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Oooey Gooey German Chocolate Brownies

Our Sunday School class got together Friday night to celebrate one of our sweet sister's birthday. So I brought brownies but decided to make them a new way. They were really delicious! Especially while they were still warm. But divine leftover as well!

German Chocolate Brownies
1 box of brownies (9x13, family size box- I used low fat)
1 can of coconut pecan frosting (german chocolate)
1/2 cup of chocolate chips
ingredients for brownies (on the box)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease a 9x13 pan. In a large bowl, empty the brownie mix. Add chocolate chips and toss them around in the mix. Then add ingredients for brownie (mine were oil, water and one egg but your box may vary). Mix well.

Pour into pan and bake for time on box. Mine was 28 minutes.

Then while the brownies are still hot, spread frosting over them. I used the whole can. Serve and enjoy!

I had such a good time at the party! Lots of fun fellowship and yummy food! Then we played pictionary and that was a lot of fun. It was my second time playing but I really enjoy it!

Happy eating!
God bless,

This is being linked up at Tasy Tuesday at Balancing Beauty and Bedlam and Tempt My Tummy Tuesday.


How scrumptious is that! Yum!
Yummy! I love brownies!

Astrid said…
Yummy! I could probably eat an entire pan of those brownies right now! :)
Lynn said…
These look really good!
Visiting from Jen's party. :) Those look divine!!!
Ave said…
It looks so delicious!
Oh my goodness!!!!!! Looks great.I am glad you joined us for TMTT this week.
my husband love German Chocolate cake. I love brownies so this will be the best for the both of us. Oooey-Gooey brownies look delish!!! Hope you have the time to visit my blog. THANKS!!! Geri
Brenda said…
Oh wow, looks amazing!
Every Friday I have something on my blog called "Taste the World" where I focus on the food from one another country. This month we're doing German food, and this recipe would be perfect! Please come by and leave your link in a comment so I can add it to the running total of German recipes! :)

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