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Old 03-15-2006, 09:44 PM   #11
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I will test both recipes, but I only see recipe #1 - am i blind?
The 2nd recipe is here.

Alix- I made this recipe (#1) this afternoon. I made it the way you did, with cocoa and sugar instead of chocolate. Anyway, I brought them over to my Mom's house and shared them with her choir group that was over. They did not last long! I even had a few people ask for the recipe. I quite liked them too as they were very moist and chewy with a dense texture that I like when I eat a brownie. I will make recipe #2 in the next day or so and let you know which I like better.
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Old 03-16-2006, 06:31 PM   #12
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Alix,
made recipe #1 today
delicious, easy, in fact if I get everything measured Cade will have a ball making these with me..Wonderful recipe for kids to help with and oh what a taste treat.
Thanks, will try out #2 for this weekend and let you know.
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Ooh Alix! These sound yummy. I know I've made your brownie recipe before but this one calls for 4 eggs. Are the extra eggs what makes them chewy? I will have to try these soon.
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Old 03-18-2006, 05:23 PM   #14
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I have recipe #1 in the oven. They smell wonderful!
I didn't have enough cocoa so I had to use the chocolate chips ( and only had milk chocolate).

I guess I should say I tried to make recipe #1.

I liked using the white and brown sugar. The batter had a caramel kind of taste. YUMMY!
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Old 03-20-2006, 02:03 PM   #15
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Yummmy!!!! The neighbors even called and asked for the recipe! Thanks Alix!!!

The bottom seems a little hard though.. could it have been the dark glass pan I was using? Did you grease your pan or just pour the batter in?
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Old 03-20-2006, 02:46 PM   #16
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Yummmy!!!! The neighbors even called and asked for the recipe! Thanks Alix!!!

The bottom seems a little hard though.. could it have been the dark glass pan I was using? Did you grease your pan or just pour the batter in?
I dont know about Alix, but when I made these I used a metal non-stick brownie/cake pan. I lightly spritzed some cooking oil on the bottom of the pan and didnt have the problem you mentioned.
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thanks grumblebee... I'll use another pan next time and see if that helps.
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Non stick metal pan here too. Never thought about that pdswife, wonder if the cooking temp is different for glass?
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i think with glass you're supposed to decrease the temp by 25 degrees.
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opps... didn't do that. Next time.
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