This recipe transcends New Jersey cuisine. It represents American ingenuity and Hallmark values. Mike and I had been in the habit of taking our leftover frozen Easter bunnies, and incorporating them into brownie mix for mind-boggling results. I think these just took Valentine’s Day to the next level.
What You’ll Need:
- Assorted Chocolates (whatever you didn’t eat already)
- Brownie Mix
- Eggs, Water, Oil, Pan
First, consider the boxed chocolates.You might be tired of looking at them. If this is the case…it’s time to turn them into brownies.
First, prepare the brownie mix.You know this part so feel confident about it. Mix well, drop into the greased pan, and lick the spoon. Then, chop up the assorted chocolates. I like to chop them into 4 pieces each so that I can evenly distribute each surprise flavor across the brownie pan.
If you haven’t eaten most of the chocolates in the process of chopping them up (unveiling the hidden flavors inside), I encourage you to move onto the next phase. This involves sprinkling the morsels across the pan of mix. Make sure you distribute the flavors across the brownie landscape!
Bake the brownies according to the instructions on the box. When you take them out of the oven, each assorted chocolate will sort of inhale and exhale…making little moon craters across the pan. It’s so beautiful. As we cut into the hot molten brownies…I found myself blushing a little.
Mike and I enjoyed these hot out of the pan with a glass of milk…and called it a Valentine’s Day. The crazy thing is, they TASTE like assorted chocolates in brownie form! Probably nothing could be better. Get a load of THIS Paula Deen!
I’d like to wish my friends and family a very lovely Feb 14th, and enjoy a batch of these brownies! They really made February special.