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Do you like your brownies rich, dense, and fudgy, or light, cake, and a little bit chewy? Discover the secrets of the perfect brownie.




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  • Abmagtubo
    29 JUL, 2017
    Its so yummmmyy
  • Foolishyishgma
    10 APR, 2017
    I never baked before in my life lol. This seems easy enough unless im fooling myself? Just wondering are the measurements in US? can i go ahead and do metric standards for example 1cup = 250ml. Thanks
  • oddslat
    27 FEB, 2017
    I've tried making these yesterday but the brownies came out all dry! It's even worse than cakey brownies! Would like to know what might I have done wrong because would love to try this recipe again :)
    5 FEB, 2017
    I love these brownies, they are super fudgy and exactly as a brownie should be. My only complaint is that after 45 minutes of baking the toothpick test still comes out rather wet, not crumby. I tried cooking them longer last time to compensate but the edges started to burn. It turns out, if I take it out at 45 and let it fully cool (despite it still being wet on the toothpick test) they will settle as they are meant to & seems fine, it's just a little odd! Any idea why it's happening?
    • cardenas.carlo
      17 FEB, 2017
      You should probably check your oven's inner temperature, sometimes ovens unbalance the heat and though you set it to some temperature, the inner could be less than what you expect, you could buy an oven's thermometer and see if this helps,
  • sashaelena151
    13 MAR, 2016
    Very disappointing. Mine were overdone at 30 minutes and still came out cakey, which I wanted to avoid. The search for the perfect brownie recipe continues.
  • faancyprincess
    1 FEB, 2016
    Great recipe, i love how easy the video makes it. I'm definitely using this recipe again. I wish i could add a picture to this review, i did a rocky road version with Herseys milk chocolate chip,small marshmallows and chopped walnuts, awesome!!!
  • jacquelinegch
    8 NOV, 2015
    These were really good, especially right after they were baked. I didn't have bittersweet chocolate so I added milk chocolate morsels and cut the sugar down to a quarter cup plus two tablespoons. I added walnuts that I roasted a little before and a tablespoon of {room temp} milk after I incorporated the flour. A little than halfway through baking I realized I wanted chocolate morsels on top. Dutch Processed cocoa definitely makes it look better.
  • azgirl2
    24 MAY, 2015
    This turned out very well, though I did add a bit extra chocolate. I also baked it just enough for center to be somewhat wet. Served warm with vanilla ice cream.

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