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Basement brownies gripped my taste buds with an unseen force that literally blew my hair back.
I am always on the prowl for fun and exciting brownie recipes. Seriously, I love them. When I came across these basement brownies I was intrigued. I mean, just look at the name, what does that even mean? Well, after making and tasting basement brownies I really didn’t cae how they were named because they were so good I think I felt my socks leave my feet in a rapturous knock.
Basement brownies are seriously easy to make and require only a handful of ingredients. You get to use a boxed cake mix which always makes things easier. Don’t like boxed cake mixes? Feel free to whip up your own 🙂
Are you ready to make these basement brownies? If so, click on over to the next page and delight yourself in the recipe and how-to video!
Thank you The Recipe Girl and YouTube for this basement brownies recipe!
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Quick Tip: I used Betty Crocker cake mix for these basement brownies but feel free to use any brand that you fancy.