The deep, rich, dark chocolate brownie is accented with white vanilla chips in this recipe -- a tempting taste combination.
by b. barb
, florida on Aug. 2010
I must say I will never prepare this recipe again. I did not care for the consistency of the "brownies" even though I followed the measurements carefully. It was like super-buttery cake with the chips all on the bottom. Most Nestle recipes are awesome. This one is not.
by T. Tracy
, on Sep. 2009
I love this recipe - very easy to make! I added in some chopped walnuts and even some semi-sweet chips to kick it up a notch. It was delicious!
White chip brownies
by C. Claudine
, Falls Church, VA on Jul. 2009
I really liked this recipe as did my husband. I added the drizzle as instructed then put in refrigerator but when I tried to cut them later all of the drizzle fell off. That was fine though as we loved them anyway as they were not too sweet then!
Yummy White Chip Brownies
by p. patricia
, LUFKIN, TX on Jun. 2008
These was so easy to make and sooo very good taste.Imake this for my family and they just love it.They said that it was perfect and it better with white chip in it than all chocolate.I definatey will make this again and again.
try the white morsels w/ brownie mix
by T. TERESA
, COLLIERVILLE, TN on May. 2008
for those of you who thought this was average, why not use the white chips with your favorite Brownie mix instead of making from scratch. The white chips are a WONDERFUL change.
by C. Camilla
, Farmington, MN on Mar. 2008
I love these brownies. My husband loves them, I'm making them again for my neighbor. They are so rich and not cakey like other homemade brownies. I also mixed some semi-sweet chips in too!
Not a five star brownie
by L. LISA
, TURNERSVILLE, NJ on Jan. 2008
Ok, so I was surprised to read the reviews that said this was the best brownie some have ever had. Mine came out perfectly fine, but I think I prefer more of a fudgy brownie. These are a very cakelike brownie and certainly NOT the best I have ever had. Like someone else said, they were average, and I am an avid baker. I love trying new recipes, and I value reviews! I just don't think I would add these brownies to my "keeper" file. I do like the white chips inside..nice touch instead of all chocolate.
A KISS OF STRAWBERRY
by k. kathleen
, CORPUS CHRISTI, TX on Mar. 2007
I DECIDED TO ADD A LITTLE VARIATION TO A GOOD RECIPE. ADD SLICE STRAWBERRIES ON TOP OF THE BROWNIES THEN DRIZZLE MELTED WHITE CHOCOLATE.
A good alternative recipe
by H. Heather
, on Feb. 2007
These worked out well for me, no denting in the middle, decently chewy at the recommended time and temp. It's hard to do new things with brownies, so these are a nice change of pace, quite tasty.
White Chip Brownies
by S. Sunnie
, Westminster, CO on Dec. 2006
These brownies are so good. And pretty easy to make. But they are especially tasty, the white chips make it richer. One of my favorite's now!
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