These brownies are for lovers of fudgy dark chocolate. The batter is thick, but it spreads easily into the pan. The ultimate finale? Topping each bar with melting vanilla ice cream and hot fudge.
A teaspoon of shredded orange peel and a few tablespoons of orange juice add tangy citrus flavor to sweet double-chocolate brownies.
Peanut butter and chocolate were made for each other. Give dessert-lovers a preview of what's inside these rich brownies by cutting mini peanut butter cups in half and pressing them into the peanut butter-flavor topping.
Get to the basics. This classic fudgy brownie has everything you love (chocolate, chopped nuts, and optional cream cheese frosting) without a shopping trip for ingredient extras.
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They may have a tailgating reputation, but chocolate brownies can fit in at an elegant occasion, too. A splash of port and tangy raspberries contribute to the extraordinary flavor in these eat-with-your-pinkies-up brownies.
White chocolate and crunchy macadamia nuts give classic brownies the best kind of makeover. Bonus: They take just 15 minutes of hands-on time.
With lots of chocolate, homemade caramel sauce, and toasted pecans, this brownie recipe is impossible to resist.
You don't have to wait for fall to enjoy pumpkin. Canned pumpkin puree gives a sweet-tart boost to classic chocolate brownies, adding a gorgeous layer to your baked goodies.
Finish dinner on a cooling note with a layer of fresh mint filling spread between a dark chocolate brownie and a creamy dark chocolate ganache.
A swirl of cream cheese makes pecan-topped chocolate brownies beautiful and tasty. Toasting the pecans brings out their rich flavor.
Layers of semisweet chocolate glaze and sweet peanut butter frosting top this chocolaty peanut-filled brownie.
Make the best brownies without a drop of chocolate! Opt for homemade butterscotch alongside shredded coconut, chopped pecans, and gooey marshmallows for a twist on standard brownies.
The magic is in the simplicity of this office-favorite brownie recipe. Chopped walnuts provide the crunch inside this classic chocolate brownie batter.
Coffee enhances the flavor of the chocolate in these dense brownies. Go over the top with a finishing sprinkle of chopped chocolate-covered coffee beans.
Two favorite flavor combinations -- chocolate and caramel -- make these bake-and-slice brownies a crowd-pleasing treat.
Toasted hazelnuts and melted caramel flavored with hazelnut liqueur top these rich chocolate brownies.
Make and bake these two-layer treats in about an hour! Classic shortbread provides a sweet and simple base; a buttery chocolate layer caps it off.
Red wine ganache blankets these rich brownies that hide wine-soaked cherries. Serve with a small glass of Cabernet for a memorable end to dinner.
Layering cream cheese and classic chocolate brownie batter gives these moist brownies their two-tone look. A drizzle of chocolate makes a pretty (and tasty) topper.
A layer of creamy cheesecake, coupled with fudgy frosting, adds a fresh twist to classic brownies.
A fudgy brownie layer is sandwiched between a crisp sugar cookie crust and melted chocolate pieces. This made-from-mixes recipe tastes fancy but is a cinch to pull together.
Consider these four layers: homemade fudge brownie, caramel, nougat, and chocolate. Yep—this brownie is as divine as it sounds.
Add heat to your chocolate brownies, but be sure to alert guests before their first bite. Warm chipotle spice kicks up chocolate's smoothness for a match that will delight.
These fudgy brownies are topped with a luscious chocolate-cream cheese frosting and a sprinkling of chocolate-covered espresso beans.
A creamy chocolate-buttermilk frosting makes these fudgy brownies even better. Serve them warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
This crowd-pleaser features two layers of creamy chocolate and a chewy oatmeal cookielike layer. Walnut halves (or your favorite candy) make a tasty topper.