Recipe by Celeste
"MMMMMMM, I can never eat just one of these melt-in-your-mouth brownies, they are so rich and chocolatey."
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8 (1 ounce) squares
unsweetened baking chocolate
1 1/2 cups
1 1/4 cups
5 (1 ounce) squares
unsweetened baking chocolate
Hi! I am the submitter of this recipe and when you simmer the heavy cream and sugar, make sure you see tiny bubbles around the edge of the pot. Oh, and you can stir the frosting in the refrigerator often, it doesn't have to be every few minutes. Enjoy!
I'm sorry to say that these brownies were not good at all (in my opinion). I followed the recipe exactly and they just did not turn out well. I didn't like the texture and the taste was that of extremely bitter chocolate, but I will admit that I am not a fan of dark chocolate. If you are not a fan of dark chocolate these are definatley not the brownies for you. But if you are you may love them.
this is my favorite homemade brownie recipe. I use 1 1/2 c of cocoa + 1/2 c of melted butter to sub for the 8oz of unsweetened chocolate (I always have cocoa powder and hardly have unsweetened chocolate) - I also like baking it in a jelly roll pan, it's done in about 22 min and I can get about 50 pieces out of it, it also helps that I like thin brownies ... and I've been successful using milk in place of the cream for the frosting
I also was like Keri and made these when she shared her recipe on "the exchange". This rivals my Dad's Chocolate Death Cake. I about go into a chocolate coma when I eat these. My husband and I fight over the leftovers and don't dare share with the kids. Want a fabulous brownie recipe, look no further.
Amazing brownies. I didn't have enough butter to make the full recipe, so I cut it in half and used a 9x9 pan. Also didn't have any unsw. baking choc. squares, so I substituted cocoa and butter (3T cocoa + 1T butter for each oz of choc). Made the full recipe of frosting--keeping the extra in the fridge--it will taste really good on a spoon!
These are absolutely, hands down, the BEST brownies I have ever made, or eaten! No changes needed to the recipe. Thank you Celeste. :)
These are by far the best "fudgy" type brownie out there. My family can't get enough of them! They come out soo "pretty" and taste even better! Not for those who only "like" chocolate!!! I also LOVE the frosting and use it for fillings in cakes, to frost cakes/cupcakes, and my husband loves to have a container in the fridge to eat it w/ a spoon! :) If you are looking for the ultimate chocolate brownie, look no further. What do you have to lose...give them a try! And if you by chance don't like them...send them our way! :)
I love these brownies! I have never had such fudgy brownies, or such rich, fudgy frosting. It is very important not to overbake these, or you will lose the fudgy texture. Give these a try, you won't be sorry,(unless you prefer cakey brownies).
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Scrumptious Frosted Fudgy Brownies
Serving Size: 1/32 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 32
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 206
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