Ultimate Fudgy Brownies
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 40 min. + cooling
Despite some negative reviews, I made the brownies anyway. I'd never cooked the sugars before, the recipe intrigued me. I used 3 different chocolates: unsweetened, 72%dark, and semisweet chips. I put the batter in a 10" by 10" pan. The result was very good. Not really fudgy, more cakey. But I prefer that. Not dense at all. The batter baked almost to the top of the pan. I'm happy with the result and will definitely make them again.
Very fudgy and moist. I used a 7"x11" baking dish. Also, I used dark chocolate chips instead of bittersweet. But they were moist and so full of chocolate goodness.
These brownies were amazing! Seriously, one of my favorite brownie recipes. I subbed in gluten-free all-purpose flour and dairy-free butter/choc chips with GREAT results. Couldn't tell the difference. They were soft and fudgy with that perfect crust on top.
These brownies are good. I baked mine slightly longer than 50 minutes and they were more cakey than fudgy. Next time I will bake them closer to 40 minutes to get that fudgy texture.
Why do you have to include so much sugar?? I make chocolate fudge brownies with MUCH less sugar and I use Swerve instead so safe for pre diabetics
This is the Brownie Recipe that I base my brownies on...However, like others, I found it had to be tweaked for perfection. I did use full cup of butter, only 2 eggs, baking powder rather than baking soda, and added 1/4 cup cocoa powder so used semi-sweet morsels instead.....I know--lots of tweaks, but I put it together using these steps. I also used a larger pan (8x11) and baked at 350 for 35 mins....WONDERFUL!
My dad had a problem with almost every ingredient in this recipe, and the measurements too. But how much is the serving and how much does it make????
Wow! These were amazing. I didn't have a 9x9 pan, so I used an 11x7, which is almost the exact same area as a 9x9. This worked out well. The brownies were rich and fudgy, as promised. I will definitely be making them again!
I have a question my grandson is allergic to choc can I use white choc instead?
I used an 11x7 pan after reading the reviews and it still went above the pan. And it was very crumbly....not finger food brownies. But they are super chocolatey.......not sure I’ll make them again. Have no idea how they can be made in a 9x9. But my husband enjoyed them, and they will get eaten!!!