I've been in a " Brownie Craving Mode " lately and I came across this recipe and decided to try it. Since I didn't have any walnuts or chocolate chips, the same amount of peanut butter/chocolate blend chips were used Other than that change, the recipe was followed as it was written.After pouring it into the prepared dish, I realized that I didn't have the required patience it took to spread this out.:) So I sprayed a plastic spatula with a bit of cooking spray, spread the batter around that way.After the intital baking time, I did have to bake the recipe a bit longer than stated.( I think my oven isn't working right, but as long as it worked out it's o.k..) Now, on to the best part, the tasting :) All I can say is, " OMGoodness !!!! The one that I had was so good, I had to have another one right away. Thanks for posting this recipe which will be made again and again. " Keep Smiling :) "
absolutly delicious, I made a few changes cuz that's what I do.
No Butter, instead 1/4 c. oil
1/4 c. brown sugar
1 Tbsp Powdered Espresso AND 2 Tbsp Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
Baked in a 9x9 pan, topped with chocolate chips or mint chips
I followed the directions exactly, but they ended up tasting a lot like a cake mix to me with a texture similar to cake (rather than brownies). I used the chocolate chips, so maybe they'd taste better with the walnuts.
These were ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS !!! Very enjoyable. I used walnuts instead of chocolate chips. I also used chocolate frosting. Got to make another batch for the guys at work. Yet another 5 starer by kitten. Made for Zaar Stars.
Worst brownies I've ever made, these are not fudgy delicious brownies that you are used to folks, they are like a cake that didn't rise...and still not fudgy...just not good at all, the flavor is not good, the texture is not good...save your cake mix and use it to make cake. This is not worth the waste of ingredients.
Awesome recipe! I follow it as written with exception of the pan I use. We have one of those mini cupcake pans- they make the yummiest brownie bites! This recipe typically yields about 55 brownie bites for me. I cut the cook time down to about 12 minutes per pan.
Wonderful recipe. Doubled the recipe and followed it perfectly. Used 2 Devils Food Cake mixes, baked in oversized 14 x 17" glass pan with lots of Baking Pam for add'l 10 min. AMAZING!!!!! Children now prefer these to our favorite Ghirardelli Triple Brownie Mix. Caution: It smells and looks like it is burning .... leave it alone ... Bake total of 40 min MAX. Great recipe! Thank you!
Thumbs down for me on this one. I found them to be dry and caky. I baked in a 9X13, they seem to rise more than I expected. I prefer the real brownie mix versus this cake mix brownie recipe. Sorry guys I would not make again.
I promised my two daughters I would make brownies...only to find no brownie mix in the cabinet. I found your recipe and went to work only to discover I had only yellow cake mixes. I used the yellow cake mix and added chocolate chips. This was loved by my whole family! Next, I will try with the chocolate cake mix, but will use the yellow as a variation! Thanks!