43 responses

  1. Donna
    March 19, 2009

    Julie, this is one of our family favorites.
    I made it last week – from your Grazing cookbook.

  2. Erica B.
    March 19, 2009

    Those are mighty fine 2-bite brownies and muuuuch skinnier than the ones I usually make. I have dinner with the BIL & SIL and their 5 kids this Sat.(add 5 to my 3 and it’s always a bit of a zoo) Thanks to you I know exactly what I’m making for dessert(now if I can just teach them table manners are a good thing hehe). :D

  3. pauline
    March 19, 2009

    I love those things too. ERRRRRRR Julie are you going to fix the print post option.

  4. Barb
    March 20, 2009

    “Haff” to have this one! Even if I don’t bake them right away, the recipe needs to be put somewhere safe for future reference.

  5. Elizabeth L.
    March 20, 2009

    These look dangerously delicious–I love the idea of a mini Oreo added. One question about the recipe: Are there egg whites added or not (it reads egg, egg whites)? I have cholesterol issues, so if 2 egg whites can be substituted for one egg, I’ll try it. No getting around the butter, of course, but every bit helps.

  6. JulieVR
    March 20, 2009

    Oops – sorry! I changed it. The original recipe called for one egg and two whites. Or you could use three egg whites, or eggbeaters (whatever quantity equals two eggs).

  7. Manon from Ontario
    March 20, 2009

    Hmmm, as soon as possible, I’m baking some of these!

    By the way Julie, where can I get your other cook book “Grazing”?

    Thanks for your wonderful blog, it brings sunshine to my tummy ;)

    MFO

  8. Donna
    March 20, 2009

    Manon – On the Chapters site
    Grazing is temporarily unable to oder, but a new
    publication date is listed as March 15, 2009.
    Methinks a new edition or reprint is coming out – and we have an inside track on where it might be found.(yes ?)
    I made the One Bite Brownies again this morning and 95 % of them vanished into my son and husband’s lunches.
    -good stuff
    -Donna

  9. Andrea
    March 20, 2009

    Yup! I freeze, heat in Micro for 30 seconds when needed until warm, then top with espresso ice cream or frozen yogurt. By far the best “cheat” dessert going!

  10. Sherry
    March 20, 2009

    Hi,

    I saw the Grazing: A Healthier Approach to Snacks and Finger Foods on Amazon.ca today. The great thing is that you can look inside and get an idea of what the book will be like. It is updated with extra recipes and some nice pictures beside the recipes. Looking forward to seeing it in paper. : )

  11. thepinkpeppercorn
    March 20, 2009

    Oh too perfect! I ate way too many of those bought things in college…although they weren’t THAT good… but who can stop once they start??? I’m so glad that all the ingredients in yours don’t require scientific degrees to decode and decipher the ingredients. Allelujah!

  12. Su-Lin
    March 21, 2009

    As I only have one mini muffin pan, I think I’m just going to make regular square brownies – and I’m going to try your recipe soon!

  13. Manon from Ontario
    March 23, 2009

    Thanks guys…for the info on Grazing.

    Take care.

    MFO

  14. Talita
    March 26, 2009

    Wow! These brownies looks so dainty! I loved it!

  15. Elizabeth
    May 4, 2009

    wow! I love mini desserts! yummmmm to these

  16. Angela
    May 4, 2009

    How true is that. I have to eat a little before going to a party so I don’t embarrass myself to badly. I’m going make and freeze them, then take one out a day as a treat. Ya, lets see if I can do that.lol!

  17. Elizabeth F.
    May 4, 2009

    I love two bite anything – all the flavor with less guilt!

  18. Denise
    May 5, 2009

    I used half whole wheat pastry flour, half AP flour, and only 1 cup sugar, and my 16 year old son thought that they were de-lish. We had a party on Friday night and someone brought similar similar from Sam’s Club, which were horrible. My son gave them away when he took a few leftovers at lunch – so awful!

    Thanks for providing this great recipe.

  19. Alanna
    July 1, 2009

    Hi Julie ~ Your two-bite brownies were the start of an obsession with tiny brownie bites, I even ended up returning to your very good recipe, it’s posted here. Thanks for the inspiration!

  20. Janeen
    July 16, 2009

    I just made these brownies in 10 minutes. I can’t believe how easy they are!

  21. Eden
    January 7, 2010

    These are so perfect. Way better than the store bought ones. Thanks!!

  22. Jennifer S
    February 13, 2010

    I just have to comment on these – I have made them at least half a dozen times and they are delicious & amazing!! Thank you!

  23. Sarita
    May 9, 2010

    I found your recipe in Calgary’s Child magazine & we have made 3 batches in 4 days!! These are the best ever. Thanks again.

  24. Laura
    May 25, 2010

    These brownies are just simply astonishing. I woke up in the middle of the night in a puddle of drool after dreaming that i was asleep on a bed of two bite brownies. I was deeply saddened to realize that i was just on my bed.. and that i had eaten all of these brownies already.

  25. kathy
    March 8, 2011

    i love these things they are sooo yummy i could almost live off them

  26. LizCavanaugh
    May 2, 2011

    I made these brownies with whole wheat flour and they were fantastic! I had to stick them in the freezer so that I didn’t polish them off in one sitting. These are way better than the ones from the store. Thanks again for the great recipe.

  27. Cass
    June 13, 2011

    Great recipe, brought them to game night and they were a hit!

  28. alaina
    July 9, 2011

    what cocoa powder did you use? I can never find a good brand to make it taste like those two bite brownies from homestyle.

  29. pierrette
    October 25, 2011

    These are so good. I have made them 4 times in the past week. My family just can’t get enough of them.

  30. Nova
    February 12, 2012

    These are exactly what I was looking for. Wondering if anyone has doubled the recipe with good success or do I need to just make 2 batches. Many thanks.

  31. tugrul
    January 13, 2013

    Hello Julia,

    Thanks for the recipe but i feel like there is something wrong here, an ingredient – to hydrate the batter – or proportions. I followed your recipe and when i added the dry mix (flour, cocoa powder etc)to the supposedly wet mix (the butter, eggs etc) the batter remained all floury and dusty. there was certainly not enough hydation to wet all the dry ingredients so i had to add 1/4 cup of milk and the batter still felt very tough and did not take the shape of the pan in the oven either. On the other hand all other repliers seem to have a success with the recipe.. Any comments on what might be wrong will be highly appreciated. I loved those two-bite brownies when i used to live in Canada and would love to make them here back at home. Thanks

  32. tugrul
    January 13, 2013

    sorry, I meant Julie, not Julia :)

  33. Rachel
    June 29, 2013

    These are so fabulous! I ended up making three batches in the same day, since my family kept gobbling them up, and I was trying to get some into the freezer. Thanks for sharing this excellent recipe!

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  40. Lisa
    March 17, 2014

    Love these! I had a similar problem with the texture as tugrul. It was dry and not moist so I added more oil at the end to my first batch. It made 30 mini cupcakes instead of 24 so I probably measured too much flour since I didn’t sift it.
    For my second batch, I wanted to add 1/3 cup inulin fibre (unflavoured clear Metamucil fibre) so I added more oil to the butter at the beginning and sifted my flour this time. It made exactly 24 mini cupcakes. I also baked them at 300 for 11 minutes. They turned out perfect!
    Hope that helps.
    This recipe is a definite keeper.
    Thank you Julie!

  41. Anonymous
    March 26, 2014

    I thought the batter was a little stiff/dry so I added a half cup of unsweetened applesauce ( to a double batch) and they turned out great. I also used 2 cups of sugar instead of 2 and 1/2.

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