January 25, 2013

Liz makes brownies with butterscotch chips



I had some leftover butterscotch chips from when I made these decadent cookies, so I decided to use them up today.. By making brownies! And let me tell you, these were the easiest brownies I've ever made. Oh, and they were quite delightful! They had a moist, fudgy texture and they melted in my mouth. They tasted heavenly.

Here's what you'll need:
Nonstick oil spray
1/2 cup unsalted butter*
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 1/4 cups sugar
3/4 cup natural unsweetened cocoa powder
2 large eggs
1/3 cup flour
(about) 1 cup butterscotch chips

*If you only have salted butter, then don't add the salt.
Preheat your oven to 325 degrees. Line an 8x8 pan with foil and coat wth nonstick spray.
Melt your butter and mix with sugar and eggs. Then add in the rest of the ingredients and mix until incorporated. Do not overmix. Pour batter into your pan, making sure the top is smooth.
Sprinkle your butterscotch chips over the batter, adding more or less to your liking. (I added plenty.)
Bake until the top begins to crackle. Insert a toothpick when you think it's done. If it's a gooey mess on the end of your toothpick, put it back in the oven; if there are a few moist crumbs on the toothpick, it's done.
Using foil overhang, transfer to a cooling rack. Cut into squares when cooled completely. It's that simple!

Now you can dunk them in some milk!
Happy weekend everybody! What's the easiest dessert you've ever made?
Love, Liz

48 comments:

  1. They look amazing. I love the way you set out your post.
    Katie xx
    http://gravityandshe.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Oh they are. :) Thanks for stopping by!
      Liz

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    1. They were delicious! You should definitely try making them!
      Liz

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  4. fudgy brownies is one of my favorite things! wish we had an over.

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    1. They were definitely fudgy. Super delish. Thanks for commenting, Rachel!
      Liz

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    1. Sure! I'm following you on both. Thanks for stopping by!
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  6. that. last. picture. is. absolutely. amazing. EVERYTHING you've made so far makes me want to make it too!

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    1. Awe thanks Emily! You know, it only took the boyfriend and I three brownies and a thousand pictures to make that "amazing" picture. ;) Thanks so much!
      Liz

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  7. Oh god looks sooooo goooood!! >.<

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    1. They definitely were! You should try making them! Thanks so much for stopping by. :)
      Liz

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  8. Oh my goodness, these look amazing! I sadly don't have an oven to bake them in so I'm just going to have to live vicariously through your pictures... particularly the last one, which is amazing :)
    xox,
    Cee

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    1. Thanks, Cee! It sucks not having an oven. :/
      Liz

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  9. I love brownies!Love your blog, I'm blogging about fashion for guys, would really appreciate if you could check out my blog :)

    I also started following you, hopefully we can follow each other back ?
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    1. Sure, David. Thanks for stopping by!
      Liz

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  10. Will have to try these!
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  11. That last dunk shot had me sold! Yum!!

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  12. yummy! btw, you have a great blog. Love it :)

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  13. Seems that you are really skilled in bakery - what a pity that I´m the opposite. I like - and think can - cooking but baking is a little bit problem for me.

    Also you arranged all ingredients in a perfect harmonic :-)

    Thank you for your effort and showing that.

    xxx
    Rena

    http://dressedwithsoul.blogspot.de

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  14. I am personally not a big fan of chocolate, but I do like brownies and fudge. There's something about the richness of both, plus the crusty, gooey-ness of brownies. Thanks for sharing this!

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    1. Oh, I'm a big fan of chocolate! ;) Thanks for stopping by, Lisa!
      Liz

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  15. Oh, you're killing me! I have been craving brownies these past few days, too. haha

    Great post, Liz! I can not wait to try these.

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    1. Thanks Latrina! Let me know how they turn out for you. All mine are already gone!
      Liz

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  16. I am making these now but wondering what the approximate cooking time is! Is it closer to 20 minutes or 45 minutes?? You never know! I would suggest putting some kind of approximation in your post. Thanks!

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    1. I didn't add a baking time because ovens always vary -- I know mine does. With my oven, it was closer to 45 minutes. Like I said in the blog post: Bake until the top begins to crackle. Insert a toothpick when you think it's done. If it's a gooey mess on the end of your toothpick, put it back in the oven; if there are a few moist crumbs on the toothpick, it's done.
      Liz

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