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Monas Chewy Good n Gooey Pecan Brownies

What you need: 

2 cups unbleached flour
1 cup sugar
1 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup vegan cocoa
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 cup chocolate soy milk
3/4 cup vegetable oil
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 cup chopped pecans, more or less! (optional)

What you do: 

1. Pre-heat oven to 350, and pop in your pecans (or other nuts) before you chop em. Theyll get roasty and smell good, and be better for the brownies.
2. Mix flour, sugar, cocoa, baking powder, salt in one bowl.
3. Add milk, oil, vanilla extract.
4. Chop up nuts (food processor) and stir them in as well. Mix it all up well! Youll get a consistency that's suspiciously like frosting. But that's good!
5. Grease and flour (or cocoa) a 9X13 inch pan. Pour your mix in there.
6. Bake for 25-30 mins. Theyre done when the top is kind of firm.
7. You should really let em cool for 10-20 mins before cutting into them because they're SO gooey. But if you like em like that, dig in right away!

Preparation Time: 
10-15 mins
Cooking Time: 
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SO HOW'D IT GO?

These brownies are AMAZING!!! I only had regular soymilk, but they turned out fine. I also used dark chocolate vegan cocoa... mmmmmmmmmmmmmm... Thanks for the recipe! ;D

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Adding dried cherries and vegan chocolate chips would make a delicious Black Forest version of these that I can't wait to try. :D

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These brownies were very good. We made then exactly as the recipe is. Next time we are adding chocolate chips and walnuts. Thanks for sharing!

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these turned out delicious! i used 1/2 cup of olive oil and melted about 1/4 earth balance margarine. i also added rice syrup to the mixture, for a better texture. the brownies turned out perfect!

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Having been of the mentality that eating no brownie is better than eating a bad brownie, I had given up on ever eating one again. However, this weekend, I was afflicted with a chocolate craving so intense that I armed myself with cocoa and vowed to make every recipe on this site looking for a doable brownie. Good thing these were pretty close to the top of the list, because I stopped here. These are GREAT! (And as an added bonus, the batter is pretty tasty too.) I halved the sugar and added a pinch of salt and cinnamon and they came out spectacular. Better than I remember brownies tasting, actually...

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these sucked when they were hot. it tasted like i hadn't even baked them. wayyyyy to soft. but i put them in the fridge overnight and they were soooo awesome cold.

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These were great!  I swirled tofutti cream cheese mixed with sugar on the top.  I baked for about 35 minutes on 350 and hoped they were done, but then half an hour later I decided they weren't and baked on 325 (as it heated up) for another 25 minutes or so
mmmmmm all gone

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i just baked these, but i used wholemeal flour, and only 1 cup of sugar, instead of two. they still turned out good and delicious, but not as "gooey" as everyone has been saying. any tips on how to make it more moist and gooey? is it because i used less sugar than was called for? i didn't want to use so much sugar cus welll.. too much sugar aint healthy.

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i made these and they did not turn out well at all. The outside parts were fluffy and cake like (i had been hoping for something dense), but the middle part tasted funny. I used chocolate chips instead of pecans. Any tips for next time?

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Making these brownies I had to keep checking the recipe, I couldn't believe that there wasn't any egg replacer, which has always worked great for me! But It was fabulous. I added some chocolate chips and coconut which made it even better!
I brought it to my Mah Jongg group and everyone loves it not knowing that it was vegan. The recipe isn't just great, it grows on you! :o Wow!

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