From my kitchen in downtown Toronto, I'm baking and cooking and keeping my family fed.
Your brownie looks fabulous (as does that mound of chocolate!)What a beautiful cat! :-)
I am glad, I didn't think of how much chocolate, I was using. Of course, I did not double it. Since, I did not make it gluten-free, only I am eating it. I did have some company who did their fair share, also.The nuts really make this and I almost left them out. Yours looks delectable.
I think we should all tell what is in our chocolate stash. I'm going to visit my daughter in Chicago soon. She lives close to an import store that has delicious chocolate at a great price. Hubby always shakes his head (and smiles) as he tries to fit 15 pounds of chocolate in a full bag. But he likes a challenge so all works out!This was a great recipe, I'll probably make it too often!Have a great week.
I like the idea of doubling brownie recipes!
Your brownies look great! So much chocolate and so little time:)!!
Love that shot of the chocolate! You can never go wrong doubling a batch of brownies.
Oooh, I'll take that first photo, please! :) Beautiful shot of the brownies, too!
Oh wow I love the picture with all the stacked up chocolate- yummy! Thanks for baking with me!
That's a lotta chocolate! They look yummy.
I have missed your lovely photos with flowers in them - so good to have you back. Man, that is chocolate overload! LOL at Nelix's tail.
I am loving the way all of that chocolate looks! Tasty brownies. :-)
helllo chocolate! isn't it awesome how much we get to surround ourselves with delicious ingredients? I really enjoyed this recipe and wish I would have doubled it myself. :)
You had me at that stack of chocolate!Neelix is such a handsome cat!
A DOUBLE batch. Wowza!! And they are gone!! Yep, they WERE that good.Love the cat.
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