These are so rich! You only need a bite...yet, you keep going back for more! Layer the toppings or mix them all together. However you top it, it is intensely full of deep, sweet flavors!
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Thursday, April 18, 2013
My youngest just came home from the hospital last night after staying there 3 days from an asthma attack. The whole time there, he wanted brownies. This morning, I made these really easy fudgy brownies for him. I know he will be happy to share with the rest of us. Enjoy them out of the oven while they are soft and gooey or let them cool and they are chewy outer covering and fudgy inside. Either way, I know you will love them! Use different flavor graham crackers, chips, dried fruit, nuts .... for a variety of new brownies. I am thinking quite a few ways to enjoy them!
Sunday, March 10, 2013
A frozen delight made from an old recipe. This is what happened the other day when I made it in the morning. I forgot a middle layer and left it in the freezer. YUM!
Thursday, August 11, 2011
Yesterday was National Smores Day! The blog was down and I was unable to post our contribution to it. My Boys have a wonderful, and messy, time assembling there smores. Super easy to make with pudding and marshmallow fluff. My intentions were to freeze them and have Frozen Smores except, yeah you know what is coming next, they were gone before I could save one. I'll try to make another batch today and freeze them. Enjoy!
Small box of Sugar Free Chocolate Pudding
1 1/2 cups Milk
Whisk pudding mix and milk. Let set in refrigerator for 5 minutes.
Set out graham crackers, marshmallow fluff and pudding on a tray. You'll see why. ~winks~
Let the children assemble and watch smiles grown on messy faces!