Easter Fudge Brownies Recipe #recipe

Fudge Brownies Recipe

Easter Fudge Brownies were a hit with my kids. 

I love to bake. My kids love it when I bake. I wanted to make an Easter snack for them. So I whipped up some homemade fudge brownies using a recipe in my grandmother’s cookbook (kind of like a church cookbook and I’m guessing it’s from the 1950’s,  with m&m’s on top. They gobbled them up!  

Check out my recipe for Easter Fudge Brownies below! 

Easter Fudge Brownies
Serves 6
A moist yummy fudgy brownie that you will love.
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Prep Time
13 min
Cook Time
45 min
Total Time
58 min
Prep Time
13 min
Cook Time
45 min
Total Time
58 min
  1. 1/2 cup butter (1 stick)
  2. 2 eggs
  3. 1 tsp vanilla
  4. 1 cup sugar
  5. 2 cups flour
  6. 1/2 c cocoa
  7. 1/8 cup m&m's add to top after finished cooking.
  1. Cream butter and sugar. Mix flour and cocoa together. Blend into butter and sugar. Add vanilla and well beaten eggs. Pour into 9x9 greased pan. Bake 45 minutes in 300* oven. Pull out top with m&m's and let cool. Enjoy.
  1. These are very rich and fudgelike. Make sure you have milk or vanilla ice cream handy.
Adapted from Borrowed Treasures Recipe book from the 50's I'd guess
Adapted from Borrowed Treasures Recipe book from the 50's I'd guess
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What kind of brownies are your favorite? Do you make homemade or from a box? I do both. Just depends on whether I have a box on hand. I love brownies and usually add a handful of chocolate chips but I refrained this time. I’m glad I did. Whew that would have been a bit much I think. Grab your milk or vanilla ice cream and have some brownies with it. You’ll want that milk handy to wash it down!

Check out my other brownie or chocolate recipes. They are all so good! Patriotic Brownies, heath brownies, fudge brownies, chocolate no fail fudge, chocolates in the crockpot, Kool Aid Dyed Easter eggs,Deviled Egg dip easy and inexpensive Easter table decorations,  Easter Egg nest sugar cookies recipe10 must haves for Easter baskets and finally the Easter Bunny Craft using a toilet paper tube.  I found more recipes and Easter posts! Here’s the how to roast asparagus which is a great Easter side dish, cola baked ham is great for Eastersunflower chocolate cake made with peeps, how to make chocolate covered peeps, Easter brownies, Whoopie pies with peeps300 Easter Printables for Teachers,  250+ Easter Basket Ideas and since it’s Easter how about an article on tips to eat less (needed by me especially at the holidays)! Enjoy! 

19 Replies to “Easter Fudge Brownies Recipe #recipe”

  1. Those are awesome. I am not hosting Easter this year (because we will be on vacation) for the first time in YEARS, so my mom is doing it. I think I might make some of these to bring with me to her place 🙂

  2. Those look really good. Those brownies would be great for me to make and bring to my daughter’s Easter party next month to kick off her Easter break. They look really yummy.

  3. Honey, you could put M&M’s in anything and serve it to me! I read the title of your article and I thought OK, brownies, ho hum. As soon as I scrolled to the picture my mouth started to water!

  4. We love brownies here! I think we make a batch once a week. I have no idea why I have never thought to add M&M’s to them but it sure does make sense. Anything with extra chocolate is yummy. Love this recipe!

  5. I am not too picky when it comes to brownies, I love them all! Ha ha! I usually make our brownies from a box mix because it’s just easier that way!

  6. They certainly looks delicious and something that my family would love. I usually make from a box but would love to try these.

  7. I’ll be honest; If I find a box of brownies/cake/cookies that tastes amazing, it’s easy for me to be lazy and use that. However, there’s really nothing like homemade. This looks like a great recipe (and so cute with the M&Ms on top)- I’ll have to try this one!

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