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Source: Everyday Food, May 2007
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  • aurumsanctus
    24 FEB, 2017
    Too thick.
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  • Beatrix K
    28 SEP, 2014
    Great recipe! Very thick and substantial brownie that is heavy on chocolate. Check early. Mine were done between 40-45 min.
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  • Shoshana9986
    9 DEC, 2011
    I am a professional, freelance baker, and this is one of my most-ordered recipes: my clients LOVE them. I read the rest of the reviews, and I don't find these to be dry AT ALL: in fact, they are so fudgy and moist that they are too rich for me! Other bakers: try baking them for 45 minutes; also, I don't know if this makes a difference, but I use 9-12 oz. of chocolate chips instead of 8 oz (the clients who order these are choco-holics!)
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  • arnolda
    7 NOV, 2011
    This recipe was terrible. very dry and very crumbly. It had a nice chocolate flavor but it just fell apart every where and did not have a nice texture. I would not recommend this recipe
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  • DaCACook
    23 AUG, 2011
    I've made brownies from scratch many times and definitely prefer them over the box method. However, this recipe disappointed me as it was too crumbly and dry. On the plus side, the brownies had a good flavor and there were no leftovers, but I just don't like brownie crumbs all over the place. I'm sorry to say that I don't recommend this recipe.
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  • MerceCordero
    2 FEB, 2009
    I don't know how many times I have tried to make brownies from scratch only to throw it all away because the results were far from good. However, yesterday I tried this recipe, and the result was perfectly moist, great textured brownies with a great taste. I absolutely loved it, and my family too. Thanks!
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  • Kleo
    30 JUL, 2008
    I tried this recipe yesterday and it was an absolute success!! It's delicious and I will certainly do it again! You should control the cooking time though, I remove mine from the oven before the 50 min recommended, otherwise it would end up overcooked.
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  • bettyagnes
    3 APR, 2008
    Where did the recipe go???
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