By akashayy on April 09, 2013
Photo by anniesnomsblog
Photo by anniesnomsblog
"This recipe is uber delicious and it is so simple, your 3 year old could make it (granted you measure everything out first)."
Serving Size: 1 (65 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 12
"I've been making these for years and they're delicious, but this recipe is a total rip-off of "Brooke's Best Bombshell Brownies" from allrecipes.com.<br/>If it's someone else's recipe, please give credit where credit is due."
"took slightly longer than expected in the oven, but the results are amazing! crispy on top but gooey in the middle! fabulous!!! will definitely try this recipe again soon! thank you so much!"
"I did not wait for an inserted skewer to come out clean because the way I've been taught is that they are over done then, so I pull them when there are just a few crumbs left! They still took a little longer to cook than the time stated. I liked the chocolate chips in there and the crunchy top was one of the better ones I've tried - it can be a bit elusive! These were pretty good and definitely gooey, but not the absolute best I've ever had."
"Instead of butter substituted coconut oil in solid form. I used 1/4 cup of organic extra virgin coconut oil and used White Lilly self rising flour. Instead of chocolate chips I used 4 squares of Lindt 85 % cocoa extra dark candy from 3.5 oz. bar. I broke the chocolate up and placed on top of the brownie along with a few chopped walnuts on top. I cooked at 350 degrees in my convection oven for 15 minutes in my 8x8 glass dish. They came out fabulous, the Best Gooey Brownie Ever"
"Like another reviewer these took me several minutes longer to cook. I didn't wait 'til the toothpick came out clean though because since there are chocolate chips in it I think it'd be over-done by then. Mine rose the way they were supposed to but didn't fall when they cooled so there was a space between the top of the brownie and the rest of it that cracked and broke when cutting. It tasted awesome but I need a recipe that also looks pretty after cutting."
"The best brownies ever. Absolutely perfect - that elusive combination of a bit crispy on top and squidgy in the middle. In my oven they take exactly 23 minutes."
"Absolutely delicious !!! I used Hershey special dark coco and chocolate chips and for an added flare I threw some chocolate chips and a drizzle of Hershey syrup on top right before I popped them in th oven! A huge hit with all my family and friends."
"Soooo yummy!! This recipe turns out like the name brand mixes in the store. We couldnt wait until it cooled to eat it, although I would defniitely recommend it! <br/>We love it and know you will too :)"
"These are outstanding. Most brownie recipes are too dry and cakey for my taste. These are fudgy and perfect. I used Ghiradelli unsweetened cocoa powder, and Hershey's Semisweet Baking Melts for the chocolate chips. I added about 1/4 coarsely chopped pecans. Delish. I baked mine in a 13x9 pan, for 20 minutes."