Butterscotch Brownies with Brown Sugar Frosting and Pecans
The flavor of butterscotch offers an interesting and nice balance of butter and brown sugar, often combined with rich milk or cream. The smooth and creamy flavor of butterscotch is a bit heavier and more robust than plain or vanilla, but lighter than something like chocolate. Here, the butterscotch flavor is augmented by the addition of maple syrup. So this recipe for Butterscotch Brownies with Brown Sugar Frosting and Pecans may meet the need for something that people with diverse tastes will eat. These butterscotch brownies also have a great icing and sprinkles of pecans that offer superb taste and texture.
This is an easy recipe to make, and one that can be served for plenty of occasions. It will taste great served either warm or cold, and you could leave one half of the brownies without frosting, if you think that some people might prefer them plain. It will still taste great if you leave it un-iced. This recipe is easy to make, and does not need much time to put it together, even with the icing and pecan sprinkles. The maple syrup that makes up part of the recipe for the cake adds wonderful depth of flavor, too.
Make these butterscotch brownies when you have not got a lot of time to spend preparing dessert. They are cheap, quick and great to make. These butterscotch brownies will also suit plenty of people in your household, and have a slightly lighter taste than something like chocolate brownies. That might appeal to a lot of people. As well, these brownies will taste delicious whether served warm or cool, and the nuts add nutrition as well as flavor. Let the up and coming baker prepare this one, if she or he likes, and it can save you some time when you are trying to get dinner together. Enjoy this recipe soon.
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