These are the best butterscotch brownies I've ever tasted. They are dense, moist and packed with butterscotch. Unfortunately, these are addictive and once I started eating them I could not stop. Thanks for posting this, Caryn.
I don't know why this received so many rave reviews. All I can say is when you pick it up and eat it, you will say Yum, until you see the grease on your hands. I don't think I have ever eaten any sweet so greasy.
This is so good!! Moist, very rich. I chose to use black walnuts. Perfecto!! I cut them in rather large pieces. I served them as a dessert with a scoop of a good Vanilla Bean Ice Cream on top that had been drizzled with a little Caramel Syrup and finely chopped Walnuts. So, so rich! What a beautiful dessert!
Very, very good!! Excellent instructions and easy enough for a beginner to make. I made half the recipe and baked in a 9X11 pan for 27 minutes and cut into 18 pieces. Used chopped walnuts as my nut of choice and the amount of butterscotch morsels was perfect for us. Thanks Caryn.
Excellent moist brownie. I cooked just as instructed and loved them. Thank you for sharing.
I made these yesterday for my kids as part of an end of the school year treat. My seven year old does not like nuts so I left the nuts out. My fifteen year old has eaten most of the pan. Next time, I will have to make at least 2 pans of these. These were delicious! Thanks for sharing.
I made these Butterscotch brownies as a chocolate alternative (my husband dislikes chocolate!). Simple to make and absolutely delicious. Now my husband thinks we should have these all the time!
Yummy, yummy, yummy. I actually left out the nuts, because I was making for kids that don't like nuts, These are rich and gooey and very good.
i forgot to rate this recipe..I made these for one of my Family Sunday dinners I put on between Xmas and Easter for family and friends....these were wonderful...
I too, made 1/2 the recipe. The flavor was outstanding. Very butterscotchy( if that is a word!) The only problem I had, was the batter was very thick. I had to wet my hands to press the batter into the pan. Once I got passed that, everything was fine. I only had to bake them 20 min, but then I made half. I used chopped pecans, but think I might try walnuts next time. Will for sure make this again, these are very chewy type brownies.DH took some to work for coffee break, so I am sure these would do well in a lunch box. Thanks Caryn!