Best brownie recipe you can make, and I agree they are better the next day.
It needs to be noted that these brownies are better the next day. The day I made them, they were ok but not great. The next day, fabulous! So good. I think next time I make them, I might tweak them a little, with a touch more flour (maybe 1/2c instead of 1/3) and maybe sugar (I like things sweet). But very good, very fudgy.
These were really good! The only issue is that they fell apart when I tried to cut them (after letting them cool to room temperature). Next time I'll try chilling them in the fridge so they harden and hopefully stay together better.
I had the "special dark" cocoa on hand, and it was too much. The brownie came out almost black. next time I'll use regular cocoa and cut the sugar just a hair. Very chewy and moist, though. It took the whole 30 minutes to bake (I'm at 1 mile high in altitude). Be careful when removing the foil from the pan, because I held the opposite corners and it broke in half.
yup, the perfect chewy brownie!
I had to cook mine 5 mins longer than suggested for some reason.
Delicious-- a soft, chocolatey, moist brownie-- the perfect foil for nuts!
I substituted 1 cup milk or bittersweet chocolate chips for the nuts as my family doesn't like nuts. The BEST brownie recipe I've ever made. Always gets rave reviews.
Very tasty and moist! And I really like how I usually have the ingredients on hand. Also, I folded in a handful of chocolate chips after I added the flour.
The search for the perfect brownie recipe is over. This is it. Absolute perfection.