The January brownie recipe

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28/12/2007 at 12:43
Mmmmmm. Try it. Very quick and very yummy. Plus I love al lthe great excuses given (walnits for omega 3, yoghurt for calcium, etc...) Question; does 1/8 fat content mean can eat 8 times as many???
28/12/2007 at 12:57
ooooh thanks for reminding me. I knew there was something I meant to do!
28/12/2007 at 22:28

And it you're feeling 1/8 fat just isn't doing it for you....take some after eights, melt them and spread on top of the cooked brownies...minty brownies....VERY good!

Recipe source:  skiing friend brought some to the BBQ we had in the snow filled car park after Saturday skiing last week!

29/12/2007 at 08:13
Hahaha. On the same general tack of unnecessary extra fat, I remember at junior school they used to sell rock cakes whcih were so hard you couldn't bite into them, so we used to squash grated cheese on top to soften them up a bit....
29/12/2007 at 12:25

It's MUCH better with a wodge of butter and a doubling of the sugar

(But even then it's just no match for proper brownies. Cakes are cakes and health-food is health-food and never the twain ... )


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