A couple of months ago our goddaughter spent a few nights in our place, and it was such a blessing for us. She is a teenager – which may sound scary, but she’s just the sweetest, most talented and polite young lady you could think of. She’s also an excellent baker and loves to try all kinds of recipes, so I obviously asked her to bake something really delicious for us to have for dessert!
She decided to make brownies – the chewy kind, we all love those, don’t we? She made this incredibly delicious-looking batter and decided to bake it in a cake pan, after all. So it turned out kind of like a mud cake, but she made another batch the next day (the traditional brownie shape) and they were just as delish!
So basically you can use this recipe whether you’d like to make chewy brownies or a mudcake. Personally I don’t care what shape it is when it tastes this good! I literally ate half of that first batch myself and begged her to make another one.
The texture is mouthwatering – kind of crispy on the surface but wonderfully muddy and chewy in the center. A little goes a long way but I just kept going for that “one more piece”…
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Quick Tip: Serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.