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Classic Cake Brownies

    Yesterday came the frosting. Today it’s that brownie lying underneath. Classic brownies are often made with unsweetened chocolate, which typically is melted with the butter. The resulting brownies tend to have moistness and stickiness. This recipe title says both “classic” and “cake.” Here cocoa powder substitutes for the chocolate. The butter is beaten,…

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Killer Brownies from Marc Forgione

  Yesterday I posted a Coffee Nutella Ice Cream to be paired with this Killer Brownie. It’s dense and chocolaty. The crust, you can see from the picture, is thin and fragile. You could not frost these brownies, so ice cream is a sound way to “complete” the dish, although honestly it does not need…

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Fudgy Walnut Brownie Cookies from One Bowl Baking

  Cookies are part of our lives. Almost from the start. You don’t eat cookies, now, at all? Ever? What about when you were teething decades ago? You got a cookie/cracker to gnaw on. There were animal crackers with milk at school. And everybody has at least one Oreo in their life. There just cannot…

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Fudgy Saucepan Brownies

This is different kind of brownie recipe. No mix master, no stack of bowls to clean. It’s all done in a single saucepan. Most importantly this recipe employs much less flour than normal — so the result is a moderately thin and very fudgy brownie. Very fudgy. I do like my cake-like brownies, soft, fluffy,…

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