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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 8/11/2011 8:03 AM EDT
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Hi Susan thanks for another great recipe.I never knew there were so many different brownies! But I'm sure glad there are!

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 8/11/2011 7:56 PM EDT
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I ran across a couple really neat recipes today as my King Arthur Baking Sheet came in the mail.  I'll have to post a couple tomorrow.  it is too late tonight.
Posted by JUDY O


Judy, I am a fan of the King Arthur Flour recipes as well.  I don't get the baking sheet but I drool on my computer at least twice a week looking at the emails they send me.

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 8/11/2011 9:50 PM EDT
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I know this is the brownie collection place, but I'm going to post a cookie recipe from the King Arthur Baking sheet.  I haven't made it yet but it sounds really good.  Chocolate, of course, and it has oatmeal in it for the healthy factor.

Double Chocolate Treasures
 
2      cups semi-sweet chocolate chips, divided
1/2  cup unsalted butter
3/4  cup sugar
2      large eggs
1 t.   vanilla extract
2     cups old-fashioned rolled oats
1 1/2  cups flour
2 t.     baking powder
1/2 t.  salt

For coating
1/2 cup powdered sugar

Preheat oven to 350º.  Have on hand 2 baking sheets lined with parchment.
In a heavy saucepan, or in a bowl in the microwave, melt 1 cup of the
chocolate chips.  Stir until smooth.

In a large mixing bowl, cream the butter and sugar until light and fluffy.
Blend in the eggs, vanilla and melted chocolate.  Add the combined
dry ingredients, mix, scrape the bowl, then stir in the remaining
chocolate chips.  Shape the dough into 1" balls and roll in powdered sugar,
coating heavily.  Place on the prepared baking sheets with 2 inches
between them and bake for 10 to 12 minutes.  Remove from the oven
cool for 2 minutes on the pan, then transfer to a rack to cool
completely.  Makes about 5 dozen.

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 8/11/2011 9:54 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION : Judy, I am a fan of the King Arthur Flour recipes as well.  I don't get the baking sheet but I drool on my computer at least twice a week looking at the emails they send me.
Posted by nikki p


I sort of accidently subscribed to the baking sheet.  I had sent for the free introductory issue last fall.  I waited a long time and didn't get it so i called them.  She said she'd send it.  I got one the next day and a few days later another one just like it.  I felt a little guilty about getting 2, so i gave one to a friend and plunked down the money for the year subscription. My husband looked through this one and said every recipe is something he'd like.

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 8/14/2011 11:16 AM EDT
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COFFEE 'N' CREAM BROWNIES

1/2 CUP BUTTER, CUBED
3 OUNCES UNSWEETENED CHOC., CHOPPED
2 EGGS
1 CUP SUGAR
1 TSP. VANILLA
2/3 CUP ALL-PURPOSE FLOUR
1/4 TSP. BAKING SODA

FILLING:

1 TBSP. HEAVY WHIPPING CREAM
1 TSP. INSTANT COFFEE GRANULES
2 TBSP. BUTTER, SOFTENED
1 CUP CONFECTIONERS' SUGAR


GLAZE:

1 CUP (6 OUNCES) SEMISWEET CHOC. CHIPS
1/3 CUP HEAVY WHIPPING CREAM

1.  IN A MICROWAVE, MELT BUTTER AND CHOC.; STIR UNTIL SMOOTH.  COOL SLIGHTLY.  IN A SMALL BOWL, BEAT THE EGGS, SUGAR AND VANILLA; STIR IN THE CHOC. MIXTURE.  COMBINE FLOUR AND BAKING SODA; GRADUALLY ADD TO  CHOC. MIXTURE.

2.  SPREAD INTO A GREASED 8-IN. SQUARE BAKING PAN.  BAKE AT 350* FOR 25-30 MINUTES OR UNTIL A TOOTHPICK INSERTED NEAR THE CENTER COMES OUT CLEAN (DO NOT OVERBAKE).  COOL ON A WIRE RACK.

3.  FOR FILLING, COMBINE CREAM AND COFFEE GRANULES IN A SMALL BOWL; STIR UNTIL COFFEE IS DISSOLVED.  IN A SMALL BOWL, CREAM BUTTER AND CONFECTIONERS' SUGAR UNTIL LIGHT AND FLUFFY.  BEAT IN COFFEE MIXTURE; SPREAD OVER BROWNIES.

4.  IN A SMALL SAUCEPAN, COMBINE CHIPS AND CREAM.  COOK AND STIR OVER LOW HEAT UNTIL CHOC. IS MELTED AND MIXTURE IS THICKENED.  COOL SLIGHTLY.  CAREFULLY SPREAD OVER FILLING.  LET STAND FOR 30 MINUTES OR UNTIL GLAZE IS SET.  CUT INTO SQUARES.  STORE IN THE REFRIGERATOR.  YIELD:  16 SERVINGS

The next recipe is Almond Truffle Brownies.  After this recipe, 2 ,more...then you got them all!!

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 8/15/2011 2:31 AM EDT
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Judy and Susan, Thank you for some great recipes. Will be trying these.

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 8/15/2011 7:38 AM EDT
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Thanks for two more recipes for brownies.

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 8/15/2011 8:01 AM EDT
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I can't keep up with all these great recipes!  I can't have brownies every day... as much as I would like to!  LOL

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 8/15/2011 9:04 AM EDT
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Almond Truffle.......
Almond Truffle!!!!!
                                   I'm waiting........
and waiting.........
                               still waiting..................
                                                                     still here waiting.............................
oh, ok I'll be patient..............................


                                                   well.............................Innocent

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 8/15/2011 2:20 PM EDT
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Here you go Nikki...just for you!

ALMOND TRUFFLE BROWNIES

1 PKG. FUDGE BROWNIE MIX (13-INCH X 9-INCH PAN SIZE)
1/2 CUP WATER
1/2 CUP CANOLA OIL
1 EGG
3/4 CUP CHOPPED ALMONDS
1 TSP. ALMOND EXTRACT

FILLING:

1 CUP (6 OUNCES) SEMISWEET CHOC. CHIPS
1 PKG. (8 OUNCES) CREAM CHEESE, SOFTENED
1/4 CUP CONFECTIONERS' SUGAR
2 TBSP. MILK
1/2 TSP. ALMOND EXTRACT

TOPPING:

1/2 CUP SEMISWEET CHOC. CHIPS
1/4 CUP HEAVY WHIPPING CREAM
1/2 CUP SLICED ALMONDS, TOASTED

1.  IN A LARGE BOWL, COMBINE THE FIRST 6 INGREDIENTS.  POUR INTO A GREASED 13-IN. X 9-IN. BAKING PAN.  BAKE AT 350* FOR 23-25 MINUTES OR UNTIL A TOOTHPICK INSERTED NEAR THE CENTER COMES OUT CLEAN (DO NOT OVERBAKE).  COOL ON A WIRE RACK.

2.  IN A MICROWAVE, MELT CHOC. CHIPS; STIR UNTIL SMOOTH.  IN A LARGE BOWL, BEAT CREAM CHEESE AND CONFECTIONERS' SUGAR UNTIL SMOOTH.  BEAT IN THE MILK, EXTRACT AND MELTED CHIPS.  SPREAD OVER BROWNIES.  REFRIGERATE FOR 1 HOUR OR UNTIL FIRM.

3.  FOR TOPPING, IN A SMALL SAUCEPAN, MELT CHIPS AND CREAM OVER LOW HEAT; STIRRING OCCASIONALLY.  SPREAD OVER FILLING,  SPRINKLE WITH ALMONDS.  REFRIGERATE AT LEAST 1 HOUR BEFORE CUTTING.  YIELD: 1-1/2 DOZ.

Tomorrow recipe is Creamy Cashew Brownies! 



Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 8/15/2011 4:35 PM EDT
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Looking forward to trying some of these! Thanks for sharing!!

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 8/15/2011 9:45 PM EDT
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Susan, thank you for posting this.  Although I have been a self avowed Chocoholic for years "I have discovered" that there are other flavors that are just as good and many play very well with chocolate. Wink Almond is one of my favorite ingredients to include with or without chocolate..

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 8/15/2011 9:48 PM EDT
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Wow, talk about dressing up brownies.  These look really fancy

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 8/15/2011 11:01 PM EDT
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OK, Here is my favorite brownie recipe.  I have been using it for years, and everytime I make it I get raves and the brownies disappear very quickly.                                                                  TURTLE BROWNIES 1 bag Kraft Caramels (14 oz) 2/3 cup Evaporated milk. divided 1 package German Chocolate Cake Mix (18 oz) 3/4 cup softened butter or margarine 1 cup chopped walnuts 1 (12 oz) package Semi sweet chocolate chips Combine caramels (unwrapped) and 1/3 cup evaporated milk in top of double boiler over hot boiling water, or in a heavy saucepan.  Stir until melted Combine cake mix, 1/3 cup evaporated milk and butter  or margarine.  Cut in like pie crust until dough holds together. Press 1/2 of dough into a greased 9x13" pan and bake 6 minutes at 350 degrees. Sprinkle with nuts and chocolate chips Pour caramel mixture over and spread evenly.  Crumble remaining dough evenly over top. Bake at 350 degrees for 18 min.    Cool completely, and cut into squares.
Posted by Barbara B


Barbara - I make these ALL the time and have never had anyone not enjoy them! I got the recipe from an elderly aunt who lived in Dallas.

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 8/16/2011 2:22 AM EDT
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Susan,  I love your new avatar!!! Thank you for another great recipe.  I just
got some almonds that were on sale for $3.99 a lb. at Sprouts.  I love their
bulk bins. I can't believe the price on walnuts and pecans. They are so
expensive now.

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 8/16/2011 10:17 AM EDT
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CREAMY CASHEW BROWNIES

1 PKG. FUDGE BROWNIE MIX (13-INCH X 9-INCH PAN SIZE)
1/3 CUP WATER
1/4 CUP CANOLA OIL
1 EGG
1 CUP (6 OUNCES) SEMISWEET CHOC. CHIPS

TOPPING:

2 PKG. (8 OUNCES EACH) CREAM CHEESE, SOFTENED
1-1/2 CUPS CONFECTIONERS' SUGAR
1 TSP. VANILLA
1 CUP SALTED CASHEWS, COARSELY CHOPPED
1/2 CUP HOT FUDGE ICE CREAM TOPPING, WARMED

1.  IN A LARGE BOWL, COMBINE THE BROWNIE MIX, WATER, OIL AND EGG.  STIR IN CHIPS.  SPREAD INTO A GREASED 13-IN. X 9-IN. BAKING PAN.

2.  BAKE AT 350* FOR 25-27 MINUTES OR UNTIL A TOOTHPICK INSERTED NEAR THE CENTER COMES OUT CLEAN (DO NOT OVERBAKE).  COOL ON A WIRE RACK.

3.  FOR TOPPING, IN A LARGE BOWL, BEAT THE CREAM CHEESE, CONFECTIONERS' SUGAR AND VANILLA UNTIL SMOOTH.  SPREAD OVER BROWNIES.  SPRINKLE WITH CASHEWS; DRIZZLE WITH HOT FUDGE TOPPING.  REFRIGERATE BEFORE CUTTING.  STORE IN THE REFRIGERATOR.  YIELD: 2 DOZEN

Okay Ladies...this was fun but the end of the brownie recipes comes to an end.  I hope you all enjoy the collection that I posted.  From my kitchen to yours! Sue

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 8/16/2011 12:02 PM EDT
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Susan, thanks so much for all your brownie recipes.  I've only tried one so far, but summer isn't really my baking time.  In winter i usually bake twice a week.  I have all the brownie recipes in a file in my computer.  I figured if I printed them off now, I'd probably lose them
before winter.

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 8/16/2011 2:34 PM EDT
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Yes, thank you so much Susan for starting this recipe bonanza! I have posted this comment elsewhere on this site, but my Navy son is now deployed for a second time, so I'll be baking lots and sending to him and his squadron on the aircraft carrier in the Arabian Sea. Can't wait to have new recipes to try and share with them!!!

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 8/16/2011 5:55 PM EDT
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Thank you Susan!!
Such a wonderful woman you are!
Thanks for all those scrumptious recipes!
-Retaj Smile

Re: BROWNIE RECIPE COLLECTION

posted at 8/25/2011 10:57 AM EDT
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Since Susan has run out of brownie recipes, I thought I'd post this one I found.  It sounds yummy.


Peanut Butter Truffle Brownies
Brownies:
1 cup butter
2 cups sugar
3 eggs
3 teaspoons vanilla
2/3 cup cocoa powder
1 cup flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoons baking powder

Peanut Butter Filling:
1/2 cup butter, softened
1/2 cup peanut butter
2 cups powdered sugar
1-3 teaspoons milk

Ganache Topping:
1/4 cup peanut butter
2 cups chocolate chips
1/4 cup butter
2 tablespoons heavy whipping cream

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
Butter the bottom and sides of a 9x13 inch baking dish.
Put a long piece of parchment paper in the bottom of the pan, and allow it to extend up the two sides.
Butter the parchment paper as well.
In a medium saucepan over medium heat, melt the butter.
Remove from the heat and add the sugar, stir to combine.
Beat in eggs and vanilla until combined.
Mix in cocoa, baking powder and salt. 
Add flour and stir until just combined and there aren't any streaks of dry ingredients.
Pour into prepared pan and spread evenly.
Bake for around 25 minutes, and let cool completely.
While the brownies are cooling, make the peanut butter filling.
In a bowl with a mixer combine the ingredients and beat until smooth.
Add more milk if necessary to be spreadable.
Spread in an even layer over the brownies.
Place in the fridge until filling is set, around 30 minutes.
While the filling is setting make the ganache.
Combine the ingredients in a double broiler or in a microwave safe bowl.
Melt together and combine.
Pour the ganache over the top of the peanut butter filling and spread gently.
Return to the fridge for another 20 minutes, until set.
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