Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Tuesday Treats: Symphony Brownies

Mmmm! My cousin, at Southern Style & Living, posted these brownies and I just had to try them out! What could be better than chocolate, toffee, nuts, and more chocolate!

(I borrowed this picture from my cousin also since I sent all my brownies away to friends & family and totally forgot to take a picture of the final product!)

brownie mix (and eggs, vegetable oil, water for making the mix), 3 symphony bars
(How simple is that already?!)
Spray 9X13 pan with cooking spray.
Mix brownie mix, eggs, oil, and vegetable oil that are listed on brownie box.
Spread half of the batter in a 9X13 pan.
Line candy bars side by side on the brownie mix.

Top with remainder of brownie mix.
Bake according to brownie package.
Cool completely (and I mean completely; I tried to cut too early and boy was it a mess...but a very yummy mess at that!)
*Newlywed Note: I baked these and sent a bunch to the beach with hubby's family. Hubby's grandmother, "Mums," has as big of a sweet tooth as I do. So, girls, you the saying "the way to a man's heart is through his stomach?" Well, the way to keep on good side of the family is to spoil "Mums" as best you can! And let me tell you, this woman has some spunk...if she doesn't like you or something you did, she will let you know...I try to spare myself of that and bake my way to her heart!*



  1. Tip: Line the bottom and sides of baking dish with foil. Lightly grease foil with baking spray. Follow recipe directions. Once the brownies have cooled, use the sides of the foil to pull the brownies out of the baking dish. This makes it much easier to cut!

  2. Once I let it cool, it was much easier to cut and did not need foil (as I ran out!), so I think you can do either. Although clean up probably easier with foil!

  3. Oh YUM!!!! I made brownies with... pieces of chocolate covered pretzel, peanut butter cups and milk duds! They were absolutely To. Die. For!!!