Brownies believed to have originated in Chicago, in 1893, were the result of Mrs. Bertha Potter Palmer’s request when she asked the chef at the Palmer House Hotel to “create a dessert that could be tucked into a box lunch for ladies to eat while attending the Columbian Exposition.” The result, of course, was the first […]
What can we say – we love food here at Food For Net. We do try to eat healthy though, because working at a desk all day is not helping our waist lines or cardiovascular health. So instead of pigging out every day, sometimes we just browse the internet for delicious pictures to drool over.
Ah, brownies. The ultimate sweet treat. Not quite cakes but definitely not cookies, brownies are in a league of their own. Whatever category they belong to, they’re a family favorite for any occasion that requires something sugary. Sugary being the operative word, of course. Gluten-free brownies are nothing new. There are plenty of non-paleo, and unintentionally gluten-free, brownie recipes out there that don’t contain flour. But dairy-free and sugar-free?
Slow Cooker Gooey S’more Brownies are an amazing treat for kids and adults alike. Who doesn’t love a s’more and a brownie? Now, they are paired together in this easy to make slow cooker recipe. Keep this recipe handy because once you have a bite, you will want more tomorrow, the next day, and every […]
There is always room for more chocolate desserts, I have always said, and I have a treasure trove of chocolate recipes in my files that I love and even more still to test and add to the list! A brownie is one of my all-time quick favorites, and this one is a nice and elegant version, not too dense and not too fluffy.
I like mixing chocolates, and this recipe is delicious with a milk chocolate base and chunks of dark chocolate folded in. Feel free to play around with the things you add in, if you like orange chocolate or hazelnuts those are great combinations also! Play around with this recipe and let it be your base for whatever your add-in imagination runs with.