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January 10, 2011


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Those sound positively divine. As soon as we finish up the leftover holiday candy, I must give these a try!

Espresso powder.......where can I buy this at (as I am challenged when searching for ingredients. And impatient)?

Those sound amazing...adding another recipe to my list to try!

Looks delish! Finding the perfect brownie recipe is on my to-do list for 2011, so I'll have to give this one a go!

Espresso powder can be found at many (but not all) grocery stores. I had to try three in my town before I found some. You can use finely ground coffee too. It really enhances the chocolate flavor, and a little goes a long way so once you find a jar it will last you a while. :)

I'm a little pregnant right now (34 weeks) and I NEED these right this minute. The food on this blog is sometimes too good to be true!

Thanks so much for the info on the espresso powder! I live in the same lovely town that you do, so surely Dillon's or Harter House have it.

These look so good.... I might make some tonight just for fun, and because I've been wanting to bake something since the holidays ended. Yum!

I totally missed the bandwagon on the question post (found your blog a little too late!) but would like to ask one now if it's ok! I have a 9-5 job but dream of opening a bakery someday. Can you talk about what your job is like day to day, what sort of hours you work, whether you do all the baking and selling yourself, etc? It sounds like a dream job - is it?

These look so yummy! Must try them out sometime soon :]

This is a must-try! They look so good!

oh...those look so good! :)

Yum! Brownies are my weakness...and these look pretty delish! Can't wait to give 'em a try! :)

woooah. these look so dense & good!

Hi. Uh, last night I wanted brownies, but it was late, and I needed chocolate NOW. So I mixed up the brownie mix with water, and ate some out of the bowl. Don't judge, I was desperate. The end. :)

Yum! It's a snow day and I had (most of) what was needed so I thought why not? I made a few changes...cut the recipe in half, used 1/4 applesauce and yogurt spread instead of butter, and I used choc. chips in place of shaved dark. Even with the adjustments they were amazing!!! Can't wait to try these again on a non-snow day so I can run to the store for those items I don't have on hand. But I think I may keep the lower fat butter-alternative year's res and all. Mine were way, um, taller? Fatter? They rose about two inches. I liked the way yours looked. What in the heck did I do wrong?

And I think I found espresso powder at Dillon's.

I made these last night and they are very good! Thanks for the recipe! :)

Love this recipe. Just made them tonight. It was the first time I've ever made brownies and they turned out pretty nice. Though I put white chocolate on instead of dark. Still awesome though.

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