The only dessert you’ll ever need to make. Yer welcome.Posted: September 1, 2011
anyone who’s been around my little corner of the interwebz know’s i cook. i cook well. i cook often. the cajun/mexican college of la cocina Del Gutierrrez trained me well. 2 things i don’t do: bake, and make desserts. wait, i don’t do anal either, make that 3 things. well ok, maybe if he’s REALLY cute. wokka wokka. now i’m sure most of you understand my total adoration of the fairer sex, and dessert can be a BIG thing for them. make it a chocolate dessert and it can be an EPIC deal. there is one dessert that i have in my arsenal and i will share it with you tonight.
snicker brownies. mother.fucking.snicker brownies.
i have never. ever. EVER, had a girl look disappointed upon tasting them. So-so asks me to make them at least ONCE a month. one of the girls at work will slip me $6 and just say, “please danny.” i fall for it every time. well Ducky, a waitress at my local, get’s the delicacy once a month. she has a medical condition, so my cooking (when ever i have leftovers, she consumes it) has managed to keep her from going underweight with her chemo (she told me this a while ago). i found out the Duck was working tonight so i dropped some off for to nosh later. she usually shares my cooking. she WILL NOT share her brownies. i called her to check and make sure the tosilog and brownies hit the spot, but she was busy and hadn’t eaten. “did you share the brownies sweetie.”, i asked. i got a very quick and short answer: “uh.NO.” lol. she’s adorable.
you will need:
1 box Ghirardelli brownie mix (i like the dark chocolate variety),2/3 cups of chocolate chips (i roll toll house morsels…classic), 1/2 cup hut fudge. 8×8 aluminum cooking pan (greased with butter….yes BUTTER). 4 snicker bars- cut in half length-wise then cut in small 1/2″ cubes.
mix the brownie mix per box instructions along with the chocolate chip. then add the hot fudge and FOLD it gently into the mix (you want to create pockets of the fudge….not mix it in with the batter). pour batter into the pan. and cook at 325 for 40 minutes. take the brownies out and cover with the cut up snickers bars. cook for another 7-10 minutes. remove from heat.
let it sit for at least one hour. you want the brownies to set before you cut into them. honestly….i let them sit for about 2 hours. if serving for a small family, simply cut it in four sections. when i’m cooking the for the dept or for multiple persons, i cut it in rows of 4×4. if i cook these for a date, i cut it in quaters, and top it with ice cream and hot fudge.