Warning! This article has absolutely nothing to do with a healthy low-fat diet. However, this is Valentine’s Day, and I am one of those who volunteer to provide snacks for teachers, classrooms, etc. I call it torture in my health blog writing process, but I firmly believe that life is business as usual and I’ve made wise choices. Bread must continue! This is for the teacher … others for the salon: chocolate buns.
I am using this recipe for making brownie cakes … It makes a big plate of brownie cakes with the desired thickness, which can be cut into thin slices, and after cooling it becomes hard enough to cut it cleanly. Plus, it’s delicious in all respects, and of course it’s weird one of my favorite cake recipes. (I missed Oreo.)
Here is how to do it:
Follow the instructions to prepare the cakes … Save Oreo. I will not try to put it in a 9 x 13 pie, the chocolate cake will be very thick. If you don’t have a 1/2 sheet drawer, you can try 9 x 13 and 8 x 8.
A 2 inch heart shaped cutter is perfect for this project. Place the entire cake on a large cutting board and cut the shape of the heart.
Be sure to freeze the baked cookie cake by gently pressing it down, then lift the bun cake and pull it away. Carefully push the heart-shaped cake and transfer it to the tray. If you cut the next row of hearts upside down, you can produce more hearts.
If using a 2 inch cutter, it should be possible to remove 24 cakes from the batch. I also made 3 little hearts with my knife.
(This part of the chocolate cake must also be cooled.) Melt the desired chocolate in a bowl (in a microwave) and stir until smooth. I use red and white flakes for chocolate, but you can also use it. Remove the crumbs on the top of the cake and keep them on the side facing down. Dip the top into melted chocolate and dry on wax paper (chocolate face). Sprinkle festive decorations on top if necessary.
I thought it looked pretty. I don’t think this applies to any cake cookie recipe. Use this to make those cupcakes sturdy. I managed to pass this recipe without sampling the cookie cake (please clap!). Put these crumbs in a small zipper and throw them in the fridge for lunch at school.
Before this sinister vacation ends, I must pass two more recipes for Valentine’s Day! I can do it. Talk to me … ‘chew gum! Chewing gum! Chewing gum! Chewing gum! This is the only way