The best way to add batter to the pan: Start by spreading most of the brownie batter in the pan (I use a little less base for pumpkin half than brownie half). Top with all of the pumpkin mixture. Use reserved brownie batter to add small dollops (about 9) to top. Swirl through dollops and pumpkin layer with spatula or knife- not too much, just until the desired look is achieved. Also, used 1/2 c. margarine, 2 eggs, 3/4 c. white sugar & 1/2 c. brown sugar, bittersweet chocolate chips, pecans, baked for just over 20 minutes (until top was no longer glossy). I don't usually like cloves, but they make this taste more like a holiday recipe and really add to the overall rich flavor, so I just reduced the amount a little. Dash of freshly ground nutmeg. The key to this is not to overmix or overbake. The result is moist, rich, and deceptively easy. Will be requested repeatedly!
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The best way to add batter to the pan: Start by spreading most of the brownie batter in the...