Your are so right...these brownies do not need icing. They turned out wonderfuly moist and chocolately. I added walnuts. I threw out my other brownie recipe and replaced it with this. Thanks so much, Mainecooncat!
This recipe is so quick and easy to put together that my 10 year old GD made them with very little supervision by me. They use ingredients I always have. And the taste was divine! Thanks so much for sharing your delicious recipe maincooncat!
These brownies are very good. They are easy to make and go together very quickly. My family prefers a fudgier brownie, but for you cakey brownie lovers, this is a good one. Thanks for sharing this delicious recipe.
I have to go along with the majority of raters and give you 5 stars for this one mainecooncat. I had a couple DGDs here saying, "Lets make something." I had run across the recipe a day before. So, they decided we would try it.I did the mixing by hand for them. They were delighted with them. Yummy was the term that they used. With simple instructions and the type ingredients always at hand, I can see I will be making many more of these delicious brownies. Thanks so much for posting this recipe. jim
These brownies are the ultimate! Definetly do not need any icing - they are yummy just the way they are. I was just going to post this when I saw your recipe. The recipe is scrumtious! Thanks, Diane
Very good and easy too! We made these in a 9x13 pan cooking for 40 minutes and they came out just perfect moist and oh-so chocolatey! Thanks for sharing!
These brownies are wonderful! I followed the recipe exactly as stated and it has turned out perfect every time (made it twice now). My daughter and her friends swarm into the kitchen when the pan comes out of the oven. Thanks mainecooncat!
Hmmm... Okay, I had a few issues with this recipe: 1) Flavor: I noticed that it only calls for 1/3 cup of cocoa; I like my brownies to be very chocolatey so I went with 1/2 cup of Divine Cocoa, which I normally swear by. Still, these somehow came out lacking flavor big time. 2) Sugar granules: Even after I mixed it very well with the oil AND let it sit for a bit before adding eggs and vanilla - were far too obvious in the finished brownie. 3) Time: I had them in a preheated oven for 20 minutes and they were nowhere even close - they would have been raw. Ended up leaving them in for another 10 minutes, and finally they were cooked through enough without being overly done. 4) Oil: Too much. They feel heavy and greasy. Summary: I wanted to love these... I am an 8.5-month-pregnant avid baker with a serious hankering for some good brownies, and these just felt like they were not worth it all around. They weren't worth the hassle (which wasn't much), not worth the cost of nice cocoa powder, and certainly not worth the calories. I gave them two stars because they finally ended up being a decent texture, and they are edible. But that's about the highest compliment I can pay them.
Thank you best recipe and very easy .
Incredibly quick, easy, and inexpensive. I need recipes with these qualities when I have to send cookies to a school event, or bring a dessert to a shared meal on a moment's notice, so I'll make them again. And there'll be someone in every crowd who loves them. But they aren't what I like in a dessert. Over-the-top sweet (my son took one bite and refused to eat more). And for myself, if I'm going to take in dessert calories, I want all the goodness of butter.