Can we give a shout out to Target’s dollar section? They have such great finds for every holiday. For the upcoming Valentine’s Day, they have sprinkles in all sorts of pink and red. Have you seen them yet?
I love that I can buy unique sprinkles without spending a ton on each. Let’s face it, I’m a bit indecisive and can never pick just one type of sprinkles. At Target, I can have them all!
Nope, this isn’t an ad for Target (although I do adore tar-jay). It’s just the truth. Sprinkles for a dollar. Holler.
These red velvet marshmallow brownies are great for showing some love on Valentine’s Day. They have lots of red, love, and of course, sprinkles.
They’re also made from a box.. so anyone can make them! C’mon guys, you can totally make these for those lucky ladies in your life. It’ll save you a ton of money and you’ll get extra brownie points (pun intended) for making them yourself.
They’re best served the same day, so by all means, eat away.
Preheat oven to 375. Line a 9×13 pan with parchment paper. Set aside.
Stir together the cake mix, butter, water and egg until a thick batter forms. Spread evenly into prepared pan.
Bake for about 20 minutes, until puffy and a toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Immediately top with marshmallows and sprinkles. Return back into the oven under the broiler on high, until the marshmallows slightly brown. Watch it very carefully! It happens faster than you know.
There is something about the pacific northwest that I just can’t get enough of. Don’t get me wrong, southern California will always be where my heart is, but I somehow feel at “home” in Seattle and Portland. Perhaps it’s the overcast, cloudy, grey skies that make me want to stay in bed all day (my favorite!). Or maybe it’s the vast array of food available within a couple blocks of walking distance. Whatever it is, I like it.
It’s currently 33 degrees F in Portland at the moment and I love being able to get all bundled up before going outside. In California, that’s pretty much nonexistent right now with our drought. It’s terrible and I wish it would just rain already back home!
I don’t really care for peanut butter desserts, but I know that a lot of readers loveeee that peanut butter/chocolate combination. This one’s for you guys!
I think these peanut butter chocolate chip brownies would taste better if they were slightly under baked. I like having a gooey and moist center rather than a crumbly one.
I was cleaning out my kitchen cabinet and just so happened to stumble across a brand new jar of Costco-sized Nutella that remained untouched in the back corner. How did I miss that? My DF had just polished off the matching jar from the two pack and I had an entire jar of Nutella to play with.
Since I’m always in the mood for brownies, I made the executive decision on making Nutella brownies. It was the best decision I’ve made all week.
The brownie batter has a nice, deep flavor thanks to Rodelle‘s gourmet baking cocoa.
Wouldn’t these brownies be good for a game day snack? I would have loved to have one of these brownies after a volleyball game back in the day when I used to play. Sweet treats would always make me feel like a winner, regardless of the outcome of the game.
Brownies are basically a call for celebration whenever they are baked. I know my mouth is celebrating whenever I have one in my hands.
These brownies are heavy. They’re heavy because they’re loaded with so many good ingredients. Just looking at the picture above makes my arms a little weak. You may or may not have to work out a little bit to carry this 9×13 pan. Thankfully, this Chinet pan stood up to the test with baking and transporting.