Perfect Brownie Search

So I am still on the hunt for the greatest brownie recipe ever…I have a few that I like, but nothing that is “oh my God, this is the best brownie I have ever tasted!”, which is what I am going for. You know, the perfect balance of fudgy/chewy/chocolaty. The brownie that I have pictured here was really delicious. I slathered on a nice layer of peanut butter-buttercream icing, which was yummy. I usually make my brownies much thicker but I wanted to try something a little different this time. They were really good, but still, I am looking for brownie awesomeness!!! HELP!!

5 Responses

  1. Serene Leavitt

    I too was on a “perfect brownie” recipe search for quite some time. Then I came across this recipe from Cooking Light:( I usually leave out the walnuts though. I threw in some dried cherries to a pan of these brownies the other night and they were divine. It is my all-time favorite brownie recipe. It is so indulgently rich and fudgy. I just love it! Definitely give it a try.

  2. Beth

    I don’t know. Your blog has some pretty amazing brownie recipes. I’m supposed to be working, and here I am clicking along through your plethora of brownie posts. Well, let us know if you ever find the perfect brownie!

  3. Kennedy

    i have a perfect brownie recipe. delicious without icing but sometimes i pipe some buttercream on top. it uses just cocoa for that classic brownie taste. you need:
    10 tablespoons of butter (real butter) 1 1/4 cups sugar 3/4 cup and 2 tablespoons of cocoa 1/4 teaspoon of salt 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 eggs and 1/2 cup flour
    directions: add 1-2 inches of water to a pot and heat until simmering. mix the sugar, cocoa and salt in a bowl. place a heat safe glass bowl in the pot of water making sure it floats enough but it isnt tipping over. start melting butter in the bowl and slowly add the sugar, cocoa and salt. mixing well until it is completely mixed. let cool until warm. stir in vanilla and eggs mixing each one at a time then add flour. bake at 325 for 20-25 mins in a 9″ parchment lined glass pan. enjoy!

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