Triple-Chocolate Brownies

  • LisaGK Posted: 02/08/09
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    I doubled the recipe for a party, and made sure to use high-quality chocolate. These were deliciously rich. I would have liked them to be even fudgier, though it may have been that I should have taken them out of the oven even sooner.

  • ChristinaRH Posted: 02/08/11
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    I used to think there was no point in making brownies from scratch . . .until I found this recipe. These are the most amazing brownies ever! Definitely for chocolate lovers. I made these for the cafe I worked for and they were a favorite!

  • DutchBunnii17 Posted: 12/12/10
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    thes are the BEST brownies I have ever made. have used this recipe over and over, easy and amazing. It usually requires two people, one just to stir ingredients. I didn't have a double broiler, so I boiled an inch of water in a large pan, took off heat, and melted all the ingredients in a smaller pan inside the hot water just like the recipe told me to. There brownies are one of the best things I can make. Definitely reccomend.

  • ashfordmom1 Posted: 08/02/11
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    This is the perfect brownie recipe! Make sure not to overbake them, then store them tightly covered in the fridge and they will be super-fudgy.

  • cookfromsocal Posted: 10/19/11
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    My husband thought these were just right with all the chocolate, I thought it was a little too much but they are still good. Next time will add some nuts. A definite repeat - for my husband.

  • portland Posted: 11/01/11
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    although good, i did not find these brownies special enough to make again. i used all sharfenberger chocolate products so the flavors were deep and rich, but the brownie itself, was lacking in character.

  • CookingMamaM Posted: 09/30/13
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    Although this recipe is now a family favorite, my big caveat is that the baking time is off. Next time, I'll bake at 325° for 35-45 minutes.


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