Althea and I planned a lovely Thanksgiving party for our readers and the church, and our plans expanded exponentially after we asked for a show of hands for how many people from church were coming. We expect a few readers and many members, so we really hope the members will get acquainted with our readers.
We found in the pantry some boxes of brownie mix. The expiration date was good, so we decided to make brownies to supplement our pumpkin squares, Craisins, candy corn, spiced apple cider, and sweet iced tea.
And we discovered a new recipe! Now we will share.
Take one box of industrial-sized Ghirardelli double chocolate brownie mix and follow directions. Then add mixture to a pan so large the oven door almost closes tightly. Bake for two hours at 240° C (about 450° F), then turn off the oven and go to bed. The next morning, refrigerate to avoid an ant invasion.
That night, try to slice brownies. Put them back in the oven for another hour. Allow to cool. Then discover that you have indeed created this new dish—rich, chocolaty, and delicious.
We call it Spoon Brownies. We can’t wait to hear the rave reviews from our guests!