Monday, November 21, 2011

Symphony Brownies

I was busy cruising around my favorite food blogs and came across this recipe for Symphony Brownies, which originated from Paula Deen. It is so simple, two ingredients, and they are delicious. I have not actually heard of the Symphony Candy Bar, but I have been missing out, they are so delicious.

Brownie Mix of your Choice (I swear by Ghiradelli Brand and used one with nuts for this)
2-3 Symphony Candy Bars

Make your brownie mix according to package directions, (the Ghiradelli Brand only makes enough batter to use a 9X9 or 8x8 Pan)

Place aluminum foil in your pan and up the sides, get it in there nice and tight. Spray with non stick pan spray

Pour half your brownie mix into the bottom of the pan, then layer in your Symphony Bars

Pour the remaining half of the batter in top and bake according to the package directions.

Mine took longer that the package suggested, let cool, remove by using the foil, and cut when entirely cool.

They are very rich!


Sabina Sala said...

I love this brownies

Lyndas recipe box said...

Yum! It's been along time since I've had a Symphony bar, so know I'd love these brownies.

Anonymous said...

MMMMMMMMMM,...thse brownies look to die for,...really!

I hope all is well, Cheryl! I have missed you !!

teresa said...

oh drooooool, those are a must have for the holidays!

The Blonde Duck said...

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Bo said...

I've made these before...They are really delicious!!!

Pam said...

Oh my... they look decadent and addictive! I'll have to check out the Symphony bars.

Hope all is well. Miss you guys & the hood. xoxo

Isa said...

I love brownies - specially when they are sooo easy to make :-)

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