5 Reviews

I don't understand... All of the reviews said that these would be good but they weren't. I don't know what went wrong. They were very grainy and tasted like too much vanilla extract. They were semi edible, but we ended up throwing them out. :(

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kc41798 September 30, 2012

best brownies i have had

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distel1999 June 21, 2012

Mmmmmmmmm, rich, fudgy fabulousness!
I didn't have quite enough unsweetened chocolate so used 4 oz unsweet. and 2 oz semi-sweet (Ghirardelli in both cases). I used aluminum foil to make a "sling" in the bottom of the pan so that I could easily remove the goods after baking, though I should have taken better care to grease the sides of the foil sling as well as I did the bottom as the sides stuck to the foil a bit. Other than the chocolate, made as written and 30 minutes was perfect for my oven.
Thanks so much for sharing!

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flower7 March 07, 2011

MMMMMMMMMM These are excellent! Made as written and they are wonderful! Thanks for the great recipe

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Radish4ever December 21, 2009

These just came out of the oven, and they're super delicious! We can hardly wait until they cool, and keep picking at them. I had asked F to bring home Bakers Dark Chocolate, and he brought home unsweetened chocolate instead. I also accidentally defrosted some beets this morning, instead of the blueberries -- so I figured now's a good time to try brownies for the first time. Excellent recipe and very easy to follow. Only change I made was to add about a cup of pureed beets to it, but only because I had to do something with them. We look forward to having these after dinner with some vanilla frozen yogurt. --C

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Joyful_F&C April 11, 2009
Really Fudgy Brownies