Non-stick brownie pan with dividers or 12 by 8 pan with parchment paper
Double Boiler Ingredients
¼cupButtercut into pieces
¼cupOlive OilBertolli Extra Light
8ouncesDark Chocolate ChipsHershey’s Kitchens Special Dark
½cupDark Brown Sugar
3Eggswhisk to combine
Topping Ingredients (Optional)
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Bake between 22 and 30 minutes until brownies reach an internal temperature of 195 degrees.
A non-stick brownie pan with dividers typically bake in less time than a traditional baking pan.
Prepare a 12 by 8 pan with parchment paper - leaving some hanging over the sides to lift the brownies out of the pan. Or spray a non-stick brownie pan and divider with non-stick spray.
Ultimate Gooey Chocolate Brownies Instructions
Sift the flour into a small bowl. Add remaining dry ingredients to this bowl.
Prepare a double boiler pot.
In a medium sized bowl that is heat safe, combine the butter, olive oil and chocolate.
Place over the small pot of simmering water.
Stir occasionally until the mixture is fully melted with ingredients combined. About 4-minutes.
Let the mixture cool slightly but not completely.
Add the dry ingredients to the chocolate mixture.
Add the remaining wet ingredients of eggs and vanilla.
Pour the chocolate mixture into prepared baking pan.
Add any desired toppings before baking - optional.
Bake between 22 and 30 minutes until a toothpick comes out slightly dry or until the internal temperature meets 195 degrees.
Remove from the oven.
Let cool in the pan before cutting.
If using a non-stick brownie pan with divider - cool ten minutes then remove the divider using oven mitts. Cool another 40-minutes before removing brownies from the pan.
Calories are approximate and depend upon serving size and ingredients selected. Optional ingredients are not included in the calories. Cost per serving can vary based upon the price of ingredients. Optional toppings are not included in the cost per serving.This recipe is made with pastry flour. Many people use All-Purpose Flour; however this recipe was not tested using that specific flour.Recipe TipsBelow are the modifications for different types of brownies. All other ingredients and instructions remain the same.The Most “Wet” Gooey Brownies (Extreme Yellow)