Double Chocolate Fudge Brownies


These homemade fudge brownies are so simple to make! This easy fudge brownie recipe yields thick, rich, and fudgy brownies that are practically swoon-worthy! My favorite homemade brownie recipe ever!

These homemade fudge brownies are so simple to make! This easy fudge brownie recipe yields thick, rich, and fudgy brownies that are practically swoon-worthy! My favorite homemade brownie recipe ever! These homemade fudge brownies are so simple to make! This easy fudge brownie recipe yields thick, rich, and fudgy brownies that are practically swoon-worthy! My favorite homemade brownie recipe ever! For all of you chocolate obsessed people like me, this is your recipe. Brownies are one of my favorite desserts in the world, especially if they are fudgy and full of intense chocolate flavor.

And these are insanely delicious.

I’ve been meaning to whip up a batch of homemade brownies ever since I made my Chocolate Chip Cookie Brownie recipe, which I still dream about sometimes. But, anyway, life has been busy and I hadn’t gotten around to testing different recipe variations to find the ultimate brownie. After watching The Pioneer Woman this weekend and seeing her bake up a batch of brownies, I knew I needed to make homemade fudge brownies stat.

These Double Chocolate Fudge Brownies? Better than I could have ever imagined.

These homemade fudge brownies are so simple to make! This easy fudge brownie recipe yields thick, rich, and fudgy brownies that are practically swoon-worthy! My favorite homemade brownie recipe ever! I’ve said this before, and I’ll say it again: I really like boxed brownie mix. It’s easy, incredibly delicious, and it can’t be beat.

Until now.

This brownie is out of control good. And, I know that probably sounds biased, but I’m telling you, it’s fantastic! You can trust me (you should also totally trust my recommendation for these Chocolate Covered Strawberry Brownies…).

I’ve tried and tested different homemade brownie batches through the years, and I found ones that were tasty, but they didn’t quite have the taste and texture I was looking for. They were either too thin, or too cakey, or too rich (which is saying something for me)–my type of brownie is fudgy, chocolatey, and thick. I don’t want gooey or underdone, but perfectly fudgy in the center. I sound like a real brownie snob, don’t I? I don’t mean to be, but I know what I like, so what are you going to do?

Anyway, I found my soul brownie.

These homemade fudge brownies are so simple to make! This easy fudge brownie recipe yields thick, rich, and fudgy brownies that are practically swoon-worthy! My favorite homemade brownie recipe ever! I’m also an edge brownie person, and this recipe cooks the edges and middle evenly, which is hard to find. Usually to ensure the middle isn’t runny, the edges get a little over done. But, with this recipe, I was in edge heaven.

This recipe starts out with melted chocolate and butter. See, how could it not be good? =) Next comes the sugar, eggs, vanilla, salt, espresso powder, baking powder, flour, cocoa powder, oil, and chocolate chips. I know that sounds like a whole lot of ingredients, but they all get thrown into one bowl so it makes doing dishes a breeze.

Back to the baking part, quite a few homemade brownie recipes don’t call for baking powder. Since baking powder is a leavening agent, I think most of these recipes omit it in order to achieve a dense brownie. I find, though, that baking powder does not make these brownies cake-like at all. Instead, the baking powder makes them extra thick.

Now, onto the oil portion. When oil and cocoa powder are mixed together, it creates the same consistency as melted chocolate. Since I used semi-sweet melted chocolate and unsweetened cocoa powder, I wanted some of the unsweetened chocolate to have the melted consistency.

These homemade fudge brownies are so simple to make! This easy fudge brownie recipe yields thick, rich, and fudgy brownies that are practically swoon-worthy! My favorite homemade brownie recipe ever! Happy chocolate indulging!

Yields 12 Homemade Fudge Brownies

Double Chocolate Fudge Brownies

These homemade fudge brownies are so simple to make! This easy fudge brownie recipe yields thick, rich, and fudgy brownies that are practically swoon-worthy! My favorite homemade brownie recipe ever!

25 minPrep Time

25 minCook Time

50 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

    Batter
  • 1/2 cup butter
  • 8 oz semi-sweet chocolate (chips, baking bars, whatever you have)
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 3 eggs
  • 2 tsp vanilla
  • 1/2 tsp espresso powder
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 3/4 tsp baking powder
  • 1 cup flour
  • 4 Tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 1 Tbsp canola oil
  • 1 cup chocolate chips, any kind (I used milk)

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350. Grease an 8x8 baking pan.
  2. Over a double broiler, or in the microwave, melt butter and chocolate together. Once melted, allow to cool about 10 minutes.
  3. Next, add in the sugar, and mix. Add in eggs, one at a time, stirring after each addition. Next, add in vanilla.
  4. Add in espresso powder, salt, baking powder, flour, and cocoa powder. Mix until just combined.
  5. Add in oil and chocolate chips, stir.
  6. Pour into pan, and bake for 25-30 minutes, or until brownies are no longer wet in the middle.
  7. Enjoy with milk!
Recipe Type: Dessert
6.8
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These homemade fudge brownies are so simple to make! This easy fudge brownie recipe yields thick, rich, and fudgy brownies that are practically swoon-worthy! My favorite homemade brownie recipe ever!

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These easy white chocolate raspberry brownie bites are such a cute Valentine's Day dessert recipe! Raspberries are baked inside of the fudge brownies, and then dipped in white chocolate! A rich, decadent dessert that's super simple!

The Ultimate S’mores Brownies

 


19 comments

    • Michelle says:

      Hi, Christine! The espresso powder is 100% optional. I feel like the coffee enhances the chocolate flavor without actually tasking like coffee at all, so feel free to leave it out! Sometimes though, I use cinnamon instead of espresso powder. I like how cinnamon and chocolate taste together, so you could give that a try! 🙂

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