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You’ll Want To Eat These Brownies And Save Them, Too!
I made a mistake before Christmas. Well, not a mistake, really – I guess I could call it a miscalculation or something… I was planning on baking bundt cakes with nuts to give as presents to my friends and family. Which I did, and I should probably share that recipe at some point, too! Anyway, I ended up buying twice the amount of nuts that I actually needed for those cakes.
I was seeing bundt cakes with my eyes closed already, so I decided I needed to make something else instead. When I mentioned this to my sister, she told me about these incredible nut brownies she had had over at her friends house. Since I had never tried brownies with nuts before, I was immediately interested! I love brownies and I couldn’t wait to combine that chocolatey flavor with the crunchiness of the nuts. They turned out awesome!
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Quick Tip: Use any kind of nuts for these brownies.