Tuesday, September 21, 2010

For my friends who are not losers...

If I can get the rest of you to balloon to your GREEAATEST potential, I would look so goood.
So, in defiance of the BL (Biggest Loser), I'm giving you these...Killer Brownies.
Uh huh.
You're goin' down.
So, grab some good, stretchy yoga pants and get cookin'.
I don't have a visual.
I can't make more to get one.
Seriously, I can't.
It wouldn't be good.
I wouldn't be good.

Killer Brownies

1 milk chocolate cake mix
1/2 c. butter, softened...not melted
1/3 c. flour
1/3 c. evaporated milk

1 lb. caramels...unwrapped
1/3 c. evaporated milk

1 pkg. milk chocolate chips

1. Mix cake mix, butter, flour, and 1/3 c. evaporated milk. The dough will be sticky.
2. Smash 1/2 cake mixture into bottom of 9 x 13 pan.
3. Bake @ 350 for 5-7 min.
4. Melt caramels and 1/3 c. evap milk. Melt slowly. Watch carefully. You'll be really mad if you scorch this gooey, creamy love.
5. When the cooked brownie mix is out of the oven, sprinkle the chocolate chips, pour on the caramel, and squish/crumble the rest of the cake mixture on top.
6. Bake 10 more minutes.

It's best to wait for them to cool. If this is a lesson you wish to learn the hard way...they'll still taste delish!!


Mom said...

0 comments cause everyone's in the kitchen cooking calories.

erin 'n phil said...

does the cook come along with this recipe?? :)

Dear Chef Mo,
please come to my house and cook your cookies and killer brownies.
Your Niece Nielsen

Wendie said...

I feel like you put this up just for me! I could make these in my sleep when we were in college. (and eat the whole pan and not get heartburn) I remember making them in your little condo. Alas the recipe didn't stick in my head through all those dirt poor struggling college years. and I have been wandering in the desert of hard carmel in my psuedo killer brownies ever since. I am making these TODAY. Then while eating them at my son's high school football game I will close my eyes and pretend i an sitting in your room giggling about James DeMallie. (party on..Wen's World wen's world)

Monica said...

Niecey Nielsen, I DO need to come to your house and bake up a storm for you. I will someday...hopefully soon.
Auntie MO

Wen, a little bird named Vicky MAY have mentioned the need for a certain recipe of mass destruction. Enjoy!! So many goooood memories!

traci said...

These sound awesome. These aren't the secret brownies from Cynda's recipe? Ha ha!! I think we are going to make these tonight.

Jen Hallam said...

i gained five pounds reading this. Thanks a LOT, five pounds worth.