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A layered gourmet brownie mix is the next best thing to home-baking. Doll a jar of this mix in a pretty rattan basket, along with a new brownie baking pan for a complete gift. Just use a great quality pure cocoa.
A lazy baker can have a brainstorm of an idea. Rugulah are amazing but rolling each wedge up individually can take time. Why not make a Rugulah Bar instead? This recipe is totally easy and just another route to rugulah that still spells success. Instead of rolling crescents, this special recipe creates a rugulah lasagna. Never mind, just try it! Perfect as a Hanukkah gift.
From "A Treasury of Jewish Holiday Baking"
What could be better than fudge brownies with a secret layer of Mallomars (or in Canada, Whippet Cookies), those chocolate coated marshmallow cookies? These are fabulous brownies in their own right but adding the Mallomars puts them over the top. They also take 14 cookies - a perfect count for Valentine's Day brownies. This is a really sticky, chocolately, decadent amazing brownie. The cookies provide a gooey element and the graham bottoms bake into crunchy and sweet crispness that adds a perfect texture to the brownies.
Maple and white chocolate and nutty things – how could you go wrong? Topped with a caramel maple sugar glaze.
A few pantry ingredients make a brownie base, which is then swirled with a Betty Crocker cake mix, such as a white or gold cake. The result is a fudgy, chewy brownie, with lovely golden pockets of cake baked in. It looks fabulous; it tastes better. Topped off with chocolate chips, sprinkled onto the still-warm cake, and you have a chocolate lover’s paradise. Takes less than 8 minutes to assemble. All you need is a food processor, a baking sheet, and an oven. Real ‘wow’ factor in a bakesale prizewinner.
These are a triumph. I never heard of Mazurka Bars, purportedly of Polish origin, until I read Bread Alone, a novel by Judith Hendricks. I don’t recall a recipe in the book for these bars and a quick search didn’t result in any recipe that resembled the description of a tart or shortbread bottom, a smack of tart apricot spread or filling and a luscious topping of caramelized walnuts. I finally found a local Russian bakery that sold Mazurka bars and bought one. Wow! Easy to figure out why they're so amazing. Here's my rendition of these sweet, tangy, chewy, buttery bars.
Beautiful fruity bars that are the best of a square in a mash-up with the best elements of a fruit cobbler. It's all held together with a kiss of fondant.
These are deep, dark, moist, delicious brownies, enlivened with the gorgeous fragrance of pure coffee ‘absolute’ an intense, pure coffee extra my friend Anya McCoy of Anya’s Garden Perfumes sent me. It results in brownies that waft an incredible perfume, born of the flavor and fragrance fusion of the coffee extrsact, with the vanilla and chocolate notes. Anya McCoy
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Mock Mille-Feuilles? For years, people have been doing odd things with Ritz Crackers. Perhaps you've come across the famed Mock Apple Pie? Mille-feuilles, in French, means one thousand sheets, or layers. The steps required to make this luscious version of the classic pastry can be counted on one hand. 24 hours chill time is recommended. It will keep for three days - refrigerated.