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Recipies for the brownie pan

Discussion in 'Recipes and Tips' started by pctharper, Feb 17, 2012.

  1. pctharper

    pctharper Advanced Member Gold Member

    Has anyone used the brownie pan yet? What have you found you like in it? I was thinking of trying mini lasagnas in it for my In/Out party, but I'm not sure how to make them/how long to bake them. Open for lots of ideas!
    Feb 17, 2012
  2. Brenda.the.chef

    Brenda.the.chef Veteran Member Gold Member

    I've made blueberry muffins in mine.... it's just a thicker version of my muffin top pan that I have that isn't PC.
  3. chefheidi2003

    chefheidi2003 Legacy Member Gold Member

    That is a great idea..since the muffin top IS the BEST part!!
    Feb 17, 2012
  4. Brenda.the.chef

    Brenda.the.chef Veteran Member Gold Member

    I would think they would work for mini lasagnas.

    These are some other ideas that come to mind:
    Pigs in a blanket with them. Pour pancake batter, then a piece of breakfast sausage in there for a quick breakfast on the go.

    Or how about oven baked grilled cheese sandwiches? just trim the bread....

    mini quiches or fritattas

    individual rice krispy treats or granola bars

    any bar cookie recipe (perfect for bake sales)

    mini cheesecakes

    corn bread (this way you can make jalapeno ones separately)

    Mac & Cheese casserole? May have to thicken it more for less mess
    The ideas are endless with this pan! I LOVE IT!!!
  5. vanscootin

    vanscootin Veteran Member Gold Member

    I think this might be my favorite new product. I did a box mix of brownies and for some reason "they tasted better than box brownies" according to my hubby.

    I think the mini lasagna is a fantastic idea... gonna have to play with that one!
    Feb 17, 2012
  6. tammym

    tammym Novice Member

    I am planning on trying it for individual pizzas for a "Kids in the Kitchen" cooking show. Can't wait to try it out!
    Feb 17, 2012
  7. chefheidi2003

    chefheidi2003 Legacy Member Gold Member

    Could you bake eggs in it?* So each person can put their own stuff in it?* Like little individual omelets
    Feb 17, 2012
  8. Nanisu

    Nanisu Senior Member Gold Member

    I made pumpkin scones in mine the other day for Bible Study...10 min. Awesome.
    Feb 17, 2012
  9. LeslieSGI

    LeslieSGI Advanced Member Gold Member

    If you have a few minutes, could you supply additional details -- I have many scone recipes that I love. Did you just put regular scone dough in the brownie pans wells or did you modify the dough recipe in some way? TIA. ​
    Feb 17, 2012
  10. StacieB

    StacieB Senior Member Gold Member

    I did mini corn dogs in them. I took corn muffin mix and added slices of little smokies as that is what I had on hand. Turned out great!
    Feb 17, 2012
  11. frozenchef

    frozenchef Veteran Member Gold Member

    Oh yeah, we need a Brownie Pan recipe file :)
    Kind of a side note, my mom saw on Rachel Ray this morning that she used a regular brownie mix in a waffle maker - that sounds like a neat idea too!
    Feb 17, 2012
  12. twilcox

    twilcox New Recruit

    Would you be willing to share this recipe? I LOVE pumpkin scones and would love to try it out in the pan :) Thank you
    Feb 17, 2012
  13. mlpatch

    mlpatch Novice Member

    We did mini omelets at recipe night. Shredded potatoes on the bottom, egg/milk mixture, added green pepper & onions & added shredded cheese during the last few minutes. Worked great!
    Feb 17, 2012
  14. KellerCooks

    KellerCooks Novice Member

    I had HUGE success modifying the chocolate peanut butter cup brownie trifle into individual brownie sandwiches with this pan. I followed the brownie recipe that came on the U&C, sliced them open and filled them with the peanut butter/pudding trifle mixture and then drizzled peanut butter chips over the top. So much easier for work events where people may not want a bowl of trifle. Huge, huge hit.
    Feb 19, 2012
  15. terrysteacup

    terrysteacup New Recruit

    What ever brownie recipe you use, try adding 1/2 to 3/4 teaspoon of cayenne pepper for a real kick.:balloon::love:
    Feb 28, 2012
  16. pkd09

    pkd09 Future Director Silver Member

    Sounds to me a Brownie Pan recipe book is in order:chef: So many awesome ideas from everyone
    Feb 28, 2012
  17. ShorelineChef

    ShorelineChef New Recruit Silver Member

    how long do you cook the omelettes?
  18. Tina1977

    Tina1977 New Recruit

    I would also like the pumpkin scone recipe & any other scone recipes. Please send to: tinaferguson77@yahoo.com

    Thanks. :)
    Mar 2, 2012
  19. Tina1977

    Tina1977 New Recruit

    If anyone does create a brownie recipe cookbook, I would love to have a copy. Please send to: tinaferguon77@yahoo.com
    Mar 2, 2012
  20. scavallero

    scavallero Novice Member

    I found a great recipe for petite turkey meatloaf from "Gina's Skinny Taste". The mini meatloaves are delicious and freeze well to take out individually later.

    1/2 small onion, minced
    1 tsp olive oil
    1.3 lb 99% lean ground turkey
    1/2 cup oatmeal
    1/4 cup ketchup + 2 tbsp
    2 tsp worcesterchire sauce
    1 large egg
    1 tsp marjoram ( I used pampered chef italian seasonings)

    Preheat the oven to 350°. Saute olive oil and onion on low until translucent.

    In a medium bowl mix turkey, onion, oatmeal, egg, ketchup, salt and marjoram. Use the large scoop and place each scoop into each cup of the non stick brownie pan.

    In a small cup mix remaining 2 tbsp ketchup with worcesterchire sauce and brush onto each loaf to give it a nice glaze.

    Bake uncovered for about 35 minutes at 350°. After baking let it sit for 5 minutes serving.

    Petite Turkey Meatloaves | Skinnytaste
    Mar 2, 2012
  21. ChefChris

    ChefChris Regular Member Gold Member

    for a brunch show on Sat I used the New Brownie Pan and made individual eggs. I crumbled up bacon into each well and then added shredded sharp cheddar and then whisked up 9 eggs with a splash of milk and filled each well up to 3/4. Then into the oven at 350 for 15 minutes. Salt and pepper to taste but that is it - so easy and yummy.
    Mar 5, 2012
  22. CookinWithLynda

    CookinWithLynda Regular Member

    Wow!! What fabulous ideas! This is why I love the forum - so many ideas and everyone willing to share. I would never have thought of some of these recipes on my own - and now I'll steal them and share them at my shows! After I try them out first, of course...for quality control, not just because they sound yummy. Thanks, everyone!
  23. mmilus

    mmilus Regular Member Gold Member

    Do you think the eggs and bacon would re-heat well? I need something like this that my DD will eat that I can keep in the fridge so she can just grab. This would be perfect because it's protein and it's gluten-free. Has anyone done this? Thanks, Marci
    Mar 6, 2012
  24. Jennie50

    Jennie50 Regular Member


    Great idea! Seems like these would be perfect to put on biscuits or flour tortillas to make a quick breakfast sandwich!
    Mar 6, 2012
  25. Jennie50

    Jennie50 Regular Member

    Which leads me to think of other options for sandwiches...wonder if you could bake sausage in the bottom, then add cheese, then top with egg, for a layered breakfast sandwich. Totally need to experiment with that one...
    Mar 6, 2012
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