Monday, November 17, 2014

Quick Holiday Treat

German Chocolate Brownies are one of my 
favorite GO-TO desserts. 
I hosted Book Club this month and needed something
chocolatey and rich at the end. 
These brownies fit the bill.  

 We read "The Light Between Oceans" 
and man are there some things to discuss!!
I highly recommend it however, it is not for the faint of heart.  
It is moral dilemma at it's finest!

Back to the brownies. 
Here's the recipe all typed up for you! 
These are easy to make ahead, freeze or eat straight out of the pan!

 I like to wrap them in wax paper and tie with twine.


  1. Seriously? I just gained 10 pounds looking at those yummy brownies! They look delicious and so cute wrapped up like that. Thanks for the recipe!

  2. Wow....those look and sound delicious!

  3. I have a suspicion that I have sampled this tasty delight before! Mmmm I think I even had two samples! shhh Thanks for the recipe--I love the font, the layout, the border, the ingredients, the idea, the ease oh my it just goes on and on. Read that book, I am faint of heart...

  4. Your brownies look absolutely delicious and the recipe is is so easy. Thank you!

  5. Yum. These are the best! Hoping to try making your caramels, any minute now.

  6. I am dieting!!! You need to stop showing things like this! Ha! I read that book when it first came out. 3/5 for me.

  7. They look wonderful -- thanks for sharing the recipe!

  8. I'm a brownie purist, so my comment doesn't have anything to do with that... :) I have to say that I read The Light Between Oceans a year or two ago and agree 100% with your comments regarding the story. Try reading it with a daughter named Lucy! (Same age as the girl at the end of the story too!) I cannot recommend this book enough as long as you keep a box of tissues handy!

  9. Yum! I think you read Stargirl at your retreat this fall. I read about it on another person's blog. I ended up reading it and the sequel. Great books! In the sequel the universe answers her. It was a powerful message.