cookie dough brownie, in fact My secret is knowing the right boxed mix to use (Betty Crocker Original Supreme). This time I was going to try it from scratch using a recipe from King Arthur Flour:
"What will I do with the heart cut-out in the center?" I wondered.
I found the pan's purpose: brownies. It just makes sense...you know, more edges. I lightly greased and floured the bottom of the pan and lined with wax paper before pressing the brownie batter into the pan. The batter was thick. Really thick. My kids even commented, "Wow. That seems really thick."
I sprinkled with powdered sugar and trimmed the boarder with fresh red raspberries.
We served the brownie tart (tart seems like a good name for it) that evening for my brother's induction into the Knights of Columbus. See...there was a baking occasion after all!
The outside of the brownie was kind of hard and chewy ,and the inside was soft and chocolatey and cakey.
I still had about a third of the batter remaining, so we made a couple dozen brownie bites.
Don't let the size be an indication of flavor. These little brownie bites are rich. They are also firm on the outside and cakey on the inside.
I thought the brownie-bite was the perfect serving size for this brownie recipe.
And they're just so cute.Chocolate Heart Pudding Cups and before we knew it, we had a little mini-party on our hands. Just add pink lemonade.
Two chocolate filled desserts filled with love for your Valentines this year.