How to Make Townies (Brownies + Tart) // Living Deliciously

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20 Comments for How to Make Townies (Brownies + Tart) // Living Deliciously

  1. Kristina Isakovic on November 10, 2015: (Reply)

    What a recipe!!! I just HAVE TO make this!!

  2. analuvsya1 on November 10, 2015: (Reply)

    These look amazing, I wonder why I’ve never heard of them before… need to
    try them!

  3. MollieBellezza on November 10, 2015: (Reply)

    Wow, these look amazing. Need to give these a try for the holidays!

    xoxo Mollie

  4. One Kitchen - A Thousand Ideas on November 10, 2015: (Reply)

    I need to try these!!!

  5. Justin D on November 10, 2015: (Reply)

    “that’s my jam” lol you’re so cute! I definitely want to try these.

  6. The Tiny Telescope on November 10, 2015: (Reply)

    These look delicious!! My mouth is watering!! I need to try making them! :P

  7. alejandra arroyo on November 10, 2015: (Reply)

    The red dress looks amazing on you gorgeous!!!
    Almost dying with the recipe omg I’m going to try it.

  8. Jamie Tibbits on November 10, 2015: (Reply)

    I have to say, I just made your basic brownie recipe without the crust last
    night! I will say that the recipe on your blog is slightly different in the
    description and trickier to follow. For me, the brownies should have come
    out around 35 minutes for that underdone texture. I took mine out at 39
    minutes, which was one minute less then suggested on the blog. The steps
    are also a little bit different then those shown in this video, which I
    think could have contributed to the overall texture of the brownie in the
    end. Going to give these a try, though! I’m going to follow the steps in
    this video more closely and see if the result is different. Thanks!

  9. NaturElle♡DIY on November 10, 2015: (Reply)

    Ah! Look’s addictive!?

  10. Laura's Natural Life on November 10, 2015: (Reply)

    They look incredible :)

  11. Denise Howse on November 10, 2015: (Reply)

    I used to bake for a diner and made brownies every couple of weeks. I
    thought using two different kinds of Callebaut chocolate was impressive but
    the tart crust with a stout brownie blows mine out of the water :)

  12. Jason Andrade on November 10, 2015: (Reply)

    Can’t wait till you become a big known chef!

  13. qkatie on November 11, 2015: (Reply)

    I am sooo into this recipe. Thanks, Claire!

  14. Elyse Bergeron on November 11, 2015: (Reply)

    Oh man we have this brewery in Quebec called St-Ambroise and a few years
    ago they released some limited edition of a Russian Imperial Stout brew! If
    I could get my hands on one of those I feel it would pair deliciously with
    those brownies

  15. Melanie Bishop on November 11, 2015: (Reply)

    What changes would you suggest to make this at high altitude?

  16. masonbass360 on November 11, 2015: (Reply)

    will have to make this!! you look beautiful!! the dress? looks pretty

  17. Cynthia Lucey on November 11, 2015: (Reply)

    Those look amazing!!! MUST MAKE

  18. Liz Dennison on November 12, 2015: (Reply)

    Have you made a mulled wine recepit before? You really should for the
    holiday season!

  19. I Just Can't Wait 2 Be King on November 12, 2015: (Reply)

    How can i make the crust without a food processor? Wanna make this for my
    best friend’s birthday which is next week!

  20. Kelly Sprecker on November 14, 2015: (Reply)

    Wow. Just wow!

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