By Darkhunter on November 06, 2007
Photo by Annacia
Photo by Annacia
"This is, without a doubt, one of the best brownie recipes I have ever tried. The recipe is from the AARP Nov/Dec magazine. Wanted to post here so it wouldn't be lost. A little does go a long way, because these are so rich! If needed for a cookie exchange, you could cut these into 1" squares. If for yourself, cut more generously. If you need to serve a crowd, increase the recipe by 2 1/2 times and bake in a 9"x13" pan. They will need a little more time in the oven this way. Make sure to test for doneness with a knife."
Serving Size: 1 (609 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"This sounds delicious. Has anyone tried this with what would be the correct measurements for a 9X13 inch pan, and what would the baking time be. I have a church picnic coming up and would like to make these. Thanks in advance!"
"WOW, these are not only incredibly good but they're also cute as can be! One inch square brownies :D. Now you see, I had thought that these would be just the thing to help me have my chocolate and eat it too. You know, eat one, get my brownie fix and move along. Don't you believe it! You'll think they are so tiny....one more bite isn't going to hurt. Oh Momma these wee guys are demons not angels. You simply cannot stop taking that "Just one more bite"! BEWARE and be prepared to really enjoy these cute little poppers :D. Made for Comfort Cafe, summer 09."
"Ooooooo! *Yum!* I melted the chocolate & butter in the microwave so the hardest part of this recipe was zesting the orange (and that wasn't exactly difficult! lol) I used Ghirardelli chocolate and used half bittersweet, half semisweet. The only changes I made were leaving out the nuts and baking 5 minutes extra. Actually, I take back what I said before, the hardest part of this recipe was waiting for them to cool before digging in! ... OK, I admit it - I didn't wait! LOL Thanks so much for the recipe!"