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BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION
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Now who doesn't like brownies; so why not start a collection of Brownie recipes.  I was looking at my Cookbook 2005 and I found 12 recipes for Brownies and OH MY do they sound scrumptious.&
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Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 7/18/2011 11:30 AM EDT
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Here's one I like ..........

PEPPERMINT PATTIE BROWNIES
24 small (1 1/2" York Peppermint Patties
1 1/2 cups ( 3 sticks) butter
3 cups sugar
1 tablespoon vanilla
5 eggs
2 cups flour
1 cup cocoa powder
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp salt
Heat oven to 350*. Unwrap peppermint patties. Grease 9 x 13 pan.
Stir together butter, sugar and vanilla. Add eggs, beat until well
blended. Stir in flour, cocoa, baking powder and salt. Blend well.
Reserve 2 cups batter.
Spread remaining batter in prepared pan. Arrange mint patties about
1/2 inch apart in single layer over batter. Spread reserved batter over
patties.
Bake 45 minutes until brownies begin to pull from sides of pan. Cool
completely in pan on wire rack. Cut into squares - about 36 brownies.

Once when I was making them I decided more peppermint patties would
be better so I packed them on.  That wasn't a successful idea ... the patties
were too thick and dried out.

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 7/18/2011 12:02 PM EDT
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So many yummy sounding recipes for brownies!  I want to try them all.  Now if the weather would just cool off a few degrees.  I don't like to heat up the oven when the AC is having to work so hard.

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 7/18/2011 12:29 PM EDT
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So many brownies to try .... so little time.  I guess I need vacation time to make brownies!!!!!!

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 7/18/2011 7:20 PM EDT
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CARAMEL CASHEW BROWNIES

18 CARAMELS
1/3 CUP BUTTER
2 TBL. MILK
3/4 CUP SUGAR
2 EGGS
1/2 TSP. VANILLA
1 CUP ALL-PURPOSE FLOUR
1/2 TSP. BAKING POWDER
1/4 TSP. SALT
1 CUP CHOPPED SALTED CASHEWS

1.  IN A SAUCEPAN, COOK AND STIR CARAMELS, BUTTER AND MILK OVER LOW HEAT UNTIL THE CARAMELS ARE MELTED AND MIXTURE IS SMOOTH.
2.  REMOVE FROM THE HEAT; STIR IN SUGAR.  COMBINE EGGS AND VANILLA; STIR INTO CARAMEL MIXTURE.  COMBINE FLOUR, BAKING POWDER AND SALT; STIR INTO CARAMEL MIXTURE UNTIL BLENDED.  FOLD IN CASHEWS.
2.  TRANSFER TO A GREASED 9-IN. SQUARE BAKING PAN.  BAKE AT 350* FOR 24-28 MINUTES OR UNTIL A TOOTHPICK INSERTED NEAR THE CENTER COMES OUT CLEAN.  COOL ON WIRE RACK.  CUT INTO BARS.  YIELD: 25 BROWNIES

I won't get to post a brownie recipe tomorrow because I have a Lionettes meeting.  But look on Wednesday for Coconut Pecan Blondies.

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 7/18/2011 7:22 PM EDT
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Way to go Carol and Nancy...great brownie recipes!!

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 7/18/2011 8:52 PM EDT
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CARAMEL CASHEW BROWNIES 18 CARAMELS 1/3 CUP BUTTER 2 TBL. MILK 3/4 CUP SUGAR 2 EGGS 1/2 TSP. VANILLA 1 CUP ALL-PURPOSE FLOUR 1/2 TSP. BAKING POWDER 1/4 TSP. SALT 1 CUP CHOPPED SALTED CASHEWS 1.  IN A SAUCEPAN, COOK AND STIR CARAMELS, BUTTER AND MILK OVER LOW HEAT UNTIL THE CARAMELS ARE MELTED AND MIXTURE IS SMOOTH. 2.  REMOVE FROM THE HEAT; STIR IN SUGAR.  COMBINE EGGS AND VANILLA; STIR INTO CARAMEL MIXTURE.  COMBINE FLOUR, BAKING POWDER AND SALT; STIR INTO CARAMEL MIXTURE UNTIL BLENDED.  FOLD IN CASHEWS. 2.  TRANSFER TO A GREASED 9-IN. SQUARE BAKING PAN.  BAKE AT 350* FOR 24-28 MINUTES OR UNTIL A TOOTHPICK INSERTED NEAR THE CENTER COMES OUT CLEAN.  COOL ON WIRE RACK.  CUT INTO BARS.  YIELD: 25 BROWNIES I won't get to post a brownie recipe tomorrow because I have a Lionettes meeting.  But look on Wednesday for Coconut Pecan Blondies.
Posted by Susan K

Susan, this recipe is so much different than what I expected.  I will definitely be making these.  I have my shopping list made out and I will be picking up ingredients tomorrow.  Thank you!

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 7/18/2011 9:56 PM EDT
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Susan and Nancy:  Thanks for the recipes.  I printed them both.  So many recipes.

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 7/18/2011 10:23 PM EDT
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They all sound so delicous!

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 7/18/2011 11:46 PM EDT
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Hi Stephanie --- welcome to VBB. 
Do you have a brownie (or cookie) recipe to share? 

Nikki - me too ------ I was very surprised by the CARAMEL CASHEW BROWNIES
recipe.  This is another one I "need" to try.

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 7/19/2011 2:05 AM EDT
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Nancy and Susan,  Thank you for your brownie recipes! I have printed them
and they are on my to try list.

Susan, Looking forward to your brownie recipe on Wed.

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 7/20/2011 7:24 PM EDT
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COCONUT PECAN BLONDIES

1 EGG
3/4 CUP PLUS 2 TBL. PACKED BROWN SUGAR
1/2 CUP BUTTER, MELTED AND COOLED
1-1/2 TSP. VANILLA
3/4 CUP PLUS 2 TBL. ALL-PURPOSE FLOUR
1/2 TSP. BAKING SODA
1/8 TSP. SALT
3/4 CUP COARSELY CHOPPED PECAN, TOASTED
2/3 CUP FLAKED COCONUT
4 SQUARES (1 OUNCE) WHITE BAKING CHOC., COARSELY CHOPPED

1.  IN A MIXING BOWL, BEAT EGG AND BROWN SUGAR FOR 3 MINUTES.  ADD BUTTER AND VANILLA; MIX WELL.  COMBINE FLOUR, BAKING SODA AND SALT; GRADUALLY ADD TO THE BROWN SUGAR MIXTURE, BEATING JUST UNTIL BLENDED.  STIR IN PECANS, COCONUT AND WHITE CHOC.
2.  SPREAD INTO A GREASED 8-IN. SQUARE BAKING PAN.  BAKE AT 325* FRO 30-40 MINUTES OR UNTIL A TOOTHPICK INSERTED NEAR THE CENTER COMES OUT WITH MOIST CRUMBS (DO NOT OVERBAKE).  COOL ON A WIRE RACK.  CUT INTO BARS.
YIELD: 16 BROWNIES

Tomorrow I will post the recipe for Treasured Brownies!

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 7/20/2011 10:28 PM EDT
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Ya' know Susan -- I've never every been interested in a "blonde" brownie .... I want dark chocolate. 
Now you keep introducing these new recipes that are changing my mind.
I sure can't wait to try this one.  Thanks

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 7/21/2011 1:37 AM EDT
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Susan, Thank you for the Coconut Pecan Blondies Brownie recipe!!
I'm going to have a whole folder of brownie recipes.  This recipe
looks really interesting. I have to try this one.

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 7/21/2011 2:23 PM EDT
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Thanks for all the great brownie recipes !

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 7/21/2011 4:39 PM EDT
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Well - I did it ..... I just baked a batch of coconut pecan blondies ....
I follow new recipes very carefully and measure exactly.
I checked these brownies at 30 minutes and the edges looked very done but the center looked a bit "loose"'
so I turned off the oven but left the pan in for 5 more minutes.
They looked properly done but had big, crusty edges and a much paler, smooth center.
As soon as they were cool enough to cut  the center had fallen dramatically and the crusty
edges were still "tall".

Of course I cut myself a slice and .............. ta da ..................

THEY ARE DELICIOUS!!

Thanks again Susan .  This batch goes with me to a bridal shower tomorrow.

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 7/21/2011 7:55 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION:
Well - I did it ..... I just baked a batch of coconut pecan blondies .... I follow new recipes very carefully and measure exactly. I checked these brownies at 30 minutes and the edges looked very done but the center looked a bit "loose"' so I turned off the oven but left the pan in for 5 more minutes. They looked properly done but had big, crusty edges and a much paler, smooth center. As soon as they were cool enough to cut  the center had fallen dramatically and the crusty edges were still "tall". Of course I cut myself a slice and .............. ta da .................. THEY ARE DELICIOUS!! Thanks again Susan .  This batch goes with me to a bridal shower tomorrow.
Posted by Nancy G


Nancy...

Boy am I glad you like them!  I looked at the picture of them in the book and they are pale in color on the top and they look more like a chewy brownie than a cake like brownie!  If that makes any sense to you!

Wait till you see the recipe for the Almond Coconut Brownie...they are layered, reminds you of an Alomond Joy Candy Bar!

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 7/21/2011 8:10 PM EDT
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TREASURED BROWNIES

1 CUP BUTTER, MELTED AND COOLED
3 EGGS
1-1/2 TSP. VANILLA
1 CUP ALL-PURPOSE FLOUR
1 CUP SUGAR
1 CUP PACKED BROWN SUGAR
3/4 CUP BAKING COCOA
1-1/2 TSP. BAKING POWDER
1 CUP CHOPPED NUTS

ICING:

1/2 CUP BUTTER, SOFTENED
1-1/4 CUPS CONFECTIONERS' SUGAR
2/3 CUP BAKING COCOA
2 TBL. MILK
2 TBL. HOT BREWED COFFEE
1 TSP. VANILLA

1.  IN A MIXING BOWL, COMBINE BUTTER, EGGS, AND VANILLA.  COMBINE THE DRY INGREDIENTS; GRADUALLY ADD TO BUTTER MIXTURE.  STIR IN NUTS (DO NOT OVERMIX).
2.  SPREAD INTO A GREASED 13-IN. X 9-IN. X 2-IN. BAKING PAN.  BAKE At 350* for 25-30 MINUTES OR UNTIL A TOOTHPICK INSERTED NEAR THE CENTER COMES OUT CLEAN.  COOL ON A WIRE RACK.
3.  COMBINE ICING INGREDIENTS IN A MIXING BOWL; BEAT UNTIL SMOOTH.  SPREAD OVER COOLED BROWNIES.  CUT INTO BARS. YIELD: 1-1/2 DOZEN.

Check back tomorrow, Almond Coconut Brownies...gee they look scrumptious!!

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 7/21/2011 8:13 PM EDT
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Thanks, susan for the great brownie collection.  I will have a section in my newly organized loose leaf recipe notebook just for brownies.

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 7/21/2011 9:59 PM EDT
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Susan - I cut off the puffy edges of the coconut pecan and the center is light brown, very smooth and very chewy .... there's not a bit of "cake like" in these.  I can't wait to hear the  reaction of the ladies at the shower tomorrow.
Because I removed the edges of this 8x8 batch I decided I needed more treat so I made a new batch of Judy's Krispie Treats.

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 7/23/2011 2:12 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION:
Susan - I cut off the puffy edges of the coconut pecan and the center is light brown, very smooth and very chewy .... there's not a bit of "cake like" in these.  I can't wait to hear the  reaction of the ladies at the shower tomorrow. Because I removed the edges of this 8x8 batch I decided I needed more treat so I made a new batch of Judy's Krispie Treats.
Posted by Nancy G


Nancy, the puffy edges are my favorite part of brownies
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