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Dark Fudgy Brownies

January/February 2007, EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008)

Your rating: None Average: 3.7 (170 votes)

We like to use chocolate with 60-72% cacao content in these rich, fudgelike brownies, as it imparts a deeper, fuller flavor than less-chocolaty choices.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I thought these were awful! I don't think I did anything wrong. They were dry and just really bad. I took one taste and chucked the whole pan full. "
Dark Fudgy Brownies Recipe

21 Reviews for Dark Fudgy Brownies

12/13/2013
Anonymous
DIABETIC SEARCH led me HERE?!

Didn't even bother attempting to make them. I searched for DIABETIC recipes and this came up. Nice, there are multiple forms of damaging sugar in here. Just needs a thick frosting topping to put my Gma into a diabetic coma. Good job guys.

Chocolate is yum
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11/04/2013
Anonymous

Wonderful dark chocolate flavor with 62% cocoa chunks, not overly sweet. For healthier product, used Olive oil instead of Canola and Maple syrup instead of corn syrup. Increased Walnuts to approx. 2/3 cup. Tested baking progress often to avoid drying out. Definite keeper!! Thank you for the recipe.

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11/04/2013
Anonymous

Wonderful dark chocolate flavor with 62% cocoa chunks, not overly sweet. For healthier product, used Olive oil instead of Canola and Maple syrup instead of corn syrup. Increased Walnuts to approx. 2/3 cup. Tested baking progress often to avoid drying out. Definite keeper!! Thank you for the recipe.

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09/28/2013
Anonymous
HOW THE HELL IS THIS LOW CARB????

What a crock! Get people to your site under the auspices of low carb and your recipes contain FLOUR and SUGAR???
TERRIBLE TERRIBLE TERRIBLE!

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13 comments

Anonymous wrote 20 weeks 6 days ago

How does one make brownies

How does one make brownies without flour and sugar? These are healthier than the average brownie recipe, especially when it come to fat.

 
tdavis130667585 wrote 27 weeks 6 days ago

use whole wheat flour and

use whole wheat flour and sugar substitute or apple sauce.

Anonymous wrote 39 weeks 3 days ago

Agreed!

Agreed!

10/05/2012
Anonymous
Really good

They're Great!! They're fudgy and dense and the dark chocolate options (50%-72%) give you lots of choice in how dark you want them. We used 60% and I'll go to 72% next time. I don't think 20 servings is accurate but because they are so rich and fudgy the size should defiantely be smaller

fudge-like
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