Sunday, August 27, 2017

Sunday, August 27, 2017

Sunday, August 27, 2017

What the Beck???

Recipe Review

Today’s Recipe and Location: Knock You Naked, Brownies
Found in: The Pioneer Woman blog

I figured out that there are 385 calories, if 16 servings are made. (Please note that the calorie counts vary depending on the specific brands of ingredients that you choose to use.)

Today, I remade an old favorite of mine. I love these Knock You Naked, Brownies!  I promised my neighbor Denise’s grandson these fabulous brownies for his ninth birthday. I plan on sharing them tomorrow with my knitting group and the library staff, too. Yum!  Yum!

 I decided to protect my new 9 x 9'' pan, so I lined it 
with parchment paper. Once it was lined, I greased 
the paper with butter and then flour.  It took me
some time to locate this rare size pan. I usually
use an 8 x 8, but I try to say true to Ree's directions.

 I began by putting a German Chocolate cake mix in a bowl.

 I added in some evaporated milk

 and melted some butter in the microwave.

 I poured the butter into the mixture,

 and then added in the chopped pecans.

 The mixture is very thick.

 Ree said to divide the mixture in half.

 I put half in the bottom of the pan and baked it.

 While the brownie mixture baked,
I began melting the caramels and more evaporated milk.

 I pulled the baked brownie out of the oven,
and set it aside as I continued to melt the caramels.

 I have to say that it took a long time to melt
these caramels on this electric stove.

 Ooey, gooey wonderful caramel.

 I poured the melted caramel over the cooked brownie.

 The directions said to sprinkle on the 
semi-sweet chocolate chips.

 I took the other half of the brownie mix and flattened
it to make a top layer. It was difficult to pick up, so I divided
it into four sections so the spatula could move it onto the caramel.

 This is the finished product.

Right before I went to Barnett's for lunch,
I sprinkled on some powdered sugar.
They are now ready to be enjoyed.

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