I've seen this recipe on several food blogs and was obsessed with them. Being a big fan of Snickerdoodle cookies, I knew the moment I saw these I had to give them a whirl. What impressed me most about this recipe was that it was super basic, no need to run out and buy anything special, just raid your fridge and pantry and bake away! These are super easy to make and will have your house smelling heavenly in 10 minutes. These bars go great with a cup of piping hot coffee! Now get obsessed with these bars and get to baking! My hats off to Julia of Dozen Flours who I adapted this from and tweaked to create this new favorite of my family and friends :) Now everyone asks me for the recipe! I have not seen a recipe on Zaar like this, so I am posting it here to share!
If you love peanut butter then this is for you, these are moist, rich and they bake out perfrectly, I made mine in an 11 x 7-inch baking pan but you can also bake it in a 13 x 9-inch pan and adjust the baking time slightly --- you don't need a mixer to make this everything is mixed by hand and you won't even need icing on these, just serve these topped with ice cream, yield is only estimated.
This is just a recipe I came up with when I was in the mood of tinkering a little, rather than following a recipe. Even people who like peanut butter have told me this is VERY peanut buttery, so you've really got to love it for this recipe!
Packaged biscuit mix supplies the flour, shortening, leavening, and salt. You add nuts, white baking pieces, and sugar.
You can also package this in a jar to give as gifts (see last note in directions)
Super easy, these brownies draw raves as if I were baking all day. I like to make these, regular brownies and cream cheese brownies at the same time and serve a variety plate. (I found this recipe online somewhere in the last few years, not sure of the original source.)
This is a rich chocolate dessert that is so simple to make, looks impressive and tastes divine. The original recipe came from the Betty Crocker site. The hour cooling time is not included in the prep time shown.
Today I made these and they are very good. I didn't have exactly four cups of wafers so I added chocolate oreo crumbs to make up the difference. My posted photo is a bit blurry and after many snaps I finally ate the whole project. The 3/4 peppermint is just the right amount too.
The brownie was invented in Chicago in 1893 by the chef of the Palmer House Hotel at the request of Mrs. Bertha Palmer. The ladies attending the Columbian Exposition needed something they could eat with their hands without getting them dirty, making this great for the Superball game.
The recipe below is the exact one used at the Palmer House Hilton Hotel on State Street today. The brownies are easier to cut if you place the whole pan into the freezer for 3 to 4 hours after glazing, then remove and cut with a serrated knife. In fact, freezing them after glazing is highly recommended for the recipe to work properly.
Fast, easy, and so yummy! I had a brownie mix to use up, and my 4 year old was sick and needed a pick me up. Thank you Duncan Hines! These would be great for kids to make. Just 5 ingredients, and you've got great chocolate-chocolate chip cookies. And don't forget the ice cold milk to have with these!