Chocolate Buttermilk Squares
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 20 min.
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I tried this recipe and it's par excellence! Only changes: Omitted salt in the icing and did not use the almonds on top of the icing. My baking time, however was 20 to 30 minutes! I tried the squares at 20 minutes. But squares tested done at 10 minutes more. Squares were REALLY moist!
I'd like to find one like it but not as sweet. It's overpowering! However, it's super easy and great for learning to cook.
I reviewed before...Here's how to make this recipe perfect: Use heaping tablespoons of cocoa where called for. And for the frosting, use 6T buttermilk and only 3-1/2 cups powdered sugar. Then it will pour on nicely instead of having to be spread an maybe not looking as nice. You know, I also reduced the butter in the cake by 1/3 once and it seemed just fine.
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These are incredibly moist. The combination of chocolate and buttermilk is just right. I fixed these for a potluck at church and came home with an empty serving platter!
Turned out great - made for a birthday and all was gobbled up. I would try 1 more T of buttermilk in frosting as I had to sort of spread it/pat it around.
This is always a winner! I have taken this to work and the pan was empty in no time!
We call this Texas Sheet cake at my house. While the cake is baking you can make the frosting and put it on warm
These are the most wonderful squares! Have made these for years! They will never fail you!