Not your average rice krispie treats, these are made with nutty brown butter and filled with salted caramel.
Today I am celebrating!
I’ve been down with a nasty head cold all week and after 4 miserable days I’m finally feeling like myself.
And today this little old blog turns 6 years old!
A triple threat— these fudgy brownies start with a base of melted chocolate, are studded with chocolate chips, and topped with a rich chocolate ganache.
Sometimes I go crazy and make claims that I’m not much of a chocolate person. And that is definitely, absolutely 100% not true.
Put a pan of brownies in front of me and I’ll show you how much I love chocolate. I’m even pretty sure that I could have made these brownies disappear in record time if they weren’t destined to be shared at our Sunday family dinner.
Here’s a fun new way to decorate cookies for the holidays— frost brownie cut-outs instead! Recipe developed in partnership with Go Bold with Butter.
While frosting sugar cookies is a family tradition that I am quite fond of, it can often be a somewhat frustrating experience.
The cookies spread during baking and Santa and his eight tiny reindeer turn into indistinguishable blobs. Or the cookies burn because we’re having too much fun to pay close enough attention. And by the time we get to frosting we just don’t care anymore and our creativity takes a back seat to our sweet-tooth hunger pains.
So this year I’m changing things up and frosting fudgey brownies instead. One-bowl brownies couldn’t be an easier substitute for rolled sugar cookies, and who wouldn’t love the chocolate switcheroo? And here’s the real clincher: brownie scraps to munch on.