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Make brownie recipes healthier by using less fat and reducing the baking time accordingly to retain the dense texture usually attained by baking with fat. Healthier brownies can also be made with oil substitutes such as ... More »

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To make brownies from scratch, obtain 7 oz. of dark chocolate, three eggs, 6 oz. of salted butter, 7 oz. of soft brown sugar and 4 oz. of flour. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit, and combine and bake the ingred... More »

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Replace eggs in a brownie recipe with 1/4 cup of fruit puree or yogurt per egg in the recipe. These egg substitutes add moisture and bind the ingredients, but do not help with leavening as eggs do. Fruit and yogurt egg r... More »

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Some highly rated brownie recipes are AllRecipes.com's Best Brownies and Food Network's Outrageous Brownies. Both recipes use similar ingredients, but the Food Network recipe calls for instant coffee granules and chopped... More »

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A great location to find free and easy to prepare brownie recipes online as of 2015 is the Food Network site. Recipes for all levels of cooking experience can be found on the site. More »

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Recipes that will feed large groups at Super Bowl parties include brownie recipes, cookies, or granola bites. These types of recipes make large batches at one time and can easily be multiplied to fit the number of people... More »

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Rachael Ray's brownie recipe is appropriate for all skill levels and is quick and easy to prepare. Hershey's Kitchens also has a good brownie recipe. More »

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