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Brownies are a type of chocolate dessert that originated in the United States in the late 19th century. They are typically square-shaped bars that are made from a mixture of flour, sugar, eggs, and chocolate. The chocolate can be either unsweetened, semisweet, or bittersweet and is often melted and mixed with the other ingredients to create a rich, chocolatey flavor.

The texture of brownies is typically dense and fudgy, with a slightly chewy texture. They can also vary in their level of sweetness, with some recipes being quite sweet, while others are more chocolatey and less sweet. Brownies are often served with a variety of toppings, including chocolate chips, nuts, or frosting.

One of the most popular variations of brownies is the blondie, which is a brownie made with light-colored ingredients such as vanilla or butterscotch. These blondies are often sweeter and have a lighter color than traditional brownies. Another popular variation is the gluten-free brownie, which is made with alternative flours such as almond flour or coconut flour to make them suitable for those with gluten allergies.

Brownies are a popular dessert option for many people, and they can be enjoyed in a variety of ways. Some people prefer to eat them plain, while others like to add a scoop of ice cream or a dollop of whipped cream to make them even more decadent. They are also a popular treat for special occasions such as birthdays, holidays, or parties.

Chocolate and hazelnut brownies

Chocolate and hazelnut brownies

Une recette du chef étoilé Patrick Asfaux
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