Are 100-Hour Brownies Worth Making?

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10 Comments for Are 100-Hour Brownies Worth Making?

  1. CHEFPK on November 9, 2020: (Reply)

    I was so tempted to make this… I’m glad you have offered yourself as Tribute.

  2. Meagan Wallwork on November 9, 2020: (Reply)

    You should try to make a friendship fruitcake. It takes 30 days to make. My grandmother makes them an they’re really good.

  3. Absolutely Adorable Studio on November 9, 2020: (Reply)

    I just burned 2000 calories in 20 minutes.
    Friend: How?

    *Me: I forgot to take my brownies out of the oven* lol

  4. Dio Nathan on November 9, 2020: (Reply)

    Me: “Mom, are the brownies ready????”
    Mom: “Soon honey, 98 hours to go and they’ll be ready!! Just eat something else first”
    Me: …..

  5. Waffle Bat on November 9, 2020: (Reply)

    I felt like the entire recipe was a bit of a gimmick. Plus seven bars of dark chocolate for one batch of brownies is a very expensive batch of brownies.

  6. Taylor the Tormentor on November 10, 2020: (Reply)

    When you almost forgot the butter, i had a flashback to last week when I forgot to add the flour to my choc chip cookie batter and didn’t notice until I checked them in the oven. Let’s just say I’m glad I used parchment paper

  7. Sparrow Wilson on November 10, 2020: (Reply)

    I suspect you rest the batter for several days to allow the bitter flavours to mature and mellow out, but I imagine the same effect would be achieved by putting less bitter ingredients in the first place. Seems kind of an unnecessary step tbh.

  8. Derek L on November 10, 2020: (Reply)

    when the recipe stated or called for espresso powder, I was caught off guard as espresso powder is just finely ground coffee bean, they are not instant coffee and does not dissolve in liquid. So i was thinking that the end product would definitely be gritty due to the espresso powder. If i were to try this recipe, i would definitely swap the espresso powder to instant coffee powder or at least substitute the frozen coffee with one or two shots of espresso.

  9. bloochoo on November 11, 2020: (Reply)

    Or you could add less dark chocolate and less coffee and just make them straight away..and have the exact same flavour..seems pointless

  10. Gwendolyn Stavanger on November 14, 2020: (Reply)

    The way she said “oops, thats not good” when the whisk broke was as chill as a cucumber.

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