Butterscotch brownies with peanut butter and chocolate morsels

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Hello, my name is Connie Veneracion. I cook, I shoot, I write. But I don't do the laundry. I don't like housekeeping very much either... (more about me)

12 Responses

  1. rinz says:

    Thanks sa recipe. Easy and yummy. My 6 year old daughter can join whenever I bake some of your recipe. Bonding time na rin.

    And, please convey my warmest birthday greetings to Mr. Speedy. A blessed day to Veneracion family.

    • dewsi says:

      oh, happy birthday, Mr. Speedy!

      • lourdes says:

        hi, pls send me a recipe of the chocolate brownies the one that no need for baking. or any cookies i can do with my electric oven.thanks

        • Connie says:

          I’m sorry but there is no send-a-recipe feature in this blog. There is no customize-a-recipe-for-my-appliances either. :)

          • hi miss connie! would like to ask if you can teach me how to make buttrerscotch brownies in iloilo city from biscocho haus?

            hi miss connie! I would like to ask if you can teach me how to make butterscotch brownies made by biscocho haus in iloilo city they tasted really so delicious. Ive tried many recipes of butterscotch but it tasted different from biscocho haus. My brother love them so much i would like to bake it for him. Thanks miss connie.

          • I have a recipe for butterscotch brownies in the archive (just use the search bar) but if you want the specific recipe from Biscocho Haus, you’ll have to ask the owners. Things like that are highly guarded trade secrets.

  2. Pam says:

    Hi ms Connie..

    Will it make much difference if half cup of chunky peanut butter will used instead of morsels?

    Thanks! :)

  3. Anna says:

    Now I know where to get those peanut butter morsels. Thanks for sharing :)

    By the way, how much orange zest do you add? (It’s not in the ingredients list.) Thanks again.

  4. Connie says:

    I edited the list of ingredients. :)

  5. kenji says:

    hi connie,

    in case there is no brown sugar around, it should be okay right to use white sugar instead then just add maybe 1 tbsp of cocoa to darken the batter?

    btw, thanks for helping a lot of pinoys with ur blog. ur doing a very good job.

  6. Connie says:

    Whoa. Cocoa powder is bitter. The flavor will be different.