Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Waffle Brownie Sundaes

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We are big fans of brownies. We especially love deep dark fudgey brownies that are crisp and sugary on the outside and sqwoodgy and chocolatey in the middle.

Peef likes his brownies served up with a scoop of ice cream.  I love mine straight up, still warm from the oven, with a nice cold glass of milk.

Unfortunately, we never seem to think about making up a batch until a craving hits (at, say, 8pm on a weeknight) -- which often means it's too late to act upon the impulse.

Luckily, we think we may have found a palatable solution.

Don't laugh, but you can make a pretty good "brownie" in the waffle iron.  Yup. We've done it.

It took us a few tries, but we finally hit upon a recipe that gives you just enough chocolate flavor without gunking up your waffle iron.

All it takes is a bit of cocoa powder, some espresso powder to boost the chocolate flavor, and a few mini chocolate chips to bolster the chocolate quotient and give you a little bit of melty chocolate on the inside of the waffle.

These unique brownies take just minutes to prepare in your waffle iron, and they’re perfect served up fresh and warm with a dollop of ice cream and any number of your favorite sundae toppings.

They're not exactly the fudgey brownies of our dreams, but they TOTALLY work in a pinch (especially when you cover them with hot fudge sauce). And they're pretty perfect for a last minute Valentine's Day dessert.

Serve warm with love.
Waffle Brownie Sundaes



  1. I'll have to try these, my waffle iron is sadly unused.

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