baking contest with this recipe! As a team building exercise in the office we all had to bring in a brownie/bar. I did a search on google.com for "awesome recipes for bars" and this came up. They aren't that hard to make (considering I didn't know what confectioner's sugar was) and it's especially fun if you have your kids help. GREAT RECIPE

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heidi #5 September 05, 2003

Soooo tasty! These are so beautiful to look at and taste wonderful. I put the glaze on, but thought it needed more color, so I added a little melted white chocolate. The fudge inside is the best!

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Bibliobethica November 29, 2005

You were right, they are a pain in the a$$ to make but are definitely worth it. My mini muffin tin must be smaller than most, because I found 20 mins in the oven to be too long. I also will use paper liners next time, as it seemed like no matter how much I oiled the pan they still stuck. And since the bottoms were wrecked anyways, I put the dents for the fillings in the bottom and it worked really well. I also skipped the glaze, because by the time I got to the end I was tired of my kitchen. Next time I make these I'll try to do a pan of brownies instead of the individuals. Lots of effort but really good!

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roxanne December 25, 2004
Chocolate Cherry Brownie BONS BONS