Tuesday, June 1, 2010

TWD- White Chocolate Brownies

I made these 1 1/2 years ago because they just looked so good in Dorie's book. This week Marthe chose them as her pick for Tuesday's with Dorie. You can find the recipe on Marthe's blog- Culinary Delights or from this post when I made them quite a while ago.

When I made them, I smashed the meringue because I didn't invert them gently enough, so I wanted to give them another try - but didn't get to it. I did have to bake them for about 15 minutes longer then called for in the recipe to make sure they were done in the middle.
I remember these being very yummy. Probably because they were more cake-y than a traditional brownie.

Go see what the other TWD-er's thought by checking out which baker's participated this week!

20 comments:

chocolatechic said...

I didn't add fruit, but white chips and macadamia nuts.

Karen said...

mmm yours look delicious! :)

Christina and Jacob said...

Smashed meringue or not, I'd eat your brownies!

cindy said...

It was on tasty recipe. I omitted the meringue and added an orange buttercream glaze, yummy!

Tia said...

even smashed it looks great!
mine morphed into Salty/Sweet Brown Butter Frosted Brownies!

mike said...

These look even better with a thin meringue! I thought that was the most strange part of this recipe, but great fun to make! Glad you were able to do a test drive earlier -

alvarosa said...

The longer baking-time seems to have been a general problem. Mine where even almost one hour in the oven (but then all chewiness was away)

Joy said...

Your brownies look beautiful! I love the whole raspberry on the side.

Becky said...

your look good! i loved this recipe. my meringue was a bit smashed.

Clivia said...

Lovely photo! I will definitely be making these again.

Heather said...

Great pic! They look delicious even smashed.

Marthe said...

Yours look soooo good, even if the meringue was somewhat smashed!! Thanks for baking with me!

Pamela said...

Looks pretty good to me. I skipped the meringue, but it looks very nice on yours. Still, these were just okay for us.

Tracey said...

Great pic Mary Ann! Your brownie looks fabulous :) I changed this recipe up quite a bit and while it was tasty, it wasn't what I was expecting and probably not a repeat.

Romaine said...

The meringue might be smashed, but I can't tell it. They look wonderful. Thanks for the heads up on the TWD blog.

natalia said...

It's not so smshed ! Ciao !

Lauryn said...

yum, they look great! I left off the meringue and really enjoyed these!!

Criollobylisa said...

Your brownies look great. My brownies came out so far from cakey! I got the gooey ones!

Kayte said...

Yours look wonderful. Mine just did not get done in the middle, they were soggy and fell apart transferring from pan to plate. The meringue sort of caved in. But, you know...the teen boys and their friends ate them anyway...with a spoon and declared them "good enough." May try them again as I really like all the ingredients.

steph- whisk/spoon said...

looks like they were tasty! i thought they weere a lot more like a little cake, too.