One Bowl Brownies Recipes

Game day is near!  Super Bowl Sunday is approaching.  George, my husband, wants a game-day recipe.  Naturally, brownies spring to mind.

–  10 tablespoons (141 g) unsalted butter – 4 oz (113 g) bittersweet chocolate, chopped – 1 cup (150 g) coconut sugar – 2 large (100 g) egg – 1 teaspoon (4 g) pure vanilla extract – 2/3 cup (120 g) all-purpose flour – 1/4 cup (25 g) unsweetened cocoa powder – 1/2 teaspoon (2.5 g) salt



No football viewing is complete without a brownie.  So here are my one-bowl brownies.  They're easy to make with basic ingredients and no mixer!  Is that easy?


It's true that homemade brownies are superior than boxed ones!  The chocolate taste is unmatched.  Bittersweet chocolate (stronger than semisweet) is used in this recipe. 


you can use instead) and unsweetened cocoa powder.  As a last step before pouring your brownie mixture into your baking sheet, add a cup of chocolate chips or nuts for texture.


Neither baking soda nor baking powder are used in this recipe.  Add these ingredients to brownie mix for a cakeier brownie.  I omitted leavening agents to make these one-bowl brownies fudgy.


It might be difficult to tell when brownies are done.  Set your timer for 23 minutes (then inspect your brownies when the kitchen smells like chocolate!).


Pull a toothpick from the brownies' center to find moist crumbs.  If the toothpick comes out wet, brownies need extra time.  


An uncontaminated toothpick implies overbaked brownies.  Underbaking brownies is usually better than overbaking them. Double the recipe and bake the brownies in a 9-inch by 13-inch pan for 35–40 minutes to serve more people.


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One Bowl Brownies Recipes