Oh my gravy all over my two scoops rice (that’s OMG! In my world) !!!
I was flipping through a “TV Chef’s” cookbook recently and saw something similar to this idea and thought, HMMM, I can do better.
I was at Trader Joe’s the other day and this caught my eye, Dulce de leche, that’ll work.
So here’s how it went.
Make up your favorite Brownie recipe, this is mine:
I use the above recipe exclusively.
Once that pan of gorgeousness is completely cooled, cut them into whatever size you prefer. Now take a baggie and spoon in some of the Caramel Spread; snip a small hole at one corner and start to pipe on the Caramel in a decorative pattern.
I brought back FIVE bags of Sea Salt on our last trip back home
Next, sprinkle on a small pinch of Hawaiian Sea Salt (or any Sea Salt that you can get, but the stuff from Hawaii is DA BOMB-DIGGITY!).
And there you have Hawaiian Sea Salted Caramel Brownies.
I have no clue why I just can’t get enough sweets lately, but I do.
Recently, I finally found Hershey’s Special Dark Cocoa. I have a couple of recipes that suggest using this product. Now I can make Hershey’s Best Brownies with this.
I had some Pistachios leftover from the Cannoli Ice Cream Cake that I made, so in they went.
I thought it best to make only a half batch. Some how they mysteriously disappeared before the next morning. HMMM…
Dessert. Sweets. The sugary stuff you know that you shouldn’t eat, but MAN, sometime ya just gotta!
We like Ice Cream and I found recently at our local supermarket, Tillamook brand, YUM!
Years ago we did a road trip through Oregon along the Pacific Coast Highway and made a stop at the Tillamook Creamery, OH MAN GAWD! I loved all of the free samples, not just cheese, but yogurt, ice cream and… I have to stop before I make DH take me back there, NOW!
So the other night I made up a batch of Hershey’s Best Brownies, minus the frosting. I add a ¼ teaspoon of Starbucks Via Ready Brew coffee into the dry ingredients, making a more intense chocolate flavored brownie. Once they’d cooled, I then chunked up a couple of pieces into a sundae dish, alternating with the ice cream.