These brownies are not from scratch, but are so rich with my friend’s
special ingredient.  Believe it or not, they taste like scratch brownies!
 
Equipment needed:
13″x9″ pan sprayed with vegetable cooking spray
Bowl for batter
Large spoon for stirring
Measuring cup
Measuring spoons
 
Ingredients:
2 boxes of generic brownie mixes, such as Wal-Mart or Kroger brands
     plus ingredients needed on back of brownie boxes
3 very large Hershey Symphony candy bars with toffee and almonds
1 tsp. vanilla added to each brownie mix
2 tsps. cinnamon added to each brownie mix
 
Directions:
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Spray pan with vegetable cooking spray.
Prepare one brownie mix according to box directions, adding the vanilla
and cinnamon.  Then, spread mixture into pan, but do not cook yet!  
Now, break the Symphony chocolate bars where they are scored/divided,
completely covering the uncooked brownie mix in pan with the candy.
Finally, prepare the other brownie mix according to box directions, adding the vanilla and cinnamon.  Once again, spread this second brownie mixture on top of candy this time.  Bake at 350 degrees for about 50 minutes, depending upon your oven.  You know what I mean, everybody!
Let the brownies cool.  Just remember, the brownies are a little hard to cut after you refrigerate them, so cut them before placing in fridge.  Rich, 
chocolaty, high in calories, but very good to eat, chocoholics!  Thank you to my friend, Katy Latiolais of Bessie Heights.
 
 
 
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