This is a WONDERFUL brownie recipe, my new favorite! The most pleasant surprise was how much they rose- to the top of my pan! Of course they fell quite a bit as they cooled, but they still made a nice thick brownie! I didn't believe that they should be baked at 325, but I wish I had. They're so thick that at 350 the edges almost burned by the time the middle was done. Still delicious!
They really are the best! I have been tryin to find a good brownie recipe for a while and this is the best. They needed afew extra minutes in the oven but other than that the recipe is perfect.
These are by far the best brownies I have ever had. I put a chocolate topping on as follows: 2 tbsp butter and 1/2 cup choc chips - melt in pot, spread on brownies and cool completely. Wonderful.
These are scrumptious! I varied the recipe a little and substituted a bag of chopped Ande's candies for the chocolate chips-YUM! The brownies don't even have a chance to cool :)
Very, very good brownie. I used a convection oven and kept the temperature the same (325 degrees), but reduced the cooking time to 21-22 minutes. They came out perfect! Thanks for my new brownie recipe. (I omitted adding any more chocolate chips to the batter, just as a personal preference, and I can see that pecans or walnuts would be great in these too; I just have kids who won't eat nuts)
This recipe truly lives up to its name. Everytime I make it, people want the recipe. It is quick and simple but oh so delicious. It tastes like you slaved over the oven for hours!
These are the best ever!
Great brownies! I used miniature chips, these are fantastic with vanilla ice cream, or just all by themselves. Thanks for a great brownie recipe!
Easy to make. Finished product looks very good. I am going to bring this to my mum's Open House during Chinese New Year. I won't be surprised if she keeps it to herself and refuses to let the guests have any. :P Definite keeper.