Super Fudge Brownies From Scratch Recipe!
T is back with another great recipe! Who doesn’t love chocolate?! Well here’s her Super Fudge Brownies From Scratch recipe!
Because I have no life, I decided I would continue my war with Duncan Hines. This war is a feud of epic proportions. Its unfortunate Duncan Hines knows nothing about it.
Let me give you the short story, I LOVE Duncan Hines Chewy Fudge Brownies. I love them but I don’t love buying the mystery ingredients that go into creating them. I decided its time I make my own version.
I don’t like cake-like brownies so if you are looking for that, move along there is nothing to see here. I want gooey fudgey sinful brownies.
I have been trying different recipe combinations for a long time. Just like when I perfected my cookie recipe, I WILL perfect the fudgey brownie.
If you have an amazing FUDGEY tasting brownie, please share your recipe. I will warn you, it must taste better than my closest creation.
You will need a bowl for wet ingredients and a bowl for dry.
Don’t mix these too much, they don’t need air.
These brownies will look rough and wrong. That is exactly how they should look.
In your dry bowl you will need:
- 2 c flour (all purpose)
- 4 c sugar
- 2 c cocoa
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 c nuts (your choice, optional)
In your wet bowl you will need:
- 1 7/12 cups of vegetable oil (1 1/3 cup plus 1/4 c)
- 8 eggs (beaten)
- 4 tsp vanilla extract
**There are a lot of ingredients listed but you can half this recipe with no problem.
I used a long deep pan so I have to make a lot at one time. Okay, I like brownies a LOT!**
Also, I added 2 cups of melted chocolate chips to my mixture once I put it in the pan. I really want that chocolate flavor.
Now the process is really simple. Do not over-mix anything.
Mix your wet together.
Mix your dry together.
Add the dry to the wet (do it all at once).
It will be coarse looking when you mix it. Just mix it well and move on.
This is where I melted 2 cups of semi-sweet chocolate chips and swirled it into my pan.
Now it is time for the oven! Bake at 350 until done. It will take a while at 350.
I have heard people bake there brownies at higher temps for a small amount of time and then go back and drop the temperature to 350 and finish it. I don’t have time for that. I let it cook until the center no longer looks like raw batter.
Voila, it’s done!!!
Tamona (affectionately known as T, to me) is a work at home mom with a husband known only as The Honey and four children, lovingly referred to as, The Tax Deductions. Get to know my more by reading, “It’s Tamona” Check out more of T’s Tips About Everything!
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