Cosmic Brownies

The secret behind the delish!

Cosmic Brownies

The chewy dark fudge squares topped with frosting and candy coated chocolate chips. Six twin-wraps per box every kid or adults craving that is sometimes irresistible. I'm here to tell you what the secret is behind the delish treats with a grey back story.I will tell you the ingredients,nutritional value a healthier way to make them and a article that helped me with this a lot.,

The Nutritional Value

Calories 280.0 Total Fat 11.0 g Saturated Fat 4.0 g Polyunsaturated Fat 0.0 g Monounsaturated Fat 0.0 g Cholesterol 10.0 mg Sodium 160.0 mg Potassium 0.0 mg Total Carbohydrate 42.0 g Dietary Fiber 1.0 g Sugars 24.0 g Protein 2.0 g

A Healthier Way!

A healthier way to make cosmic brownies!! Using a combination of both regular sugar and brown sugar will help keep these brownies extra moist. Beat the sugars along with the butter and vanilla until light and fluffy. This not only helps the sugar to dissolve but also helps create a soft and chewy texture. The addition of two eggs also keeps these brownies nice and dense. And if you’re like me, dense brownies are the best brownies!

Now on to the dry ingredients. I used all-purpose flour and natural unsweetened cocoa powder. Actually made these brownies with a special dark cocoa and a Dutch cocoa, but they do not taste like Little Debbie Brownies. If rich and dark is your thing, go for it. If you’re looking for an exact copycat, stick with the natural! I played around with the recipe a bit and decided that a little bit of cornstarch helped give these brownies the perfect texture. It helped make them more fudge-like. In my opinion, it’s absolutely necessary so don’t be tempted to ditch it! Most of my brownie recipes don’t include baking powder but for this particular one it helps lift these ever so slightly. Add some salt to enhance the flavor of the chocolate, whisk everything together and incorporate it along with the milk. Spread these into the prepared pan, put them in the oven to bake and then let them cool. Whip up the panache, pour over the top


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