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I am looking for a great brownie recipe.  Do any of you have a great one?  I'd love to have any or many recipes that you would be happy to share!!!!
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Your Best Brownie Recipe??

posted at 10/24/2013 2:43 PM EDT
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I am looking for a great brownie recipe.  Do any of you have a great one?  I'd love to have any or many recipes that you would be happy to share!!!!

Re: Your Best Brownie Recipe??

posted at 10/24/2013 4:55 PM EDT
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I posted one a while back and it is in my recipe box. Search for or look for Outrageous Brownies.  I have to warn you the recipe as is makes a HUGE pan of brownies. It can be cut in half and made in a 13X9 pan just watch the bake time. 
This is one brownie that you don't want to over bake.
Cut it when it is cold.  I know everyone loves warm brownies but this one is so moist that it needs to be chilled.  They are so moist though that they can be warmed in the microwave and not dry out. 

Re: Your Best Brownie Recipe??

posted at 10/24/2013 8:25 PM EDT
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Barbara, I have made Nikki's recipe and they truly are to-die-for!!

Re: Your Best Brownie Recipe??

posted at 10/25/2013 1:18 PM EDT
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Thanks, Nikki,   I found the recipe and printed it out.  It does look very good.  Now to try it!!! 

Anyone else have a good recipe???

Re: Your Best Brownie Recipe??

posted at 10/25/2013 2:13 PM EDT
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I just put Nikki's brownies in the oven.....I will keep an eye on them, so they don't over bake.

I'm also looking for a recipe for brownies that are frosted, and one that travels well for kids in college.

Re: Your Best Brownie Recipe??

posted at 10/25/2013 4:46 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: Your Best Brownie Recipe??:
I just put Nikki's brownies in the oven.....I will keep an eye on them, so they don't over bake. I'm also looking for a recipe for brownies that are frosted, and one that travels well for kids in college.
Posted by Barbara B

Let me know what you think of the brownies.  After I made these I stopped looking for other recipes. 

Re: Your Best Brownie Recipe??

posted at 10/25/2013 6:34 PM EDT
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You were right Nikki, the brownies are wonderful.  I think it is Ina Garten, who says that coffee powder really adds to chocolate!!  WOW!  In any case frosting is just not needed.  I am only concerned about shipping them cross country to North Carolina to where my grand daughter is going to college.   I know she would love them, and she is a dancer so she doesn't have to worry about calories.  Maybe,  I'll just have to keep them here!  Oh, I did want to add that I used pecans, instead of walnuts, because that is what I had in the freezer.
Thanks, so much for the recipe! 

Re: Your Best Brownie Recipe??

posted at 10/25/2013 7:28 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: Your Best Brownie Recipe??:
You were right Nikki, the brownies are wonderful.  I think it is Ina Garten, who says that coffee powder really adds to chocolate!!  WOW!  In any case frosting is just not needed.  I am only concerned about shipping them cross country to North Carolina to where my grand daughter is going to college.   I know she would love them, and she is a dancer so she doesn't have to worry about calories.  Maybe,  I'll just have to keep them here!  Oh, I did want to add that I used pecans, instead of walnuts, because that is what I had in the freezer. Thanks, so much for the recipe! 
Posted by Barbara B

I think they would ship well.  cut large pieces and wrap well.  I say to cut them large because the less surface area you have exposed the less area there is to dry out.  But I would wrap and ship.  they are so moist that a few days in shipping would not matter.  I freeze them and they are great.  I did drive to visit a friend in Maine and they were just as tasty after 3 days on the road.
I am glad you  liked the recipe and it is a recipe from Ina Garten!  

Re: Your Best Brownie Recipe??

posted at 11/18/2013 10:46 AM EST
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try this:cinnamon hazelnut brownies
3/4 cup butter
1 cup sugar
2 eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla extract 
2 cups 1/2 all purpose fluor
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 cup 1/2 hazelnuts
2 teaspoons of cinnamon

in a medium bowl,cream together butter and sugar(put oven to 180) beat in eggs and vanilla.sift together flour salt and baking powder.mix,stir in the hazelnut,shape dough into 2 equal logs (12 inches long :D ) place logs on baking sheet and flatten out to about 1/2 thickness.bake for about 30 minutes,then remove and cut slices 1/2 inch. bake for 10 minutes.
I love this recipe and I hope that i help youWink

Re: Your Best Brownie Recipe??

posted at 11/18/2013 1:14 PM EST
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try this:cinnamon hazelnut brownies 3/4 cup butter 1 cup sugar 2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla extract  2 cups 1/2 all purpose fluor 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 cup 1/2 hazelnuts 2 teaspoons of cinnamon in a medium bowl,cream together butter and sugar(put oven to 180) beat in eggs and vanilla.sift together flour salt and baking powder.mix,stir in the hazelnut,shape dough into 2 equal logs (12 inches long :D ) place logs on baking sheet and flatten out to about 1/2 thickness.bake for about 30 minutes,then remove and cut slices 1/2 inch. bake for 10 minutes. I love this recipe and I hope that i help you
Posted by giuffrida e

  Wow!!  I love hazelnuts!  I'll be sure to try this one.  Thanks!!

Re: Your Best Brownie Recipe??

posted at 11/18/2013 2:16 PM EST
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There are a lot of really good recipes on this site. I use it every day.

Re: Your Best Brownie Recipe??

posted at 11/20/2013 6:45 PM EST
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In Response to Re: Your Best Brownie Recipe??:
try this:cinnamon hazelnut brownies 3/4 cup butter 1 cup sugar 2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla extract  2 cups 1/2 all purpose fluor 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 cup 1/2 hazelnuts 2 teaspoons of cinnamon in a medium bowl,cream together butter and sugar(put oven to 180) beat in eggs and vanilla.sift together flour salt and baking powder.mix,stir in the hazelnut,shape dough into 2 equal logs (12 inches long :D ) place logs on baking sheet and flatten out to about 1/2 thickness.bake for about 30 minutes,then remove and cut slices 1/2 inch. bake for 10 minutes. I love this recipe and I hope that i help you
Posted by giuffrida e

I also love hazelnuts. (I planted 3 last summer waiting patiently for nuts)
But I would love to know the conversion for the temperature.  

Re: Your Best Brownie Recipe??

posted at 11/22/2013 9:04 AM EST
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In Response to Re: Your Best Brownie Recipe??:
In Response to Re: Your Best Brownie Recipe?? : I also love hazelnuts. (I planted 3 last summer waiting patiently for nuts) But I would love to know the conversion for the temperature.  
Posted by nikki p

sure :) 180 ° celsius are 356 ° fahrenheit

Re: Your Best Brownie Recipe??

posted at 11/22/2013 1:27 PM EST
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In Response to Your Best Brownie Recipe?? : ...... my  all time favorite brownie is  chocolate mint brownies   they are 3 layers.. not only are they super delicious but they make a beautiful presentation on a platter  everyone  oohs &  aahs .. can also make them with  orange extract, orange peel, and orange food coloring  chocolate & orange is  soooooooooo  good  too  either way they are just fantastic 
Posted by Tina K



Tina, those look beautiful and delicious! Would love the recipe.!

Re: Your Best Brownie Recipe??

posted at 11/23/2013 3:01 PM EST
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In Response to Re: Your Best Brownie Recipe?? : Tina, those look beautiful and delicious! Would love the recipe.!
Posted by Barbara B
 
 Hi Barbara I l sent you the recipe but then It said the website was under construction and my entire reply with the recipe disappeared
 so I am going to try again lets see if this goes thru FIRST

Re: Your Best Brownie Recipe??

posted at 11/23/2013 7:18 PM EST
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Thanks, Tina.    It looks wonderful and not very hard to make.  Thank you for adding it to my list!!!

Re: Your Best Brownie Recipe??

posted at 12/16/2013 3:56 PM EST
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