NATIONAL BROWNIE DAY
National Brownie Day: History, fun facts, baking, storing and different recipe ideas
Brownies were created as a treat for the Chicago World’s Fair in 1893.
It’s National Brownie Day today and we’re treating ourselves to some chocolatey-cakey delightfulness to mark the occasion. National Brownie Day was established by the millions of fans of the treat, who will enjoy their own version of it today. In 1893, Brownies were created as a treat for the Chicago World’s Fair.
How to make brownies
Brownies are an easy-to-make treat. One will come out with the right result by mixing flour, sugar, cocoa, baking powder, eggs, butter or oil, and vanilla extract, placing it all in a large pan and baking.
Celebrate National Brownie Day
Baking brownies, eating and sharing brownies with others today will be enough for you to get in on the action of celebrating National Brownie Day.
Brownies are popular among kids and adults as they are quick and easy to make at home. This chocolatey goodness is even easier to make than cookies because they don’t have to be placed individually onto a pan.
Baking brownies from scratch is a fun way process that won’t take up too much of your time but will help you share the love and the goodness with friends and family.
For many, the classic brownie recipe is the way to go, and understandably so, while for others, there are plenty of ways to get creative. Here are some ideas if you fancy upping your game.
Raspberry Cheesecake Brownies. This will blow your mind! It’s brownies topped with a thick layer of cheesecake with fresh raspberries baked in. You can thank me later.
Nutter Butter Truffle Brownies. This one is worth trying. It’s a layer of cream cheese and nutter butter cookies topped with a layer of peanut-buttery chocolate. It’s also awesome!
Cookie Stuffed Brownies. These contain a layer of chocolate chip cookie dough, a layer of store-bought cookies (Double Stuf Oreos or Nutter Butters work) and then a layer of brownie batter mixture poured on top. Enjoy!