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RECIPE: TKG's Brownie Balls with Cointreau Infused Cranberries

We may still be quarantined inside our homes but that doesn't mean we have to let go of our love for food. And if there's something positive that happened in our new normal, I'd say that most people (including me) have discovered the simple joys of spending more time in the kitchen.


Here's my take on a classic brownie recipe made special with Cointreau.



Ingredients:

Flour, 1 1/2 cups
Un-sweetened cocoa powder, 1/2 cup
Sugar, 1/2 cup (better if powdered sugar)
Butter, 1/2 cup softened
Eggs, 2 medium
Cranberries, 3 tbsp chopped
Cointreau, 3-5 tbsp (or just enough to soak the cranberries)

1. Soak the cranberries in Cointreau for at least 6 hours (better if overnight).
2. Mix flour, cocoa and sugar together.
3. Add eggs to the flour mixture and mix well.
4. Add the softened butter to the mixture by gently folding it into the batter.
5. Add the cranberries.
6. Grease the brownie pan (or in my cause I used a mini-muffin pan) with butter.
7. Heat oven to 200'F and set timer for 20 mins.
8. Place pan in oven and watch Netflix.
9. Bon appetit!

Yield: 36 brownie balls








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