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Love the concept and they mostly turned out good, however it was very difficult to determine whether or not the middle actually got done. Also, these brownies must be cooled completely, cold in fact, before attempting to remove them from the pan. I took only the edges to the party I made them for, but I did save the middles for my family to enjoy (microwaved and served with icecream).

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rohanlori December 31, 2009

This is just wrong! A good HOMEMADE recipe will not be made from a package, Too many friends could tell it was out of a PACKAGE!

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ganerd December 03, 2013

I'm not going to rate this, because I probably botched somehow, but these DID NOT turn out for me at all!:( I sooo wanted them to! They were majorly underbaked (I don't think I should have done the 5 minutes under the minimum time thing) and the chocolate soaked through the bottom layer and just made them super greasy. They didn't hold together at all when I tried to cut them and take them out of the pan (this was after they'd cooled) Sorry, I really wanted this to work! What a waste of ingredients--I threw it all away except for the edges. (which were good, by the way)

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Kelly Kinser February 01, 2007

This was really rich and chocolatey! Nice and moist. Chocolate lovers will love this! Thank you for posting!

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Cheesehead November 01, 2006

Wow! Super rich and gooey. My son thought I put icing in between them. My DH who does not have much of a sweet tooth at all, I watched him go back for more and more! These were gooey like I said, but the taste is wonderful. I doubled the recipe too. They were a bit too rich for me, but that didn't stop me from having a few! LOL Thanks for posting.

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Aunt Paula September 23, 2006

Well..... I did make these brownies, and I didn't make these brownies. It's very rare that I use mixes to make things, especially since they are imported into this country and very expensive. So I used my regular brownie recipe (Amazing, Really Amazing, Fudge Brownies). I left out the chocolate chips from my recipe and just followed Impera_Magna's instructions from #2 onwards. An excellent idea! The brownies were practically inhaled (we have many teenagers in our family). I'm going to try it again with different kinds of chocolate bars, some with rice crisps, maybe whole almonds, and, as a total mad experiment, I want to try the chocolate bars with the pop rocks inside, THAT should be interesting! Thanks for the new trick!

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Mirj July 25, 2006

Wow, what a chocolate rush!! I made these to take to a potluck, but I was in a hurry and cut them before they were completely cooled. They were runny, so I just took the ones from the edges of the pan. The rest have been in the fridge and are perfect. More for me!!

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anne in apex September 20, 2005

Made this for 12 and under youth group for Wed night church. They loved it!!! All the boys wanted the recipe for their moms lol. This was so rich and fudgy. Great recipe!!!

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PickyEatersRUs April 20, 2005

Man, these were the bomb! I made them for work and they lasted about an hour, I made a double batch. They are very simple to make and the chocolate bars make it awesome!!! I'm going to try this with some sort of chocolate caramel candy! THANK YOU!

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Deanna Walker April 20, 2005

Whoaaaaaaa.....What a chocaholics delight!!!!

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m50moe April 17, 2005
My Special Brownies