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Outrageous Brownies

I'm wondering if anyone happens to have the recipe around for Ina Garten's "Outrageous Brownies"? Thanks in advance.

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    1. re: cackalackie

      Thanks so much. It used to be on the Food Network Canada site and when it wasn't there, I assumed it wasn't on the Food Network site either. Thanks again.

    2. It's on the food network site.

      1. Those are SOOOO good! Just make sure you use the exact size pan called for...measure it. Because mine was just a little smaller (I think 1/2") and the brownies overflowed the pan. But they were still incredible.

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        1. re: wyf4lyf

          I am planning to make these tonight, but I figured that I'd make only half of the recipe, since it makes a lot. I was going to use a 13 x 9 pan (rather than the 13 x 18 pan that it calls for).

          If I just cut all of the ingredients in half, will this work out okay? Forgive me, but I don't bake that often!

          1. re: valerie

            I love love love these brownies and always make a half recipe in the smaller pan. Keep an eye on them at the end of cooking because sometimes they finish just a bit sooner than recipe calls for.

            Enjoy the chocolate high!

            1. re: valerie

              Valerie,
              I have even gone so far as to make a 1/6 recipe in my little square 6" corningware baking dish, so the answer to your question is.... yes, it scales. :-)

            1. re: Funwithfood

              The difficulty level listed on the Food Network site is "expert." Are they really hard to make? I'm no expert!

              1. re: cherie

                Actually, if you do a search, it comes up as "expert", "medium" and "easy". Not sure why!

                http://web.foodnetwork.com/food/web/s...

            2. These brownies freeze well too. You can pull one out of the freezer for those "chocolate emergencies"!!