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Delicious warm brownies make for a quick family dessert. If you are a dab hand in the kitchen, you might be able to make these in half an hour!

15302 people made this

IngredientsServes: 20

  • 400g caster sugar
  • 225g butter, melted
  • 60g cocoa powder
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 4 eggs
  • 225g plain flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 60g walnut halves

MethodPrep:4min ›Cook:20min ›Extra time:5min › Ready in:29min

  1. Mix all ingredients in the order given.
  2. Bake at 180 C / Gas mark 4 for 20 - 25 minutes in a rectangular 23x33cm greased baking tin.
  3. Cool, and slice into equal square portions.

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Reviews & ratingsAverage global rating:(2002)

Reviews in English (1705)

Just making them now! Just tasted the mix and it tasted AMAZING. I'm only a child and my mum is asleep so thanks for the recipe! Its a surprise for when she gets up because shes really tired! Thankyou xxxx-18 Sep 2012

Really great recipe, very easy to follow and make! Brownies needed 5 mins longer than the stated baking time, but they turn out amazingly, I added chopped milk chocolate to mine instead of nuts.To everyone saying their brownie turned out like cake, I'm afraid your over baking! Brownies are the only thing you should remove from the oven when the middle isn't fully cooked, this gives you the gooey ness.I.e when you poke the middle of the brownie with a knife to see if it is cooked, there should be some residue left on the knife when you remove it from the oven., hope this helps-22 Dec 2012

I cut all the ingredients in half as I didn't want so much, and it wasn't until I was finished mixing that I realised I didn't have a flat tin... cooked them in a cake tin, despite looking nothing like a brownie it still came out perfect! crispy on the top and soft in the middle they weren't too chocolatey but I think this is because I substituted coco powder with hot chocolate powder...I am tempted to use instant coffee next time and try some coffee brownies easy to prepare, easy to clean up and very quick when you fancy a nibble-15 Jun 2012


Quick and Easy Brownies Recipe [Video]

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Making brownies from scratch is very easy! This Easy Brownies Recipe makes brownies that are fudgy, gooey and so delicious. Serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and you're in chocolate heaven!

Are you a chocolate lover? Is life meaningless without chocolate for you? You&rsquore not alone, I&rsquom with you.

Life sucks without chocolate. A little part of me dies inside every time someone says they don&rsquot like chocolate. my love for chocolate is undeniable and I have quite a few favorite chocolate recipes here on the blog such as molten chocolate cake, ooey gooey s'mores brownies, chocolate magic custard cake, double chocolate walnut skillet brownie and surprise snickers stuffed brownies. But what if we just want a quick brownie fix that's not from a box?

That's why I'm leaving this quick and easy brownies recipe here, because these brownies will make any chocolate hater a chocolate lover, I promise. Brownies always make life better, especially when they are quick and fuss free.

This is a simple brownie recipe that will be your favorite go-to recipe. It doesn't require any special baking skills and requires only a few ingredients. You can make it in no time, and have it right away, with a scoop of ice cream, and be very, very happy!


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We've created the perfect brownie by employing a few tips and tricks. Using both semisweet chocolate and cocoa powder gives us the deep and complex chocolate flavor we crave. Cooking the butter until golden brown adds a toasted nuttiness, while the pop of cream provides luscious texture.

Giant Brownie Snack Cake

We super-sized the classic Cosmic Brownies by Little Debbie! This version has a rich fudgy brownie base and is topped with semisweet-chocolate ganache topping &mdash and of course the quintessential candy-coated chocolate chips.

Cocoa Brownies

Alton uses cocoa powder in his brownies to give them a rich chocolate flavor.

Fudgy Marbled Cheesecake Brownies

Combine two favorite desserts in these super fudgy hybrid bars. A wooden skewer makes the marbled effect easy, but you could also use a toothpick or the probe-end of a digital thermometer instead.

Chocolate-Hazelnut Brownies

No chocolate, no problem! You can still make fudgy, rich brownies without one of the most important ingredients. Just use chocolate-hazelnut spread in its place.

Skillet Brownies

Who says skillets are just for frying eggs? Cap off your dinner party with Ina&rsquos brownies, baked and served in mini skillets for both a rustic presentation and less cleanup.

Fudgy Brownies

Melt semisweet and unsweetened chocolate to make these brownies rich with cocoa flavor.

Brownie Cookies

Ree uses both melted chocolate and cocoa powder for a rich, fudgy brownie that she calls &ldquounmistakably chocolatey.&rdquo

Gluten-Free Coconut Flour Brownies

High in fiber and gluten-free, coconut flour is made from ground and fried coconut meat. It can be a great sub for regular flour (but not always in equal amounts) and adds a little coconutty flavor.

Eight-Flavor Sheet Pan Brownie-Cookie Bars

If variety is the spice of life, this dessert, made with store-bought cake mix and cookie dough, offers plenty of delicious options.

Espresso Brownies

Giada doctors up a boxed mix for these quick and easy brownies. Once cooled, frost the brownies with a vanilla-espresso glaze that'll make everyone think you've been baking all day.

Fruit-Sweetened Fig and Walnut Brownies

Sweetened with just dried figs and dates, these chocolaty brownies are super-satisfying and have 5 grams of fiber.

Classic Brownies

Right in the middle of fudgy and cakey, these easy brownies will make either crowd happy.

Peanut Butter Brownie Swirl Cookies

Why settle for one cookie flavor when you can have three? Peanut butter, sugar cookie and fudgy brownie batter are swirled together and baked into one giant cookie, making for a slice-and-bake you'll want to serve at parties and keep in the freezer for a weeknight cookie fix.

2-Ingredient Brownies

The secret to these fudgy two-ingredient brownies is separating the eggs and whipping the whites to stiff peaks before folding in the chocolate. This helps give the brownies structure and also stay moist and airy after cooking.

Glazed Brownies

These super-fudgy brownies get even better when topped with a smooth, silky chocolate glaze.

Peanut Butter Brownies with Salted Pretzels

Creamy peanut butter, crunchy pretzels and gooey chocolate &mdash Valerie&rsquos brownies really do have everything. She whips these up for game day parties, but they&rsquoll fit in just as well at a barbecue or special occasion.

Olive Oil Brownies

Olive oil belongs in brownies. It makes them feel a little grown up and adds a distinct, earthy flavor. It's a great sub for butter, adding monounsaturated fats and a dense, fudgy texture.

Brownie Bottom Cheesecake

Brownie, meet cheesecake. Cheesecake, meet brownie. Two of America's most beloved desserts combine to create a showstopper of a sweet. Now you never have to pick just one.

Three-Ingredient Brownies

Flour, eggs and chocolate-hazelnut spread are all you need to make Ree&rsquos thick, fudgy brownies.

Caramel Brownies

Ree adds dulce de leche to her chocolate brownies and swirls through the batter with a knife to create ribbons of caramel goodness. When they're warm the brownies will seem overly gooey and soft, but they will firm up as they cool. Promise.

Mexican Brownies

Aaron's brownies get their kick from Mexican cinnamon and pequen chili powder. If you can't find pequen, just use cayenne pepper.

Brownie Batter

This batter tastes like a brownie but spreads like peanut butter mix in a little bit to enhance your ice cream or milkshake &mdash or make cookie sandwiches (smush some of the batter in between two soft chocolate chip cookies).

Pecan Pie Brownies

A fudgy and decadent chocolate brownie topped with a sweet and crunchy layer of pecan pie is a match made in heaven. To ensure the layers stay distinct when these two classic desserts come together, the brownie is baked first then the nut filling is layered over it and baked again. In the oven, the syrup seeps into the brownies, keeping them moist and rich. Try serving them with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

S’more Brownies

This mash-up dessert is the perfect treat when the s&rsquomore craving hits &mdash no campfire needed. The brownies act as the chocolate in this recipe, creating a perfectly gooey layer between a graham cracker crust and melted marshmallows.

Mocha Brownies with Coffee and Cinnamon

The addition of instant coffee and ground cinnamon to the batter transforms ordinary brownies.

Brownie Pudding

Ina's 5-star dessert is the perfect combination of crisp brownie edges and a gooey pudding filling.

Hot Chocolate Brownies

These one-bowl brownies couldn't be easier to make, and adding leftover hot chocolate mix is the perfect way to make them extra special. Interested in a Mexican hot chocolate version? Just add 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon to the dry ingredients and sprinkle the top of each brownie with a pinch of chili powder.

Microwave Brownies

Got 20 minutes and a microwave? That&rsquos all it takes (from start to finish) to make these quick-fix brownies.

Banana Bread Brownies

When you swirl banana bread together with fudgy brownies, it's a mashup that takes these two homey favorites to the next level.

Outrageous Brownies

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Slow-Cooker Gooey Brownie Cake

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Fudgy Keto Brownies

No need to deprive yourself of rich and delicious brownies just because you're following a keto diet.

Mexican Hot Chocolate Brownies

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Brownies with Coconut Frosting

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Quick and Easy Brownies Recipe

Some people like them fudgy, others prefer them cakey. Frosted or unfrosted? With nuts or without?

#10. Cosmic Brownies

This Cosmic Brownie is a copycat recipe that is ultra-rich, fudgy, and chewy just like the kind you buy at the store.

To make this copycat Cosmic brownie the ingredients were used are unsalted butter, granulated sugar, brown sugar, cocoa powder, vanilla extract, egg yolk, etc.

For the frosting, there are semi-sweet chocolate chips, heavy cream, and at the last sprinkle some rainbow chip crunch to make them tastier and beautiful.

#9. Cheesecake Brownies

These cheesecake brownies are extra fudgy topped with a creamy cheesecake layer make for an extra impressive dessert that no one will be able to resist.

This brownie is a combination of two favorite desserts which are mouth-watering.

What ingredients are their in the cheesecake brownies?

For Brownies, there are bittersweet chocolate chips, unsalted butter, granulated sugar, vanilla extract, eggs, cocoa powder, cornstarch, salt, and semi-sweet chocolate chips.

For the Cheesecake layer, there are softened cream cheese, sugar, eggs, and vanilla extract.

#8. One Bowl Brownies

These quick and easy brownies recipe is homemade and they are fudgy, chewy, gooey, and chocolaty with shiny crackly tops. After this brownie recipe, you will never buy a boxed brownie mix again.

To make this recipe you need only one bowl and you don’t even need a mixer and I guarantee you they will be a family favorite dessert.

To make this rich and chocolaty one bowl brownies the ingredients were used in this are, melted and cooled butter, granulated white sugar, dark brown sugar, large eggs, pure vanilla extract, espresso powder, kosher salt, chopped chocolate, etc.

#7. Snickers Brownies

You have tried many different types of brownies but these were amazing.

These combining brownie with a classic Snickers bar in an incredible dessert experience with a thick triple chocolate brownie base, layered with gooey caramel and nutty marshmallow nougat and topped with creamy chocolate.

The ingredients used in this Snickers Brownies are chopped semi-sweet chocolate, butter, cocoa powder, eggs, brown sugar, vanilla extract, etc.

For the caramel layer, there are soft vanilla caramels, caramel bites, and evaporated milk.

For the Nougat layer, there is granulated sugar, evaporated milk, unsalted butter, marshmallow fluff, and the last one is crunchy peanut butter or creamy peanut butter.

For the Chocolate layer, there are semi-sweet chocolate chips and vegetable oil have been used.

#6. Buckeye Brownie Bites

While some people can resist homemade brownies but I don’t know anyone who would turn down one of these Buckey Brownie bites.

This chocolate peanut butter happiness is created when peanut butter balls are pressed into a warm bites and drizzled with chocolate to create these brownies.

To make these Bucky Brownie Bite the ingredients were used in this recipe are vegetable oil, granulated sugar, eggs, vanilla, cocoa powder, all-purpose flour, salt, and baking powder.

For Peanut Butter Ball ingredients are softened butter, peanut butter, and powdered sugar.

For Chocolate Drizzle ingredients there are melted butter, cocoa powder, corn syrup or honey, powdered sugar, and milk or cream.

#5. THE BEST HOMEMADE BROWNIE RECIPE

Quick and easy brownies to make from scratch with the real chocolate and cocoa powder so that they are the most decadent, extra fudgy, and dense brownie you haven’t ever tasted.

If you are a brownie lover then you gonna love these easy homemade brownies.

The ingredients used in this recipe are chopped bittersweet chocolate, salted butter, unsweetened cocoa powder, sugar, light brown sugar, large eggs, vanilla extract, chocolate chips, etc.

#4. Caramel Brownies

This caramel brownie is a good homemade version with quick and easy brownies and will taste much better!

These taste like they just came out of the bakery and steal the show at any party, any day, any time.

They are a bit sticky so you have to definitely use nonstick foil when making these and at the last chill the brownies before slicing.

The ingredients are used in this recipe are butter, chopped semi-sweet chocolate, sugar, eggs, vanilla, semi-sweet chocolate chips, caramel, and heavy cream.

#3. Slutty Brownies

These brownies are soft and chewy chocolate chip cookie base with a layer of Oreo cookies and fudgy brownie on top. These Sluty brownie recipe is 100% from scratch and definitely the most indulgent brownie, the most over the top dessert you’ll ever try.

Did you know what are slutty brownie?

These brownies have a layer of chocolate chip cookie dough on the bottom with an Oreo cookie in the middle and a brownie on the top.

To make this Slutty brownie the ingredients used are unsalted butter, brown sugar and white sugar, large egg, vanilla extract, chocolate chips etc.

For the Oreo layer, there are 24 Oreos have been used.

For the brownie layer, there is unsalted butter, semi-sweet chocolate, white sugar, large egg, purpose flour, cocoa powder, and salt.

#2. Fudgy Cookies and Cream Brownies

These quick and easy brownies have the best Oreo flavor and were a huge hit topped with an Oreo-filled white chocolate topping, and they are simple to make and rich.

To make this fudge cookie and cream brownie the ingredients used are coarsely chopped semi-sweet chocolate, large egg, vanilla extract, dark cocoa powder chopped Oreo, etc.

For cream layer, white chocolate chips, heavy whipping cream, powdered sugar, and chopped Oreos.

#1. Cream Cheese Brownies

If you wanna make a cream cheese brownie then you gonna love it. This brownie is rich, decant, and made with creamy cheesecake. Swirled into thick, fudge brownie desserts recipe that’s super quick and easy brownies to make.

Nothing can beat a classic brownie recipe that’s swirled with sweetened cream cheese and that is phenomenal.

To make this rich, fudge, tangy cheesecake recipe the ingredients were used they are semisweet chocolate, egg yolk, vanilla extract, unsweetened cocoa powder, etc.

For the filling softened cream cheese, granulated sugar, egg yolk, and vanilla extract.


Tips for Making Brownies

As simple as these babies are to make, I&rsquove got a few tips to ensure your success!

  • Melt the butter first and allow it to cool while you get everything else ready to go.
  • Gently whisk the eggs (just with a fork will be enough) so that you&rsquore not overmixing the batter.
  • When mixing, either with a hand mixer or by hand, only mix until you can no longer see Bisquick streaks. Overmixing will make these more like a good chocolate cake than brownies.
  • If using a stand mixer, mix on the stir setting with the paddle attachment.
  • When baking, check after 18 minutes and then every few minutes after that, so they don&rsquot overbake.
  • Use a good quality cocoa powder for a full and rounded chocolate flavor.
  • Try adding a teaspoon of espresso powder to boost the chocolate flavor. You can even make your own if you&rsquore feeling up to it.
  • If you have the option, try baking in a light-colored pan for a lighter overall bake.
  • If using a glass dish, you may need a few extra minutes of bake time since the container is thicker.
  • It won&rsquot be easy, but try to let the whole thing cool completely before you cut for cleaner slices.

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These brownies were awesome! Super easy to make too!

They turned out great however next time I'm going to try regular cocoa to see if you get a more chocolately taste.

These brownies were incredibly good! I would make them every day if i could!

These are one of the best brownies. It's a bit different from the usual brownie but it's one of the best I've had. Cut them in little cubes and roll them in powdered sugar and pop them in the freezer and have them ready for company or sneak one for yourself once in a while.

These brownies are excellent! I love them! I used Ghiradelli hot choc mix & hershey's choc chips. Luckily I made a double batch & used a 11x14 pyrex baking pan because my husband loved them too! More than once he said that these are the best brownies he ever had. I cut them & wrapped them in plastic wrap & put them in a freezer bag in the freezer. We just heat them in the microwave an enjoy them whenever. I joined epicurious specifically to write this review & to thank Christina for publishing the recipe - thank you.

I am surprised the reviews of this recipe aren't more positive. I have made this recipe several times, always to rave reviews. Just last night a "foodie" friend that was over for dinner rated them the best brownies he had ever tasted. I will say, though, that I tried varying the recipe, and they didn't come out well. I recommend following it to the letter. Yummy yummy brownies!

I must say, this is a great recipe. I cook with my small girls on a regular basis, so I try not to use box mixes of any kind,hoping they will grow up knowing how to do something in the kitchen. We use whole wheat flour for everything and this was no exception. I thought it was simple and delicious. I did add a few more choc. chips though. If you just want brownies and don't have a mix, this will certainly do the trick.

These brownies were very easy to make! They had a very gooey texture (which we liked) but did not taste as chocolately or sweet as other brownie recipes. These are great to make if you run out of cocoa.

Very quick & easy! Substituted half the chocolate chips for peanut butter chips and they were so yummy! Will definitely make them again!

This was a tasty and easy to make recipe. The brownie could have been moister but overall I would make it again as everyone enjoyed them.

True, these aren't the most delicious brownies ever, but they are very good and very easy. And true to their name, they are very quick! I have made them multiple times always with good results. A great recipe to have on hand when you need something yummy fast. Be very careful not to overcook.

This recipe was a bit unconventional, but in the end, they were good brownies. I would definately make them again.


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Tips for the Best Brownies

  • Use dark chocolate cocoa powder. As I mentioned above, I think dark chocolate cocoa really takes the chocolate in brownies to the next level.
  • Don’t over bake. It’s better to pull your brownies out too early than bake them for too long. Bake them until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out with just a few crumbs attached. If you’re unsure, just go ahead and take them out of the oven. They will still cook a bit as they cool.
  • Let them cool. These brownies are seriously good, but give them a chance to cool so that you can get that cakey, chewy texture. Plus, they will be easier to slice if you let them cool.


Best Brownie Baking Tips

How to Make Brownies with Shiny Thin Crust

You know that tissue-thin shiny crust on top of brownies that we all love and want? It’s easier to achieve than you might think. I show you how to do this in detail in the video above.

But the basic idea is to beat the eggs and sugar in the batter extremely well to create a sort of foam. I discovered that I can short cut my way to that shiny crust by whisking the the wet ingredients extremely well, until the batter itself is ultra smooth and shiny. I’ve actually got an entire article dedicated to achieving crinkly crusts in brownies – check it out here!

How to Make Chewy Fudgy Brownies

Although my goal for this recipe was to make EASY homemade brownies, I still wanted them to be chewy. For the first batches I made I found the brownies to be delicious, but lacking a bit of that chewiness I wanted. So I added an extra egg yolk to the recipe and it was the perfect simple way to achieve that extra chewy texture. Why the yolk? The fat and protein in the yolk helps to create a rich and chewy texture.

If you don’t want that chewiness, or don’t want to deal with adding an extra yolk, feel free to skip it.

For fudgy brownies, it’s important that the batter is very moist and rich. That’s why we use a relatively small amount of flour and cocoa powder. Enough flour to provide structure and chew, but not too much that the brownies are dense or cakey. Enough cocoa to provide that rich chocolate flavor, but not so much that the brownies are dry.

Measuring = everything

To ensure you don’t accidentally add too much flour or cocoa (which is very easy to accidentally do), I would recommend using a digital kitchen scale. At the very least, be sure to lightly spoon your flour and cocoa into your measuring cup so you don’t unintentionally compact too much into the measurement.

Why Your Pan is SO Important

For this recipe I highly recommend using a metal baking pan. I like this baking pan, or any quality metal baking pan that isn’t too dark in color. The darker the color, the more likely you are to burn the edges or have dry edges.

Glass or ceramic baking pans will take LONGER to bake these brownies, and the texture may become more dense.

I like to line my pan with parchment or foil, leaving an overhang so I can easily lift out the entire pan of brownies to cut and serve.

Can I Double the Recipe?

You can easily double this recipe and bake in a 9 by 13-inch metal baking pan for about 35 to 40 minutes.

Brownie Baking & Storage

Do NOT overbake brownies. There should absolutely be moist crumbs attached to a tester by the end of the baking time. Err on the side of underbaking here. The brownies definitely taste best the day they are baked, but can be stored in an airtight container for up to 2 days at room temperature or up to 4 days in the fridge. They are even more fudgy when they’re chilled. You can microwave them for a bit to serve them warm too. It’s up to you!

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Ingredients of Brownie

  • 1/4 cup all purpose flour
  • 1/4 cup yoghurt (curd)
  • 1/4 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 tablespoon chocolate chips
  • 1/4 cup vegetable oil
  • 1/4 cup powdered sugar
  • 1/8 cup cocoa powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla essence
  • 1 tablespoon chopped walnuts

How to make Brownie

Step 1

To make this delicious brownie recipe, take a large glass bowl and add sugar in it. Then add vegetable oil and whisk it properly. Then, sieve maida and all the other dry ingredients like coca powder, baking soda, baking powder together.

Step 2

Once done, mix the dry and wet ingredients together in bowl. Give it a nice stir. Then add vanilla essence and melted chocolate or chocolate chips. Meanwhile, preheat the oven at 180 degree Celsius for around 7-8 minutes. Grease a baking pan and pour the mixture into it. Then garnish it with walnuts.

Step 3

Place the baking pan inside the oven and bake it for at least 30 to 35 minutes at 180 degree Celsius. After 30 minutes, insert a toothpick inside the batter. If the toothpick comes out clean, your soft, gooey brownie is ready to be served. Serve hot with chocolate sauce or vanilla ice cream. You can make it even more interesting by preparing a dark chocolate ganache, to make this you will need fresh cream, milk, butter and dark chocolate bars. Pour this concoction on the freshly baked brownies and garnish with roasted almonds and walnuts. This will make your brownies super delicious. So try it today!