Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Rum Raisin Fudge Brownies

I volunteered to test recipes for Hannah over at Bittersweet Blog - the first recipe came in today and promptly set my spirits in motion. I've been feeling evil and craving chocolate -- this recipe was short and sweet and easy to make. After my rum raisin apple pie experiment, I was happy to give this a whirl.

Rum Raisin Fudge Brownie

I can't share the recipe with you folks - but I plan to remake this recipe and test out a few things on it, so if you are between home and work for me, I might could find my way to share...

I did get a picture up of my Fig Tart and edited the posting to include the result (it was totally eaten up!)

12 comments:

Vegan_Noodle said...

Wow, you're fast!! They look delicious too... I will be baking mine tomorrow. :-)

jennconspiracy said...

If you're in San Francisco still, I could give you one sometime during the day - I work near Market/Fremont. :)

Sanja said...

They look so delicious!

Mihl said...

Maybe Germany is on your way?

A Slice of the Pie said...

These look yummy. I've recently begun to attempt some vegan baking and I really should buy Hannah's cook book, shouldn't I?

BitterSweet said...

I can't believe how quickly you made these- They look great, too! :)

BGF said...

Please share this recipe soon, Jenn. I have some vegan friends who would flip over this!

jennconspiracy said...

Sorry BGF - you'll have to wait for the cookbook to come out!

Amy said...

Yum yum yum!

Oh, and the package swaps on my latest posts weren't part of any organized group swap, just private swaps! But, there is a PPK package swap coming up, you can check that out on the PPK forum under the basement section, I believe... Swaps are lots of fun!

Rowena said...

I love it when the words evil and chocolate are together in one sentence. Wicked!

Thanks for the comment on the gecko. He (or she) did just fine when it was dumped onto a flowering shrub -- disappeared in a flash!

Chile said...

You're a treat tease. Showin' pictures but not sharing recipes. Harrumph.

jennconspiracy said...

well, I might be persuaded to share a batch, Chile...