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These chocolaty treats are topped with a chewy layer of marshmallows, nuts, and even more chocolate. The kids will hardly be able to wait until the brownies are cool!

Source: Everyday Food, June 2008
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To prevent toppings from sinking into the batter, sprinkle them on after brownies are baked. An extra 5 minutes in the oven melts the topping together for easy slicing.

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  • cielodizaffiro
    25 MAY, 2018
    Nearly all American recipes (for cakes and cookies) they are much too sweet for Europeans palates. I would suggest that two cups of sugar is too much and only using chocolate chips instead of unsweetened cocoa powder (at least a third of a cup) would make this recipe much better. The marshmallows are the "sweet finish" required, but with this amount of sugar and only pure sweetened chocolate the result is cloying.
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    • cielodizaffiro
      25 MAY, 2018
      I meant "only using unsweetened chocolate powder ... instead of only using chocolate chips/drops .. would make this recipe much better. You could add a small amount of real chocolate.
  • Imee47
    25 APR, 2016
    I made this delicious brownie for my bestie's baby shower and it was gone in flash!!!
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  • lulusoto
    22 AUG, 2013
    this was so easy to make and so yummy to eat! it was an A+ and it was my first time making a brownie
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  • Sweet tooth
    16 JUN, 2013
    These are so good!! Very simple to make. They were a hit !
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  • Megg K
    4 DEC, 2012
    Wow gotta try this to bad it's to long for my leasson:(
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  • opkscook
    15 OCT, 2012
    great tasting very easy recipe i microwaved the chocolate chips and butter, i did add organic extracts vanilla almond and a bit of coffee extract. the brownies turned out great!
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  • tornado
    19 JUN, 2012
    I use this decadent mixture to make amazing mini- brownie muffins. By pouring the batter in small muffin moulds, a lot of that crispy crust covers every bite. Yummm... and I also think popping these one-bite wonders in the toaster/microwave for a few seconds/minutes enhances the chocolaty goodness considerably.
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  • tornado
    17 JUN, 2012
    There's one part that leaves me baffled. In step number 2, do we put a saucepan with boiling water on a bowl and add the butter and chocolate inside?
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  • Bakingforlove22
    2 OCT, 2011
    Amazingly easy and delicious...a super easy way to impress the in laws at Christmas time .......looks like it took forever ...but it didn't
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  • heidipacher
    16 AUG, 2011
    I made this recipe and the brownies separated-the topping and the cake part was in 2 pieces
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