I ended up making Reese's Pieces Peanut Butter Cup Brownies. I placed nine snack size Reese`s Pieces half an inch in from the all four sides of the pan as suggested. These were snack size, not the mini size chocolates. I will add a few mini`s next time here and there I think. I just like more of a good thing, but they were delicious as made! OH MY GOODNESS they were a hit. I followed a tip, and used butter, as I have very soft healthy spreadable margarine. This type of margarine gets very watery when melted. **Hard squares of margarine like Imperial, are much better for baking purposes. I used all 5 eggs, and used the measurements given for each ingredient. I also carefully spread less then half the batter in the bottom of the pan to make sure there was enough batter left over to cover the larger Peanut Butter Cups. I found that saving more batter for the top worked well. I checked them at 50 minutes and they were a little under done. It was hard to judge with the chocolate`s melted inside, I tested in several spots. I followed the directions, and baked them for the full 55 minutes. I had perfect results. I set my oven to the stated temperature, mine is a convection oven, this automatically changes the temperature to convection. OUR FAVOURITE results, they were fudgy, chewy, inside with a thin, crispy top. Perfect!**We made mint brownies too with 35 mini mints, topped with fudge icing from the back of the Hershey Chocolate Chip bag. **Make these !! So delicious! OUR new fav!
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I ended up making Reese's Pieces Peanut Butter Cup Brownies. I placed nine snack size Reese`s...