3 Best Brownie Recipes

Brownies exist in a range of thicknesses, and every baker seems to have a unique perspective on what makes the...

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B rownies exist in a range of thicknesses, and every baker seems to have a unique perspective on what makes the ultimate brownies. Every baker assumes they have the best brownie recipe. Chocolate Fudge Brownies appear to be the most popular ones. It’s determined by the density and the method in which the brownies are cooked. Brownies are remarkable as they cook evenly after they're removed from the oven! Listed below is the best brownie recipe you’ll ever find.

Best Brownie Recipe

  1. Oreo Cookie Brownie


Cookie Layer

  • Melted salt butter - half cup
  • Brown sugar pressed firmly - half cup
  • White sugar - quarter cup
  • Egg - one
  • Vanilla extract - one teaspoon
  • Baking soda - half teaspoon
  • Salt - quarter teaspoon
  • Universal flour - one and a quarter cup
  • Moderately sweet chocolate chunks - one cup 

Brownie Layer

  • Softened salt butter - half cup + two tablespoons
  • Icing sugar - one cup
  • Vanilla extract - two teaspoons
  • Melted, moderately sweet chocolate chunks - half cup
  • Universal flour - three-fourth cup
  • Non-sweet cocoa powder - quarter cup
  • Salt - half teaspoon


  1. Make sure you set the oven to 350 ℉ for preheating. Using butter paper, cover the 9x9 dish.
  2. The cookie batter goes on top. Brown and white sugar, along with melted butter, are combined in a mixer and blended. Whisk in the vanilla essence and egg until everything is thoroughly incorporated. Blend in the salt, baking soda, and flour until everything is integrated. Toss in the chocolate chunks using a spoon or rubber spatula.
  3. Take the prepared dish, and spread the cookie batter at the bottom. The topping should be an arrangement of sixteen Oreo cookies.
  4. Begin by making the brownie base. In a vast bowl, sprinkle the softened butter. Until the batter is smooth, mix the sugar for approximately thirty seconds. Spend the next minute, whisking in the softened chocolate until it's blended well. Mix in the salt, flour, and cocoa powder using a large spoon until everything is infused.
  5. Distribute over the Oreo coating in the dish evenly. Arrange the leftover Oreo cookies over the chocolate dough and add the chocolate chunks.
  6. Bake for about 50 to 55 minutes. Remove from the dish and allow to cool before cutting.

2. Fudgy Brownies


  • Excellent-quality moderately sweet chocolates - eight ounces
  • Softened butter - twelve tablespoons
  • Sugar - quarter cup
  • Eggs - two 
  • Vanilla extract - two teaspoons 
  • Universal flour - third of a cup 
  • Cocoa power - quarter cup
  • Kosher salt - one teaspoon 


  1. Set your oven to 180 °C (350 ℉) for preheating. Use baking paper to cover a 20 cm (8-inch) baking sheet.
  2. Cut chocolates into bite-sized pieces. Microwave 50% of the chocolates for twenty seconds intervals, reserving the remaining for later.
  3. Use an electric hand mixer and create a concoction of cream by mixing sugar and butter in a large mixing bowl. Then whisk the vanilla and eggs for approximately 1 to 2 minutes, or till the batter is frothy and lighter in tone.
  4. Mix in the salt, cocoa powder, and flour after whisking in the softened chocolate (ensure that the softened chocolate isn't very hot). Stir in the remaining ingredients, paying particular attention not to mix too much, as it produces a cakey texture.  
  5. Transition the mixture into the pan after folding in the chocolaty bits.
  6. Cool fully after baking for 20 to 25 minutes, according to how fudgy your preference for brownies is.
  7. Cut and enjoy with a mug of milk!

3. Peanut Butter Crunch Brownies



  • Salted butter, softened - five tablespoons
  • Softened baking chocolate - three ounces
  • Sugar - one cup
  • Eggs - two large
  • Salt - half teaspoon salt
  • Baking powder - half teaspoon 
  • Vanilla essence–one and a half teaspoons
  • Universal flour - three-fourth cup
  • Crunched topping of peanut butter
  • Soft Rice Krispies butter - 1 cup
  • Melted, moderately sweet chocolate chunks- one and a half cups
  • Softened butter - one tablespoon
  • Cereal (Rice Krispie) - one cup


  1. Heat the oven at 350℉ and oil or cover a 9x9 dish with cooking mist.
  2. Combine sugar softened chocolate and butter in a huge mixing bowl with a hand blender. Stir in the vanilla essence and eggs until everything is incorporated together.
  3. Stir in the flour, baking powder, and salt until everything is mixed.
  4. Cook for about 20 - 25 minutes after pouring the brownie mixture into the dish. Turn off the heat, take the dish out, and top with peanut butter. Allow 1 hour for cooling.
  5. Warm up the chocolate chunks to create a sauce. Melt the butter in a mixing basin in fifteen-second intervals. Add the cereal (Rice Krispie) and stir well.
  6. Atop the peanut butter coating, pour the chocolate concoction. Wait 30 minutes for the dish to cool before removing it from the refrigerator.

Brownies are globally enjoyed, with every nation having their own recipes. Now that you have the best brownie recipe, try it out to see which one you prefer! Also check out these amazing Strawberry dessert recipes.