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I read the reviews here for this brownie and also on allrecipes.com. The recipe on allrecipes.com called for an 8" square pan. I think I would use that size pan next time so that the brownies would be a little bit thicker. The 9" pan makes a thin brownie. There were many negative comments about the frosting so I went with my tried and true brownie glaze. It is the same ingredients only the butter is melted and I adjust the confectioners sugar until I get a nice consistency.
Very good chewy brownies! I doubled the recipe for a 9x13 pan, and they turned out great. Thanks!
Wonderful! A cross between a fudge and cakey brownie with rich chocolate flavor. Was glad I added the frosting on warm brownies. So good! Used butter in the brownies and honey in the frosting. Doubled the recipe and baked in a 13x9 pan for 25 minutes. Excellent in every way. This recipe is also posted on AllRecipes where it has more than 4900 reviews:) Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Good brownies. I left the frosting off because it wasn't needed.
These were so good! They didn't even last the night the kids just gobbled them up! I will definately be making these again. Thanks!
This was great! I agree with Chef #171116. You have to beat the icing for at least that long! If you are looking for cakey brownies.. this isn't for you. These are chewey and so good! Thanks again for sharing!!!
this turned out sooo good!! Thanks for the recipe! The frosting turns out if you beat it for a good 5-7 minutes and make sure you don't melt the butter only soften it. Great and really easy!!
The brownies were delicious and easy to make. I tried making the frosting but it didn't turn out. Great brownies though.