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Crinkle Top Fudgy Brownies

By: Erin Corn
Updated August 17, 2020
Crinkle Top Fudgy Brownies
Crinkle Top Fudgy Brownies

"You won’t miss boxed brownies with these delicious, fudgy brownies. They are dense, chewy and super chocolate-y thanks to dutch processed cocoa, and they even have the tissue thin, shiny, flaky, crinkly top! TIP: Don't use a stand mixer, as this can ruin the texture of the brownies and destroy the crinkle top. A bowl, spoon or whisk, and old fashioned elbow grease is all you need. how to get a flaky top on brownies Another major woe of switching from boxed to homemade brownies is the frequently lacking shiny, crinkly tops. This is not something we have to live with! Whisking the eggs and sugar together in the begining until it lightens up, before adding the rest of the ingredients will guarantee that tissue paper top. You must beat the eggs and sugar together until the mixture lightens up in color. I do not recommend using a mixer for this, as you can over do it and ruin the brownie’s fudgy texture and flaky top. Opt for the old fashioned bowl and spoon way. Then you can begin folding the rest of the ingredients in. This is a thick, spreadable batter. You’ll need to scrape it out of the bowl and spread it out evenly. It won’t just pour out and settle like a cake batter. Because of this, these are very dense, chewy, fudgy brownies. The way every brownie should be! "

Yields9 large brownies

Preparation Time10 min

Cooking Time25 min

Cooking MethodOven

Cooking Vessel Size8x8 inch baking pan

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