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Triple Chewy Fudgy Brownies

Homemade brownies knock the boots off anything from a box. Give these Triple Chewy Fudgy Brownies a try, and you’ll never look back. 

triple chewy fudge brownies

I know it’s hard to beat the ease of boxed brownie mixes. I used to be a die hard Ghriradelli fan, and if a sister makes me a plate of them, I won’t turn ’em down.

I also know many hail Betty or Duncan as their brownie heroes. This is a judgment free zone, and all brownie eaters deserve a cyberhug. Plus, brownies sport a free spirit. Some are cakey. Some are fudgy. Others rest under globs of ice cream or ganache.

There’s a time and place for all walks of brownies, but today we’re noshing on the chewiest, fudgiest, chocolatiest brownies ever loved in our home.

I’m pretty much a Plain Jane when it comes to sweets. I don’t need lots of frills or add-ins for brownies. (Yet I repeat: I certainly won’t turn down dressed up brownies if you offered me some, because that would be crazy.)

I like my brownies uber chocolatey, chewy, and very fudgy. A bit of gooey is good. Nothing else except maybe powdered sugar sprinkled on for vanity’s sake.

And always a thin layer of crispy, crackly exterior on top. Like so…

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I’ve busted out my baking moves on many a brownie recipe in my lifetime, and I’ll have to say this recipe is always the hands down winner.

Nothing artificial, no funky ingredients, no box-y taste. There’s such a thing.

Go for it. Do a blind taste test for a brownie showdown. It’s wonderfully fun and nobody will complain about having to try allthosebrownies.

I promise you’ll immediately taste the difference between homemade vs. boxed in a tummybeat.

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And what about all the leftover boxed brownies…what to do with those?

Well, you could always pour on the globs of ice cream and syrup.

These homemade ones won’t need it. #keepitreal  (wink) 😉



Triple Chewy Fudgy Brownies

Yield: 20-30 1x


  • 1/3 cup (1 oz) Dutch processed cocoa (unsweetened)
  • 1 1/2 tsp instant coffee granules
  • 1/2 cup + 2 TB boiling water
  • 2 ounces unsweetened good-quality chocolate, chopped fine
  • 1/2 cup + 2 TB vegetable oil
  • 4 TB regular butter, melted
  • 2 large eggs + 2 large egg yolks
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 2 1/2 cups (17.5 oz) white sugar
  • 1 3/4 cups (8.75 oz) all purpose flour
  • 3/4 tsp table salt
  • 6 oz good quality mini chocolate chips


  1. Adjust oven rack to lower middle position and preheat to 350F. Line a 9×13 baking pan with long sheets of foil so that excess foil hangs over edges of pan for easy removal later on. Push foil into corners and up sides of pan, smoothing foil against pan. Grease foil generously and set aside.
  2. Whisk cocoa, espresso powder, and boiling water (measure out correct amount from your kettle of boiling water) together in large bowl until smooth. Add unsweetened chocolate and whisk until chocolate is melted. Whisk in oil and melted butter. Add eggs, egg yolks, and vanilla. Continue to whisk until smooth and incorporated. Whisk in sugar until thoroughly incorporated. Sprinkle salt and flour into batter and fold with rubber spatula until just combined. Fold in mini chocolate chips.
  3. Transfer batter into prepared pan evenly. Bake for about 35-40 minutes. It’s done when toothpick comes out with moist crumbs attached; should not come out clean. Do not overbake, or brownies may be dry. It will seem underbaked, but will set to fudgy consistency upon cooling.
  4. Transfer pan to wire rack and cool for 1 1/2 hours if pan is metal; 20 minutes if pan is glass. Very gently remove brownies from pan using foil sling. Return brownies to wire rack and let cool completely. Cut brownies into squares; you may have to gently peel foil off bottoms.
  5. Notes: If you have a kitchen scale, use it to get the most accurate results

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    Source: Chew Out Loud, adapted from Cooks Illustrated Cookbook

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      • taylor

      do you add both 1/2 cup and 2 tb of boiling water? As well as the oil, do you add both 1/2 cup and 2 tb of oil?

        • chewoutloud

        Yes, Taylor, add both 🙂 Enjoy and hope you love these!

      • Anna

      Hello! 🙂 I can’t wait to try this recipe, it looks so delicious and fudgy! A quick question though, by ‘foil’, do you mean aluminium foil or just regular baking paper like parchment paper?

        • chewoutloud

        Hi, Anna! Great question; yes, aluminum foil is what I used, but parchment paper works great too! Can’t wait for you to try these 🙂

      • Rocelle

      Hi 🙂 What does TB means?

        • chewoutloud

        Rochelle, it refers to Tablespoon. Thanks for being here today, and hope you love the recipe! Happy brownie baking and eating 🙂

      • Rachel

      Hi! Will the chewiness be affected if i reduce the sugar?

        • chewoutloud

        That’s hard to say, Rachel, but I think if you reduce it by a minimal amount, it won’t affect the texture too much. If you reduce it by a significant amount, the texture could be affected. They’re super delicious, I’m so excited for you to try them 🙂 Thanks for coming over today, Rachel! 🙂

    • I love good chewy fudgy brownies and these look exactly that type! Pinning!!

        • chewoutloud

        Thanks so much, Ami! So glad you came over 🙂

      • marlymcb

      These brownies look outa this world crazy good. You’re on my list now – favorite sweet bloggers list! 🙂

        • chewoutloud

        Yipee Yay, Marly! So glad you’re here 🙂 🙂

      • Thalia @ butter and brioche

      I seriously am just drooling here over the images of these brownies.. they look so dense, fudg-y. gooey and delicious. Just how I like them!

        • chewoutloud

        You’re my kind of brownie eater 🙂 🙂

      • thehungrylinguists

      Giving up chocolate for lent seems like a very silly idea having seen this post!! Maybe it will be an Easter treat for myself 🙂 Camilla

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