Brownies are a popular American dessert, and recipes such as Caramel-Hazelnut Brownies, Irish Coffee Brownies, Orange-Kissed Chocolate Brownies, and Cheescake Brownies offer you so many options, you can make up a batch every week and still have something a little different each time.
Dark chocolate makes this brownie recipe a grown-up dessert that's perfect for entertaining.
Flavored with touches of bittersweet chocolate, orange liqueur, and a sprinkling of raspberries, these sophisticated brownies are an easy-to-make choice.
The sweet coconut cookie meets rich chocolate brownies in this decadent dessert bar recipe.
For a delicious dessert, try this recipe that perfectly combines caramel, hazelnut, and chocolate into a treat that everyone will love.
Start with a boxed brownie mix or our classic Fudgy Brownies, then go wild with decorations (office-appropriate ones, of course!).
A chewy oat base, creamy filling, and dense chocolate topper add up to the ultimate bar cookie. For a satiny finish, spread the fudge frosting on with a warm metal spatula.
This sundae comes with ice cream, bananas, chocolate-peanut-butter topping, and two individual mini brownies. Yum!
This chocolaty dessert--known to some as Texas Sheet Cake and/or Chocolate-Buttermilk Sheet Cake-- has a rich and decadent flavor.
The title says it all. These ultra-rich brownies are pure indulgence.
Moist and cake-like, these brownies are sometimes called Texas sheet cake. Because the bars are baked in a 15x10-inch pan, you'll have enough to feed a crowd.
As warmly welcoming as the traditional Irish beverage, these brownies have a little whiskey in the batter, a little more in the glaze.
From pretzels to peanuts to dried fruit and chocolate candies, toss any of your favorite trail mix fixings into these decadent chocolate brownies.
Homemade brownies, topped with caramel sauce and vanilla ice cream, make this fudgy dessert recipe worth every calorie.
As if chocolate brownies weren't decadent enough, our recipe adds a cup of crushed Oreo cookies right on top.