Brown Sugar Brownies

For those of you who love brownies but want to cut back on chocolate (which why in then world would anyone want to cut back on chocolate, but I do hear that there are “people” out there who cannot eat chocolate, bless your hearts) but love brownies. This is a really great brownie recipe that gives you the gooey texture of brownies and the richness of brownies, but without cocoa. Great with Blue Bell Ice cream while still warm out of the oven (the brownies, not the ice cream).

2 sticks oleo, melted

1 box of brown sugar

1/2 cup granulated sugar

4 eggs

2 cups all purpose flour

1 teas baking powder

1/2 teas salt

1 teas vanilla

Mix together butter and sugars. Beat until well mixed and then add eggs, one at a time until thoroughly mixed.

Add baking powder and salt to flour and then mix into creamed mixture.

Add vanilla

Pour into a greased 13×9 pan. Bake at 375 for about 20-25 min or until done in middle. *Experiment and add a cup of peanut butter chips or toffee chips to the mixture when adding the vanilla if you want….

2 thoughts on “Brown Sugar Brownies

  1. These sound wonderful….and really yummy…who would have guessed anyone would not want chocolate…..We think that’s a food group for sure……………..We are off to a wedding in (ugh) Chicago…Triple digits in the weather, so I will need lots of prayers to stay calm …………and Tom will need travel mercy prayers because he is taking me…..hugs,


    • We love Chicago!!!! We love to spend NY eve there with some friends! Have a great time and try to stsy cool!!!eat a chicago dog for me!

      Sent from Trudy K iPhone


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