Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Valentine Brownies have been a part of our Valentine's Day celebration for a very long time. We always have a Betty Crocker Supreme Brownie mix at our house, so this is what I would make for Phillip and Brent in a 9 inch heart shaped pan. I would follow the box directions for the brownies. After baking, I would remove the brownie from the pan and place it on a doilie on a plate and allow it to cool. I would then place a heart shaped doilie on top of the brownie. I would carefully sprinkle powdered sugar on top of the heart shaped doilie. Next, carefully remove the doilie. The powdered sugar will leave the intricate design of the doilie on the brownie.
I made our Valentine Brownies different this year. I made a pan of brownies. I then used a heart shaped cookie cutter to cut out heart shaped brownies. I then placed a Paula Deen Cupcake and Cookie Stencil on top of the brownie. I carefully sprinkled powdered sugar on top of the stencil. Next, I carefully removed the stencil. The heart design is now on the brownie.
Very simple. Very sweet.
HAPPY VALENTINES DAY!
Note: My friend, Susan, sells Suzy's ....Yes I Made These Brownies!! mix at The Market at Dothan Nurseries. My family and I all agree that these are the best brownies ever! Our Valentine Brownies were made with Suzy's....Yes I Made These Brownies!! The Market at Dothan Nurseries will open Friday, March 23. Hope to see you there!