Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Honey Nut Brownie

Between yesterday and today I've been reading everyone's posts and I didn't get excited about making this brownie. I took the time to pick out what I thought would be a good tasting honey. I wanted something different and I saw white truffle honey. I shouldve read the side of the jar and found out that it was for savory foods and not desserts. Back to the store I went and picked out a wild flower honey. I must say, I liked this dessert more than I thought I would. I think it's important to use a bittersweet chocolate with at least a 70% percent cocoa to avoid any undesired sweetness. Although these were very sweet, I didn't mind because they were "honey sweet", if that makes any sense! These came together quite well and took about 55 minutes in the oven. I'll take some to work tomorrow to get a few more comments.

Thanks to Suzy of Suzy Homemaker for picking out this recipe. It was nice to branch out and try something with a twist from the norm!


  1. I used wild flower honey too. I don't think I baked mine long enough but they were interesting. I'm not sure I like them 100%, but they were good.

  2. I hope the coworkers enjoy them! I thought they tasted better on day number 2 . They look good!!!!