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Ultimate Double Chocolate Brownies

These brownies are addictive, and they magically bake up with a crinkly chewy crust and rich fudgy insides -- which is exactly what a perfect brownie should be! They are a MUST for every serious chocolate lover!

Guest post from Brigette Shevy

These are *the* brownies Crystal and I grew up on. Our family first discovered this recipe in a Taste of Home magazine, and it instantly became a favorite. I can’t tell you how many times we’ve made these addictive, chocolately gems over the years – definitely more than I can count! My mom often served them with ice cream when we had company over, and they were always a hit with adults and children alike (because who doesn’t like homemade brownies?!).

Ultimate Double Chocolate Brownies

They magically bake up with a crinkly chewy crust, and rich fudgy insides, which is exactly the way I like my brownies. And in all the times I’ve made them, I can’t remember them ever not turning out.

These are a must for every serious chocolate lover!

Ultimate Double Chocolate Brownies

Ultimate Double Chocolate Brownies

Brigette is a full-time wife and mother who is blessed with three amazing bundles of energy (ages 6, 4, and 2). She enjoys music, experimenting in the kitchen, homeschooling her children, finding great deals, long-distance running, and anything chocolate.

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  • Judy says:

    Not sure how is possible for brownies to be done at 350F for under 20mins… I wonder if they’re setting it at 350C… Or maybe they’re not using the chocolate chips so it’s not as moist and needs way less time…? Mine were perfect after 40mins. I used 70% dark chocolate chips, so decadent!!

  • Theresa says:

    Somehow mine turned out Cakey 🙁 I followed the recipe and the steps. How do I fix this? This isn’t the first time I’ve tried a from scratch recipe that became Cakey.

    • JJ says:

      The reason your brownies seem to turn out cakey is probably because you over bake them. Brownies should always be a little underdone, because that gives you the fudgy texture you’re looking for. They’ll set completely when cooled. To check, insert a toothpick and if moist crumbs come out, remove them immediately. And don’t always follow the amount of time given. Every oven is different, so check at the 20 minute or earlier mark and then keep checking until wet crumbs come out (It should not come out clean).

      Hope this helps!

    • Abril says:

      Mine turned out cakey too but still delicious! 🙂

  • April says:

    Love love love these!! Cooked them 25 min and they were perfect did 1cup of chocolate chips and 1 1/2 cups chocolate covered coffee beans.. I topped them with a dark fudge frosting!! They were so good and the moans coming from friends and family couldn’t be wrong!! Will make these forever… ????????????????????

  • sameena says:

    May I know the measurement in Grams

  • Nancy says:

    Made today….not a fan. Not sure what problem was but at about 29 mins they started to smell burnt and I saw the edges were burnt. Took them out and they tasted ok not great. Once cutting them up one quarter section or so the bottom was burnt. Not sure if it’s my oven the pan or the recipe. Disappointed.

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