29 June 2012


So I tried a new-ish recipe last night. I had originally seen it on Pinterest, but then when I went to a Pampered Chef party last week, the consultant made something very similar. As expected, it was delicious, so I decided to make it for the going-away party we're attending tonight.

I tried to get the Pinterest picture, but it's so simple you don't really need it. The hardest part for me was finding the right pan (which was finally in the Calphalon section at Target). It's a pan that has twelve individual square spots, a couple of inches or so square each.

In each spot of the pan, spread chocolate chip cookie dough. Then put the treat in the middle. At the party where I actually sampled it, a peanut butter cup was used. I used a Rolo. The recipe on Pinterest also suggested an Oreo. Lastly, pour brownie dough over the top until each spot is about 3/4 full. Bake at 350 for 18 minutes (this part of the instructions was from Pinterest, but it worked for me).

Super, yummy, delicious.

1 comment:

siteseer said...

I bet I know someone who could help. She could probably spread the cookie mix and definitely put the candy piece in. Sounds delicious.