Very very good! I cut down on the sugar...3/4 c. of each. Didn't seem to make a difference, still sweet enough! I also used 1/2 cup butter, and 1/2 cup butter flavored crisco. I baked in a 9x13 inch glass pan, and it took about 23 minutes until done. Very good texture and flavor. Thanks Kittencal!
Love the recipe. But have made changes --have halved the amount of butter and added one half a cup of lowfat vanilla yogurt to cut the fat. And used some whole wheat flour in place of the white flour, as well as added some ground flaxseed. The yogurt substitution seems to require a longer baking time.
WOW! I'm a pretty good baker (ask a friend or neighbor) and these BLEW AWAY my family. Excellent, delicious and perfect directions. Must admit that I layered the dry ingredients in the mixer rather than combining them in a separate bowl ... still came out great!
Easy, abundant, and delicious! Next time, I'm going to add a little bit of salt and a nut of some sort, maybe walnuts or almonds for a crunchy element to bring it all together. I'm sure crunchy peanut butter would do the trick, also. I will definitely be making this again. :)
Cut the recipe in half and cooked for 25 minutes in a nine by nine pan. Served with whipped cream. Delicious!
These are super good! I was a little iffy on making them based on some of the photos looking really undercooked. I made them and let them cool for an hour, and I couldn't wait to try them any longer. They were super gooey and I couldn't get them out in one piece. Now (3hrs later) I tried them again, these are awesome. I'm so gonna have to go for a looong walk after making them, as hubby doesn't care much for sweets I'll be the one to eat them all LOL.
Delicious! I had to take it out of the oven after 20 mins and they are perfect! I drizzled while choc over it and served it in little bites. Reminds me of blondies. I also sprinkled a little sea salt on top to give it just a hint of salt on the top. Thank you for the recipe! I think I will have a strong cup of coffee with this or serve it in an icecream sundae too!
These came out fabulous! I used Dark Chocolate Dreams peanut butter and added 1/4c of cocoa powder just to up the chocolate factor. I also subbed 1/2 c of M&Ms I wanted to get rid of for some of the chocolate chips. The texture of these is fantastic. I'm making them again for a family BBQ on Saturday at my boyfriend's request!
I have made many of this Chef's recipes and she has never let me down. Excellent recipe. I added the cinnamon and used vanilla extract. Used Skippy full fat peanut butter & all old fashioned oats. A winner if you are a pb choc oatmeal lover.
Ooooh these are heavenly! Very nice to toss in the freezer as individual pieces, and slide in the oven for a warm treat later, too. Thank you, thank you Kitten! You never cease to amaze me :)