Baked it yesterday to be delighted this morning. It's my first brownie...the first brownie in my life. I've never eaten them before, so I'm not a great expert on brownies (where I live it's not a traditional comfort dessert).
Well, I doubled the recipe to fit my 10x10 square pan. Used only 3 eggs as some users suggested, 14 oz (1,75 cup) of sugar, half a cup of ap flour and half a cup of whole wheat flour, half a cup of margarine (I strongly believe that it didn't affect the taste) and half a cup of butter. I poured the batter in the pan lined with oiled parchment, sprinkled a cup of roasted walnuts over it and slightly pressed them in the batter. Baked 30 minutes.
I doubled all ingredients for frosting as well, except confectioners sugar (used only 1 cup). It turned out great: not crumbly at all, but very spreadable, not too sweet, but with very very rich flavor.
In a couple of hours I got 9 large brownie squares. I wrapped them in individual parchment wrap and put in the air-tight cellofane bag.
For this breakfast I gobbled 2 large brownie squares (not cake-y at all), and as a result now I have a slight nausea to all the chocolate in the world. Need to compare it with brownies made of melted chocolate chips.
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Baked it yesterday to be delighted this morning. It's my first brownie...the first brownie in...