I don’t think we’ve ever stood as close to one another as when we are all reaching into the bowl of cookie dough at once. No one wants to be left out of that!
These brownies kind of had quite an effect on me. Apparently the chocolate-caramel-coconut combination is my own personal form of ambrosia. I had to send extra brownies in the kids lunches to keep myself from eating the whole pan.
When I mentioned to Carla that I needed a killer brownie recipe for the upcoming family reunion brownie bake-off for eternal fame and glory, she suggested I try her Peanut Butter Crispy Marshmallow Brownies.
Today is National Cheesecake Day! Woot! Woot! Let’s hear it for cheesecake!
Mom used to make these in a sheet pan and cut the crust off before serving them. Grandpa would always sneak into the kitchen and eat the crusts. He always said they were the best part! I think he was also a little worried my mom would throw them away.
Peppermint and I have some things in common, namely, that we are both close personal friends with chocolate, and we’re both tired of cherries and strawberries monopolizing the Valentines Day dessert scene.
I have no patience for complicated recipes and doing dishes and stuff like that. Give me something I can whip together in 5 minutes in one bowl and satisfy my cravings. Otherwise, I’m left to raiding the cupboards, searching for leftover Easter candy.
Share on TumblrA simple, 5-ingredient recipe for a brownie made with white chocolate. Source: Adapted from Chocolate Brownie Recipe Yield: about 12 small brownies I am always looking for excuses to make new recipes that I have never tried before. This one appealed to me, partly because they are so pretty and simple and white, [Read On]