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  • Elise Loomis

    Grandma's Secret Apple Brownies! Recipe I like the idea of using orange juice for the acid to activate the baking soda. I might try this replacing half or most of the oil with applesauce though. ^-^

  • M A

    Grandmas Secret Apple Brownies! 3 c all purpose flour 3 c apples 2 c sugar 1 tsp cinnamon 1 tsp baking soda 1/3 c orange juice 2 eggs 1 c vegetable oil 1 tsp salt Comments from the Test Kitchen: Kitchen Crew These belong smack-dab in the delicious intersection of breakfast and dessert... the two most important meals of the day! They smell terrific, look great and taste even better.

  • Beth Rutkoski

    Apple Brownies. Easy and quick to make - apples and walnuts packed into a cinnamon spiced blonde brownie.

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