18 June 2014
Fudgy Blueberry Brownies (and Martha Stewart Helped!)
One of the things I'm most pleased about since I have been slowly transitioning to real food, is the amount of actual ingredients I now keep in my pantry. I no longer open the door to a bunch of pre-packaged box dinners made with Lord-only-knows-what. It's quite exciting for me.
recipe for Blueberry Brownies at i am baker. Blueberries, butter, chocolate chips, sugar, eggs, vanilla, cocoa powder, flour, and kosher salt -- check!
The recipe is extraordinarily easy. So much so that I promise to never make brownies from a box again. Seriously. Ne-ver.
And the blueberries? Oh. My. Imagine taking a bite of fudginess, followed by a literal burst of berry flavor. Yep.
Brownie Slice Pan*. The chances of me ever purchasing one for myself would have probably been slim to none (think "who needs that?"). However, it was a gift from my loving mother. And now that I have used one, I adore it!
It reminds me of a shallow square springform pan, the difference being you lift the product out of the pan instead of "springing" the pan off the product. Get me?
The pre-sliced sectional is a bonus; inserting it is not required. One of the suggestions from the box is using it with rice krispie treats, and I do think the pre-slice thingamajig would be great with those.
*Note on product link above: First, it's an affiliate link (see disclaimer below). More importantly, this links to the "Chicago Metallic" pan. I assure you it is the same pan that came in the Martha Stewart box I have. My pan even has "Chicago Metallic" imprinted on it. Feel free to look at the "Martha Stewart" version here. As of this moment, it appears to cost about $2.50 more for her name.
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