Nesquik Brownies

"These are great moist brownies. They reminded me of Duncan Hines Deluxe brownies. Can use regular chocolate Nesquik and it won't hurt, (I asked at the site) Recipe is from"
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Ready In:




  • Preheat oven to 350°.
  • Grease 9 x 13 baking pan.
  • Combine sugar, butter and water in a large bowl; stir well.
  • Stir in eggs and vanilla.
  • Combine flour, Nesquik, baking powder, and salt in medium bowl; stir in sugar mixture.
  • Stir in nuts.
  • Spread into prepared pan.
  • Bake for 20 to 25 minutes or until wooden toothpick inserted in center comes out slightly sticky.
  • Cool in pan on wire rack.
  • Cut into bars.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Sophia R.
    are the brownies healthy and worth it?


  1. daynacourtney
    I can't believe these are made with Nesquik! What a great idea! I used "Great Value" generic kind, and they still turned out great. Fudgy and chewy! Yummy!
  2. Kathia D.
    Added two tablespoons of avocado oil and a half cup chocolate chips, used Mexican vanilla blend and they came out perfect. Gooey yummy delish! I suggest adding baking soda last since it would give it less time to bubble, I noticed a difference.
  3. dmacz
    thanks for posting!! i tried to bake that brownies and it turns so good!! <br/>i recommend to put a half of a tsp. of coffee (instant) and add a little bit of flour so it'll become fudgy... :)
  4. Catherine1
    Made a half recipe and used an 8x8 pan. Used sugar free chocolate nesquik. Used brewed coffee Instead of water. Great flavor. Very easy. With the smaller pan they were done at 17minutes. Next time I will add nuts.
  5. C K.3406
    This was my first time making brownies from scratch as I've always just bought the boxed mix.... I read a lot of reviews before making these brownies and wow they are amazingly delicious! ... Most of the reviewers said the brownies came out cake like... Mine did not I baked them for 22min they are good def not cake like brownies.... I followed the recipe as is and I used regular nesquick chocolate milk mix I did take the advice from other reviews n added a little more.... I also used shedd's spread country crock calcium tub of butter as its all I had on hand... I measured 3/4 cup out melted it in the microwave and then stirred it up then added it in.... I made these last night n my family ate half the pan.... What's nice its def a chocolate lovers brownie but its not too rich of a flavor its perfect and so freaking easy to make... Next time ill be adding in some peanut butter.... Thank you for sharing your recipe ... These brownies are delicious and I'll be making these again


  1. Rhodaliza V.
    I love this recipe. I have lots of Nesquik at home from this recipe. I only used half of the sugar and the regular chocolate Nesquik. I added less than a teaspoon of instant coffee. I could add a tablespoon of cocoa powder next time ot decrease the time to make it fudgier. But all in all, great recipe.
  2. Natasha J.
    If you want a brownie that tastes less sweet and more like dark chocolate, add some cocoa powder instead of most of the nesquick.
  3. 20XCRunner12
    These were so good! When I make homemade brownies, they are never as good as the kind you can buy in a box. These were so chocolatey and moist! I used chocolate chips instead of the nuts, and only baked for 14 minutes.
  4. Suzie_Q
    Wow, these were the best brownies I have ever tasted! I halved the recipe because I didn't think I'd have enough Nesquik unless I did, I used two egg whites instead of one whole egg, replaced part of the butter with applesauce and omitted the nuts. They came out great! Very moist and chewy and probably the only brownie recipe I will want to use from now on!



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