Posted by: Jason Wood | November 17, 2009

Super Brownies

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Why are these brownies super? Supergirl decided that she wanted to make something all by herself and Z-man and I were craving some brownies so Supergirl said she would make them for us, so… Super Brownies!

First step is to prepare the pans. Supergirl traced out on parchment paper some liners for the pans

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In a large bowl mix the flour and cocoa together. Supergirl had fun digging deep into the bag for the flour

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the cocoa was much easier

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Supergirl was a little nervous over the next step never having really done anything over a hot element on her own but she was game for it

 

This is melted butter and sugar, and it can get HOT so be careful. 

While the butter and sugar are melting together you can break the eggs (Supergirl’s favorite part of the whole process I think) into the dry mix

Pour the melted butter and sugar into the mix (and again, be careful it is sticky and hot. Nothing is worse than a hot sugar burn, trust me)

Mix all this up and the yummy factor jumps up by a gazillion

If you can resist eating this as is, pour it into the two pans that were prepared earlier

The next step is to put the pans into the oven. Supergirl had some serious hesitation staring into the open door of a hot oven but she stepped up and put the pans in (a proud Daddy moment. sniff)

Supergirl closed the oven and grabbed the measuring cup and wouldn’t share

Now, the next step Supergirl just flat out refused to do, said the beater makes too much noise so Dad stepped in and made some chocolate butter cream frosting.

By this time the brownies should be finished, take them out and leave them on a wire rack to cool before spreading the icing

Supergirl came back to spread the icing (and lick the spatula afterwards of course!)

Slice em up and see how long they last

Super Brownies

1 1/2 cups sugar

3/4 cups butter

melt together in small saucepan

1/2 cup cocoa

1 cup flour

3 eggs

1 teaspoon vanilla

mix all ingredients together, pour into two 9 inch pans lined with parchment paper and bake 25 minutes at 350.

Butter Cream Frosting

3 1/2 cups confectioner’s sugar

2/3 cup cocoa

1/2 cup butter

1/2 cup milk

1 teaspoon vanilla

combine sugar and cocoa in large bowl. Cream butter and 1/2 cup of sugar/cocoa mixture in another larger bow. Gradually add milk and remaining sugar/cocoa mixture, alternating wet and dry. beat until reaches spreading consistency.

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Responses

  1. No walnuts?
    And sure, wait until we’re gone and make the brownies WITH frosting!! Sheesh!

    • don’t like walnuts in my brownies, I prefer my chocolate pure and unadulterated!

  2. No protein? 🙂


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