Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Short, but sweet






This week's TWD post* (thanks to Jayma of Two Scientists Experimenting in the Kitchen for her pick of Brownie Buttons; the recipe is on her blog) is brought to you by the number 24 and the letters O and K--I love Dorie's concept of making bite-sized brownies in mini muffin tins (though I thought it was weird that the recipe made 16, so I adjusted the ingredients and made 2 dozen), but next time I will try a different brownie recipe, since these weren't particularly outstanding even though I topped them with the glaze from the Chocolate-Chocolate Cupcakes and was careful not to over-bake them (though that didn't stop Brianna and Gillian from devouring them).

*See here for more info

18 comments:

  1. They look terrific with the chocolate glaze! I will try that next time along with Ina's peanut butter frosting that Nancy used.

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  2. They look incredible! A pretty, elegant little dessert. I really enjoyed these, but I didn't think there were quite enough of them!

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  3. perfect description for them. short but sweet.

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  4. Mmmmm... those look so perfect and dainty, they could be mistaken for bonbons! How classy!

    Very, very well done DI!

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  5. Those look SO good... probably the best I've seen today! You can't beat that chocolate-chocolate glaze! :)

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  6. Your buttons look great with the chocolate frosting. Glad they were a hit with the kids!

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  7. I am green with envy about your great looking glaze, your buttons look incredible.

    Ulrike @ K├╝chenlatein

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  8. I love the progression. A picture really is worth a thousand words!

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  9. I frosted mine.

    They were fabulous.

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  10. Sorry the recipe wasn't as much to your brownie fancy. Its great hearing what others like! Great topping choice!

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  11. They look fabulous with the chocolate icing! I didn't think they were outstanding either, but it really is such an adorable dessert.

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  12. Great photos and I love your one sentence post, so much so that I may make the Katharine Hepburn brownies as minis instead of these and write a one sentence post before this week of one line blogging is over!

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  13. what beautiful brownies (even if they aren't everything we've hoped and dreamed of, taste wise:)

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  14. Your brownie buttons look fabulous! They remind me of Hershey's kisses with the swirly glaze! =)

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  15. They looked great! It's cute that you even used the little liners. Chocolate glaze on top looks mighty good.

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  16. They look beautiful - love the chocolate glaze!

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