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Dark Fudgy Brownies

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

Your rating: None Average: 3.7 (163 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

02/14/2012

If you are expecting a traditional Brownie...Forget It! These are FUDGE brownies. Love them! They came out fudgy and very tasty. Cut into small squares they are a chocolate fudge treat I will make again. Saving the recipe to include in my next holiday cookies gifts.

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Anonymous wrote 1 year 51 weeks ago

...but you still gave it 4

...but you still gave it 4 stars... ?

02/05/2012
Anonymous
Questioning choice of ingredients

I love the premise of your magazine, "Eating Well" - would lead readers to trust your recipes as being healthy. However, as a nutrition researcher, especially concerned about the toxins in our foods (GMO's, carcinogens, pesticides, etc.), I cannot believe that you continue to advocate toxic canola oil (from Monsanto's (think DDT and RoundUp herbicides canola crops) and high-fructose corn sugar (the body does know the difference and for sure the mind should!), all-purpose flour and sugar - just Google these ingredients for the truth if there's any question. In my upcoming articles and books to start rolling out this month on Amazon, I share specifically how these toxic ingredients are dangerous along with much healthier alternatives and include some truly healthy recipes in my writing projects....Thank you for listening. I hope you will consider "healthifying" you otherwise great sounding recipes...

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Anonymous wrote 48 weeks 20 hours ago

Thank you so much for

Thank you so much for bringing this up. I am a nutrition major in college, and I am trying to inform people about the dangers of GMOs and all of that other toxic junk as well. Thank you for shedding some light on this topic.

Anonymous wrote 51 weeks 3 days ago

Completely agree!!! People

Completely agree!!! People need to be informed about this.
Thanks.

Anonymous wrote 1 year 5 weeks ago

You are mistaken if you think

You are mistaken if you think this recipe includes high-fructose corn syrup. High-fructose corn syrup is just that, corn syrup that is fortified with fructose, a monosaccharide that is sweeter than glucose. Corn syrup itself is just glucose suspended in water. It is NOT the same thing at all.

So the Karo corn syrup that you would buy to make this recipe is not high fructose.

And if you have an issue with canola oil, there are other oil options that are just as usable.

Anonymous wrote 1 year 7 weeks ago

Thank You!

Thank You!

01/05/2012
Anonymous
Strange

I have no idea if i did this recipie right, but it had the texture of a shoe sole and tasted just like flour, i double checked the recipie and did it again but it tasted the same, would not reccomend.

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10/08/2010

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.

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Anonymous wrote 43 weeks 1 day ago

cooking times or tempurtures

cooking times or tempurtures sometimes need to be reduced for a baked good to come out moist. I like to undercook my baked goods by just a minute or two or turn down the heat and sometimes both until i get the moistness i like.

07/31/2010
Anonymous

These were excellent! I made these the other night and between my husband and kids there were only one left the next morning, So I ate it.

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