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Source: Everyday Food, May 2007
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  • saco_99
    15 APR, 2018
    These brownies are delicious! They do take at least 45 minutes as stated in the recipe as you use a 9×9 pan. I started out with 25 min then increased be 15 min then another 10 min. They could have stayed in for another 5 min but I like the way they came out! I did add a 1/2 tsp of vanilla as I like the flavor.
  • karenpersano
    16 OCT, 2011
    to die for!!! but I also agree that the baking time is too long...
  • Grenoble
    12 DEC, 2010
    My two children have been crying for brownies for the last 3 years. We moved to France and brownies are not a specialty here. I have tried many different recipes but nothing like the brownies of our next door neighbors in US. So I will try this one tonight and let you know the verdict.
  • FoodgasmSpecialist
    28 SEP, 2010
    Cooked to sweet perfection in a 9 x 13 glass pyrex in 25 mins.
  • FoodgasmSpecialist
    16 SEP, 2010
    Made these tonight
  • gourmetdiva
    6 SEP, 2010
    I agree with the person who thinks the baking time is too high. It is. At most it should be about 25 minutes. 1 hour makes them extremely dry.
  • mykele
    5 SEP, 2010
    toto2, since it has been some time since your request I can only hope that you still follow this web site. It does take almost an hour to bake (I would check after the 30 minute one said that they had a problem with the baking time, but just in case), at least another hour to cool...they need to be cool for neat cutting. Good recipe......Mykele
  • cookie77
    13 SEP, 2008
    I haven't made homemade browines in a while. Will these meet my family's high expectations?
  • LaNieves
    30 AUG, 2008
    Martha, This is a n n n n 10, I also tried it with Macadamia nuts.
  • dovecanyon
    30 AUG, 2008
    Instead of frosting, I always sprinkle the top generously with colored jimmies or sprinkles before baking. It adds just enough "extra someting" without the richness of frosting. Besides, they look so good! BTW, this is probably the best brownie recipe I've ever used, and I've been cooking for 50 years.

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