Ok foodie friends, where did the time go? We all want 2020 to get on out of here… but June flew by and I almost forgot about my mission to bake a brownie a month thanks to inspiration from Food Network Magazine!)
I FINALLY got into the kitchen to make this month’s brownie , and boy is it a good one!
Have you ever made a “skillet brownie’? I love to make them, because it’s quite the showstopper dessert to impress a crowd, especially if your guests are around to watch you remove that giant cast iron skillet from the oven!
This is what my “Pecan-Toffee Skillet Brownie ” looked like as soon as it came out of the oven. The key with this brownie is to be patient, and give it time. First you make the brownie batter on the stove top, and bake it in your skillet. Then, after it’s done, let it cool. While it cools, you make the toffee topping.
As you drizzle that gooey pecan mixture over the entire brownie, you can’t help but taste-testing a bit of the homemade toffee goodness! Then… while you wait for the topping to set (about 90 minutes) you can lick the pan! Be careful though, it’s hot, lol!
I can’t take credit for inventing the recipe, so I have to give props to my favorite foodie magazine for coming up with so many new and creative ways to makes brownies. Trust me, you want to see what I’m baking up next month (which is sadly already next week!)
To make this yummy recipe, visit Food Network Magazine’s site here.
I enjoyed my slice today , after it set up overnight:
See you next month, for a star-spangled brownie you’ll want to have around all month long.