*  Exported from  MasterCook  *
                            ROCKY ROAD BROWNIES
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 Serving Size  : 12   Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Chocolate                        Brownies
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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    1 3/4   c            Sugar
      3/4   c            Unsalted butter, softened
    3       lg           Eggs
    4                    Squares unsweetened
                         -chocolate -- melted, cooled
    2       ts           Vanilla
      1/2   c            Unsweetened cocoa powder
                         -preferably Dutch
      3/4   c            All-purpose flour
      1/4   ts           Salt
    1       c            Milk chocolate chips
    1       c            Chopped walnuts
   12                    Marshmallows
   Put rack in center of oven and heat to 350~.
   Generously grease 9x13 inch pan.  Coat with flour,
   tapping out the excess. Use mixer to cream sugar and
   butter until fluffy. Add eggs and mix until thick and
   lemon colored, about 2 minutes. Mix in chocolate and
   vanilla. Add cocoa, flour and salt. Slowly mix in
   batter until combined. Stir in chips and walnuts. Lay
   marshmallows sideways in prepared pan, allowing 1 1/2
   inch border around the inside edge of the pan and
   spacing them evenly. Spoon batter (it’s very thick)
   over marshmallows to hide them as much as possible.
   Evenly fill in center of pan with remaining batter,
   not adding batter to space between marshmallows and
   sides of pan (batter will spread during baking and
   reach sides). Bake until toothpick inserted into
   center comes out moist from melted chocolate (not
   batter), 25 to 35 minutes. Let cool completely on
   rack. Cut into 12 squares. Refrigerate until chilled.
   Use wide metal spatula to carefully transfer brownies
   to serving platter. Wrap airtight. Can be made a day
   in advance and refrigerated or frozen up to 3 months.
   Serve chilled or at room temperature. 1:59 PM
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