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Truffle Fudge Brownie Mix-The Cocoa Exchange

Monday, August 17, 2020



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These ultra-rich brownies are even better than homemade with almost 1/2 lb. of real DOVE Dark Chocolate in the mix. (Makes 20 brownies)

Would you believe me if I told you these Truffle Fudge brownies are to die for? Well believe it!! Rich decadent and filled with chocolatey goodness. Even a little piece will satisfy you--but I defy you to eat just one small taste!!

All you need to make these are 2 large eggs (not separated YEAH) and a stick of melted sweet butter. You will need an 8x8 pan and a large mixing bowl. I used a wooden spoon to mix it all up. I actually followed the recipe on the back of the package for a change.

The batter is very thick and you will still see chocolate morsels-it is not a smooth batter. Grease the pan you will be baking it in either using parchment paper or grease the pan with some kind of spray or butter. I unfortunately used an aluminum pan--it works--BUT it gets stuck to the bottom and I will be throwing out that pan. Stick it in the oven at 350 for approx 30-35 minutes -check with a toothpick to see if it is done. (I didn't have toothpicks-uh oh).

Take it out of the oven when done and let it cool. This may take a long time. When I first took them out it was like a lava cake with the lava at the bottom instead of inside--I tasted it anyway--DELICIOUS! I kept taste testing it during the day------can you tell I loved it.

Well I told one of my neighbors to come down and take some of it--this was about 4 or 5 hours later. By then all the liquid on the bottom had been absorbed---We both agreed--as did her husband--to die for!!

They also make a White Chocolate Blondie Mix which I will bet is just as tasty and delicious!!


These brownies would be great served with ice cream and maybe drizzled with the Raspberry Balsamic Glaze (yes, I drizzled some on some Chocolate ice cream the other night-oh my gosh-what a treat!). Of course you can eat them just as they are. These would be a hit at any social gathering--or definitely a bake sale. It says it makes 20 Brownies--but I bet if you cut it into 40 brownies it would satisfy anyone!!




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2 comments :

Chariss K. Walker, Author said...

It sounds delicious and I truly believe your account because my sister bought some and she said the say thing: delicious, chock-full of chocolate, decadently scrumptious. Thanks for sharing the tips and taste with your followers. :-)

Linda Manns Linneman said...

I love brownies. I just made some today. These sound so good. Dove chocolate is the best. I can't wait to make these. Thank you for sharing

 
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