Monday, November 16, 2009

Triple Fudge Brownies

My sister in law Jennie called me and told me
that I needed to make this recipe that was going to be featured
on a local tv show.
So, I recorded the show.
It was on about a month ago.
I really REGRET not making these sooner.
They are SO good!
So, thank you to Good Things Utah and Chef Shamy for this recipe.
If any of you are wanting a major chocolate overload,
Or if any of you are wanting to eat the BEST BROWNIES EVER!
Give this one a try.

Triple Fudge Brownies

2/3 lb butter
6 pieces semi-sweet chocolate baking bar
4 eggs
2 tbsp. vanilla
2 cups sugar
1 1/2 cups flour
1 tsp. salt
2 tbsp. cocoa
2 cups mini chocolate chips

Preheat oven to 350*
(This recipe is for a 9x13 size pan. If you want a 9x9, you will want to half this)

In a microwave proof bowl, melt the butter and chocolate bar for 3 minutes,
in 1 minute increments, stirring inbetween.
In a seperate bowl, combine the vanilla, sugar and eggs.
Once chocolate has melted and is combined, add to the egg mixture.
Make sure to add it slowly, so not to cook the eggs!
Once combined, add the flour, cocoa and salt.
Only mix until all the ingredients are "wet".
Add 1 cup of the mini chocolate chips.

Line the pan with foil.

Grease the foil and coat with baking cocoa.
Pour the browning mixture into baking pan and top with the remaining cup of chocolate chips.
Bake for 30 minutes.

This picture just does NOT do it justice.
It does look like they are still really not cooked enough.
This picture was also taken while the brownies were still warm.
Once they had set for a good couple of hours, they were PERFECT!
So much chocolate and so much goodness.
I had a huge pan and so I was able to give a lot away,
and I got nothing but good reports back on this one!
The only suggestion that I got was to serve it with ice cream.
So, grab a spoonfull of ice cream and ENJOY!


  1. ok KC, if only this had been posted last night when we were all craving something super chocolatey!! Looks good!

  2. I saw this episode and wanted to try the brownies. I haven't gotten around to it either. I think I need to take the chocolate plunge!

  3. I highly recommend these. Chef Shamy promised to make me some for my birthday. Originally he used imported butter from France and a chocolate you cannot order online, you have to pick it up in Italy. Soooo good!

  4. Hey Could i instead of semi sweet chocolate bar use a bittersweet chocolate bar, and is so would I need to add in sugar?


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