Thursday, February 19, 2009

Bonus Post::Triple Chocolate Brownies

This recipe is so easy, cheap, yummy and makes a ton! I don't love super rich brownies and these fit my taste perfectly. They are very moist (and stay moist for days) and more "cake-like" than "brownie-like."

Trust me, this recipe is a MUST HAVE for your recipe box. I try to keep these ingredients on hand in case we invite friends over for last minute dessert. This is a staple! Enjoy!


This is what you need:

2 cups milk, 1 package chocolate chips, 1 chocolate cake mix, 1 package of chocolate pudding (4 serving size)
If you buy all of these ingredients at Aldi, it adds up to about $2.30.

Step 1: Pour all your ingredients into a mixing bowl.

Step 2: Mix with a spoon until blended


Step 3: Grease a cookie sheet very well (Your cookie sheet needs to have about 1/2 inch lip) and pour your triple chocolate brownies into the pan.
*Very important- do not use a cake pan for this recipe. If you choose to use a cake pan, it will not bake as directed.


Step 4: Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes.


Enjoy! These are good by themselves or with ice cream, but be careful b/c they will go fast! These brownies make so much that I usually give away 1/2 of the pan and keep 1/2 of the pan for our family.

Cost of brownies: $2.50 (ish) if spent at Aldi's

So the question is... is your family going to be loving on some triple chocolate brownies tonight?!?


6 comments:

Brandi said...

You must have read my mind. I saw you mention this recipe earlier, but did not have directions. I am follow-the-recipe-by-the-book-girl so I needed instructions. These will visit my house this weekend. Thanks for sharing!!

Lisa Shatzer said...

These look really good! I plan to try them. Can you tell us what size baking sheet you used?

Sarah Anne said...

Lisa,

My baking sheet is about 17 inches long x 12 inches wide and 3/4 inch deep.

Hope this helps!

Lisa Shatzer said...

Thanks!! I can't wait to try these!

Melissa said...

I just posted these brownies to my blog! Great job ladies!

~Angela~ said...

So I made these and they were super delicious! Just one question...how do you tell if they are done? I can't tell if I under cooked them or not :) I love your blog thanks for the awesome recipes!