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These Chocolate Syrup Brownies are a family favorite. Years ago, I shared these gems with a group of neighbors and set my reputation as a baker from that day forward. But don’t worry, they’re super simple to make!


Chocolate Syrup Brownies - made with a can of Hershey's syrup, these moist tender brownies are a family favorite

Chocolate Syrup Brownies

I have been making these Chocolate Syrup Brownies for decades. As did my mom. Super moist and tender, each bite immediately melts in your mouth. In fact, they’re so rich and gooey, it’s best just to place the jelly roll pan on the counter or picnic table, and let everyone scoop out their own serving.

Cutting perfect slices can be a major challenge. I’m bringing this crowd pleaser to this week’s Sunday Supper Virtual Picnic. They will be the first dessert to go!!!

Chocolate Syrup Brownies

Grooming a Chocoholic

When my oldest, Tom, was a toddler, I took a pan of these to a cookout with a bunch of Bill’s coworkers and their families. I was hugely pregnant with Katie and totally exhausted by the time we left the gathering. Driving home, I leaned back and closed my eyes.

But before too long, Bill and I both noticed that it was strangely silent in the car. Our usually chattering boy must have fallen asleep. I turned around only to find him covered in chocolate. Unfortunately, we had placed the pan of leftover brownies on the seat next to him and he decided to dig in with his hands. So tasty, he just couldn’t resist. Do you blame him? Is there any wonder he’s a chocoholic now at age 27?

Chocolate Syrup Brownies

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Chocolate Syrup Brownies

Chocolate Syrup Brownies

A retro recipe from my mom for super moist, frosted brownies flavored with Hershey’s chocolate syrup!

  • Author: Liz Berg
  • Prep Time: 30 minutes
  • Cook Time: 30 minutes
  • Total Time: 1 hour
  • Yield: 24 servings

Ingredients

  • ½ cup (1 stick) butter, at room temperature
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1½ cups chocolate syrup (I used 1 can Hershey’s Chocolate Syrup)
  • 1 cup plus 1 tablespoon flour
  • ½ teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt

Icing:

  • 6 tablespoons butter
  • 6 tablespoons milk
  • 1 cup sugar
  • ½ cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla

Instructions

  1. Grease 10 x 15 inch pan (jelly roll pan) and set aside. Preheat oven to 350º.
  2. Beat butter and sugar till creamy and light in color. Beat in eggs one at a time. Stir in vanilla and syrup. Mix well.
  3. In a separate bowl, whisk together flour, baking powder and salt. Whisk into syrup mixture.
  4. Pour into prepared pan. Spread evenly in pan with back of spoon or offset spatula.
  5. Bake for 22-30 minutes or till a slight imprint remains when center of brownies is touched. Do not overbake. My pan is one of those old insulated pans so it takes 30 minutes to bake. Most likely yours will cook in much less time.
  6. Make icing by putting butter, milk and sugar in a saucepan. Heat until butter and sugar are melted. Bring to a boil, and boil 30 seconds. Remove from heat and add chocolate chips. Stir until chips are melted and mixture is slightly thickened. Cool slightly before pouring over cool or just slightly warm brownies.
  7. Let frosted brownies sit till frosting is firm. Cut into squares to serve.

Yield: 30 brownies

Total time: 1 1/2 hours

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55 comments on “Chocolate Syrup Brownies #SundaySupper”

  1. Super cute story, Liz…There really is nothing like having young children around. Speaking of family, love that your brownie recipe is passed down from your mother…Desserts loaded with love are always more delicious =)

  2. Glad you got to shut your eyes for a few minutes Liz, sounds like you had some cleaning up to do when you got home! The brownies look great:@)

  3. Interesting brownies.. Using chocolate syrup sounds new and I definitely should try them 🙂

  4. Yay! I have some of the Hershey’s chocolate syrup in my fridge and now I know what to make with it.

  5. I’m thinking Nutella instead of chocolate syrup! Your slices or squares are always so perfect!

  6. These look incredibly moist and rich. Love that you used an entire can of Hershey’s chocolate syrup. That takes me back.

  7. LOL such a sweet memory of your son!!! <3
    But I would have done the same… even now! hehehe

  8. These brownies sound and look amazing. I just bought chocolate syrup after a long time… I may have to make these for the family. 🙂

  9. That’s such a cute and funny story about your son, Liz! I bet you will never let him forget that one! I have to say I think I might have done the same as him, though … even as an adult! The brownies do sound totally addictive! 🙂

  10. These brownies looks divine and so decadent! Definitely perfect for Sunday Supper!

  11. Can you blame your son I think I would have done the same sitting next to a pan of these lovely looking treats 😀 I love old family recipes nothing beats them they always taste the best.

  12. THey sure to look moist and delicious.

  13. Cute story about your son. I don’t think I’d be able to resist digging in neither. I’d imagine he needed a hosing down after, lol. They do look incredibly moist and decadent. Despite then being hard to cut too, you managed it perfectly. 🙂

  14. I love these! I confess that I usually make boxed brownies, but I ALWAYS buy the kind that come with the little packet of chocolate syrup to squeeze in. So moist and chocoately. I’m 100% sure that your homemade version would be way more amazing!

  15. Haha! What a great story about your son! Sounds like my kind of kid. 🙂 Dig in with both hands!

  16. We have made a very similar recipe to this twice in the past month. It is so easy and is always a hit. Perfect for a picnic too!!

  17. Liz,
    love these brownies!! your Tom sounds like my Madeline, she is only 3 and a chocoholic!! I can only imagine your surprise when you turned around and found him covered in chocolate! I once found Madeline in her room, sneaking like 3 mini chocolate candies into her mouth. she had chocolate all over her mouth and candy wrappers everywhere. When I asked what she was doing and where she got the candy from, she was like, “I don’t know. .” 😛

  18. Love the story about that back seat bandit. I was needing a good and gooey brownie for the fourth. Thanks!

  19. Hah, your boy rocks. I can imagine doing the exact same thing, I can’t be trusted. Heh.

  20. Oh Liz these brownies are calling my name! I am making a grocery list as we speak and Hershey;s syrup may or may not be going on there…YUM!!

  21. I used to bake these Brownies years ago, for my kids. I forgot all about them until now! They look great Liz!

  22. My mouth is watering, even though it’s time for breakfast!

  23. No surprise that your baby boy is brilliant!!! It might be too dangerous to put a pan around me…I think the whole thing would disappear!

  24. These definitely look like brownies that have been made over years and years, a great classic!

  25. LOL, I always find kids silently finishing off some goodies cute! And the look on their face with the smudge as if they were guilty! Like Tom, I’m a chocolate fan too!

    Julie
    Gourmet Getaways

  26. What a sweet chocoholic story!
    These brownies look sinfully decadent and divine!

  27. What beautiful.brownies Lizzy!:)

  28. They do look moist, gooey and delicious!

    ela h.

  29. Oh Liz that story with Tom is hysterical! Also I bet I would have been that kid. Who can resist?

  30. Great story Liz & really great brownies. When our older daughter was little, I went to put some cookies in my husband’s lunch and found that she had eaten all of the middles from a half a bag or oreos and put the cookie parts back in the jar. We never could figure out when she managed to find the time to do it – hilarious!

  31. What a funny story – you almost always know something is up when kids or dogs are quiet! Wish I could try these brownies, they look decadent!

  32. Oh my word those look good!

  33. HAHA aw that is such a cute story about your son. If I was sitting next to a pan of these brownies I don’t know how I could resist either. I hope you got pics of him covered in chocolate to torment him with now all these years later!

  34. That’s an adorable story about Tom, Liz! I don’t blame him for devouring the rest of the brownies – hell, I’d do that now and I’m in my 30s! Chocoholics for life. These brownies look incredibly moist ‘n delicious. Perfect for a picnic or a meal for one 😉

  35. Liz – You’ve outdone yourself again! Amazing looking brownies. Want!

  36. Thank you for sharing a family recipe with us! Looks sinful. >:)

  37. haha you always know there is something up when the kids are too quiet! That’s a cute memory! I look forward to trying these brownies with the chocolate syrup – yjmmm!

  38. haha you always know there is something up when the kids are too quiet! That’s a cute memory! I look forward to trying these brownies with the chocolate syrup – yummm!

  39. You always make the best looking brownies that make me so sad I’m allergic to chocolate. I can’t believe you made these with chocolate syrup.

  40. These brownies look so good, just what my Monday afternoon needs!

  41. I’ve never made Chocolate Syrup Brownies but now I have a strong urge! These look amazing Liz!

  42. How cool!!! I never would have thought to use chocolate syrup in brownies-they look delish!

  43. Liz,
    why is it that when you bake, everything looks like ART…
    but when I do, well, it just looks like a brownie!!!!

    xxxx
    LOVE that story about your son. CLASSIC>

  44. These look so super decadent! Yummmm!

  45. My grandma’s recipe for brownies uses Hershey’s syrup. I’m going to have to dig it out to compare…because those are seriously amazing brownies. Yours look very similar too…and gorgeous as always!

  46. Lizzy,
    I could eat 10 of those brownies. I usually don’t make brownies from scratch because I love the Ghirardelli mixes so much. Pinned for later.
    Annamaria

  47. Oh boy, loving these! They look so chocolate-y and delicious !

  48. I would have done the same thing sitting next to a plate of your brownies!

  49. How unusual with the chocolate syrup…looks wonderful as per usual. Have a great rest of the week, Liz! 🙂

  50. Chocolate ans strawberries, oh my! Thanks for stopping by Granny’s Down Home Sassy Southern Cooking.

    Debra

  51. When I saw the picture my first thought was how perfectly they are sliced.

  52. Liz, you work magic in your kitchen. Truly! Love the look of these brownies!

  53. Oh boy! Chocolate syrup brownies?! Looks so decadent!

  54. jaja, that’s a good chocolate story, though I can also imagine the cleaning up of the car seat…!
    These are definitely worth trying my friend!

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