Remember back when you were a kid and your mom would bake brownies, and they were the perfect mixture of moistness with a little bit of crunchy bits on the top? That is what it is like when you have the pleasure of eating these great brownies, that Sugar Bowl Bakery sent me!
They have a rich chocolate flavor that is intense but not over the top, and a nutty flavor without having chunks of nuts in them. The brownies themselves are about 3 bite size and they are perfect in just about every way!
The Sugar Bowl Bakery Website has this to say about their bakery and products.
In 1984, five ambitious brothers pooled their savings together of $40K and purchased Sugar Bowl Bakery, a small neighborhood coffee shop in San Francisco’s Richmond District.
You can easily put them into a bowl and put vanilla ice cream on top with a little hot fudge and you have the perfect brownie sundae for dessert, you could also easily cut them in fours and make a parfait with them for a special dessert.
My family loves sweets, of course they want the good stuff and when these arrived they did not stand much of a chance of lasting long! They absolutely approved of the product!
These were small enough for toddlers and allow them to have their own and they also are small enough that if you just want a little bit of chocolate that they are just enough without totally blowing your whole day of good eating!
They even offer recipes on their website for these delectable baked brownies! It is awesome that you can make something semi-homemade and have it be just fabulous! Nobody would ever know you did not do it all from scratch.
Chocolate Molten Lava Brownie Bites
1 ½ cup semisweet chocolate chips
1 cup heavy cream
2 Tbsp. butter
1 16-oz. zipper-lock bag
1 3-pound container Sugar Bowl Bakery* Brownie Bites**
Fresh fruit, for garnish
Confectioner’s sugar, for garnish
1. Place chocolate chips in a metal bowl. Heat cream to a simmer. Pour over chocolate chips and
whisk until smooth. Add butter and whisk until incorporated.
2. Pour chocolate into zipper-lock bag and refrigerate until firm to the touch.
3. Using wooden dowel or chopstick, punch a ½ inch hole in the underside of each brownie.
4. When chocolate is firm, snip off one of the bottom corners of the bag. Pipe 2 Tbsp. of filling into
each brownie hole.
5. Place up to 5 brownies, with the hole facing up, on a plate; heat on high in the microwave for
approximately 10 seconds.
6. Remove to clean plates and split the brownies in half, allowing the chocolate to flow. Garnish with
fresh fruit and confectioner’s sugar. Makes 46 pieces.
If you want to taste the best brownies since mom was making them in your kitchen, these are the one’s to go to, they also have other products and holiday offerings as well, which of course includes pumpkin sweets! You can buy them at Costco and other retailers and grocers. If you go here you can find a retailer near you.
You wont be disappointed in these brownies, we have bought them at Costco many times since trying them and they are one of my favorite desserts.
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