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Celebrating the Cleveland Browns with a special brownies recipe from Bloom Bakery

Bloom Bakery bakes brownies to celebrate last night's win

CLEVELAND — Here we go, Brownies! Here we go!

Cleveland Browns fans are celebrating their first big win of the season after beating the New York Jets 23-3 at MetLife Stadium on Monday night.

What better way to celebrate than with some brownies from the folks at Bloom Bakery?

Their team joined us on Channel 3 Tuesday morning to share a tasty recipe for brownies that you simply have to try.

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Here's how you can make these brownies for yourself...


2 cups of butter

3 cups of 70 percent dark chocolate

10 eggs

2 tablespoons of vanilla

2 cups of flour

2 teaspoons of baking powder

3 teaspoons of salt

1.5 cups of chocolate chips (your choice)


Melt butter and dark chocolate over a double boiler. While that is melting, in a separate bowl mix together flour, baking powder and salt.

Once the butter and dark chocolate are melted, mix together all of the ingredients and fold in chocolate chips.

Make sure the pans are thoroughly sprayed or wiped with butter.

Bake at 320 degrees for 30 minutes.

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This fall, Bloom Bakery is welcoming local chefs to host a series of executive dinners as part of its “Bloom Signature Chef Series.” Participants will chat with other foodies and chefs while helping select the bakery’s fall menu items.

The event is Oct. 10 at Bloom Public Square. Tickets are $75 and are available HERE. It will feature chefs from University Hospitals.

Bloom Bakery is a product of Towards Employment, a non-profit organization that helps people with criminal records return to the work force. Last year, Towards Employment helped 612 people find jobs.