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Sour Cream Brownies

Blog post by Renee.

Brownies! Seriously, need I say more?!

The Modern Bakers are now baking cookies, bars & biscotti from The Modern Baker Cookbook.
These brownies are made with bittersweet chocolate chunks that are submerged in warmed butter and then mixed with dark brown sugar, eggs, sour cream, salt, vanilla, flour, and walnut pieces.
N.M. says that the sour cream helps cut down on the sweetness. He’s right. These brownies are perfectly chocolatey and rich without sending you over the edge. In fact, what they’ll do is send you back to the dessert table for another one! They are delicious!

They’re more of a cake-like than fudge-like brownie. I happen to love both kinds, but often cake-like brownies can feel dry out. These were nicely moist. The walnuts were a great addition. Bake these with confidence that you’ll have a happy crowd!



1. {Modern Baker} Sour Cream Brownies « Tea and Scones - March 26, 2012

[…] can find the recipe in Malgieri’s the Modern Baker Challenge on page 274. If you visit the >Brownie page for this recipe you will find some links for others who have made this one. Go! Enjoy! Make these […]

2. gaaarp - January 16, 2012
3. Sour Cream Brownies & Caramel Crumb Bars {ModBak} « Of Cabbages & King Cakes - January 16, 2012

[…] it was not at all unusual for me to decide to bake Sour Cream Brownies and Caramel Crumb Bars from the Cookies, Bars & Biscotti section of The Modern Baker on the […]

4. Kayte - January 12, 2012

Here’s my link for the sour cream brownies: Mark loved them! http://grandmaskitchentable.typepad.com/grandmas_kitchen_table/2012/01/modern-baker-sour-cream-brownies.html

BTW, Renee also made them but I don’t see her link here…Every Pot and Pan is Dirty is her blog.

5. gaaarp - November 27, 2011

Ever the go-getter, here’s Marie’s post on these lovely brownies: http://threecleversisters.com/2011/11/27/modern-baker-challengesour-cream-brownies/

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