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LUNCH LADY BROWNIES 1 cup of Butter (unsalted) 1/2 cup of Cocoa 2 cups of All Purpose Flour 2 cups of Sugar 4 Eggs 4 teaspoons of Vanilla 1 cup of Chopped Nuts (optional) FROSTING To make while the b
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LUNCH LADY BROWNIES

posted at 7/20/2013 11:55 PM EDT
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LUNCH LADY BROWNIES
1 cup of Butter (unsalted)
1/2 cup of Cocoa
2 cups of All Purpose Flour
2 cups of Sugar
4 Eggs
4 teaspoons of Vanilla
1 cup of Chopped Nuts (optional)
FROSTING
To make while the brownies bake
1/4 cup of softened Butter
1/4 cup of canned Milk (regular milk is fine)
1/4 cup of Cocoa
3 cups of Powdered Sugar
Dash of Salt
Mix together and set aside,frost brownies while warm(Not Hot)
DIRECTIONS FOR BROWNIES
melt the Butter in the microwave and put into mixing bowl, then add cocoa and mix together until smooth.
Add flour, and sugar. Beat together and then add eggs, vanilla, and nuts. Mix until combined. Do not over stir.
Pour into greased, floured 9×13 baking pan*.
* An additional part of this recipe said that if you want to double the recipe, use a large baking sheet.
Additional Note * This batter will not be runny like a cake mix. You might have to spread it out over your pan with a rubber spatula.
Bake 20-25 minutes @350 F or until done. check at it at 20 minutes.
Wait only about 10 minutes to frost brownies. Frost them while they are warm (not hot).

Re: LUNCH LADY BROWNIES

posted at 7/21/2013 8:04 AM EDT
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Last: 4/7/2014
Sounds delicious, thank you!!

Re: LUNCH LADY BROWNIES

posted at 7/21/2013 8:11 AM EDT
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Last: 4/18/2014
Thanks for the great sounding recipe.

Re: LUNCH LADY BROWNIES

posted at 7/21/2013 11:19 AM EDT
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Last: 4/18/2014
looks good

Re: LUNCH LADY BROWNIES

posted at 7/21/2013 12:20 PM EDT
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Last: 3/27/2014
Nikki - Thank you for another great sounding recipe.  It will be interesting to read the review once somebody bakes them.  After reading the recipe, I think I would add my own cooked frosting recipe.

Re: LUNCH LADY BROWNIES

posted at 7/21/2013 12:28 PM EDT
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Last: 4/15/2014
In Response to Re: LUNCH LADY BROWNIES:
Nikki - Thank you for another great sounding recipe.  It will be interesting to read the review once somebody bakes them.  After reading the recipe, I think I would add my own cooked frosting recipe.
Posted by Cheri H

The recipe was posted by Mikki but it does sound good and I also will wait for reviews. Hard to break away from my favorite brownie to make another. 

Re: LUNCH LADY BROWNIES

posted at 7/21/2013 12:29 PM EDT
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 this was the best recipe we tasted.

Re: LUNCH LADY BROWNIES

posted at 7/21/2013 4:15 PM EDT
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Thanks you I have gotten the most great recipes rrom this site.

Re: LUNCH LADY BROWNIES

posted at 7/22/2013 12:49 PM EDT
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First: 10/8/2010
Last: 2/12/2014
There's a zillion brownie recipes out there, but this one sounds worth trying.  I never heard of frosting brownies until I moved to MO.
This recipe appears to have more flour than most brownie recipes.  However, when I was teaching in a small town, the lunch ladies made really good stuff

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