I meant to give you the recipe for these brownies on Valentine’s day, so that you could ooh and ahh over them on the one day a year that eating as much chocolate as humanly possible is acceptable. But unfortunately Meg, Paulina, and I were celebrating Galentine’s Day until very late and some of us have work very early in the morning.
I have issues. Like major issues with cookies lately. You see, I have this issue where I don’t like to do the whole “put the batter in the fridge and let it cool completely before you bake them”. No. I’m far too lazy to follow this direction and usually I’m rushing to photography these recipes before the sun sets too far.
Valentine’s day is quickly approaching. By now I’m sure it’s impossible to get a reservation anywhere, but if I may, cooking your valentine an amazing dinner or even just a cute dessert is much more special then dropping $200 on one dinner. So make some of these desserts for your sweetheart and I can guarantee that they’ll be more impressed than if you had taken them to a fancy restaurant.
I have been on such a chocolate fix, it’s actually quite embarrassing. So embarrassing that I spent multiple nights sitting on my couch eating the leftover chocolate chips that I had in my pantry. I know, it was really bad. But I knew I would be making these truffles and I did not want to purchase chocolates if I was going to have homemade ones. That just doesn’t make any sense.
After a LONG 25 day hiatus, I have returned which means that not only is my winter break officially over, but my last semester as a college student has arrived. I never thought this day would come, just three more months and I’m off to the real world, eek!