Recipe by Holly8358
"The thin air in Denver can play havoc on normal baking recipes. Here's a brownie recipe that's sure to turn out great!"
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unsweetened cocoa powder
1 1/2 cups
1 1/2 teaspoons
semisweet chocolate chips
I live at 7500 ft and they were great for me! (7/8 cup is 1 cup minus 2 Tbsps)
These were okay. Like another reviewer said, I have had better brownies from a mix. The batter was delicious though.
This was a wonderful brownie, gooey in the middle and crunchy around the edges. I used a 9x13 pan and I am so glad I didn't double the recipe, it was still pretty thick. I used 3/4c pecans and 1c chocolate chips. I cooked it for about 45 minutes, when the top cracked, it was perfectly done. My friends and I all raved about these brownies. I will definitely make them again.
These are the best brownies I have ever made - very moist, chewy and "fudgy". I live at 10,500 feet and they turned out great at 38 minutes.
Oh my goodness I made these the other nite & I live near Boulder, CO and have always had difficulty perfecting the art of baking at high altitudes, however this recipe has converted me for sure!! I did follow the recipe exactly, though used semi-sweet mini chocolate chips instead of the regular and the brownies disappeared within a matter of days at our house, next time I might try dusting some powdered sugar very lightly on top, these are sublime and to me taste extremely similar if not better than those of a local bakery called Breadworks that is known for its exquisite brownies, now I can indulge at home as these are very inexpensive to make & amazing!! A+!! Thank you!!!
I live in Quito, which is 9895 ft above sea level. Brownies are one of the most difficult treats to make here. But, these passed the test. Not only against the altitude, but with all of my High School Home Ec students. Thank you for contributing this recipe!
Mile High Excellence! As directed, I made 12 cupcake brownies. Filled about 3/4 of cupcake tin with batter. Covered with chocolate icing. Moist, delicious, and only a slight sink in the center. Notes - Allow melted butter to cool before adding the rest of the wetmix. Preheated oven to 400, then turned to 350 after putting in pan. Ovens drop temp quickly (50deg./10 sec.) with the door open. Do not open oven door while baking. Loss of heat pressure will cause collapse. -- Thanks for the recipe!
Tried this recipe at about 6500' and were quite pleased with the result. Chewy and fudgy and delicious! Definitely add the chocolate chips.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
High Altitude Deep Dish Brownies
Serving Size: 1/9 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 9
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 241
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