Copycat Recipes Applebees Blue Ribbon Brownies

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Blueribbon Brownies
Blueribbon Brownies

Copycat Recipes Applebees Blue Ribbon Brownies

You will need for your brownie dough

1. 4 Cups of Sifted All Purpose Plain Flour

2. 2 Teaspoons Baking Powder

3. 1 Teaspoon Baking Soda

4. 1 Teaspoon Salt

5. 2 Cups Fine Chopped Walnuts

6. 1 1/3 Cup Of Margarine

7. 4 Cups Of Light Brown Sugar

8. 4 Eggs Very Well Beaten

9. 4 Tablespoons Vanilia Extract

10. 2 Cups White Chocolate Chips

Maple Butter Sauce For The Brownies

1. 2 Cups Real Maple Syrup

2. 2 Cups Butter

3. 2 Cups Brown Sugar

4. 2 Cups Fine Chopped Walnuts

When your brownies are done you will want to cook over low heat until the butter is melted. Now take a fork and poke holes in your brownies and then pour your brownie sauce over the brownies. While the brownies are hot serve with vanillia ice cream for one of the tastiest treats you will ever eat.

For your brownies you will want to preheat your oven to 350 degrees, Now you want to sift your flour and you want to sift in your baking powder, baking soda and salt. Now sift again and mix in your nuts. Mix well and set aside.

Melt your butter. Add in your brown sugar and mix well. Add your egg and vanillia extract and mix well again. Now mix everything in a large bowl and mix in your white chocolate chips.

Now you want to spray a 13X9 inch pan with vegetable baking spray and pour your brownie mix in. Bake your brownies until a toothpick stuck in the center of the pan comes out clean.

Please note this is a copy cat recipe for Applebees Blue Ribbon Brownies. This recipe tastes exactly like Applebees Blue Ribbon Brownies but it is a copycat recipe.

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