11 Reviews

I did not care for this recipe at all. I ended up with brownies with a thick crunchy crust on top, and raw batter underneath. I don't usually have problems with uneven cooking in my oven, so I have to attribute it to the recipe. Plus, the brownies that were cooked more around the edges of the pan tasted more like a dense chocolate cake than the chewy fudgy brownies that I prefer. Definitely not a keeper for me.

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Dizwendy July 15, 2005

Just wonderful. Fudgy and rich, these will take the place of the recipe that stopped working when we moved out of high altitude. I cooked them in a 13 X 9 pan since I like them thick, I had to cook about 50 min, but they were absolute perfection.

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yibbityibbit January 31, 2005

I wasn't a big fan of this recipe. I don't think I would make this again

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s_brown222 December 10, 2004

These are perfect brownies. I've tried several recipes trying to find the right one, and this is it - very rich and fudgy without being heavy. I halved the recipe and used a 9" square pan, and used a fudge frosting. They were a huge hit.

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Siobhan M August 30, 2004

These brownies are excellent! They are fudgy and dense, just the way I like them. They are the best brownies that I have ever made. They are a hit every time I make them, which is a lot!

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Denise2003 March 16, 2004

I don't know what I did but these did not turn out for me. The top of the brownie got hard while the middle was still really raw. I cooked a little longer till the middle got done but after awhile the whole pan was hard as a rock. I probably won't make again.

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vlynn March 16, 2004

I made these for my daughter's ballet class Christmas party for parents and the little dancers. Excellent quality brownies. Rich and moist with a chewy, fudge flavor. The best I have ever made. Thanks Nurse Di. I think we will leave some of these out for Santa ;)

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beccalanders31 December 18, 2003

mmm...mmm...,made these for my nephews grad party and they were a big hit !!! thanks so much for this recipe i was looking for one that made a large pan and this is it .moist and fudgy as stated.

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roxied June 30, 2003

Wow, what a brownie! I made these for my son's Valentine's Day class party and had a number of the kids remarked how good they were; the other moms helping with the party couldn't keep their fingers out of the brownie container :) Since I knew these would be eaten by tiny fingers I chose to leave off the icing, but even without they were fabulous. Also, as a fun twist for V'day, using a cookie cutter, I cut them into heart shapes. I cut them during the cooling time at about 5-7 minutes after they came out of the oven and then lifted them off of the pan when they were almost completely cool. Thanks, Nurse Di -- These will be made again.

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Madison House Chef February 16, 2003

These were so scrumptious. I have always prefered my brownies to be moist and fudgy over cakey. These were exactly the way I like them--moist and fudgy. The icing was chocolaty sweet. The perfect indulgence. Thanks Nurse Di

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jerri822 September 02, 2002
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