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"This is the best brownie recipe ever!! You'll never try another brownie recipe after making these! Here are a few tips: For a dark chocolate lovers, use Ghiradelli Double Dark/60% or bittersweet chocolate in place of the semi-sweet chocolate. I often use 1 lb of bittersweet chocolate to melt, and 1 to 1 1/2 packages of dark chocolate chips fo..."
Jul 19, 2010 on Food.com
"Loved these! I'll be making a double batch for an office party tonight. Very good crust w/ pecans and graham cracker crumbs. Terrific when allowed to set overnight before cutting. Used parchment to line pan so they were easy to lift out and cut out of the pan. Delicious!"
Mar 9, 2006 on Food.com
"These bars are incredible! Made them for the first time for a baby shower I was hosting. I'm always confident with Barefoot Contessa recipes and don't need to try them out before serving them to others. The bars were perfect. I cut them in squares and then halved diagonally to make triangles. Placed them in muffin cups (elongated/flattened a ..."
Jul 6, 2005 on Food.com
"This is an INCREDIBLE chocolate cake recipe. A must for all chocoholics who appreciate fine, dark chocolate. I consider this my once (or twice a year treat though. It's so wonderful and rich, I'd hate to spoil it by making it more often! Don't substitute anything... it's perfect (and get the good chocolate!."
Jun 9, 2005 on Food.com
"LOVE this Cooking Light recipe. One of our faves! Keep butterscotch chips on hand and whip these up anytime. I often double the recipe and cook in 9x13 pan - sure this increases the calories but makes a terrific bar. Dough is a great base for any chip topper (peanut butter, chocolate, etc.... Trick is to underbake these slightly so they stay ..."
Jun 8, 2005 on Food.com