Hot Fudge Brownie Bread!

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Isn’t it unfair to eat a regular sized hot fudge brownie? Nobody ever ate one brownie and said: “I’m done.” Those things need to be large sized. Enter Hot Fudge Brownie Bread recipe, and things will begin to make sense to you. This recipe for easy brownies is typically added to a bread pan and then baked into a loaf just because sometimes a slice of brownie goes better with a side of coffee. It’s drenched with melted chocolate that gives a thick, fudgy texture to this bread recipe. Also, the fact this recipe doctors up a boxed brownie mix is a bonus because not only will it save time but also save you the headache of measuring every single ingredient. Serve it warm just the way it is as it comes of the oven or add a scoop of vanilla ice cream which is equally a decadent combination. When it comes to simple dessert recipes, perhaps there is nothing better than a mouthful of fudgy brownie. This is the best brownie recipe you can make when you're craving a little brownie slice for a dessert.

Remember a brownie batter of not the same as a cake batter. There is a little window period between baking a gooey brownie and letting it turn to a hard textured cake. That is why, it is vital to note that when you’re baking brownies, always be sure to adjust the oven temperature according to your oven type. Brownies tend to harden up if the oven is too hot. Some ovens have a temperature difference; for instance, they tend to bake about 10 to 15 degrees warmer. Making easy brownies is a thing of practice, but you can also get an excellent result by following some straightforward and easy pointers that can assist you to bake the best brownies ever. To deliver a moist and chewy character in brownies, always combine an additional egg or two. When the brownies are finished baking, you will see the tops of the brownie batter shriveling away from the sides of the pan. If not, you may have to bake it a bit longer. When the brownies are still hot, the middle usually tends to be gooey, but it will firm up once cooled. It's ok when an inserted toothpick does not come out clean but rather with a few moist crumbs on it. If the toothpick comes out neat, then that means the brownies have been overcooked and might harden up further upon cooling.

You could combine chopped walnuts or pecans on the brownies for that crunchy twist. Add chocolate shavings on top as a garnish to give it an edgy look. The options are many with a versatile brownie recipe like this one. As a dairy-free and vegan option for the cocoa powder in this recipe, you can use Ghirardelli semi-sweet chocolate chips. What might be even healthier is, if you opt for dark chocolate chips instead of the regular milk chocolate chips. Chocolate with at least 70 percent or more cacao in it. This implies that there is less sugar and processing in the chocolate and yields maximum health benefits as well. Dark chocolate also contains fiber and iron and a potent source of antioxidants.

Thank you to Amy at the Oh, Bite It! Recipe blog for sharing this Hot Fudge Brownie Bread recipe with us. Do check out Amy’s blog for more simple dessert recipes. This recipe of easy brownies turned into a loaf of bread is a must try for its taste and variation amongst many other brownie recipes that are available today.

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