September 21, 2009

Chocolate and spice and everything nice...

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Yesterday Grumpy and I went to our friends Randy & Amanda's house. Grumpy was going to help Randy get his gazebo finished and he took his bow so they could target shoot (practice). You know, that time of year is coming up next weekend!

I decided to take some special brownies. No, not that kind of special.....I had finally found some Pumpkin Spice Kisses at Target this weekend. I looked all over for these last year and couldn't find them anywhere. I had been eying a recipe I had seen on another blog that melted the kisses and swirled them into a brownie batter so I was excited when I found these kisses, the recipe sounded too good to not get to try!

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They turned out very fudgy and very yummy! The top where the kisses were swirled into the brownie was all crackly and underneath was all the fudge. Hard to keep out of. Thankfully Amanda didn't fight me when I told her we would leave the last of them at her house. ;-)

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I found the recipe on Key Ingredient - and it originated at Dinner and Dessert. The recipe is adapted from one of Dorie Greenspan's brownie recipes. If you love pumpkin give this a try...the brownie recipe itself can't go wrong, it is one of the best ones out there for fudgy brownies!

39 comments:

  1. Oh, I'm gonna have to look for those kisses! Of course, I'd have to give the brownies away as well as I don't think I could resist them either!

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  2. Shelby,
    I've never seen those Pumpkin kisses, I'll have to check my Target here. But, what a fall-like brownie. So fudgy and that topping...wow!

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  3. I've heard about those pumpkin spice kisses, I think I saw them in duane reade the other day and I should have grabbed them when I had the chance. I would love to have some of that chewy and moist brownie

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  4. Shelby, the brownies look awesome, but what caught my eye of course, was your header on the San Francisco Food Bank Challenge! Just copied it to my boss. $4.00 a day is quite a challenge to most of us, but not my clients! Thanks, Kathye

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  5. Oh my..these look gorgeous! Wonder if I can get those kisses here in the UK.

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  6. Yum! And I think pumpkin baking season is officially ON! I did something with chocolate and pumpkin this weekend, too. You're so right about it being a good combination.

    xo
    +Jessie

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  7. Beautiful recipe!! I have a pumpkin brownie on this weeks menu too! Hope mine turn out as nice. Love those pumpkin kisses!

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  8. The pumpkin flavours in these brownies would be perfect for autumn..my favourite time. I think it was wise to leave them at your friends:D

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  9. Great fall treat! I really need to bust out the pumpkin:)

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  10. Looks so good. :) Love the new look of your blog too.
    Susie

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  11. This is the first I'm hearing of the Pumpkin Spice Kisses. Sounds perfect with brownies. I'll have to look for them!

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  12. I saw those kisses in the store the other day!! Figured they be too dangerous to keep in the house, but the brownies look yummy. :)

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  13. I have never even heard of the pumpkin kisses, what a neat ingredient. Your brownies look wonderful.

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  14. I've never seen those kisses. Now I want some. This looks so yummy.

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  15. Wow, pumpkin spice kisses...totally new! Sounds like they'd be gone in seconds.

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  16. Pumpkin kisses? That's a new one on me. Such a nifty ingredient for this time of year!

    Your pictures are so delicious looking that I am STARVING for one of these.

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  17. This looks wonderful! I searched and searched for those kisses last year and couldn't find a single bag. I'm on the hunt again this year! Where did you end up finding them?

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  18. I've never put pumpkin and chocolate together. This combination sounds FANTASTIC. The brownies are pretty too.

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  19. lovely picture, these sound divine!

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  20. I adore pumpkin - pumpkin in a brownie is new to me, but I'd love to try it - these look so good!

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  21. The colors and pictures are the best I have seen yet, your site is absolutely scrumptous!

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  22. Such pretty fall colors! I've never heard of or seen those pumpkin spice kisses. Going to have to be on the lookout for them.

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  23. I wish I could find pumpkin kisses here in Paris...your brownies are so tempting!

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  24. Those pumpkin kisses sound really good, we don't have Hershey chocolate here.

    Love your blogs new look!!

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  25. Thank you for sharing. Just what am going to have. Yummy ! Cheers !

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  26. Oh this looks so delicious and gooey!

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  27. Oh my goodness, are these fabulous for fall or what! Brownie are my total favorite treat!

    I've never seen these Kisses. I'm going to have to run to Target to hunt for some!

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  28. I've got to find those kisses. Great photos and recipe!

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  29. I'm usually NOT a dessert person (not to mention I don't have a baking bone in my body), but those brownie pictures called to me.

    +1 in my book. :)

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  30. it looks irresistible!!!
    i hv one more way to make dessert with pumpkins now!

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  31. First, I love your new look! Very pretty.
    And this recipe! WOW...I have to look for these kisses.
    Happy Fall!!

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  32. I gotta get to Target and grab a few bags of those kisses! I'm gonna cheat and use a box mix. Shhh, the boys I bake for will never know anything but that Miss Ingrid baked for them! :)
    ~ingrid

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  33. If you get a chance do try Dorie's original recipe - it is so delicious with fresh pumpkin. The kisses look like a delicious shortcut though!

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  34. This is one of my favorite recipes! Glad you liked them!

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  35. Yummy! This one is surely a favorite of mine. I love chocolates. And with this new idea. I will surely bake for myself. hehehe..lol..

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  36. Oh my, that looks just terribly luscious :)

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