oh my darlin, it’s the Ultimate Brownies

Click here for printable Ultimate Brownie recipe

This past fall, I started my quest for the best homemade brownies, and after trying several different recipes, I finally found this one. The name says it all; the recipe is called ‘The Ultimate Brownie’. I’ve made these brownies many times and they never fail!

I made this particular batch on Tuesday before I left for the ACC Indoor Championships, and I needed some sweet treats to bring along with me of course. I had already started combining the ingredients, and realized I was a cup of sugar short. So I substituted powdered sugar for the remaining cup (1.75 cup powdered sugar = 1 cup granulated sugar), and they tasted just as good as always!

The recipe is pretty simple, and can be found at http://baking.about.com/od/brownies/r/ultimate.htm. The hardest part is waiting on them to come out of the oven! Or you can click under the top picture for a quick printable form of the recipe! Y’all have just got to try these!!!

I’ll now have printable forms of all the recipes I post, and I’ve added ones for both the yo-yo’s and the red velvet cookies below. Hopefully, this will make it easier to view the recipes and print them out if you want to make them!

Click here for printable Yo-Yo’s Recipe

Click here for printable Red Velvet Cookies Recipe

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Red Velvet Cookies

I’m a big fan of red velvet cake, so this past year I found a red velvet cookie recipe that is quick, cheap, and easy, and combined with cream cheese frosting, it has the delicious taste of a homemade piece of red velvet cake. There are several recipes for cookies made from cake mixes, but the particular one for red velvet cookies I use requires only three ingredients: a box of red velvet cake mix, 2 eggs, and 1/3 cup oil. You simply mix the ingredients together and roll the dough into balls to your desired size and drop them on a cookie sheet. Bake them at 375° for about 8 minutes. When the tops start to crackle, they’re good to go!

Above is a picture of some of the cookies cooling, as you can see, they turn out really well! After they’re done cooling, you can either frost the tops of the cookies or make them into sandwiches. You can use a canned cream cheese frosting or a homemade recipe! The recipe I use includes a basic homemade cream cheese frosting and can be found at http://www.allhomemadecookies.com/recipes/drop/redvelvetcookies.htm

Below is a picture of the cookies with cream cheese frosting sandwiched between, yummy yummy yummy!!!

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Yo-Yo’s..not just for child’s play

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In celebration of my new blog, I did a little baking last night. Many of you may be familiar with yo-yo cookies that are sold at Publix bakeries. I first had a yo-yo my freshman year of college and immediately … Continue reading

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Well hey there!

Today is the official start of Sweet Tooth, and please bear with me, I have never blogged before in my life. But I hope my friends, family,and whoever else enjoy my recipe posts and baking attempts. I love picking new recipes to try, so feel free to leave a recipe at any time. With a pretty busy schedule, I hope to post pictures of my baking fests as often as I can. Enjoy!

Eat more cookies,

Mary Kate

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