First up … BROWNIES. I am searching for the perfect brownie recipe. It’s a noble quest; a worthy quest. Do you have a recipe I should try then be sure to comment below or send me an email. I would love some feedback.
I want the perfect chocolatey chewy with a touch of cakiness. Oh, and don’t forget the shiny top. The perfect brownie has to have a SHINY top! The building block to a brownie a la mode, Turtle Brownie, Cheesecake Brownies …
There a few things I am serious about and that is burgers, cupcakes, and brownies. There are many greats but there are also some duds. There is no joy in Mudville when you experience a sub par burger, cupcake, or brownie. I can’t explain what makes it crapola but your taste buds sure can.
Next, this is my contribution to The Leftovers Club.
I decided to join The Leftovers Club thanks to Kelly at Kelly Bakes. I met Kelly at Eat Write Retreat. She was a fellow volunteer and also extremely cool. She told me about a way to network with fellow bloggers through The Leftovers Club.
I did say I want to practice networking ( I might have just said it to myself) but it is true. I suck at networking. I am an introvert for the most part. If my job did not require that I talk with others then I more than likely would never talk. I give good phone voice in case you are wondering – ha!
Talking to others and DON’T even start with crowds … it can start the flutters and sweats like only anxiety can do. I think the thought of being thought of as lacking or an idiot makes me get all kerfuffley.
Essentially, I need to get out of my head.
I strongly feel the need to connect with other bloggers and pick their creative brains and become inspired. Inspiration is usually found around you or so they say. In order to do that I have to surround.
Lastly, this recipe is from this great cookbook that I picked up about baked goodies!
The cookbook is by Kim Ima and is entitled “The Treats Truck Baking Book: Cookies, Brownies, & Goodies Galore!” It’s a great cookbook and everything I have made thus far has been fantastic … chocolate chip cookies, devil’s food cake, and brownies.
I can’t wait to take on a pie or two. This is great for any baking skill set. The recipes are easy peasy along with ingredients that can be found at your local grocery store. It’s a keeper! I am eyeing the Kitchen Sink Crispy Squares treats for my next session in the kitchen. Did I mention I am suppose to be losing weight?
Want to try this brownie recipe? Head on over to The Daily Meal and make Kim Ima’s delicious Brownies. This is the same recipe featured in the cookbook and I did not make any changes except adding crushed toffee in the middle.
I enjoyed the richness of the brownie and I would say it’s in my Top 5 but alas it’s not the Holy Grail brownie of my dreams.