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Triple-Chocolate Brownies

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If chocolate brownies are good, then Triple Chocolate Brownies must be…well, math isn't our thing. But trust us, these are very, very, very good!
15 min
1 hr 35 min
24 servings

What You Need

oz.  BAKER'S Semi-Sweet Chocolate, divided
pkg.  (4 oz.) BAKER'S Unsweetened Chocolate
cup  plus 2 Tbsp. butter, divided
cups  plus 2 Tbsp. granulated sugar, divided
cup  packed brown sugar
tsp.  vanilla
cup  flour
cup  chopped PLANTERS Walnuts
Tbsp.  water

Make It

HEAT oven to 350ºF.

CHOP 4 oz. semi-sweet chocolate; set aside. Microwave unsweetened chocolate and 3/4 cup butter in large microwaveable bowl on HIGH 2 min. or until butter is melted; stir until chocolate is completely melted. Add 1-1/2 cups granulated sugar and brown sugar; mix well. Blend in eggs and vanilla. Stir in flour, then nuts and chopped semi-sweet chocolate. Spread onto bottom of bottom of 13x9-inch pan sprayed with cooking spray.

BAKE 30 to 35 min. or until toothpick inserted in center comes out with fudgy crumbs. (Do not overbake.) Cool completely.

MEANWHILE, microwave remaining semi-sweet chocolate, remaining granulated sugar and water in small microwaveable bowl 1-1/2 min. or until chocolate is almost melted. Add remaining butter; stir until melted. Cool until slightly thickened.

STIR glaze; spread over brownies. Let stand until glaze is firm.

Kraft Kitchens Tips

Dessert can be a part of a balanced diet, but remember to keep tabs on portions.
How to Safely Add Eggs to a Recipe
When adding eggs to a recipe, break them, one at a time, into a small bowl before adding to the other ingredients. This is not only an easy way to add eggs gradually but also lets you check the egg's quality first and remove any pieces of shell.
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