We celebrated today 🙂
And Kate made her first apple crisp:
Much love & brownies & apple crisp-ness!!!!
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decent. is “national brownie day” for real tho? (luv u guys, but u nvr answer blog comments so im just gunna go ahead google the answer myself 🙂
oh, it’s actually for real! who knew..!?
Oh yum!!! Can I come over? I’ll bring my famous Sarah Lee cheesecake. LOL 😉
It’s pretty cool when there’s some random ” … Day” for something you like that you can celebrate. Hope y’all enjoyed your brownies and apple crisp. 🙂
not me, but Dec. 16th is “National Chocolate Covered Anything Day”! yum
Too tempting with the sweet stuff. I gotta play Sugar Shack now. Let’s see, is that by the B-52s or Bomshel?
So y’all are gonna make those for the 16th right ; )
I missed National Brownie Day?!?!?!?! I guess I’ll just celebrate a day late haha.
ironically, I ate a blondie yesterday and it had seen better days 😦 but you guys inspired me (or more like reminded me) that I need to bake this week. whooooo!
and i hope you (more or less Kate) didn’t hurt yourself with me….erm the Pam spray bottle. (my attempt at being funny). 🙂
Halt! Put your hands in the air and back away from the brownie mix. Slowly now, LOL, and keep your hands where I can see them.
The Chocolate Police is here, saving the world from chocolate peddlers everywhere (i.e., male chocpires and female vampolates), one slice of bacon at a time.
Bacon is to chocolate as garlic is to vampires. #notamoleculeofchocolate
mmm. i thought about making apple crisp for my holiday work party. do you have a good recipe?
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