- n. Plural form of Brownie.
“I do have one called Brownies that could work if a place could be found.”
“When I started in Brownies back in elementary school, the girls fought over who would push my small red wheelchair.”
“And for dessert, On-the-Fence Brownies from the King Arthur Flour Cookie Companion (page 158).”
“But the little girls wanted to come in and so a separate division was made for them called the Brownies or”
“I hadn’t been in Brownies in my previous city … so it was all new to me.”
“(Grace’s daughter Iris and my daughter Nell are in Brownies together.)”
“I’m curious because Baggett’s recipe for Lowny’s Brownies is a bit different from the one you posted.”
“I tend to think so, especially after trying these Pumpkin Brownies.”
“Constantly rolling out statistics that are usually complete baloney, also known as Brownies?”
“I shall measure them by Tommy – they say the Brownies are about his size – and if ever I turned out a well-made coat and waistcoat, they shall be his.”
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