Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Brownie Pudding

I realized I have enjoyed "experimental" or strange recipes for quite some time. This is one of those I found as a kid still at home. You make a nice brownie-like batter, spread it out in a cake pan, and then pour hot water all over it! Pretty wierd and fun, huh? I hate to tell you the end of the story, if you love to make NEW things, so, stop reading here if you don't WANT to know how it turns out. It ends up with a brownie on the top and chocolate pudding on the bottom!!! YUMMY!



Here is the link to the recipe. Try it, especially if you have some vanilla ice-cream handy!



BROWNIE PUDDING

3 comments:

Abigail said...

Oooh, sounds decadent. Count me in.

Mom said...

That recipe sounded pretty familiar! I found it in the Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book we received as a wedding present in 1960. The ingredients are the same, except that mine calls for 1 TEASPOON of vanilla, and 3/4 - 1 cup of chopped walnuts. This is the page with chocolate and smears on it, with the comment of SUPER! Simple and yummy! Love you!

Kim said...

Mom - I wondered where the recipe came from! I didn't have it in any of my cookbooks over here!