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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Decorated Mini Brownie Bites

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Vancouver BC trip was awesome!! We ate a lot for the entire weekend from dimsum to sashimi buffet. I love the city and Vancouver BC is ranked one of the top 5 best cities to live in. It beats all the cities in the States! How about that? (hehe). We came back over the border with happiness.

I will be out of town again and then out of country. I can't wait for vacation to come sooner! I have so many things to do in little time. Work, foodie work, and a freelance gig while keeping my personal life balanced.

I know you are busy too.

Therefore, today's post is wordless and will let the photos tell the story. Before I begin, I came across this recipe on Tasty Kitchen and the recipe is from Ree the Pinoneer Woman. Once I saw the finished photos, I had set my mind on it. It tasted chocolatty, and the texture from chocolate chips are a food-gasm. Not to mention how adorable they look. I packed them for my beloved friends and I actually hand delivered!

To proof that it's good, Bella couldn't resist the chocolatty smell either. She ate a few and that caused her to go to a pet emergency hospital last week.

For ingredients and recipe, please click here


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Melted unsweetened chocolate


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Add semi-sweet chocolate chips


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Add milk chocolate chips


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Generously grease and flour your mini muffin tray


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Let it cool on a rack (up side down)


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Pour warm milk into chocolate and add corn syrup


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Ready to dip!


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Dip in


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Both side. Use fork for a little help


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Waiting to be decorated


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Lots of toppings


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Let them dry in a fridge or out side, then keep them in a fridge


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Yum!


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Packaged them friends


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Ready to be delivered





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31 comments:

Sharmilee! :) said...

So professional they look...delicious brownies out there

ravienomnoms said...

What cute little brownies! Love the idea, these would be great for kids to help with decorating

5 Star Foodie said...

These are super cute! Would make such a great gift!

Joy said...

Hmmm those are cute.

Anncoo said...

hehee...wish you can deliver some to me too;))

roxan said...

T those look great!! They look like little hostess muffins. Great, now I'm craving chocolate... it's way too early for that, lol. that's so sweet of you to package them up for your friends. Hopefully mine will arrive today! :P Where are you headed next? Was it Thailand?

Pacheco Patty said...

Tanantha I can see why you wanted to make these sweet little brownie bites when you first spied them at The Pioneer Woman, I need to check out that site more often. I like your 'wordless' approach with all the great photos and your shot on top of the red pan looks just perfect. These make such a nice gift, thanks for sharing;)

Mo said...

Ohhh these look so good. But you already know that, don't you?

These kind of remind me of those mini donuts with the chocolate glaze that you can get at the grocery store for really cheap. I'm sure they're far more delicious, of course. :P

LeQuanis said...

Hi Tanantha,

Omg girl, don't even get me started on what a great city Vancouver is. My hubby has been trying to get me to move there but it's hard to leave my parents. The food IS amazing isn't it? Everytime we go we try to have all you can eat sushi and hot pot at least once. The only complain I have is the rain. Glad you had such a wonderful time! And did you say you're going on another vacation? LUCKY DUCKY! I think I need an out of the country one soon too. So excited for you! Definitely enjoy your vacation and don't even worry about blogging, truly enjoy it my friend.

These chocolate treats look so enticing and yummy. I have a weakness for chocolates. I absolutely love the packaging Tanantha! It's done so professionally, and it's super cute too! Great job all around! Don't forget to make a check list while packing. I always do that so I don't forget anything like underwear lol. Hope you have a super duper relaxing time!

Lazaro Cooks! said...

T,

Lovely. May I have a few boxes please? The holidays are coming up and those would make great gifts.

Well done!

Dimah said...

These look fantastic! Thanks for sharing :)

Magic of Spice said...

These are beyond adorable :)

Cook with Madin said...

They look awesome, I'm sure they taste awesome too and I like your packages.
Hope Bella is doing much better now.

Stella said...

These little bites look so rich and delicious, Tanantha. I can see why you had your heart set on them! Oh, and I love your step by step photos. Thanks! I know they are a lot of work. I might use them to make these when I'm all moved;)
Hey, me has a question... Your photos are so lovely, and I'm thinking about getting a new camera soon. Do you mind sharing the type of camera you use? If you're not okay with it, that's fine-really:) Just thought I'd ask (smile). XO, Stella

Torviewtoronto said...

Looks beautiful

Le said...

omgosh send some over my way!!

Marisa said...

Sounds good! And I love the way you packaged them. Adorable!

~Lisa~ said...

I love these! SO cute and portable. You're such a great friend. I'm so jealous. Can I be your travel buddy too! Have fun lady (=

C&C Cakery said...

I'm so glad you enjoyed Vancouver! It is a wonderful city - lots of stuff to see (and to eat!). Next time you take a trip up Twitter or email me and I'll throw a few recommendations your way :)

Also - those little bites are so cute. Not too cute to gobble up, though.

Monet said...

I love finding uses for my mini muffin pan, and you've clearly hit on a great one! I love the variation here too...so many different ways to decorate (nuts, fruit, sprinkles, graham crackers) Thanks for sharing this idea, love! I wish I had a few now!

Angie's Recipes said...

They look so pretty! They make an awesome party food or as a gift!

Seglare said...

These look like they came straight out of a high-end chocolaterie! :) Beautiful job!

Heather said...

Adorable! I have an unused mini muffin pan, and this would be an excellent use for it--particularly with the holidays coming up!

Stella said...

Whoa, that's a nice camera, Tanantha. I just looked it up;) Thanks for the information. I will compare that one to Canon. Oh, and I have heard that Nikon is better than Canon. It seems a lot of bloggers do like the Canon Rebel though. I'm confused (smile).
Okay, well, I hope you guys have a great week. XO, Stella

Chef Dennis said...

now I would love to be on that delivery route! Those brownie bites are calling me....I do love chocolate! My girls would be in heaven with these little wonders!!

denise @ quickies on the dinner table said...

Foodgasm! ROFL Love it! These look sensational Tanantha!

Never been to Vancouver before but I keep hearing wonderful things about it - might have to change that soon :)

I'm thinking maybe I need to do a wordless post too ;)

Spicie Foodie said...

I will be checking that recipe out, looks delicious. I love the little packages you made, so pretty and sweet of you.

Priscilla - She's Cookin' said...

Wow, frosted brownies! So cute, too! I actually have a mini muffin pan and these would make be a great gift from the kitchen during the holidays!

Evan @swEEts said...

Funny, I didn't receive a package of these in the mail?? You said they were for friends right?! ha :) They look fabulous!

Kim (Liv Life) said...

They look so perfect!! Love these!

Sweet and Savory said...

I love these. If they were in front of me, on a plate, I can't even imagine, how many, I would take.

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