February 26, 2021

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Alabama Newscenter — Recipe: Scratch Brownies with Chocolate Ganache : The Alabama Weather Blog

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By Stacey Little
Southern Bite

When my wife and I were dating, one of the first meals she cooked for me was on Valentine’s Day. It was an amazing meal of meatloaf and mashed potatoes and was followed up by brownies with chocolate icing. To this day, we still talk about those brownies. So, when it was time to come up with a Valentine’s Day recipe, I was reminded of those brownies and decided to share. For these, I’m sharing my Scratch Brownies recipe from my cookbook. They are super easy and one sweet reader even messaged me that they’ll never use another brownie mix after trying them. That’s quite the compliment. And don’t be intimidated about the ganache. It sounds complicated but it’s as easy as stirring things together – I promise. And it really puts these brownies over the top.

Now, after my brownies cooled completely, I flipped them out onto some wax paper and cut them out with the same heart-shaped cookie cutter that Heather used all those years ago, but it’s certainly not required. You can leave them in the pan and simply spread the ganache over the top if you want the standard square brownies. I was just being nostalgic with these.

Y’all enjoy.

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2021-02-14 16:00:52

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