Ohhh the love of brownies....I don't know even know where to begin. They truly are the key to any person's heart. If you ask somebody what they crave the most for dessert, brownies are always one of the first things that come to mind. What's not to love about a fudgey, moist, chocolatey explosion of pure deliciousness??? I made these brownies for a bake sale at my school, and they vanished in - literally - minutes. I almost didn't bring them to the bake sale because I wanted the whole pan for myself. They are super duper moist on the inside (due to a low amount of flour/dry ingredients and many eggs/wet ingredients), with a perfectly cracked, thin, crispy surface - everything you could possibly dream of the perfect brownie to be. The melted chocolate chips in the brownies give an incredibly amazing flavor that cocoa powder just can't compete with. Using butter instead of vegetable oil also makes them wonderfully rich. And the addition of dark chocolate chips and coffee allow the pure chocolate flavor to really pull through without being overly sweet. These are incredible served warm with vanilla ice cream (french vanilla is my fave), and also killer at room temperature. One thing I wouldn't do is frost these brownies because they're so perfectly rich by themselves and may be too sweet if frosted. When you make this recipe, I guarantee you will never, ever, ever buy box mix brownies EVER again.
Yield: one 13x9 inch pan (about 16 servings)