The Best Chocolate Brownies


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Brownies and now it’s the holiday again! I don’t think about you. However, I cannot consider the special seasons without all those who are preparing for the smell that runs through the house. Here and there, I love making brownies to provide for loved ones, and they are still up to their eyebrows in practice. Also, the chocolates are really convenient. You can make the basics you can send to a lucky beneficiary, or expand the boundaries and offer a delicious, delicious treat at home.

When heating browning, it is important to reduce them somewhat. Wheat classifications have the best surface when lightly pressed. You will think they do when the edges start pulling away from the sides of the skeleton. If you make a cake, make sure you have tips that will not have any significant effect on the brownies. For example, there should be no waterfall touching the highest point of your lads and come out with scraps that follow the toothpick – not flawless for the cake.

Cocoa vs Chocolate Brownies

The initial two plans are useful for mailing if expressed in a few days. At that time in aluminum foil, the two layers of adhesive wrap were unusually brown. If you press them with layers of tin, pad air pocket wrap. For all the more stress and data and tips shipping, you can check out my exclusive distribution article from a year ago.

These are my favorite brownies. Because you are using cocoa, you do not have to deal with all the problems of unstable chocolate, other than being fast and simple. (I would suggest anything for the cocoa flavor).

Cocoa Chocolate- Brownies

1/2 cup spread (1 stick)

1 cup of sugar

Two large eggs

One teaspoon of vanilla is concentrated

1/2 cup uncooked flour

1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa

Prepare 1/4 teaspoon of powder

1 cup coarse walnuts or pecans (discreetly)

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Grease a 9×9 inch metal heating dish.

In a 3-quarter pot, spread gently over low heat. Banish the pot from the heat. Mix in the eggs, alternating everything and until vanilla.

In a medium bowl, combine the flour, cocoa, heating powder, and salt. Pour into the pan until the flour mixture is combined. Mix in the nuts whenever you want. Spread the player evenly in the spread skillet.

 Cool completely in a dish on a wire rack. When cool, cut the point into four strips, then cut each strip into four pieces.

Since you have not had street brownies since you were a child, what is your favorite time of the special seasons to design a cluster? Children and grandchildren also admire them.

The Best Chocolate Brownies
The Best Chocolate Brownies

Rough Road Brownie

1-1 / 4 cup uncooked flour

1/2 teaspoon ready powder

1/2 teaspoon salt

3/4 cup salt-free spread (1/2 stick)

6 ounces unsweetened chocolate

2 cups of sugar

Two teaspoons vanilla concentrated

Five large eggs, beaten smoothly

2 cups smaller than regular marshmallows

Arrange 1-1 / 2 cups seeds (choose your top pick), roasted and roughly chopped

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. 9×13 inch metal heating pan oil.

The Best Chocolate Brownies
The Best Chocolate Brownies

On wax paper, combine flour, heating powder and salt. In a 3-quart pan, heat the margarine and chocolate until they are melted over medium-low heat. Banish the pot from the heat. Mix in the sugar and vanilla. Add the eggs and mix until very mixed. Add to the chocolate mixture until combined – then spread the hitter in the skillet.

Prepare for 20 minutes or until the embedded toothpick tells the truth from two crawl edges. Brush top with marshmallow and sprinkle top with nuts. Prepare the marshmallows lightly for 5 minutes or longer. Cool in skillet on wire rack. When cooled, cut the brownie into four strips, then cut each strip into six pieces.

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