What do you get when you mix 2 pounds of chocolate with some eggs, butter, sugar, flour, baking powder and vanilla? One sinfully delicious outrageous brownie! And, yes, you read it right…TWO POUNDS OF CHOCOLATE!
Her Outrageous Brownies are, by no means, healthy, low-fat, non-fat, carb free or gluten-free. The are full-blown, fat laden, sugar loaded, chocolate overloaded, uber rich and sinfully delicious squares of pure chocolate joy. I can honestly say(from personal experience) that if you are having a stressful day, these brownies WILL make you feel better.
If you think about it, though, these brownies a probably not as bad for you as you might first think. You are, afterall, making a very large batch. And, they are so incredibly rich, that it is physically impossible to eat these brownies in large quantities.
I’ll admit, the recipe has several steps. And, you may be shocked by the ingredients. And, it does involve a double boiler (trust me, though, it’s not hard). But, this is not your average brownie-from-a-box recipe. This is something that you will be remembered by. A recipe that your family and friends will ask you to make again and again.
My one piece of advice is to do a careful pantry check before you start making these brownies. I am notorious for starting a recipe and then realizing I’m short one egg!
This recipe is definitely a keeper and is worth the time (and calories!) to make. You won’t be sorry you did!
PS…you might to try them ala mode with a scoop of your favorite ice cream!
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Hi! I'm Christina, the chief cook and bottle washer at It's a Keeper. I love to cook and am a self proclaimed recipe hoarder who reads cook books cover to cover like most people read a juicy novel. Join me as I cook and bake my way through the pile of recipes that I've collected. Read more.
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