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FUDGE WALNUT BROWNIES/ Scottie



We have a couple of friends who really know how to throw a party. Nadine and Joe go all out when there’s a bash at their house, and their most recent event did not disappoint. Joe descends from Scottish heritage and so Scotch was the night’s theme. My grandmother who was very proud of her Scottish heritage would have loved this! Anyway, the food and entertainment were amazing. They served a five-course traditional High Table Scottish Supper, while a Celtic Harpist strummed tunes. To embrace the full Scottish theme, Scottish tartan scarves in colorful plaids were provided at the door to each guest.


This is my traditional Deep Dish Brownie recipe  with walnuts added. Pecans or mini chocolate chips can be substituted for the walnuts. If you like your brownies with frosting, spread milk chocolate or semi-sweet chocolate chips on brownies just out of the oven.


Fudge Walnut Brownies
3/4 Cup Butter, melted & cooled
1½ Cups Sugar
1½ Tsp Vanilla
3 Eggs
3/4 Cup Flour
1/2 Cup Cocoa Powder
1/2 Tsp Baking Powder
1/2 Tsp Salt
3/4 Cup Walnuts (or Pecans)


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 walnuts
Bake at 350 for 35-40 minutes until brownies pull away from side or cake tester comes out clean.




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6 comments:

  1. Hi Joan,
    You are correct--Grandma would have loved the High Table Scottish supper! And of course the delicious brownies!
    Have you ever made butterscotch brownies?? Keep up the great blog!!
    Hugs,
    Cousin Kathy


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    1. Hi Kathy, Yes, Grandma would have been in her element at this Scottish supper. I've never made butterscotch brownies but they would have been perfect with this post! Thanks for your comment.

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  2. the twix bars! yummm! I second the above comment- I would love to know more about butterscotch brownies as well!

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    1. Hi Mam, I'm hearing requests! I must put Butterscotch Brownies in an upcoming post. Thanks for the suggestion.

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  3. You can never have too many brownie recipes! Thanks

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    1. Hi Janet, I agree ... everyone loves brownies!

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