The Perfect Brownie Pan – Giganto deliciousness

Kinda silly right? Especially if you saw how many times it showed on TV in all its variations, and how expensive these perfect brownie pans started off.

But also? Ah-mazing. Yeah, I bought one. Not for myself, of course….I couldn’t justify that. But I bought it for someone else and hand-delivered it when I knew it’d be convenient to make brownies. Win-win situation, right?

Better yet, boxed brownies were bought, so very little effort was put out.

And oh yeah, one box didn’t seem like enough….so we might’ve put in more than that.

Yeah, they might’ve gone a bit over the top, but oh my god…..brownies!

As if they could get any better, I got a late night craving to mix it up a bit and ran with it.

As an American, Cadbury mini-eggs were a new one for me. They’re kinda similar to robin eggs, but then….not at all. Both are little candy coated egg-shaped bites of yumminess, but robin eggs are filled with whoppers….Cadbury mini-eggs are solid chocolate with the same sort of candy coating.

Anyone who knows me, also knows that I’m not joking when I say I want “chocolate with chocolate with more chocolate with some chocolate syrup and chocolate chips and then some more chocolate.” It’s not overload for me; it’s heaven.

So this should come as no surprise:

Mmmm, perfection. Soft, ooey gooey, extra chocolatey brownie with creamy, slightly salty, slightly sweet peanut butter….topped with crunchy chocolate coated chocolate mini-eggs. Heck yeah!

And plus, it looks like a face (egg eyes, bird-like peanut butter drip beak, and peanut better ears, hehe). All the better. <3  Maybe next time I should crush up some mini eggs and add straight to the brownie batter.


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    Miss Mo
    August 3, 2011

    As an American these are new to you?! Lol, they’re around every Easter! mmm mini eggs. =)

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    Quirky Jessi
    August 4, 2011

    I can’t get them where I live. I’ve seen them and I know other places in the States have them around Easter. In Canada, they’re year-round, though. Can get them like you do M&Ms….lots of cadbury products like that actually. All the other Cadbury stuff I’ve had has only ever been at Easter time.

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