Top-ranked recipe named "Ultimate Double Chocolate Brownies"
Best ever brownies!
"I followed the recipe for the most part but added a high quality baking bar melted in with the butter. I also cut the sugar down by 25% because the people I made these for font like overly sweet treats. Finally I used one half whole wheat "- Jean_L_Gutierrez
1)In a large bowl, combine cocoa and baking soda; blend in 1/3 cup melted butter. Add boiling water; stir until well blended. Stir in sugar, eggs and remaining butter.
2)Add flour, vanilla and salt. Stir in the pecans and chocolate chunks. Pour into a greased 13-in.x9in.x2in. baking pan. Bake at 350? for 35-40 minutes or until brownies begin to pull away from sides of pan. Cool.
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charlianne 1 year ago
Jean_L_Gutierrez 1 year agoI followed the recipe for the most part but added a high quality baking bar melted in with the butter. I also cut the sugar down by 25% because the people I made these for font like overly sweet treats. Finally I used one half whole wheat
afpeach1985 2 years ago
wkwjmu 3 years agoNot my favorite brownies. I decided to try these after reading the rave reviews. Who can refuse a delicious bite of chocolate? Mine turned out a little cakey for my taste and they didn't give me that rich and gooey chocolate I love in the box mixes. The only differentiation I made was to substitute a Splenda blend instead of the sugar. (added to qualify my review)
Reubsakimbo 3 years ago
Jackj9476 3 years agoHonestly these are the best brownies ever. They are so light and they taste so beautiful
Ehenning 3 years agoDelicious!!! It's also good without the chocolate chips, but the more chocolate the merrier!!!
gnette 3 years agoI would like to know what a ct of boiling water is? Then I am ready to try this recipe thanks.
whatsckn 4 years agoReally good brownies-very moist. I added coconut to top of brownies...so yummy!
Hepster 4 years agoBest homemade brownies I've tried. Chocolate is a nice richness