|2 cups||brown sugar|
|1 ½ cups||Nestle Nesquik chocolate flavor powder|
|2 blocks||salted butter|
|1 tsp||sea salt|
- In a large bowl, cream the butter and sugar
- Add eggs (scrambled) and mix
- In a separate bowl, mix Nesquik powder, flour, salt
- Add dry ingredients to the butter, sugar, and eggs mixture – mix well
- Add to glass pan
- Bake in oven at 350 degrees for 30 minutes
- Turn off oven BUT leave brownies in oven for additional 5 minutes
- Cut into pieces
- Eat with glass of milk or vanilla ice cream
Recipe submitted by Koa Duncan, Grandson of Ululani Duncan
This is my Tutu, Ululani Duncan’s brownie recipe. I grew up eating these at every family dinner and special occasions. My Tutu's brownies were famous in our family and to extended ʻohana and friends.
As a result of putting together this recipe, I learned from Tutu that it all began with my Great Grandmother Gladys Duncan. She started making this brownie recipe for her son, my Grandpa Rudy Duncan when he was a child. It was then passed down to her daughter-in-law (My Tutu), who passed it down to her daughter-in-law (My mom), who has now passed it down to her daughter-in-law (My wife).
History has shown that the key to happiness for us Duncan men are some ono brownies.