Today continues to be Smoke-free Day 122 (disclaimer).
It's wrong to substitute brownies where cigarettes used to be, but on days when Chantix is in the past and brownies seem the only answer, there is only one brownie recipe I will ever use again because it is the only brownie recipe that is just so ridiculously good that I feel every man, woman and child must know its power and feel its love.
It's called "whatever Floats Your Boat" Brownies!, and my boat has done floated, indeed!. I opted for hazelnuts (bought whole in the bulk food section cheap, roasted in oven briefly, chopped in blender) and white chocolate chips. The beauty is how versatile these are with anything or nothing added. I made a double batch in a 13x9 pan (baked about 5 minutes longer) and thought I'd freeze the other half.
Ha! Yah, right. Funny thought, that one! Tee Hee Hee.
I had two for dinner last night, followed by one for dessert, and various others at other meaningful times of day. Tom did, too, but not as blatantly. It was definitely brownie abuse. No doubt. Good thing I'm walking (between the raindrops) and will not be making any more of those for a good long time. I also didn't smoke, so there. Health food, almost.