Race Car Brownies are irresistible. My cousin gave me this recipe about 30 years ago, and it’s a keeper. They used to make up a batch of these delicious brownies every time they went to NASCAR races. Thus, the name, Race Car Brownies. These jewels have Hershey’s syrup in the batter and use Hershey’s chocolate chips in the fudgy icing. Yes, they are everything you want in a brownie.
We had the young adult group from our church over for lunch in January. I made up two fabulous Pizza Casseroles, Fried Green Beans, Creamy Sweet Corn, Greek Salad, and Oreo Cookie Dessert. I also made this lovely brownie dessert. We had a large turn out of kids. What didn’t get eaten up initially, got sent home in care packages. They were very pleased. 🙂
I baked these brownies in a cookie sheet rather than a baking dish. The brownies aren’t as thick that way. But they’re so rich it works out just as well. The icing is smoothed over top rather quickly while the brownies are still hot. It’s thick, chocolaty and fudgy.
This terrific dessert should be on your menu. Whether you’re going to Nascar races or just soccer practice down the street, these are the brownies to take! Everyone will want one, and you’ll be left holding an empty pan. Enjoy.
Race Car Brownies are so mouthwatering.
These brownies are rich, decadent and heavenly.
Whether you take them to NASCAR races or just down the street, these brownies just have to be eaten!
Here’s what I did.
I used these ingredients for the brownies.
Soften butter. Add sugar.
Mix with an electric mixer until fluffy.
Add chocolate syrup.
Add UNBLEACHED all-purpose flour. Bleached flour toughens baked goods.
Stir with a wooden spoon to combine.
Grease a 12×17″ cookie sheet. Spread brownie batter into prepared cookie sheet.
Bake at 350 for 30-40 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Pour icing over top of brownies while still hot.
I used these ingredients for the icing.
Melt butter and evaporated milk in medium-sized saucepan over low to medium heat.
Stir to combine.
Bring mixture to a boil. Boil one minute. Remove from heat and add chocolate chips.
Stir until chocolate chips are melted.
Immediately spread hot icing over hot brownies. Work quickly as the mixture will harden and turn to fudge very rapidly.
Cool completely before cutting into bars.
Race Car Brownies are terrific for tailgating parties, soccer games, NASCAR races or backyard barbecues.
Here’s the recipe.
RACE CAR BROWNIES
(Recipe adapted from my cousin, Linda Eubank Huck, Marietta, OH)
These fudgy, frosted brownies will have you coming back for more!
Every bite of Race Car Brownies will have you drooling.
It’s hard not to eat a stack of Race Car Brownies in one sitting!