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Lava Double Nut Brownies

I know volcanoes usually spew lava from the top, but these ‘Lava Double Nut Brownies’ spew chocolateee lava from the bottom!  Being in the kitchen trying new things with tried and true desserts like brownies is like being in 5th grade and creating a science experiment!  And, today when I made these brownies, yes, starting with a box base brownie mix then embellishing and bohoing making them amazing, was nothing short of winning the 5th grade Science Fair!

When you let them cool about 20-30 minutes after removing from the oven, you have a gooey oooey lava that flows from the bottom when you scoop one from the baking dish…make sure you use a flexible egg turner to get under the brownie and scoop up the melting chocolate!

Finally, you may ask, “Why did Ally use a box starter mix?’  Well, a couple of reasons~~one, I wanted something fast, and this was easier…’ and, two, ‘cuz I had it, and it needed to be used!  Waste not, want not!  Wrapped these coma-inducing bad girls up and gave most all away to the wonderful guys working at the Verizon store!
Lava Double Nut Brownies

Lava Double Nut Brownies

lava double nut brownies

Yield: One 9x9 baking pan


  • Preheat Oven to 325
  • 1 box chocolate fudge brownie mix
  • ¾ cup oil
  • 2 beaten eggs
  • ½ cup sour cream
  • 2 tsp. espresso instant coffee
  • ¼ cup Patron coffee liqueur
  • ½ cup salted pistachios
  • ½ cup chopped walnuts
  • ¾ cup roughly broken chunks of baking chocolate


  1. Dump brownie mix in a large mixing bowl.  Add oil, baten eggs, sour cream, instant coffee, Patron and blend well with a hand mixer on low speed for about 3 minutes.
  2. Add pistachios and walnuts and blend.  Add chocolate chunks and blend.
  3. Pour into a greased 9x9 baking dish.  Bake in a preheated 325 oven about 50-60 minutes.  Cover the top loosely with roil if it’s getting too brown before the brownies are done.
  4. Remove and let cool about 20-30 minutes.  If served  after that, the chocolate on the bottom will ooze when served.  As the brownies sit and cool for several more hours, the oozing dissipates, but it’s still chocolateeee yummy goodnesss!

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Lava Double Nut Brownies

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