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Wonderful. They have a cake-like texture. My husband loves them also. I'll try them next on my co-workers who hate vegetables. They'll never know they are eating squash.
These were excellent! I used zucchini and mini chocolate chips which I just threw into the batter. These were a rich, cake like brownie.
I made these for the first time today, I quadrupled the recipe and fed it to 60 kids and staff members. The kids didn't even know they were eating zucchini all they seen was chocolate. The only changes I made were I used rice milk mixed with vinegar instead of buttermilk, 7 cups zucchini that was frozen and drained and used half whole wheat flour, they were still moist and cake-like. I didn't use the chocolate chips (didn't have any) or nuts (a nut free school). I finally made these at home. I used 1 1/2 cups whole wheat and replaced the oil with applesauce and used pecans, still no chocolate chips, they were still very cake-like, we also baked up some in the Easy Bake oven, I put 2 tablespoons of batter in each easy bake pan and baked for 8 minutes, the kids loved it.
These were delicious. I give the recipe 5 stars because they came out super moist and delicious. My neighbors, co-workers and family (I had a LOT of squash) loved it. BUT! Be warned about the name. They came out very cake-like. It will be the most moist and delicious cake you've ever made, but not really brownie consistency.
We all loved it. I used seeded yellow squash.