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The following recipe is for
a dessert which is not quite candy, not quite a cookie, but it is unbelievable.
Whenever I serve these people invariably ask me for the recipe... in between
ooohs and ahhhhs and chocolatey orgasms. Yes it starts out with a mix,
but don't let that turn you off. It ends up all yours, and you can certainly
claim a "homemade" status for these sinful treats.
Photography by Cassandra
Snow © 2001. All rights reserved.
Jamie Joy Gatto
Filling in for Alfred Richard
this issue is your intrepid editrix, Jamie Joy, playing renaissance woman
extraordinaire, cooking, writing, editing and being a literate (and literal)
slut. I pray you won't mind my guest appearance, but I don't blame you
one bit for missing Alfred and his decadent recipes. He is one talented
I don't mind being able
to play with my food, especially when I'm not alone... wanna join me?
Than Sex Brownies
Don't argue, it's really
true. They are.
1 package dry Brownie Mix,
any kind will do, even generic
3 Large Eggs (brown eggs
are better in cakes and sweets)
Whatever amount of oil
and water the package calls for, substituting whole milk for water
1 hefty Tablespoon of real
vanilla extract, preferably Mexican vanilla
1 tsp. almond extract
2 cups coarsely chopped
mixed nuts-- peanuts, almonds and walnuts (reserve a cup for topping)
3 cups Nestle's chocolate
chips (reserve 2 cups for topping)
½ cup of smooth
peanut butter or Kaya spread (coconut curd) or one of each, depending upon
your decadence threshold
1 Tbs. Kahlua
1. Preheat oven
according to package directions.
Cutting them is the hard part.
They break up a lot, but that only means you get to eat gobs of hunky crumbs
before serving them. Be prepared for no leftovers. Hide some in your freezer
for later. The chef deserves the lion's share!
2. Prepare Brownie mix as
directed on package substituting whole milk for water, and using three
eggs regardless of directions on package.
3. Stir in extracts and
4. Carefully fold in 1 cup
of nuts mixture and 1 cup of chocolate chips. Don't mix too much. It will
5. Spread mixture in a greased
baking pan, 13 X 9 works best, preferably metal rather than glass. If you
use glass, reduce heat by 25 degrees to avoid overcooking.
6. Sprinkle remaining nuts
and 1 cup of chocolate chips over the batter.
7. Place gobs of peanut
butter and/or Kaya spread by the heaping Tbs. in random dollops on top
the batter, as well.
8. Bake as directed on package.
Allow to cool in the pan.
9. Melt 1 cup chocolate
chips. Follow package directions on chocolate chips for proper melting
technique. There is nothing worse than burnt chocolate. It still looks
good, but it tastes awful. Tricky business.
10. Stir Kahlua into melted
11. Drizzle melted chocolate/Kahlua
mixture all over the surface of the brownies before cutting. Allow to cool
© 2001 Jamie Joy Gatto & Mind Caviar. All rights reserved. Do
not copy or post.
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