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    Default Kitchen Sink Brownie Recipe

    HELP ME!!!!!!!! I cannot find my Christmas with SL book 2007..and it has the kitchen sink brownie recipe in it! Does anyone have the book handy??

    Thanks!

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    Yes!

    Give me a few minutes and I'll post it.
    "So many sweets, so little time!" - Me

    "Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans." - John Lennon

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    Kitchen Sink Brownies:

    1 1/2 C AP flour
    1 C unsweetened cocoa
    1/2 t. baking powder
    1/4 t. baking soda
    1/4 t. salt
    1 1/2 C butter, melted
    1 1/2 C granulated sugar
    1 1/2 C firmly packed light brown sugar
    4 large eggs
    1/4 C brewed espresso or French roast coffee
    2 t. vanilla
    1 C chopped cream-filled chocolate sandwich cookies (10 cookies)
    4 (1.45-oz.) milk chocolate candy bars with almonds, chopped
    1/2 C dark chocolate morsels
    1/2 C white chocolate morsels
    1 C pecan pieces, toasted

    Coat a 13" x 9" pan with cooking spray. Line pan with foil, allowing ends to hang over short sides of pan. Tuck overlapping ends under rim on short sides. Coat foil with cooking spray. Set aside.

    Combine first 5 ingredients in small bowl.

    Beat butter and sugars at medium speed with an electric mixer until smooth; add eggs, coffee and vanilla, beating until just blended. Add flour mixture, beat at medim speed until just blended. Stir in sandwich cookie crumbs and remaining 4 ingredients.

    Spoon batter into prepared pan, spreading evenly.

    Bake at 325, for 55-58 minutes. Cool completely in pan on wire rack. Cover and chill at least 2 hours.

    Carefully invert brownies from pan using overlapping foil as handles; remove foil. Invert brownies again onto cutting board. Cut brownies into squares.

    Yield: 2 dozen

    Note: We like this technique of lining a pan with foil before baking brownies. It makes cutting brownies neat and easy.
    "So many sweets, so little time!" - Me

    "Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans." - John Lennon

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    The brownie sounds good!
    Louise

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    Thanks for the recipe. I'm definitely going to give this one a try!

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    Is it wrong that I actually have a pan of brownies in the oven (my house smells good!), and I want to make these? I'm thinking I might just have to do it!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by outothebox View Post
    Is it wrong that I actually have a pan of brownies in the oven (my house smells good!), and I want to make these? I'm thinking I might just have to do it!!!
    Send me the ones you have in your oven!
    "So many sweets, so little time!" - Me

    "Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans." - John Lennon

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    Cpt. and SweetsLover,
    Thanks so very much for bringing this lovely sounding recipe to our attention. Nezt week, I am going to make these and give 3/4 of it away, but I crave chocolate, and, DH cannot have it so when I go for it, most is given to friends who truly appreciate this.
    Have a good week-end, ALL>
    Sandy

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    Thank you SL! And for those of you who want to try them..they are very good!! OOTB..it is NOT wrong to have brownies in the oven and want these!!!!

    Thanks, Sweet, again!

    Cpt.
    "Some people, no matter how old they get, never lose their beauty - they merely move it from their faces into their hearts"

    Martin Buxbaum



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    Cpt, this served to remind me of those wonderful sounding "Butterfinger Brownies" that I have yet to try. Maybe soon! Did I mention that I love Butterfingers?
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