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Skillet Fudge Brownie with Hot Fudge

Thursday, March 23, 2017 12:45
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Do you find when you eat out that the icing on the cake so to speak, is finishing off a meal with dessert? A favorite of ours to get and share is a Skillet Fudge Brownie

Most Saturday evenings we’ll go out to dinner.  One of our favorite spots we enjoy has a great atmosphere and variety of dishes ranging from burgers and sushi, to steaks and seafood.  At the end of our meal it’s challenging for us not to order their Skillet Fudge Brownie with ice cream and Hot Fudge.  There’s something fun and romantic about sharing a dessert from that tiny skillet.  For years I’ve been wanting to recreate this dessert and finally did last night.

I’m pretty sure my version was way better than the restaurant we go to.  The brownie was so fudgy and dripping with Hot Fudge.  OMG totally orgasmic!!!

I definitely recommend sharing this Skillet Fudge Brownie with someone since it is quite rich, but luscious!

Tip: Consider preparing the batter ahead of time then placing in the refrigerator.  Remove batter from refrigerator 1 1/2 hours before serving, allowing 30 minutes to get to room temperature, then place in oven to bake.

Whether you’re serving a romantic dinner for two, a family, or couples party, this is one dessert everyone will be begging for the recipe.

It whips up in no time, and with perfect results.  I hope you’ll give my Skillet Fudge Brownie a try, and if you do, I’d love to hear your feedback.

To read more about this post, and other exciting recipes, and tips, continue………….

Vicki Bensinger has been teaching culinary classes throughout Missouri since 1992. However, she saw the need for more specialized classes and in 2004 established “At Home with Vicki Bensinger“, offering personalized private culinary classes for individuals and small groups (ages 7 to adult) in the comfort of their home or organization.

Having an In-Home Culinary Class is the perfect way to get together with friends while you learn to cook, hone your culinary skills or just have a fun time with friends and food.

If you’d like to learn more about her classes please email Vicki at: linking text or [email protected]

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Please check out Vicki’s blog where she shares recipes, tips, videos, giveaways and everything food related. The recipes Vicki has posted on her blog are recipes she hopes everyone will be able to prepare.

Happy Cooking!


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