Chocolate Turtle Brownies are a perfect brownie treat with caramel and walnuts. You'll love using this recipe for family treats or casual entertaining.
by p. pati
, clinton twp, MI on Mar. 2010
I've made this about a million times! I melt chocolate in the mircowave, so it is only 1 bowl to clean. I do some luncheons and it is usually one of the desserts that I include.
Chocolate Turtle Brownies
by J. Joanne
, Woodhaven, MI on Mar. 2010
Perfect for my sweet tooth!!! I did subsitute pecans for the walnuts on the 2nd batch. AWESOME!!
by A. Ann
, on Feb. 2010
I have various versions of these, and this exact recipe, but I can never get the caramel quite right!
by M. Megan
, MIDLOTHIAN, IL on Nov. 2007
Everytime i've made these they were gone instantly and everyone said they were definately the best brownies they had ever had!
by R. Ruth
, LOUISVILLE, KY on Nov. 2007
Like another reviewer, I substituted pecans for the walnuts to give them more of a "turtle candy" taste. Although the aroma was good when they came out of the oven, by the next afternoon the chocolate *really* sang. I'll definitely make them again, but I'll plan to bake them a day ahead. The batch was just enough for 4 college kids. :)
by C. CAROLYN
, MADISON HEIGHTS, MI on Jul. 2007
These brownies are not only yummy, they are easy to make in a short time. They are best warm, whether not quite cooled totally or microwaved for 10-15 seconds. I make them using 2-8" square pans for 20-22 minutes to make sure the middle cooks through. Hope you enjoy them as much as my family & co-workers did!
Best Brownies EVER
by R. Rachelle
, Parker, CO on Mar. 2007
I make these brownies all the time and everyone loves them. They are so easy to make and they taste great. I'll never make brownies from a box again!
by K. Krystel
, CHICAGO, IL on May. 2006
This is a awesome recipe. Everyone in my family enjoyed this dessert. If you love brownies you will love this recipe.
by K. Kathy
, WILLIAMSPORT, PA on Mar. 2006
I made these brownies for my niece and her family. These were excellent. They did not last long. I will have to make a double or triple batch next time. My great nephews already requested them for their goody box when they go off to college. Thanks for the great recipe.
by T. Tricia
, Fairbury, IL on Dec. 2005
These brownies were excellent! I used pecans instead of walnuts though! I originally made a batch for one of my son's friends as a thank-you for being a "taxi" everyday, and had to make more for my family!
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