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Oh, my heavens, these were devine!!! A terrific combination of flavors in a moist, cake-like brownie. We couldn't wait for them to cool completely, so we ate the first few pieces while they were still warm. I'm surprised there were any left to serve when they cooled off! I took Beth's suggestion and baked these to cap off our meal with her Chipolte & Honey Glazed Pork (#49161). They really are a nice finish to a Mexican meal, but I would serve them anytime. (I even had the last one for breakfast.) Thanks, Beth. I'll make these again and again!
totally incredible cakelike brownies! i actually served them after an italian meal, lol, but these were to die for! baking time was right on and we all enjoyed every crumb! this one is a keeper.
These were so incredibly delicious - words fail me. I have a number of great brownie recipes, but this surpasses all of them. I'll definitely be making these on a regular basis.
We enjoyed these brownies tonight as the ending to a cookout. I found them easy to put together and bake. I should have checked them sooner because as the minimum amount of time they were a tad overcooked. Not sure that it's something I'd rush to make again (they were good - just not phenomenal) but we enjoyed them. Thanks so much for posting!
I made these with splenda for baking to cut down on the sugar....they were very very good...
This recipe is not only tasty but it's easy to make! It looks like there's a lot to do but it's very easy to make. I did cut the sugar just a tad and I didn't have any white chocolate so I added a little Reeses Peanut Butter Chips. I got my wonderful kahlua flavor from Dana's Home Made Kahlua Dana's Homemade Kahlua. I will definitely be making this again. Thank you for sharing.
I found this recipe during a cookathon that some of us have been participating in for Lizzie. We bring snacks to work on Fridays and this was the hit of the day!! I didn't do the marbelizing trick with the white chocolate. I just drizzled some on top of the chocolate frosting in a swirly pattern. These were to die for!! I guarantee I'll be making these again.
This was a hit at the office holiday party! I sliced the quite small, it's almost like a piece of brownie w/fudge on top!
Absolutely fabulous!!! I didn't have any Kahlua, so I substituted Baileys Irish Cream. My husband raved about these, and he doesn't even care for chocolate all that much. The brownies were more cakelike than fudgy, and I baked them a full 45 minutes (next time I'd probably stop at 40, but that's my mistake, and no fault of the recipe). I had my doubts about using chocolate chips for the frosting, but they made a delicious frosting, and spread nicely over the finished brownies for me. I didn't measure the white chocolate chips, just scattered a good handful over the melted chocolate chips. I'll definitely keep this one in my cookbook and make it again!
Very good. Moist, slightly cakelike, yet still a bit fudgey at the same time. A good choice for a potluck or bake sale as this makes a ton of brownies. The icing trick with the chocolate chips, while very inventive, didn't work as well for me. Even though I followed the directions carefully, when I used my spatula to spread the melted chips across the brownies, some parts of the top lyaer of the brownies started to pull up & tear. This did nothing to affect the taste, but did affect the appearance. Still, this is a very good recipe and worth repeating. Thanks for sharing.