Keep Brownies From Sticking To Pan

Parchment in PanThis worked even better than I imagined it could!  I've always had a hard time with my brownies sticking to the edges of the pan, being hard around the outside, and hard to dig out.  My brownies were never square, because they fell apart or crumbled as I scooped them up.    

 

This was magical.  I ended up with perfect brownies, no bad edges, and no mess to clean up.  What more can a person ask for?

Brownie batter in parchment1.  Line baking pan with parchment paper.  If your pan is larger than your paper, use more than one piece and lay them in pan perpendicular to each other.

 

2.  I still put a light mist of oil on the paper – just as you would grease the pan.

 

baked brownies in parchment3.  Pour brownie batter in parchment lined pan.

 

4.  Bake according to normal instructions.  When finished, let cool.  Then lift paper out of pan.  No brownie to clean off of pan.  Yay!

 

5.  Turn paper over and dump brownie square onto cutting board. 

Brownie Square

6. Use a knife to cut squares or a cookie cutter for designs.  I loved my Slicer for this because I didn't have to drag it through the brownie.  I could just line it up and push straight down, since the blade was nice and long.  

 

Cut Brownies7.  Serve and enjoy.  We love warming them up and putting a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top.  It's a brownie a la mode dream for when you deserve that occasional splurge.

If you tried this recipe, leave us a comment below and let us know how it turned out!

 

 

 

 

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