Deliciously rich and decadent! I sent these in to work with DH, who had been off work for a week after surgery, and the comments that came back were that they are unbelieveable squares, unbelievably delicious, and that I'm the bomb! (Woo hoo!) I'll definately keep this recipe in my back pocket for when I want to wow someone! I made 1.5 times the recipe, as suggested, so baking took an extra 10 or 15 minutes. I'm on the fence about whether you need to make them deeper in the pan, though, because they're so decadent already! This almost drained my chocolate bar supply in my baking cabinet, so I'll need to stock up before making it again! One thing I should note was that my white chocolate/butter mixture did separate, and wasn't coming back together when I was mixing it as noted in the recipe. I dumped it in the bowl of my KitchenAid, added the whisk attachment, and the eggs and sugar, and let it whisk for a few minutes, and it came together beautifully! This is very quick to make, too - just make sure you allow time for it to set. Thanks SO MUCH, Shuzbud, you made me a real star today! Made for PRMR Tag.
I took your hint & half again as much & had some nicely thick & rich treats! Definitely a great fix for my chocoholic side! Will be making these for company before the end of the month! Thanks for a great recipe keeper! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]
Made this for the DS to take to his music recreation group and the comments I got were "Made in Heaven 20 out of 10" and "This is to die for". I baked it in a 20cm square pan at 170C fan forced oven and it took 25 minutes. Thank you Shuzbud, made for Every Day A Holiday.
These got big grins at the gym today. I haven't baked for my trainer this month and with Lent over, he was ready for a splurge. Realized after I'd melted the white chocolate that I didn't have milk chocolate so I used 3 milk chocolate covered toffee bars chopped up and a bit of butterscotch chips. With my rendition, light brown sugar would have made these too good for words. Even without the were insanely rich - I cut into 15 pieces - but not too sweet. Thanks! Made for the Went to the Market Game.
This reminds me of a brownie we would serve at a cafe where I worked. They , too, had white chocolate and butter melted together and then the rest added in. We used chopped dark and white chocolate and called them "black and white brownies". What I remember about them is that the flavor seemed to meld and settle down best after they were completely cold. I think the same is true for these. They also keep really well. Thanks for posting!