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Brookies anyone?!
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I've made a batch of brookies and they're so awesome :) Why not give it a try? All you have to do is mix up a brownie batter and a chocolate chip dough.. once u have both ready line and grease a recta
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Brookies anyone?!

posted at 8/17/2011 4:18 PM EDT
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I've made a batch of brookies and they're so awesome :) Why not give it a try?
All you have to do is mix up a brownie batter and a chocolate chip dough.. once u have both ready line and grease a rectangular tin... spread the brownie mixture and smooth the tops... then form the cookie dough into balls and place on top of the brownie mixture space them a bit apart just so the cookies wont stick together while baking... bake in a preheated oven (180'c).. once the cookies are golden on top take them out and let them cool... slice and indulge!! :) 

tip: I used nestle cocoa powder for my brownies... if you're in hurry nestle provides a brownie recipe on the side of the cocoa powder box

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posted at 8/17/2011 5:37 PM EDT
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Sounds great!

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posted at 8/17/2011 5:47 PM EDT
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Now, that sounds interesting.

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posted at 8/17/2011 6:07 PM EDT
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Hi Ashia --- thanks for such a good idea.   Smile     Got any more??

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posted at 8/17/2011 6:26 PM EDT
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That sounds really cool!  I want to try them NOW, but I better wait until I have a place to take them - in case I like them too well!  Laughing

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posted at 8/17/2011 7:58 PM EDT
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That's my problem too Pat!  LOL.

Thanks for sharing Aisha.  Sounds like an interesting recipe.  Now where did I put that formula to figure out fahrenheit from centigrade?  Since the whole world uses centigrade but the US, it would be nice if our ovens gave us an option to use either.  But that's another story lol.

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posted at 8/17/2011 8:56 PM EDT
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Aisha...

Welcome to VBB!  Thank you for sharing your recipe with us...we all love to share our recipes and baking tips.  You will find a great group of people here!

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posted at 8/17/2011 9:17 PM EDT
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That's my problem too Pat!  LOL. Thanks for sharing Aisha.  Sounds like an interesting recipe.  Now where did I put that formula to figure out fahrenheit from centigrade?  Since the whole world uses centigrade but the US, it would be nice if our ovens gave us an option to use either.  But that's another story lol.
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I checked my candy thermometer and 180 C is pretty close to the 350 F,  I sort of speculated that since most cookie and bar cookies are baked at 350 that would have been where I set the oven even if I had not checked.

"We" have always been rebels and not followed the rest of the world..isn't that how "we" started out?
Brilliant idea to have the ovens have the option to switch between the two, I wonder how difficult that would be for a manufacturer to do?

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posted at 8/18/2011 2:16 PM EDT
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Thank you all :) Will definitely post more tips & ideas... What a wonderful site :) 

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