Recipe by Jean
"Chocolaty brownies topped with a rich semisweet chocolate glaze. Serve with ice cream or milk. "
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1 1/2 cups
1 1/2 cups
1 3/4 cups
unsweetened cocoa powder
6 (1 ounce) squares
This recipe turned out pretty good! On another review of this recipe, they suggested to use a 9x13 pan instead of a 9x9 pan and also they would add 1/3 cup of milk. I took both of those suggestions the first time I made it and they turned out great! The next time I use this recipe I am not going to use as much cocoa - it was just to much cocoa for my taste. It is very cakey, just the way I like my brownies. :-)
The batter for these brownies tasted great before I baked it :) but the pan the recipe calls for is too small for the ammount of batter it made. It took over a hour to bake it and when it was finally done, it was dry, dense and not very tasty. The only thing that helped it was to put one "brownie" in a bowl and cover it in chocolate syrup and milk. If I make it again, I would use a 9"x 13" pan instead of 9"x9" and I would add 1/3 cup milk.
Too dry. Needs milk added to recipe to make it moist.
I think what would help it most of all is to cut down on the flour--that's considerably more than most brownies call for.
I just finished baking these browines they smell great! i followed others advise and used a 9x13 pan and it filled the pan no way this can go in a smaller pan and i also added 2/3c milk. I thought i did something wrong to start with because it looked so thick wasnt sure they were going to come out right. Just waiting on them to cool off now so i can put the icing on them
Very cakey brownies, and too much cocoa for my taste! Made on a spur of the moment and looked for the easiest recipes I could find.....won't make that mistake again!
I would agree with the reviews that call this version "cakey." The added milk definitely helps. Not as sweet as I expected, but used as a base for a larger desert or with added ingredients like chocolate chips, I think the mild sweetness actually works in its favour.
Super dry and cakey. Its needs oil or milk or something. The topping made it easy to swallow otherwise top with ice cream.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/20 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 20
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 175
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