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BAKER'S ONE BOWL Brownies recipe
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This BAKER'S ONE BOWL Brownies recipe is the one that gets handed down through the generations. You'll know why after one bite.
15 min
50 min
24 servings
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This is the easiest, most delicious brownie recipe I have ever used. Lost my original copy but was able to look up. So glad it was there. I have used it forever. Yumo.
I have been making these brownies for 20+ years. They always turn out. I have made them with mint chocolate chips also. I love nuts, so I put in up to 1 1/2 cups of chopped walnuts. I have never lined the pan with foil--just use a 13 x 9" pan and grease it. Sometimes I will make the batter, put half of it in pan on one side and then stir in 1/2 cup of nuts in remaining batter and spread in other 1/2 of pan. You can not screw these up!
I've used many many brownie recipes and I always return to this one. It's so easy to taste so great. Sometimes I use a smaller pan for thicker brownies. I just have to remember to keep the Baker's Chocolate on hand.
Best brownies EVER! I did not use nuts and did use a smaller pan (11x9) and they came out the perfect thickness and fudginess. No more mixes for me :-) Definitely a keeper!
No more box mix brownies. Hooray! This is a very forgiving recipe. For someone who always insists on scratch baking, I am addicted to box mix brownies. Every time I've made brownies from scratch they're too cake-y and dry. Last night I had a brownies craving and made these even tho I only had 2 extra large eggs. I cut back the sugar to 1 1/2 cups (something I usually do when baking) and reduced the flour to 3/4 cup. I baked them in an 8x8 pan for 55 min. These were slightly cakier than I like but it was expected due to lacking the 3rd egg. Everyone has a different opinion on the perfect brownie, but this recipe has what it takes for me: crispy, chewy edges and fudgy but firm middle. And ya gotta go with pecans. Looking forward to trying this as written in the future.
I baked these in my 9x9 Slice Solutions brownie pan for 40 minutes, and they came out perfect. Next time I'm going to try the fudgy variation and use 4 eggs, because they weren't as moist the next day. I should have kept them in an air tight container, I think. But they were "OMG GOOD". So much better than a mix, and so easy.
Good. A little sweet. I would use a little less sugar.
As some other reviewers did, I omitted the nuts. I realize that reduces the volume of the recipe; but STILL, a 9"x13" pan is way too big for this recipe. I had difficulty smoothing the batter to the edges of the foil-lined pan, and so the brownies were thin and the edges were hard and overbaked, even though I baked the recipe for only 30 minutes. Otherwise, they were fudgy and my husband loved them. I will definitely make them again, but will use an 8x8" or 9x9" pan.
I'm SO glad I came across this recipe! Super easy to make, quick clean up, and the foil in the pan was definitely a brilliant idea. The brownies were soft, rich, gooey, and very chocolatey. They were an absolute hit with my family (even my dad, who isn't much of a chocolate fan, had several!)The only way I strayed from this wonderful recipe was by adding a simple peanut butter drizzle to the brownies when they cooled. They came out fabulously. I can't wait to make them again. **The drizzle, incase anyone wants it, was just 2tbs powdered sugar mixed in with 1/4 c. melted peanut butter.
Love this recipe, anytime any other desert calls for brownies in it I make these brownies.
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