Personally, if I wanted cake, I'd eat cake...with frosting. Fudgey brownies are so moist and squishy, they don't really need frosting.
Well, my husband and I are going to have dinner with my best friend and her husband tonight. I am bringing dessert. A few months ago I brought brownies that were a complete disaster. I had to redeem myself.
I don't claim to be a baker, so I used the Fudgey Wudgey Brownies recipe from Veganomicon. Were they fudgey? Yes. Were they wudgey? Yes. If you are wondering what wudgey means, make the brownies and I think you'll be able to come up with a definition.
Are you a middle or end person? I really love the corners, I think the "crust" of the brownies is by far the best part.
I was able to get kind of solid pieces out of the sides:
However, the middle came out looking like this:
If you decide to make these, I suggest making it as she directed, with the blueberries. I made the raspberry variation, and I think the raspberries broke down to much and added too much moisture, and making the middles become brownie wudginess.
But...these are still completely delicious. I can't believe I almost forgot to add that. Yes, you may want to eat them with a fork. Yes, you may only want to eat one, because they are intensely sweet and rich. But they have such a great combination of fruit and chocolate, along with chunks of fruit and chocolate chips...they're just yummy.
Life is still a little crazy here, although I now officially never have to see my last "cooperating" teacher again. I'm going on the field trip with the kids monday (she isn't going), and then I'm going to go back and spend a few days at the high school again. Grad school will be over this week too.
I really can't believe its all coming to an end :) Brownies will be a perfect way to celebrate!