...and this is backed up by my friends.
I asked if she would share the recipe.
I thought of one more possible addition to this recipe. Chopped pecans that have been soaked in bourbon. I sometimes add bourbon pecans to my bourbon balls. It's the south you know. :-)
|These are seriously good! Chocolate and bourbon together.|
I also think that a powdered sugar icing with a few drops of bourbon drizzled onto the warm brownies might be yummy.
I have also heard of melting the Andes chocolate mints and pouring onto cake or brownies as a glaze.
And for the back story of my brownie pictures...
After hubby finished this test batch and I had a few squares he asked me if I was finished, or if I wanted to do something with them. Apparently I did not answer clearly. ha ha. So, he proceeded to cut the brownies and put them into a zip lock bag.
When hubby asked asked me if I was finished with the brownies I thought he was asking if I wanted to eat more or not, ...or if he should cover the brownie pan with plastic wrap....like we usually do.
Yes, I wanted to do something with them!
My plan was to cut the brownies the next day and do a food photo shoot with precisely cut squares, etc. Oh well... :-)
Our test batch of bourbon brownies is delicious and worth using your bourbon.
I highly recommend your trying this Kentucky Bourbon Brownie recipe whether it is just you and a friend watching the race on tv, or for taking to a Derby party this weekend.
I always recommend using good bourbon for you candy making and baking. Don't use cheap stuff. Really. :-)
Thanks hubby! They are delicious.
Until the next time...