1. Pampered Chef relies on relationships and communication. How are you managing your business in the wake of Coronavirus and social distancing? Discuss here
    Dismiss Notice

Pampered Chef: Any suggestions for a brownie dessert??

  1. heat123

    heat123 Legend Member Silver Member

    I made the choc. molten skillet brownie for my family tonight, they liked it but said it definitely needed to be served with milk and or icecream to even the richness out. I have a bunco show that I want to keep simple and do some kind of simple brownie recipe in our skillet to show off cookware. Anyone have suggestions?

    Feb 12, 2006
  2. kjxon

    kjxon Member


    I have been doing the turtle fudge skillet cake. Everybody loves that.
    Feb 13, 2006
  3. heat123

    heat123 Legend Member Silver Member

    what about creamy mint brownie?

    It sounds simple! Has anyone ever tried this one? It sounds yummy since I love mint!
    Feb 13, 2006
  4. pamperedbecky

    pamperedbecky Legacy Member

    I've never made that but at our cluster meeting this week, we each picked a recipe to make and bring. Gina (a fellow chef success-er! :) ) made the Berries and Cream Brownie Squares, which were REALLY good!

    I agree, the Molten Chocolate Skillet Brownie is best with ice cream since it is very rich. I made the Turtle Fudge Skillet Cake three times over the weekend at shows. Yum!
    Feb 15, 2006
  5. RachelNguyen

    RachelNguyen Guest

    With the molten brownie, I found that it is critical to add the nuts. They, too, help cut the richness. If not with ice cream, how about some cool whip or even whipped cream in a can? It's delicious that way!

    Feb 15, 2006
  6. amybee

    amybee Member

    Brownie Recipe

    The Tuxedo Brownies look delicious. And simple to make. :)
    Feb 15, 2006
  7. BethCooks4U

    BethCooks4U Legend Member Gold Member

    Everyone loves the Tiramisu Brownie Squares in the All The Best Cookbook!
    Feb 17, 2006
  8. modify recipe

    I've been doing this recipe, but the cook time was killing me because 35 minutes is a long time and people want to get going. Also, some microwaves are more powerful than others and 2 cup of water with the chocolate sauce can still boil over in the large microcooker. So, my solution to both was to cut the water to 1.5 cups. That reduces the cook time to about 25 minutes and gets rid of the boil over risk.
  9. great in the summer

    I love doing this recipe in the summer because it's a no bake, so the host doesn't have to crank the A/C. Also, this one tastes great, even if you accidently forget the cheesecake pudding. :)
  10. fruit76loop

    fruit76loop Veteran Member Gold Member

    Bake time..

    When a recipe has a long bake time such as the molten skillet brownie, I always put it in the oven as my guests are arriving at the show. Thus the brownie is baking while we are doing introductions, talking about products, and possibly another recipe. I talk about the cookware for this demo a good 10 minutes...guess that is why I already have over 2000 points! I have a piece of the professional and executive we pass around.

    I prefer this recipe as a second recipe or a B recipe.
    Feb 20, 2006
Have something to add?