Kitchen Sink Brownies
JoshyStevenson Posted: 02/25/10
SmileOn11 Posted: 05/29/11
They are amazing and easy! My friend cooked them for a picnic, and everyone complemented her brownies! TRY THEM!
KianaAJ Posted: 08/20/11
I took these to work, and everyone loved them. I had multiple requests for the recipe. Know that these are extremely heavy, and you definitely want to allow the cooling period or else they will split when you try to take them out of the pan. I'll definitely make again!
VickiStein Posted: 05/26/12
These brownies are fabulous, but you really don't need the Oreo cookies or the chocolate bars with almond. You do need the French roast coffee and the cocoa, though, and make it an excellent cocoa (Lindt or Verona). And I would suggest that you toast your pecans--don't buy them toasted. Flavor is fabulous. Wonderful brownie recipe.
Smoorelax1 Posted: 07/21/12
Awesome recipe! Making it for the 3rd time in about 3 weeks. Gets lots of rave reviews. Kept most things the same but skipped white chocolate and candy and still is great.
SonstengJ Posted: 01/09/14
Amazing recipe!!! I made these for work and they were a HUGE hit! I was a little worried when I took them out of the refrigerator after letting them chill overnight. They were VERY hard (I had to use a serrated bread knife to saw through them at first), but as they warmed up they got softer and I realized that there was no way I would've been able to cut them so nice if they hadn't been cold. I would definitely recommend cutting them into small pieces though, as they are very rich and overwhelming if you try to eat too much in one go. While it is kind of a hassle looking for all the ingredients, this recipe is totally worth it!