Having trouble finding the best fudge brownie recipe? Well look no more!
To truly master the art of brownies you must first master that one perfect recipe, and from there the brownie making possibilities are endless. Add some nuts here, a few chocolate chips there, marshmallows, fruit, coconut.. ...whatever you like!
The biggest difference between ordinary chocolate brownies and these fudge brownies is the chocolate!
Ordinarily I use cocoa powder in my everyday basic chocolate brownies but with these special fudge brownies I use one of my grandmothers old gooey tricks...melted chocolate!
Adding melted chocolate into a brownie mix makes a delightful difference.
You end up with a thicker and more moist center that provides the whole "fudge effect."
If you are a fudge lover and a brownie lover, fudge brownies give you the best of both worlds.
You can always treat yourself to a gourmet brownie splurge, but with the recipe below, you can make your own fudge brownies any time you like and save yourself a lot of money. :)
Before you get started, prep your oven to 350° F. I also always like to
get the baking dish all greased up and ready to go so the batter can go
directly from bowl to pan without skipping a beat.
Use approximately 1 Tbs of butter to grease your baking dish and set aside. I prefer 9 or 10 inch square glass dish.
The ingredients you will need are:
For me, nothing is better than a helping of these fudge brownies while they're still warm. To make them even better, drop a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream on top of your fudge brownie with a drizzle of caramel and you have a treat everyone will love.
I promise you that this fudge brownie recipe will be one you will keep on hand for that upcoming bake sale or just a rainy weekend with the kids. Enjoy!
~ This fudge brownie recipe submitted by Kate H.
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Treat someone you love to a brownie splurge.... ;)