Tuesday, August 11, 2009

TWD: Brownie Buttons


Brownie Buttons, the one-bite alternative to conventional brownies. These didn't last long. As you can tell, I chose to dust them with powdered sugar. While melted white chocolate or regular frosting sounds good, these little guys are rich enough to stand on their own.


My mini-muffin pan handles 12. Two buttons were baked in mini-paper cups. Of course, they were the first to disappear because of that.



The cooling rack was a dangerous location. Several buttons never received their powdered sugar dusting.


These were fun and quick to make, and very likely to be made again!



Brownie Buttons were brought to us this week by Jayma of Two Scientists Experimenting in the Kitchen. Check out the TWD blog for other renditions and opinions.


(Next week's selection is Applesauce Spice Bars, which may or may not be posted on-time, depending on my copious free-time, since I am heading out of town early tomorrow morning.)

8 comments:

Clivia said...

Don't they look fresh and delicious still sitting on the rack.
Well done.

Tracey said...

I agree - these were good enough on their own that they'd have been perfect with powdered sugar. Yours look terrific!

pinkstripes said...

I'm glad they were a success for you. They look delicious.

Jennifer said...

Arent these great?! Love them! im happy they are a hit for you too :)

Tammy said...

I agree these were a bit too easy to pop in your mouth and eat! have fun on your trip

lasinthekitchen said...

I loved this post - how much you enjoyed baking your brownie buttons and how quickly they disappeared! They look great and the blue plate is a nice contrast with the brownies!

TeaLady said...

Perfect with the little dusting of powdered sugar.

Jules Someone said...

Glad you liked these! Sometimes the simple choices are the best ones.