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50 mins

great, tasty, basic chocolate brownies!
very easy. i wanted brownies and found this recipe in an old Hershey cookbook my mom gave me^^
its very easy and tasty, and everyone with any arm muscles can make it! even me! and i barely have any arm muscles!(really i don't). this makes 36 small brownies. if you cut it so that it makes 36 squares, that is. i made 18 brownies with nuts and 18 without nuts, i used 2 small pans.
everything is in cups and degrees F(farenheidt), but if you would like me to post the recipe with the approximate measurements in grams and degrees celsius it is absolutely no problem at all, since i have that recipe here too.
you can replace the flour and baking powder with that flour-stuf that already has something like baking powder in it. (i dunno what its called)
again, the time is mostly baking and stuff. and even if you are extremely bad at making batter, you will finish this project in wayyyyy less then 50 minutes. really.
oh, and also: this recipe comes from " easy baking hershey's cocoa" its a cookbook. the recipe is hershey's best brownies, on page 21.

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  • Step 1

    heat oven to 350 degrees F. grease a 13x9x2 inch baking pan.

  • Step 2

    put the butter in a large microwave-safe bowl. melt in the microwave.

  • Step 3

    stir in the sugar and vanilla into the butter.

  • Step 4

    add eggs one by one, mixing well with the spoon after every addition.

  • Step 5

    add the cocoa, mix in well.

  • Step 6

    add flour, baking powder, and salt. mix in well.

  • Step 7

    stir in nuts, if desired.

  • Step 8

    pour the batter into the prepared pan.

  • Step 9

    bake for 30-35 minutes or until brownies begin to pull away from the sides of the pan. or until skewer comes out clean.

  • Step 10

    take the brownies out of the oven.take them from the pan(erm. that's what i do, but not what the original recipe said.), cool them, and cut them into pieces. 36 pieces^^
    now, *munch munch* eat them!



Suzi P.
Suzi P. · 12 projects
hi sarah,
one cup butter is one cup, 250 mL, of butter. in america, 2 sticks of butter equal one cup of butter. one stick of butter is 113 grams, so one cup of butter is rougly 225 grams of butter. hope that helps (:
Sarah · Erfurt, Thuringia, DE · 110 projects
what do you mean by "one cup butter"?? Happy
CahrazzyMe · Willard, Ohio, US · 16 projects
These look so good! (:
Thanks for sharing!
Pyrate Pixie
Pyrate Pixie · Oviedo, Florida, US · 2 projects
I think I love you! *wink* Brownies are my weakness!

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