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Aunt Dot's Cookbook Collection of Brownie Recipes - cover

Aunt Dot's Cookbook Collection of Brownie Recipes

Dorothy Hawkes

Publisher: Aurora Hills

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Aunt Dot’s Brownie Recipes from her Cookbook Collection are a super selection for the chocolate lover at heart. These delicious brownie recipes are the ultimate homemade dessert. Aunt Dot has tested each to make sure your taste buds will tingle as they are cooking in the oven. Eat all of the brownies without sharing one bite or cook these sweet succulent bars to give away as a gift of love.
 
These recipes are the best brownie recipes for those who love baking. The cookbook includes recipes such as Chewy Chocolate Brownies, Chocolate Cake Brownies, Chocolate Chip Cookie Brownies and even Southern Red Velvet Brownies. Don’t go to the bakery! Free your afternoon or evening for baking these perfect desserts because according to Aunt Dot, homemade is always better.
 
As always, every sugar-filled recipe is simple and easy to follow and has step-by-step instructions. Aunt Dot’s Brownie Cookbook is the sixth book in her series of Sweet and Savory Treats and adds to the list of her Cookbook Collection of Recipes.

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