Everyone has a personal preference when it comes to brownies. Like them fudgey or cakey? Frosted or un-frosted? Lots of nuts or nutless? Full of chocolate chips or topped sprinkled with powdered sugar? Served warm or room temperature? I'm sure you'll find at least one new brownie recipe to try from this list.
This is the perfect brownie for me. It's tall and cakey, and yet, it's still richly moist. They are perfect just as they are. Be sure and not to leave out the nuts. They'll enhance your eating satisfaction.
Mom_of_five writes: "One of the best brownie recipe's I've ever made. This will definitly be a new family favorite. We added 1.5 cups of lindt chocolate to the mix and it was amazing!"
I make this recipe for Boozy Brownies at least once a year for my neighbor's birthday. Oddly enough, she's not a drinker, and yet these are her favorite brownies.
Royal is right. These brownies are covered in a buttercream filling and then iced with a chocolate frosting.
The saying "Everything is bigger in Texas" doesn't exactly fit the size of these brownies. It fits the taste. These are brownies will give you a big charge as they are made with coffee.
These brownies are the cakey-type brownie with a rich frosting.
Want to make you brownies from a mix, but don't want the extra chemicals? Make your own personal mix with this recipes.
Brownie Jar Mix is a step above the regular cookie jar mixes that are given as gifts. This recipe comes complete with the directions that are needed to add to the jar prior to giving.
If you can't eat chocolate, these are the brownies for you.
A very un-brownie brownie recipe. Yes, there's chocolate in this recipe, but there's also coconut too.