How to Make Ghirardelli Brownies

Introduction: How to Make Ghirardelli Brownies

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This instructable will teach you how to make delicious triple chocolate brownies. Make them on the holidays and give the entire family a taste of delight with this ultimate recipe.

Step 1: Step 1: Collecting Materials

You will only need some materials. Other basic materials should be available in your kitchen. For 16 Brownies, you will need:

  • 1 pouch of Ghirardelli Triple Chocolate Brownie Mix - Available at Costco or any other grocery store
  • 11" by 7" pan
  • 1/3 Cup Water
  • 1/3 Cup Vegetable Oil
  • 1 Egg
To make 24 extra thick brownies, you will need a 13" by 9" pan and just double all of the ingredients.
To make 48 brownies, you will need a 16" by 12" (half sheet) pan and just triple all of the original ingredients.

Step 2: Step 2: Preparing

Now, you will need to preheat the oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit.

Then, prepare the baking pan by lightly greasing or spraying with non-stick cooking spray.

Step 3: Step 3: Blending

After, you will blend water, oil and egg(s) in the mixing bowl.

Add brownie mix and stir until moistened (about 40 strokes).

Spoon batter into prepared pan and spread evenly.

Step 4: Step 4: Baking

Finally, you will bake the brownies.Add 5 minutes to the bake time if you are using a glass pan. Refer below:

Bake Time for...

16 Brownies: 45-50 minutes

24 Brownies: 50-55 minutes

48 Brownies: 45-50 minutes


Step 5: Step 5: BE CREATIVE!

You can do many fun things with brownies. One idea is creating Stadium Bars.

First, prepare brownie batter as directed in the previous instructions.

Spoon into lightly greased pan (size depends on the quantity of brownie mix)

Sprinkle with 3 cups popped kettle corn, 1 cup salted peanuts and 1/2 cup Girardelli Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips.

Lightly press into batter.

Bake at 325 degrees Fahrenheit for 30-35 minutes.

Cool thoroughly before cutting.

Now you have made 24 spectacular and delicious brownies!

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18 Discussions

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bubeC
bubeC

4 years ago

I lost the recipe box for my DOUBLE chocolate brownies. Do you think that using this recipe for double chocolate brownies would still work? Or is there a double chocolate recipe?

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69713
69713

Reply 4 months ago

Yeah

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RyeseSZN
RyeseSZN

Question 7 months ago on Introduction

So I kind of don't have vegetable oil... Can I use canola oil instead?

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Jaguarius
Jaguarius

Answer 5 months ago

Canola oil is vegatable oil. And yes, you can use Canola, sunflower, vegatable, coconut oil, even butter.

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Christine R
Christine R

1 year ago

I make one package of the brownie mix and use a standard 12 muffin tin. I find they bake quicker, everyone gets the chewie edge and soft centre.

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Dnbdnb
Dnbdnb

Question 1 year ago on Step 1

How do you make the smaller batch of brownies more cake-like? Do I reduce the amount of vegetable oil and/or water and add another egg? It's not posted on the large box of brownie mix I purchased at Costco. Thanks!

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Jayj1410
Jayj1410

Question 2 years ago on Step 2

Is this a fan forced oven?

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alecam85
alecam85

Question 2 years ago on Introduction

Hi, I'm from Mexico and I need to know if in the nutritional bar they include the mixture already prepared??

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Sparkels1
Sparkels1

Answer 2 years ago

Hi, if you look at the Nutrition Facts on the box, (there is a picture at the top of this post) you will see that it lists Calories at 150 and 190. The column starting with 150 is the mix and the column starting with 190 is the prepared mix (all the ingredients combined).

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alecam85
alecam85

Answer 2 years ago

Hi, I need to know if in the nutritional bar they include the mixture already prepared??

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Angel1004
Angel1004

4 years ago

Do you know the recipe for the mix?

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bubeC
bubeC

4 years ago

I lost the recipe box for my DOUBLE chocolate brownies. Do you think that using this recipe for double chocolate brownies would still work? Or is there a double chocolate recipe?

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bubeC
bubeC

4 years ago

I lost the recipe box for my DOUBLE chocolate brownies. Do you think that using this recipe for double chocolate brownies would still work? Or is there a double chocolate recipe?

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BrettB68
BrettB68

4 years ago

I'm using a mini muffin tray. My question in do I need to adjust the cooking time?

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Star baker
Star baker

Reply 4 years ago

what is the cooking time for mini muffin brownies. I have a tray holds 48 mini muffin brownies

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JodieH9
JodieH9

4 years ago

Terrific and easy....The box was thrown out and it was so great to find the recipe here.

Thanks.

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gsaxon
gsaxon

6 years ago

Of you can make them from scratch to avoid artificial flavors in the mix...it's not hard and tastes a million times better.

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ckoehler1904
ckoehler1904

6 years ago on Introduction

Another suggestion is to substitute strong brewed coffee for the water (OR using 1tbs instant coffee) and adding about 1/2 teaspoons of ground cinnamon. In addition, you can also add 1/8 teaspoon of chipotle ground pepper (don't overdo it!) to make Aztek Brownies. Awesome!