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Bracelet: Banana Republic
Pants: Levis 511
Shoes: Clarks USA
Floral Plates: Anthropologie
Cake Stand: Costco (similar)
Napkin Rings: Pier One
Jumbo Mason Jars: Target
Happy Monday! Hope you all had a fantastic week! Jake and I had his family, cousins, aunts, uncles over for a big Christmas brunch on Saturday morning and had so much fun! We loved preparing for the party and having everyone over! Between prepping for a party and getting ready to leave for a trip, we knew we wanted something that would be easy to whip up for dinner that night! Its been years since I have had a pot pie, so when we were at Walmart grocery shopping for the party food and were in the frozen food isle, we decided to pick up some Marie Callenders individual size pot pies to eat for our quick and easy meal!
Jake got the Marie Callenders turkey pot pie, and I got the beef! We loved the warm flaky crust and how easy the meal was to make! We are such dessert people we thought it would be fun to make some cookie dough brownies to go with our meal! The brownies are super easy and fun to make! They are a great dessert to make ahead of time since they store really well! I like to eat mine straight out of the fridge since the chocolate top is nice and chilled! The cookie dough brownies are perfect for left overs too! Just put the left overs on a plastic plate, put inside a gallon bag and freeze! Then you can pull them out the next time you want a quick and easy dessert to go with your meal!
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Hope you have a great week!
Cookie Dough Brownie Recipe:
Brownies: Bake 1 pan of cake like brownies. I used boxed brownies and just followed the directions on the box for them.
Filling: 1 Cup Margarine 1 Cup Packed Brown Sugar
1/2 Cup Sugar 1/4/ Cup Milk
2 tsp. Vanilla 2 Cups Flour
1. Cream margarine and sugars in a mixing bowl.
2. Add milk and vanilla. Mix well.
3. Beat in Flour.
4. Spread dough over brownies nad chill until firm.
5. You may add chocolate chips or mini chips to the filling if desired.
Glaze: 2 Cups Milk Chocolate Chips
2 Tbsp. Shortening 1/2 chopped walnuts (optional)
1. Melt Chocolate chips and shortening in a saucepan stirring till smooth.
2. Spread melted chips evenly over the dough filling.
3. Sprinkle chopped walnuts over the top and press down (optional).
4. Chill cookie dough brownies in the fridge before cutting.