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A sweet chocolate dessert that has a history of different stories of origin, but all pointing to being created around the mid 1800's. Brownies may have derived from chocolate cakes, becoming a more dense and shorter version. Typically, a brownie is approximately 1 inch in height and since it is quite dense, it has a chewy texture that provides a very sweet flavor. There are a wide variety of different types of brownies made, all very similar in consistency and flavor.

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