I spent a great deal of time rearranging the cupboards and pantries at the peninsula house. As is the case with moving, you actually have to live with something in the wrong place, to know where to put it, and that was certainly the case for the dishes and the food. So the day was spent creaing a dish pantry that includes the daily dishes, glassware, flatware, cloth napkins and kitchen linens.
Next it was the food pantry and finally the baking pans. The upper cupboards are quite shallow, which means they hare set back from the bottom cupboards and somewhere along the way I have lost some of my height and it was an uncomfortable (if not impossible) stretch to retrieve dishes from the upper cupboards.
Yet quite easy to grasp a bottle of vinegar or shaker of spice. You might be wondering what all this has to do with a big batch of Nutella Brownies. Well you see, we had an emergency Nutella sighting that day at the peninsula house. We came across a 35.3 oz jar of Nutella in the pantry that had to be uses. Because lets be honest, wasting Nutella is never right!
|Big Batch Nutella Brownies|
Enter these brownies.....
Big Batch Nutella Brownies
by the seat of my pants
make 1 9X13 pan
Note: these brownies will satisfy the two kinds of brownie people in the world. Those that like the crisp/chewy edges and those that like the tender chewy center. If you are not in the first group cut a one inch boarder around the pan and save those pieces for chocolate crumbs.
1 33.5 oz jar Nutella
1 c self rising flour (you can find our whole grain recipe here)
Combine in a large bowl, spread in a prepared 9X13 pan, bake 30-35 minutes or until done in your oven.
Hint, the toothpick will come out with some chocolate at 30 minutes but the outer edges will be Firmer.
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