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BAKER'S ONE BOWL Easter Egg Brownies

BAKER'S ONE BOWL Easter Egg Brownies recipe
photo by:kraft
They're dolled up in their Easter finery, but underneath the decorative gels and candies, these are classic BAKER'S ONE BOWL Brownies.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr 20 min
servings
total:
24 servings
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posted:
4/3/2006
These are the best brownies you could ever make!!! I am a teenager, and I made these the night before and packed them in my lunch the next day and shared with my friends! All of my friends were asking how I made them. they loved it!! They are especially delicious hot!:)
posted:
10/25/2005
Very fun and easy... even for very small children to help!
posted:
3/9/2005
Excellent recipe to make with children. My daughter and I had alot almost as much fun making the brownies as my husband and sons had eating them.
posted:
4/8/2004
Brownies were great! 6 groups in a sophomore foods class made them and here are some suggestions: Suggestions: 1. Be careful not to burn the chocolate and the margerine mixture (place in 30 sec. intervals in the microwave and stir briskly in between "zapping" 2. Let chocolate cool slightly before adding the eggs 3. As an extra step, put greasing the tin foil as 6 out of 6 groups forgot to do so. 4. Use metal cookie cutters as they are firm to cut 5. Cool on counter (not fridge) for easier cutting 6. Tasted and looked great!!!
posted:
4/7/2004
My kids and i will make this recipe for easter my family loves brownies.
posted:
4/4/2004
I plan on making these brownies with my granddaughter! She likes to bake and try new ideas. Thanks
posted:
4/3/2004
I do plan to make them for Easter and bring to a family event. Looks simple enough!
posted:
3/3/2002
I thought it was great and the kids also enjoyed making it.
posted:
3/2/2002
It was fun for for the kids!They had an eggselent time! We found many different ways to make them. One was frosting them, this just added alittle more color & a lot more fun!! We didn't like the nut idea though,we thought it would be to hard to use the cutter through a nut. We even made sandwitch type eggs. Well we had to have filled eggs,right? haha THE TEXAS THREE SAYS ,''THANKS KRAFT''.......GREAT IDEA
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