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I KNOW I have a winner when my husband calls me at work on his lunch hour to ask what it is he is eating because it is GOOOOOOOOD!!! Said with the OO drawn all out! Then I had to reach into my bag and snag a bite of mine....and the rest of it was history. I knew when preparing the batter it was going to be good, but I was unprepared for HOW good. It is amazing light, yet somehow dense and fudgy, gooey yet crispy on the edges, and SOME kinda sweet!!! I omitted the nuts (more for the kids than us) but I think they only would have enhanced the flavor. I know DH will beg me constantly to make these and as they are a snap to make I will happily do so. If you are a brownie lover I highly suggest this recipe to you.

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Michelle S. March 14, 2006

I was looking for a brownie recipe to make for a co-workers Birthday. This was a huge hit! I followed the recipe, but baked it in a 9x13 pan for 35 minutes and added a Tablespoon of milk to the topping to make it more easy to drizzle. They were awesome! I will make these again and again!

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jo_beth79 February 21, 2008

Fantastic! Rich and flavorful, a real winner! I increased the recipe by 50% to fill a 13x9 inch pan. I was a little shy on that much unsweetened chocolate so I used Unsweetened Chocolate Substitute for the remainder and it worked fine. I also had trouble the 'drizzling' the chocolate at the end. I'm pretty sure it was because I was having to use a small microwave but my chocolate was like frosting so I piped it on top rather than drizzling it. No one seemed to care. They were very popular. Thanks OzMan for sharing such a great recipe!

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Marg (CaymanDesigns) October 03, 2006

I made these today and they are delirious. Moist and yummy. Thanks for sharing

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Laureen in B.C. January 30, 2011

Made these for a potluck tonight and they were not only lovely in presentation but really delicious to boot! I used melting chocolate for the topping.

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Classy Gal July 17, 2009

WOAH! these were SOOO delish. what a perfect brownie recipe! I covered half with marshmellows (for me), and left the other half plain (for my hubby), covered all of the brownies in the topping chocolate and left the walnuts out all together. they are very rich but completely awesome! thank you for a keeper! these are going straight into my zaar stars cookbook, for if I could give you 10 stars, I would!!!

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megs_ July 17, 2007

WOW!! These delicious brownies are dense, fudgy, and oh so rich!! They are definitely a chocoholics dream come true!! I made them as written except that I substituted milk chocolate chips for the semi-sweet (personal preference), and added an extra TBS. of butter to the topping for easier drizzling. My family loved these and claimed them a big winner. Thanks Oz for winning the football pool so I had the opportunity to make these.

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Bayhill January 18, 2007
Delicious Rocky Road Brownies