~Vanilla Brownies!

Mmm!  I just can’t say enough about Brownies!  And although I adore Chocolate, it’s really the dense, chewy Brownie texture that I love the most.  I’ve recently started turning lots of unique flavors into “Brownies” just to capture that amazing, one of a kind Brownie-ish cake.

I thought it would be fun to take the sweet, and fresh flavor of Vanilla Bean & mash it up with the that classic, moist Brownie texture.  Oh WOW, if you love Vanilla, if you love Brownies…you will double love each and every bite of these typically non-typical Brownies!  Dripping in a decadent Vanilla Bean Glaze, these will have you running for the Milk!

What you’ll need:  

1-15.25 oz. box of White Cake Mix

2/3 cup of Evaporated Milk

1/2 cup melted Butter

1 tsp. Vanilla extract

a 9×9 baking pan

For the Vanilla Bean Glaze:

1 fresh Vanilla Bean scraped..(make the investment in your happiness!)  :)

2 cups Powdered Sugar

Drizzles of Milk or Cream until thick!

Scrape out all of the Vanilla Bean using the back of a knife…

Mix all of the above ingredients together until thick..set aside!

Directions:

In a medium bowl mix together the Cake Mix, Evaporated Milk, Butter and Vanilla Extract…

Pour the thick batter evenly into a baking dish and bake at 350 degrees for approx. 20-25 minutes, or until the Brownies are firm all the way through.

Pour the Glaze all over the warm Brownies, and dig IN!  ~Enjoy!  :)

29 Comments

  1. You don’t state what size pan? 9 X 13 or a 9X9.

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    • 9×9..sorry.

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  2. You have the best recipe’s ever!

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  3. Making these right now – and am going with the 13×9 pan – but worried if I’m not doing it right.

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  4. where is the recipe forcamel snickerdoodles

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  5. Probably should have gone with 8×8 or 9×9 – but – smells fantastic!

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  6. I am such the chocoholic, but these vanilla brownies look so scrumptious! Definitely pinned, can’t wait to make these! And thank you, Amy, for posting pictures of “what we’ll need”!

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  7. I’ve said it once I have to say it again, you are a sweet genius!! ( I know he creeps you out)I wish I was your neighbor ha ha ha! Brownies look super delicious!

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  8. Would love to have this recipe but trrying to conserve use of printer paper. Do you have a copy of just the recipe where I can go to and print it out? Thanks, bc

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    • Hover over each section for the option to delete it! :)

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  9. Simple recipe chock full of flavor–can’t wait to make this and serve with some fresh berries from my garden!

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  10. not sure if you know but something is wrong with your page. it shows the picture of your updates but when you go to the site it just shows the vanilla brownies. I really wanted the apple bourbon pie recipe. thanks for all the great eats.

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    • The apple bourbon pie hasn’t been published yet…where did you see it? :)

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  11. write it down in you personal cookbook, that’s what I do when I find a
    “keeper” recipe :)

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  12. I AM DYING TO TRY THESE! LOOKS DELICIOUS! I LOVE VANILLA.

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  13. It can be doubled, in a 9×13 for a crowd, right?

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  14. Am wondering- do I use eggs and oil in the cake mix like normal?

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    • I was wondering the same thing and just got back from the store with my Vanilla Bean. I am about to try it without the egg and oil and its not listed above and will let you know how things turned out :)

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    • Made them earlier this evening and they are delicious! I made them without the egg and oil and they turned out amazing! :)

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  15. I know the whole idea is to use vanilla bean in the glaze, but what if you don’t have any and can’t find it at your local grocery? Could you use vanilla extract and how much?

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  16. Why can’t I print a short version of this recipe without all the pics? I click on t he printpdf and nothing happens, short or long version. Thanks.

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    • Just click the box at the top of the print page tat says “remove images”. :)

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  17. BTW, love the recipes!

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  18. Could you sub vanilla for the vanilla bean? If so, what amount?
    Thanks

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    • Sure…I’d just use a splash or two! :)

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  19. When you mean by 1/2 cup melted butter, like 1/2 cup of butter then melted? or melt enough butter to fill 1/2 cup?

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    • 1/2 cup butter..melted! :)

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