Monday, July 18, 2011
I actually got this idea from Paula Deen's "Symphony Brownies" which takes a brownie mix (yuck!) and adds some Hershey's Symphony bars in the middle to create sort of a fudgy layer. It sounded good but I thought white chocolate would rock instead of more regular chocolate.
So, I increased the volume of a great brownie recipe and then added a layer of white chocolate chips. The chips create a lovely white layer of goodness in the center of a very rich chocolate brownie. Simply delicious!
I found that served warmed with some cold vanilla ice cream and some chocolate sprinkles this humble little brownie made a magnificent desert. If you want to get really creative, you could add some walnuts or pecans to the batter and then drizzle the ice cream with some caramel or chocolate syrup and some toasted or glazed nuts. Yummy!