Don't dirty extra dishes making brownies. Melt the butter, mix the ingredients and bake these chocolatey delights all in the same pan.
- 1/2 cup butter
- 2 cups granulated sugar
- 1 cup all-purpose flour
- 1 cup chopped pecans
- 4 large eggs
- 4 packets (4 oz. total) NESTLÉ® TOLL HOUSE® CHOCO BAKE® Pre-Melted Unsweetened Chocolate Flavor
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
MELT butter in 13 x 9-inch baking pan in preheated 350° F. oven for 5 to 10 minutes.
STIR in sugar, flour, pecans, eggs, Choco Bake, vanilla extract and cinnamon with a fork until well blended. Smooth batter with spatula.
BAKE for 25 to 30 minutes or until wooden pick inserted in center comes out clean. Cool completely in pan on wire rack.
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this is my kind of recipe!! Easy to do and the brownies are great!!
These weren't the best brownies I've ever made, but they were really easy and easy to clean up.
very yummy and easy
This was a big hit with my family with a dish of vanilla ice cream.
Super Fast and Easy
This recipe is definitely a time saver and good for anyone in a rush to create a fast and easy dessert. Good to take to a potluck too
Thia is my all time favorite brownie recipe. When i need something in a hurry for Church I bake these. Often I put a chocolate buttercream frosting on them.
In The Pan Brownies
This was a very easy recipe. I tried making them in the microwave like one of the reviews suggested and they came out perfect. Great recipe and great tip.
a very good brownie
it is always nice to sit back and have a couple of brownies. and these are very good.
just great. we will be making these again! my family loved them.
In The Pan Brownies
This is the first year I have made brownies for the holidays. They where devoured, none left. I did fallow the recipe, but, I left out the cinnimon. They still turned out delious. I guess I better make another batch of these delightful brownies.
These brownies are good but very thin. I would bake them in a smaller pan and maybe add some dark chocolate chips for a stronger chocolate flavor. We also don't care for the cinnamon flavor but do on occasion like a 1/2 tsp. cherry or raspberry flavoring added with the vanilla.
I Love Making Brownies
These Look Delicious
Also good in the microwave
I have made this recipe for years, using a glass pan, and baking in the microwave for five minutes, then allowing to stand on the counter for 10 more minutes, until done. Do not overbake; brownies will NOT appear to be done when they are removed, but will continue to cook on the counter. They are very rich and good, and never last long at our home!
Quick and Easy
These were nice to have only needed to make them in the pan and it was a lot easier because there was not much mess to clean up afterwards, and they tasted great!
These are very good. My kids loved them.
These brownies are very good and very sweet. The cinammon was a nice touch. They stick in the pan badly though, even with non-stick cooking spray applied liberally beforehand. Perhaps a nonstick pan would help for next time.
In the Pan Brownies
Great tasting and great for beginner bakers. A very easy recipe to make and clean-up. Thanks!!!
The In The Pan Brownies were quick to make; however, they did not come out of the pan as well as I would have liked. I also did not put the cinnamon into the batter - I prefer my chocolate undiluted.