Recipe by J SPENCER
"This is a brownie recipe my mom taught me to make. They are sweet, soft, and chewy (and very bad for you, like all good recipes are!)"
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unsweetened cocoa powder
2 1/4 cups
This recipe is missing one stick of butter (use 2 sticks). Most brownie recipes for a 9x13" pan use 2 sticks butter. Hope this helps.
the only thing that was "wicked" was my temper after wasting ingredients to make a dry, dull, flavorless brownie. don't do it ladies.
I did not like this recipe.
The batter was too thick to spread and
it turned out very dry with hard edges.
I didn't even leave it in the oven as
long as the recipe called for!
I must have done something VERY wrong...but fortunately I like biscotti.
I feel bad rating them so low but I did not care for this recipe. I even tried them with the extra butter and it still didnt come out. Sorry :(
I thought these were great, easy-to-make fudge brownies. I did double the butter, as suggested, and used pecans vs. walnuts, but that's personal choice. I thought the flavor and the texture were both great!
I tried this recipe & I have to agree with the other reviews..they were very dry :( & hard I was very dissapointed when they came out... I won't try this recipe again.. :(
maybe i made it wrong but it came out like dry cake (in hindsight the flour, salt, baking powder combo shouldve been a dead give away. it was ok but we weren't real crazy about them.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 60
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