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I baked mine at 325 for 30 minutes, as we like our brownies chewy rather than cakelike. It worked great and they were just the way we all like them. The subtle coffee flavor was awesome, and with the addition of 1 c. walnuts we were happy campers in this house! From one Main-e-ack to another, Thank you!

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Maine E Ack! February 11, 2009

For a few years, I baked these Texas Brownies! They were delightful & delectable, yum! At a retirement party once, I was honourably asked to make their cake ... to which I agreed & made 2 pans of these T. Brownies, which became my cake for them! This recipe is so good! For a few months I have again been searching my Files for this special Recipe, couldn't locate it, until this morning when I searched the internet. Thank You!

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Ruth C. November 27, 2014

We were having an impromtu gathering at my house one evening and I wanted to serve something with our coffee... at the last minute, found this recipe and managed to bake it up before the neighbors arrived. Needless to say, this was EXACTLY what I was looking for and is now placed prominently in my recipe database!! THANK YOU!!!

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Catherine Keller September 14, 2011

Yes, these are superb and a great party dish! Thanks for posting

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womanofmystery June 30, 2013

Absolutely the very best brownies..........Especially divine just barely cooled after baking...Yum

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bputgego August 18, 2010

Uh oh! These are so delicious; I'm definitely going to have to hide them away from myself! Mine do not look nearly as pretty as the picture, but man, they're tasty! I remember my mom made these a couple times growing up and I always loved the icing and the way it kind of hardens/crinkles. Thanks so much for posting!

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StacyMD187373 May 23, 2010

yes...as Red Hook says..these are cake like brownies but to be fair..that's what a Texas Brownie is. So, if you are looking for a wonderful cake like brownie with a frosting that gets that crispety texture to it..then this is it! Personally, I never met a cake brownie I like but this one changed everything. I had a jewelry party and served a brownie bar with five different brownies from Zaar. This one was by far the best..and very easy to make too. Thanks, Mimi

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Caryn Dalton May 17, 2010

This recipe makes a yummy cake, but I was trying for brownies, and these have absolutely no chewy factor to them. This is just a thin, large sheet cake. I gave this recipe a 2 because I was craving brownies (which require no frosting), and now I have cake.

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Red Hook April 27, 2010

My sister-in-law used this recipe and I LOVED the brownies. They are super moist and perfect for that sudden sweet tooth attack. I tried the recipe myself and they were a hit with my father-in-law who is a HUGE chocoholic. This is definitely listed in with my favorite recipes.

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Miss_Dani April 12, 2010

Fantastic brownies!! I would not change a thing. Perfect just as written. Thank you for sharing!

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momof2girls August 29, 2009
Frosted Brownies or Texas Brownies