BWJ Best-Ever Brownies

I hardly ever bake brownies. Not because I don’t like them, quite the opposite. It’s really hard not to eat the entire pan by myself! I could have eaten all of these myself, but to save myself I took them to share with my Sunday afternoon knitting friends. This recipe was the assignment for Tuesdays with Dorie this week. I baked them about 30 minutes, just slightly longer than the recommended time and they are just right.  Just the perfect blend of fudgey and cakey.  The recipe says to use a ceramic or glass pan, so I used my 9 3/4 inch square corning ware glass pan.  They are excellent, and I must say almost as good as my favorite — Maida Heatter’s, All-American Brownies from her cookie book.   If you would like to try this recipe it’s in Baking with Julia on page 331 or check out Monica’s blog,  A Beautiful Mess, for the complete recipe.  If you want to read about everyone’s experience with this recipe you’ll find all the links to their blogs at Tuesdays with Dorie.

I must say, it was great to have a splash of chocolate in this season of pumpkin, apples, and spice.  Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

About Created by Carlene

I am retired and live in Southern California with my husband, two black cats, Sadie and Samantha, and Thor the Standard Poodle mix.
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5 Responses to BWJ Best-Ever Brownies

  1. I couldn’t agree more with your last sentence! Love me some pumpkin and spice, but chocolate is always nice! 🙂

  2. i’ve been looking for a brownie recipe for forever!! i’ll have to try this. thank u!

  3. teaandscones says:

    These were soooo good. I love a good fudgy brownie. Had to freeze some so i wouldn’t eat ALL of them.

  4. Cathleen says:

    Brownies have always been one of my downfalls!

  5. spike says:

    Chocolate was a nice change!

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