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Well, I tried these twice. The 1st time I was dissatisfied. I pretty much followed the recipe (no toffee bits), only instead of chocolate chips I used chopped bakers chocolate squares. They turned out okay, but dry and a bit flavourless (probably because of the dryness). The 2nd time, I upped the butter and cocoa a touch, used chocolate chips and upped those a tiny bit too, and I baked for about 12 minutes instead of 15. The second batch came out infinitely superior, with a soft chewy texture and even a little bit of that crackle look on the top. In short, it seems I like my brownies a bit more moist and a bit less well done (but then, I'll just eat batter, so consider the source ;) Thanks for posting!
These were good They taste wonderful..
My son adores Two Bite Brownies so, when I saw this recipe I knew I was making it right away. I left out the Skor Toffee bits as I didn't have them but these brownies are gems without the toffee bits. The batter is very thick so don't be surprised by that. I ended up with 28 mini brownies. Loved them and will make many more times I am sure. Made for the Snow Queen Comfort Cafe 2010. Thx a bunch Diana #2!
I jumped on this recipe the first day it was posted. These are so easy to make. I followed the recipe exactly. I added the full 1 cup of semi sweet chocolate chips. I was able to make 28 brownie bites. I used the Skor English toffee bits also. My suggestion for that is to tap the toffee bits down into the brownies before baking them. Then you'll get a brownie bite that looks like Diana #2's picture. Love the idea of the small bites as a method for portion control. I brought these to a work pot luck. Great recipe!