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Submitted:
  2010-02-17
Prep Time:
  10 minutes
Yield:
  20
Difficulty Level:
  Quick and Easy
Category:
  Pareve
Meal:
  School or Work Lunch
  Dinner
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Course:
  Cake Desserts
  Bars and Cookies
Health Conscious:
  not specified
Cuisine:
  American
Cooking Method:
  Bake
Occasion:
  Shabbos
  Yom Tov
  Bar-b-Que
  Picnic
Main Ingredients:
  Chocolate
Source:
  sister in law
Bracha:
  Mezonos

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The is an extremely versatile brownie recipe. It can be served alone or with a scoop of ice cream or as a base for a trifle. I think that this is my most requested recipe.
 
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You can use oil instead of margarine. Instead of rosemarie chocolate try using chocolate chips or a combo of vanilla and chocolate chips.
 
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Great easy recipe. I think i baked it for too long though because its a bit overdone/dry... and next time im going to try it in little souffle dishes.
ctb, 2011-01-28
I always say better to under bake than over bake:). My husband always says a little raw is good.
yaelw, 2011-01-29
does this recipe require any baking soda/powder?
zoopa1234, 2011-03-06
No, it is not a mistake. Enjoy.
yaelw, 2011-03-06
Can the margarine be substituted for something a little healthier? Juuuust asking... :-)
valleymom, 2011-05-18
I do make it with oil (canola) most of the time and I have had no complaints:)
yaelw, 2011-05-18
DELISH! Mine just cooled off enough to taste and they are absolutely scrumptious! Thanks!
ruthieblu, 2011-06-06
The recipe certainly looks good and i may try it, but i have one quick question. Is it difficult to cut the pieces neatly for serving such as squares or rectangles? From what i can see in your sample it looks as though it may be a problem and if i am serving these for company, I would want it to be easy to work with and presentable.
fal, 2011-07-04
For the picture, I used a round cookie cutter with fluted edges and it worked out great. You will have some sides left over so you can eat it (I am sure you will have volunteers) or use it for a topping to ice cream. I usually cut it with a regular knife into rectangle pieces and it works fine.
yaelw, 2011-07-04
This was very quick and easy to make. I mixed it by hand, as a last minute dessert about an hour before shabbos. It's very chocolatey and everone enjoyed it.
purplecat, 2011-08-08
If I want to use oil - how much?
shari45, 2011-11-20
between 3/4-1 cup oil (try using 3/4 and if the mixture is too dry looking then add some more oil).
yaelw, 2011-11-21
Can this be made in advance and frozen? Vanilla is extract or sugar?
chani_m, 2014-01-08
Yes. Can be either one but I like sugar better.
yaelw, 2014-01-08
Bake at what temperature?
guest, 2014-01-30
Can I make these in individual flutted cupcake holders? I want to serve this for shabbos day meal dessert. Can this be make in advance and warmed up shabbos morning?
eif, 2014-09-08
i have never made them individually. i make them in a pan and then cut whatever size i need. yes they can be made in advanced and warmed up.
yaelw, 2014-09-08
 
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