It cuts the brownies perfectly every time! I am definitely going to be trying this recipe! Your site is wonderfull. I try some of your recipes and i love them.
They are so delicious, specially your spinach salad with strawberry and blueberry muffins Your blueberry muffins is the best recipe ever. My friends love them. France tell you thank you and me too, so much i am eating your brownies, they look perfect Sorry for my english. I m not bilingual. The Big Move Looking for Lemonade.
These were so good that it was a solid 36 hours later before I even noticed that I forgot to add nuts. I athinkovoven isaislalittle powerful so they were a little less fudge than I wanted, but I love this recipe! What took them over the top for us was after I baked them I sprinkled some coarse sea salt on top.
The flavor is great! Not as fudgy as I expected.. Wondering if I did something?? They just came out of the oven and boy does my house smell so good. I tried a small piece and oh my gosh to die for. Thank you for this recipe. I really wished people would just rate a recipe instead of commenting on how good it looks! Sorry, pet peace of mine! I thought maybe I was hitting the morsels but everywhere I poke it comes out like this.
I have a thermador gas range. Has anyone actually made this that can comment? I made these gluten free yesterday for my cousin and my aunt and they loved them! I will never buy another brownie box mix after making this. These recipes are flawlessly perfect. There is no need to make any adjustments in ingredient portions, process and the baking times are spot on. These brownies are the best of the best.
Don't Miss a New Recipe! Our Favorite Brownie Recipe 4. Fudge Brownies Print Recipe. Makes 24 brownies Prep Time: In a medium-sized saucepan set over low heat, melt the butter and remove from the heat. Add the sugar and stir to combine. Heating this mixture a second time will dissolve more of the sugar, which will yield a shiny top crust on your brownies. Transfer the sugar mixture to a medium-sized mixing bowl. Stir in the cocoa, baking powder, salt, and vanilla extract. Whisk in the eggs, stirring until smooth.
Add the flour and chocolate chips. Spoon the batter into prepared pan. Bake the brownies for about minutes, until a cake tester inserted into the center comes out clean, or with just a few moist crumbs clinging to it. The brownies should feel set on the edges, and the center should look very moist, but not uncooked. Remove them from the oven and cool on a rack before cutting and serving. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Rosa — February 9, 4: Jessica How Sweet — February 9, 4: Katrina — February 9, 5: Cara — February 9, 5: Now another reason to try them!
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These look super chocolaty and wonderful! RT — February 9, 7: I am jealous you went to the Baking Center in Vermont. I hope to make it there someday! Jenny Flake — February 9, 7: Karly — February 9, 7: Fuji Mama — February 9, 8: Sharlene — February 9, 8: Lori RecipeGirl — February 9, 8: I can tell just by looking at these that they are fudgy and perfect.
Heather Heather's Dish — February 9, 8: I love the addition of espresso powder! Thick fudgy brownies sound amazing! Fallon — February 9, 8: I like when brownies look like this. Thick and full of chocolate goodness! Lindsay Eat, Knit, Grow — February 9, 8: Annalise — February 9, 9: Gaby — February 9, 9: Lot-O-Choc — February 9, 9: Oh wow these look so dense and chocolatey.. Jamie — February 9, 9: These look so delicious!!! I might have to make some today. And then try not to eat them all! Elle — February 9, 9: Flourchild — February 9, Lauren at KeepItSweet — February 9, I definitely am a fan of a more fudgey brownie so these would work for me: Joanne — February 9, I love fudgy brownies and these definitely look dense enough to warrant my love and affection!
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These brownies are the best! My family loves them and they turn out great every time. I tired another recipe recently and they were all bummed- these will be my go to! No substitutions, adjusted for a tin just slightly smaller than the one you suggested, and no additions. I felt that you articulated something that I would like to get out of cooking and eating.
AWE, thanks so much! I am so glad that you are enjoying cooking and feeling more comfortable in the kitchen. Thank you for reading my bio and letting me know! I am so glad that you loved the brownies. I followed the recipe exactly and topped it off with chocolate chips and it was so delightful. And one bowl too, that was a plus for me. Hey Karina, I tried this recipe over the weekends.. Just wanted to know that if I substitute the white granulated sugar with brown sugar, how much quantity should I use?
You will just want to make sure there is the same amount of total sugar for these brownies. Hope that makes sense! They are so good and I think you will love them! I made these but a vegan version, I used an egg replacement and oil instead of butter… They came out super thin but a gooey deliciousness was the result. Do I need to just double the recipe, or was it because I converted some ingredients to a vegan version. Any comments or help would be appreciated, Thank YOU!!!
It may be because of the substitutions you have made. I hope you are able to find a way to make them thicker but yet vegan. These brownies live up to every promise! I am so happy to have a one bowl brownie batter that is SO much fudgier than any other three bowl mix. I am so happy that you enjoyed them! Thank you so much for sharing and following along with me! It turned out really great!! My family keeps eating them. Thank you for a great recipe. I am so glad that you made them your own.
Thanks so much for sharing with me! I am so glad everyone is loving them!! People suggest me to start a bakery when I make them have these brownies. I made these because I needed to bring a dessert to a dinner and I had all the ingredients on hand. They were the perfect level of sweetness. I did not really get a crackly top and maybe that has something to do with reducing the sugar.
The texture is fudgy but also light at the same time, whereas box brownies are more dense. I will not take box brownies out of my kitchen, but I will definitely make these again. Box brownies are not too bad;!! I am glad that you gave these a try and you liked them! Great recipe, thanks for sharing! I added in raw cacao nibs to the mix, and it turned out amazing? Just made these brownies, absolutely amazing. This was my first time making brownies from scratch, I searched dozens of recipes and finally choose this one. So happy I did. Thanks for following along with me!
Everyone loved it and so many people asked for the recipe. These look amazing and I want to try them but am thinking of decreasing the amount of sugar. If I use less sugar do you suggest any other changes? I used gluten free flour due to a gluten allergy and they turned out great! So… I just baked some brownies for the very first time with this recipe… And all I have to say is: I am a sugar person, what means that i m always eating, preparing, enjoying sweet stuff. And brownies, well, that s my favourite combination because of chocolate!
I have to say that these Brownies are truly amazing: If you use a good quality of cocoa, your brownies will taste even better. I used Peruvian Cacao Powder, so mine taste like heaven!!! I am loving every bite! That is so great to hear! Thanks so much for sharing! I am so glad that they turned out and you loved them! These are out-of-the-park, spot on, best fudgiest brownies… EVER!!! I was wondering if your oven element was on the bottom, Is that why you bake it on the top shelf?
My oven is opposite. We love this recipe, its our second time making it. Yes, my oven element is on the bottom. Do you bake it on the bottom then? I am so glad that you love it and you have made it a couple times! My son and I made these today, and you are not exaggerating when you say they are the best! My son and I topped them with some white chocolate chips that we had in our pantry.
We will definitely be making these again! I am so glad that you loved them and they turned out great for you! I AM really excited because of this recipe. I will try it later this week! Doubled the recipe and cooked for about 30 minutes. Will be making these again this weekend, when my son comes in from college. I am glad that you loved them and they turned out for you! I made these with raw sugar, made sure to beat the eggs in a little bit extra and I added some broken up salted pecans on top.
These beautiful brownies are super sweet, so the salt from the pecans cuts the sweet just the right amount! In response to a few others who also need to convert things I rounded a tiny bit here and there: What do you recommend? These brownies look amazing. Must i let them cool complete in the baking pan?
Before i can slice the brownies. Yes, I would cool completely so they come out clean and together. Hi, I tried the recipe the other day and it was amazing! I was wondering if I double all the ingredients then do I need to double the baking time for the brownies as well? Yes, totally double the ingredients! I would recommend putting them in two different 8 inch pans. If you are baking at the same time, I would add about 8 more minutes but checking them or bake them separately. I made sure to be very gentle with these fudgy delicacies.
So glad I gave them a try! Word to the wise though: Mine came out pretty undercooked unintentionally after having baked them for 22 minutes or so. Next time I will leave them in for longer like minimum 25 min min. Oh well…good thing my roommates and I adore underbaked brownies! I also added chocolate chips which gave it that extra gooeyness! Thanks for the recipe!! This is my go-to recipe for fudgy brownies! They turn out every time! I also substitute 1: I used reg granulated sugar and have to bake them for about 30 min or longer but so happy I have this recipe a try!!!
They are soft, rich, creamy and fudgy!!! I have now become the Brownie Girl at the office because of your recipe! Every time we need to bring a dessert, everybody just asked me to bake brownies again, and I keep coming back to your amazing recipe! This time I added milk chocolate and white chocolate drops on the top, it was delicious! Tania that just made my day! Please say HI to Mauritius for me!
I was surprised because it says each serving is calories. I just made these last night and they are delicious! My husband was so impressed I baked brownies from scratch, so thank you! I just made these brownies and they were so good, I almost ate the entire pan all by myself! They were so simple to make and it was exactly as you said they would be: This is my new go to brownie recipe. Hopefully this will help others looking to make them gluten free also? I imagine when they come out in a slab, they are cooled first and then spooned out by the tablespoonful and rolled into balls.
Or you could bake them in a mini muffin pan but they will need less time in the oven. People always ask for the recipe. I love these brownies. Where were you all my life.. Thank you so much.. My 4 year old daughter and I are in love with these! She just asked for seconds! These brownies are delicious — so fudgy and chocolatey. Thank you for all the tips you posted to help keep the fudgy texture and the crackly top!
I made these brownies and they turned out absolutely perfect. However they were a little bit too sweet for my liking. If I want to cut down the sugar , will I need to alter the recipe??
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I thoroughly enjoy your blog so much! I always find such wonderful yummy things on here, like these brownies! These have to be the best, like, in ever! My kids always feel special when they get home baked treats, and these brownies are no exception. Thanks for this recipe, and all the other yummies you come up with. So funny that you know exact time when to take them out! You must be like me! I love my chocolate! This came out beautiful. Thanks so much for the recipe and I had a lot of fun making this!
Really chewy on the inside and crunchy on the outside like they promised. By the way it tastes even better if you have it with milk It absolutely made my day. I made these tonight to try. They turned out like the picture nice and gooey inside and a nice crust on top just like promised. My mom found this recipe and gave it a try. Batch one, we made using the recipe, but used a 9 in cake pan. Batch two, we made using only oil and found it gave it a more crinkly top and tasted more like a boxed mix. Do i have to use a double bath method?
And when you say top shelf of the oven means the heat is comi g from the bottom only not top and bottom? Hope you can reply asap , as i would love to make them! And what size of the pan should i use? This is tge first time i will bake hahahaha , ghank you again! I usually just shake it to see if it moves and bake it longer if it does. So what should I be looking for? Thank you for a yummy recipe! What am I doing wrong? Soooo excited to make these!
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Then, sprinkle with mini chocolate chips and cover in foil to soften chips. This is for Francine, who commented below, in case it helps. Confectioners sugar is completely different from superfine caster sugar. Caster sugar is simply extra fine granulated sugar. Confectioners sugar will completely throw off texture. These Brownies where the best Brownies I have ever eatin in my entire life and very easy to make!!!
I did reduce the sugar to 1 cup. I made two batches of these today. They both turned out cake-like and the top is soft, nowhere near crackly top a lot of people have. I did try different recipe but none of them turned out right any suggestion? Made these with granulated sugar and dark cocoa! They tasted great, nice and fudgy too! I baked it around the same time you did! I love a fudgy brownie, but all the recipes I tried turned out too cake-like — until this!
I find that this recipe in an 8 x 8 pan, though fudgy, is very thin. Since I like a thicker brownie I double the recipe and bake it in a 8 x 12 pan for 28 minutes. Thanks for sharing this recipe. I made a single batch of these a week ago. Chopped some nuts and dark chocolate to sprinkle over the top before baking, and got amazing feedback from friends. The consistency was beautifully fudgey. I made a double batch this past weekend and left them in the oven a little longer. Flavour was still amazing, but the bake was just a tad lighter — but still dense and not spongey, so I was happy: I really like this recipe.
I put them in for 23 minutes. Would you recommend a higher baking temperature or bake for a few more minutes? This recipe was so easy and delicious. Thanks so much for such a great recipe! Cafe delites never disappoints me, i always come back for more. Mine came out kinda cakey and the top was a bit soft. Not sure if its because I used icing sugar instead of caster sugar. Made these on my wood pellet smoker tonight… They are delicious! Super rich and gooey! Made these today, and they came out really yummy. I do think I left them in there a little longer than I should have, and a fan forced oven.
Will just leave them in a little less. I have a hard time determining when brownies are done. These are awesome but I wanted to warn people that you may want to double the recipe in order to fill a standard square pan. Totally worth the double recipe though. I accidentally doubled the amount of butter read the recipe wrong but it still turned out great other than being extra greasy, will have to try the recipe again!! These were super good… but why did mine turn out so flat? I was very careful not to overmix… I feel like this happens with all brownie recipes I make..
I havent made these yet but im sure they will turn out amazeballs, just by reading the comments im excited to make them! These brownies are the absolute best recipe I have ever found. My grandma is 99 and an avid baker, always has been, and she was blown away by these. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe, and I am forever indebted to you for this!
Have made these many times now and they are always perfect, they look exactly like your pictures, but more importantly taste fab. I have used both margarine and butter with very little difference. Also coconut oil works well but olive oil is good aswell. I made a Black Forest tiramisu recently using these brownies instead of the usual boudoir biscuits.
It was superb, went down great at my dinner party. I would use this recipe anytime! I do love baking and they are always bragging and sharing their care packages I seldom make Fudge Brownies there just to much work and very messy to make these were simply and so versatile. You get 10 stars for them. It Melts faster and makes recipes far less grainy!! These are truly amazing.
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I love the texture so rich n fudgy. The picture of the suppose final look of the batter was different from mine. Is there any videos that i can look into? This is very delish and i want to perfect it like on the picture. All I can suggest is maybe they were over mixed or over baked? I thought I followed the recipe to a T— including very very delicately and carefully folding the flour into the batter and even mixing in the other dry ingredients first so the flour would spend the least amount of time getting mixed.
Any ideas what could be going wrong? What size tin pan would I use? And would I still bake at same temperature and time?
Thank you for sharing this recipe! OMG this is the yummiest brownies i ever tasted. I was sold on the calories! I made 4 batches in 1 big bowl and baked them for 25mins and they came out great! Perfect wiyh a hlass of cold milk! I made these brownies GF with just using GF cup for cup flour in place of the regular flour!
Friends and Family said it was the best brownies they ever had GF or regular! Going to make a double batch next time since they were gone so fast! Halfed the recipe, used a mix of cocoa powder and chocolate and didn't use the walnuts, but they tasted great! My brother, who doesn't usually like sweet things, wolfed them down! Added to shopping list. Go to shopping list. Grease a 9x13 inch baking pan. In 3-quart saucepan over very low heat, melt butter or margarine and chocolate, stirring the mixture constantly.
Remove from heat, and stir the sugar into the chocolate. Allow the mixture to cool slightly. Beat in the eggs one at a time, mixing well after each, then stir in the vanilla. Combine the flour and salt; stir into the chocolate mixture. Fold in the walnuts. Spread the batter evenly into the prepared pan. Bake in oven 30 to 35 minutes.