Topped with streusel, peppermint, chocolate or just a sprinkle of powdered sugar, these brownies are ultimate showstoppers
when it comes to both looks and taste.
No matter the brownie recipe, they all have one thing in common: chocolate. So find the secret ingredient you love most (caramel,
marshmallows, peanut butter, maybe mocha?) and bake a batch during the holidays.
Need a light way to indulge your chocolate cravings? These scrumptious brownies have just 5 grams of fat. A splash of Baileys
Irish Cream complements the intense chocolate flavor, but feel free to substitute other flavored liqueurs such as coffee,
raspberry, or almond.
Studded with big chunks of chocolate, these brownies could just be the fudgiest on the planet. Keep a stash in the freezer
for when chocolate cravings strike, or make a rich dessert by topping warm brownies with a scoop of vanilla, coffee, or caramel
Made-from-scratch brownies, cookie dough, and gooey caramel are layered to make what's sure to be a hit at your holiday cookie
exchange. If you're short on time, substitute store-bought cookie dough and brownie mix to make the process quick and easy.
Streusel toppings may be more common on pies and coffeecake, but they taste uncommonly good on top of chewy chocolate brownies,
particularly when the streusel is a mix of Mexican chocolate, cinnamon, and brown sugar.
The brownie version of chocolate-covered cherries, these cakey gems are a snap to make. Keep a jar of cherry preserves and
a bag of chocolate chips in the pantry and bake up a batch in just 25 minutes.
Let the kids help with this one! Made with crushed peanut butter sandwich cookies, chocolate peanut butter cups, crushed peanut
butter candy bars, chocolate chips, coconut, and condensed milk, it's the quintessential brownie for those who love a splash
of chocolate with their peanut butter.
Instant coffee granules combine with chocolate for a rich mocha-flavored brownie that's sprinkled with crunchy toffee chips.
If you have any leftovers (highly unlikely, but possible), wrap them in foil and pop them in the freezer. They'll keep for
up to four months.