There are brownies, which can range from cakey to fudgy and from plain to nut-studded and chocolate frosted … and there are Killer Brownies. While many places sell what they call Killer Brownies, the term is in fact a trademarked name for the astounding ultra-super-duper-death-by-chocolate squares originated at Akron, Ohio’s West Point Market. (The market is gone, but its killer brownies still are available by mail at Profoundly chewy and incomprehensibly fudgy, studded with chocolate chips and chopped walnuts and layered with thick caramel, a single original killer brownie contains a lifetime of sweet-tooth pleasure. In addition to originals, the West Point Market bakery turns out Killer triple-layer blondies, peanut butter krazies, Kona Kahluas, bourbon pecans, chocolate raspberry suicides, and Killers without nuts.

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