Lately, there have been long days at the office and Tom has worked 16 days in a row, and the week is not over yet. Last Saturday turned into Sunday as he worked 17 hours. Today I wanted to do a little something to brighten his day and decided to bake brownies. Like any healthy, all-American guy he loves brownies, even more than my cookies. So, I made a pan of brownies, plain. That is, without nuts. That’s the way he likes ‘em. To me, it’s not a brownie if it doesn’t have nuts but… to each his own. Either way, it’s a tasty brownie.
I cut this recipe out of a magazine about 15 years ago. I do not recall which magazine but it was likely Good Housekeeping or Better Homes & Gardens. Whenever I bring these brownies to a party someone always asks for the recipe. It’s not a chewy, moist brownie but more cake-y. Make them for 'your sweetest guy on the planet' and let me know what you think.
Deep Dish Fudge Brownies
3/4 Cup Butter, melted & cooled
1½ Cups Sugar
1½ Tsp Vanilla
3/4 Cup Flour
1/2 Cup Cocoa Powder
1/2 Tsp Baking Powder
1/2 Tsp Salt
3/4 Cup Nuts (optional)
Grease & Flour an 8” square pan. Use large spoon or wire whisk to mix ingredients.
In a separate bowl mix Flour, Cocoa, Baking Powder & Salt. Set aside.
Mix melted Butter, Sugar & Vanilla. Add Eggs and blend well.
Add Flour mixture until well blended. Fold in chopped nuts (optional), walnuts or pecans
Bake at 350° for 35-40 minutes until brownies pull away from side of pan
or cake tester comes out clean.
TWIX COOKIE BARS
BROWNIE FUDGE WALNUT COOKIES
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