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Made these as written. Microwaved for 5 minutes in a 1300 watt microwave, and they came out perfectly. Makes about 5/8"-thick brownies in an 8x8 in. pan. More fudge than cake, but an excellent last-minute snack for brownie cravings.

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Jessica T July 15, 2012

This does NOT (!!!!!!) work. Don't even try. Followed instructions completely, and what do I end up with?!?!?!?!? A freaking gooey mess in my microwave! It was EVERYwhere. Even though I used a cover, it still came out sloppy, and overall just gross! This recipe did not work, so much I said it twice, DO NOT TRY IT!!!! >:C

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biancaquigley July 07, 2014

I made these yesterday on a whim. More out of curiosity. Everyone loved them. I did use milk chocolate chips thats all I had and a little butterscotch chips. These will be great for a last minute snack to pack in lunches or when my husband says there is nothing to snack on. Thanks so much for posting!

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children from A to Z February 05, 2010

These were great brownies! So surprising that they are one-pan, microwave easy! I halved the recipe with good results. These are ingredients I always have on hand, so now I can make a sweet treat last minute without making a huge batch of something. Thanks for posting this recipe!

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loof January 19, 2009

Well what do you know, it works! I never thought you could make such a great baked treat in the microwave! I had to make this 3 times tho. The first two times they over "baked" a whole lot. My microwave must be super powered or something haha. About 2 minutes or so did it for me. Also these were extremly fudgy, not ver cake like at all. So if you are looking for an intense chocolate fix these are fo you!

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anme February 12, 2008

these were delicious, so quick and easy to prepare and 15 minutes from start to eaten! i have a 1300 watt micro so cooking for 3 1/2 minutes was plenty of time. i used white chocolate chips, next time i'll add some walnuts too.

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chia February 17, 2007

Made these by curiosity... and loved them! Made them into hearts (because of Valentine's day!) and they came out great! They cooked in about 7 minutes in my microwave. Didn't have unsweetened chocolate so used semi-sweet and used 1/2 cup sugar instead. If you crave sweets in a hurry - this is it!!! Thanks KelBel!

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Redsie February 15, 2007

Very good and couldn't be an easier way to satisfy a chocolate attack or to use up that last bit of chocolate. I used semi-sweet chocolate (instead of unsweetened) but used only 3/4 cup sugar and for the chocolate chips I used white chocolate chips. Very fudgy/chocolatey! Thanks for sharing!

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ellie_ April 10, 2006
Microwave Double Chocolate Brownies