Simple Brownie Recipe

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    Simple Brownie Recipe

     

    These Brownies are nice and moist. I think one of the things I liked most about this Brownie recipe is – most of the ingredients, if you do any amount of baking at all, you will probably have on hand. This is a quick and simple recipe the Family will love.
     
    Ingredients
    1. 1 cup vegetable oil
    2. 2 cups sugar
    3. 2 Teaspoons Vanilla
    4. 4 Large eggs
    5. ½ teaspoon Baking Powder

    6. 2/3 cup Coco Powder

    7. ½ Teaspoon Salt

    8. 1 Cup flour

    9. 1 cup Walnuts (optional)

    Preheat your oven to 350 while you are preparing the Brownie Mix.

      

     

    Simple Brownie Recipe

    Instructions

    1. Mix the oil, sugar, eggs and vanilla till they are well blended.

    2. Mix all the dry ingredients together separately.

    3. Add the dry ingredients to the egg mixture.

    4. Pour into a 9 x 13 baking dish or pan.

    Bake for about 30 minutes or until the Brownies start to separate from the edges of the baking dish or pan.

    Let cool toughly and Enjoy.

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      Comments

      1. Lauren says:

        Wow those look great! And very simple. Thanks for posting. I must make them soon :)

      2. Jennifer says:

        I just took my first bite of these, outstanding! I found your site from TasteSpotting very nice site.

      3. OMG these are talking to me tonight!!! They look so good it is unfair!

      4. Sandra says:

        These look delicious!

      5. ingrid says:

        Those look wonderful, nice and fudgy!
        ~ingrid

      6. Great recipe!! They look delicious!!

      7. Angela says:

        FANTASTICO!!!!

      8. Karen says:

        I needed a recipe that had simple “in house” ingredients for a potluck that night. Since I did not have veggie oil, I microwaved 2 sticks of “Imperial” and that worked!! I was impressed with the taste and it had the perfect brownie consistency – held together and chewy. LOVED THEM – THANK YOU! Sadly I had none to bring back home so have to make another batch soon!

      9. Craig says:

        I just made these brownies. They turned about good. Nothing spectacular but still good from scratch. Thumbs up!

      10. Lianne says:

        if I wanted to use butter, how much would I substitute for oil (I read KAren’s post, but I am here in Australia and quantities that butter comes in are different)? They look soooo delicious. Hoping I will have time tonight to make em! Yummmmmm!!

      11. admin says:

        I am not sure.
        Thanks

      12. che-che says:

        Lianne, 1 cup of oil is 1 bar of butter.

      13. Stephanie says:

        Making these for my boyfriend’s family. i hope they are as good as they look!!!!

      14. teana says:

        Looking through my panrty I found a box of unsweetwened coco powder that I bought a while back. I was thinking what could I bake with this ingredient, then brownies came to mind. I wanted a recipe that was simple. One that I didn’t have to buy a particular item for.
        So this morning I googled simple brownie recipes and found two. This one and another which required more ingredients than I wanted to use. It all came down to the ratings. After looking at the comments for the other recipe, I found this recipe and read all the comments left. I was amazed by what other people had to say, and after taking a look at the picture and scanning the recipe I knew which one I would bake.
        In the late afternoon I decided to make them for myself and my family. Of course as I was pouring the batter into the pan I licked my fingers every chance I got. And it was delicious!
        After a little over thirty minutes I took it out and let it cool, then I put it in a display dish for my family to have. Of course I tried a couple, and let me tell you I will be holding on to this recipe for another time. -It is hard to find simple, yet delicious recipes.-

      15. admin says:

        Thanks for the Nice Write Up on this Recipe

      16. Daniel says:

        Used quinoa flour in order to make them gluten, free, suitable for people on a celiac (coeliac) diet.

        This recipe worked quite well, thanks!

      17. elizabeth says:

        they look great.

      18. hmmmmmm says:

        how many does this make?

      19. Claire says:

        OMG these are AWESOME!! I’VE BEEN MAKING THEM FOR LIKE 3 YEARS NOW AND THEY ROCK!!! I sometimes add chocolate chips for a fudgey flavor, and they are gone in seconds!!!
        Great Brownies, highly reccounmend them to anyone!!
        I wouldn’t use the nuts, they are fine without!!!

        :) YUM YUM

      20. vla says:

        this is great! it only took a while to gather the ingredients and baked great!
        my kids love it. thanks!

      21. Scott says:

        Is the temperature in F or C?

      22. admin says:

        Sorry-temp is in F
        Thanks

      23. Hira says:

        heyy…what is vanilla? is it vanilla sugar?

      24. admin says:

        This recipe is calling for vanilla extract.
        Hope that helps.

      25. Josie says:

        I went to make these brownies and discovered that I didn’t have enough regular sugar and didn’t feel like going to the store, so I used confectioners sugar, I had plenty of that, and . . . BEST SUBSTITUTION EVER!!!! :DDD thought not for those who don’t like things extra sweet, made the texture smoother though :)

      26. Venessa says:

        Omg, the best brownies I have ever attempted to make from scratch! And believe me I have tried a whole lot of different recipes, even tweaked em to make it alil better but these hit the spot. Thank you! It’s definitely a keeper!

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