I am doing holiday baking and I can't decide (yes...I'm one of THOSE women) what kind of brownie bites to bake......chocolate chip/candy cane, chocolate chip/toffee, chocolate chip/white chocolate, OR chocolate chip peanut butter? If you vote I'll be your best friend.
Definitely chocolate chip/toffee! Yummy!
Choco-Toffe would be the most delicious, but Choco-Cane would be the most festive. Is your goal to deliver timeless deliciousness or holiday focused deliciousness? Depending on that I would make my decision.
Why not make a small batch of all of them? It's a little more work but think of all the OOOOHHHHs you'll get!
in spirit of the season, candy cane However, I must suggest a recipe from barefoot contessa (can be found on foodnetwork) for coffee brownies that will BLOW YOUR MIND! this is the link for the recipe http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ina- … index.html
Chocolate chip, toffee!
Let me know when they are ready, I'll bring the milk!
You are tempting me too much... and I need to avoid all such things...
chocolate chip/white chocolate
Thanks! I'll check and see if there are any other takers later. Still working on some cake balls.
Nah Sorry... Just Can't Visualize any of these...
You'll need to deliver Samples!
Since I have had the chocolate chip/candy cane and I know how good it is, I think you should make that one. Would fit perfect with Christmas season just around the corner.
Bookmarked - thanks ! ! ! These are going to get tried this holiday season!
Wow, I'm going to split the vote further and go with choc/peanut butter. I looove anything with chocolate and peanut butter together.
LOL!!!! I think I'll make the batch of brownies and make some of all! Thanks for your help and suggestions!!!
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