A cute take on classic brownies for a fun presentation.
Every Pesach I make trays and trays of this classic brownie that my friend Michelle gave me years ago. I stock the freezer with them and no matter how many trays I make there is never any leftover at the end of the week!
This year I was looking for something a bit different (don't worry, still making the classic brownies) that would look pretty served. So I made the classic brownie recipe (you can use your own classic brownies) and fancied it up!
I took the brownies out a bit early and while they were still warm I used a spoon to scoop out a row. Balled it up and dipped in different toppings.
These are perfect straight from the freezer (I say from experience) whenever you need a quick pick me up! So easy and fun!
I also like to serve these for dessert on a Pesach cookie platter. Make a bunch of different cookies (see the blog for other recipes) and serve them all together - your guests will be super impressed!
An alternative serving suggestion: top with Ben & Jerry's and hide in the closet so you don't have to share (don't worry I won't tell).
Michelle's Pesach Brownies
2 cups sugar
1 cup oil (I used hazelnut)
1/2 tsp salt
3/4 cup cocoa
1 cup potato starch
1/2 cup chocolate chips
Pre-heat oven at 350.
Whisk sugar and oil in a large mixing bowl, until light yellow.
Add in eggs and mix well.
Sprinkle in cocoa powder and potato starch and salt.
Fold in chocolate chips.
Bake in a medium sized baking pan for 15-20 minutes.
Let cool slightly, and when you can handle the heat, roll up small balls of brownie with your hands.
Dip in assorted toppings.