No, I am not dabbling with food and cooking.  I am not that ambitious yet.  I know I can soften food, very well, I say.  However, I do not think that that ability is good enough to pretend to be a food blogger. 😀  The only reason I posted a brownie is because Beth of I Should be Folding Laundry posted a photo challenge for “SOMETHING YOU DID”.  Now,  I have done so many things in my life, many of them not photo-worthy, if they could be photo subjects at all.  😉

Yesterday, Father’s Day, I baked this brownie  to finish our Father’s Day meal.   This is THE Brownie for us:  moist, chocolatey, very chocolate-y,  rich brown, crusty.  The flavor and texture just explode in  the mouth.   The recipe is from the King Arthur Flour package.  Because I am lazy, I photographed it for you, just in case you will be interested to make this after my very generous endorsement. 😉

Oh, for this recipe, I used Ghirardelli cocoa powder, not the Dutch-pressed cocoa powder that was in the ingredient list.


Thank you for dropping by and have a great day.


23 thoughts on “THE BEST BROWNIES. EVER!

  1. Mmmmmmmmm. Putting that on my to-bake list. Thanks for sharing. I’m always a sucker for great recipes, and sweet and chocolaty ones at that!

    1. Welcome, Sandra.
      One great tip: Try to taste the brownies while they are a tad warm – the melted chips will go ooze in your mouth.

  2. wohooo…I love this cake very much and been so keen to make it but haven’t yet got a chance.

    Thanks for sharing the recipe. 🙂

  3. interesting! Do you think that the chocolate chips give it that extra chocolately-ness (as well as making them fudgier, rather than cake-y?)

    Considering how quick and easy this looks, it has made the list! Thanks!

    1. Yes, I think that the chocolate chips both adds flavor and liquid to make the baked product fudgy.
      And yes, it is easy to make – which is important for me. 😀

  4. Thanks for posting…I’m going to make a note of this. Brownies can be tricky! My hubby (chef by training, has worked in the food industry our entire marriage) swears by King Arthur flour.

    1. Welcome, Colleen.
      My in-laws, who make their own bread, prefer King Arthur flour too. My family is not so loyal sometimes because KA is more expensive than the other brands. But I remember us complaining one time that our bread did not turn out as well when we used a different brand of flour.

    1. Hi Annmarie. Thank you for dropping by. 🙂
      I think I have made this brownie using the Dutch cocoa too, or maybe just the ordinary Hershey cocoa. I think it turned out well too.

    1. I’ll go visit that site too.
      Your surname sounds familiar but it is spelt differently in our area. How nice that you are from Batangas as well. I am in an area between Bauan and Batangas City.
      Thank you for visiting my blog, by the way. I got carried away by our being from the same province. 🙂

    1. Thanks, Sophi Belle for your visit and comment. I also visit Pioneer Woman for her recipes. She has a lot of great ones there. 🙂

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