Lets talk about my America obsession. Since my early days of baking craze, I tend to bake American baked goods from American recipes and I’ve become this American addicted and obsessed about American culture. Whew! That’s a lot of American. I used to daydreaming about a very good quality of Belgian chocolate in my chocolate cake, but now, all I want is Reese’s peanut butter chips is my chocolate cookies. So as you can imagine, the saddest of all is not being able to find those American baking ingredients where I live.
I’m obsessed about those bakeries in America. From magnolia bakery to retro bakery. I’m obsessed about American baked goods like brownies, chocolate chip cookies, cupcakes, pies, cookie bars, you name it. And it makes me think that, if I ever, own a bakery, I want it to be all American bakery. Not in a patriotic way, only to be like those bakeries I adore.
Fyi, I don’t want my future bakery to be so pretty like Laduree’s, too fancy. I want it to be rustic and has that grandma’s kitchen feeling like magnolia’s. with retro fan and black and white checker tile, oh wait, no, rustic wooden floor. Anyway, it’s the menu that I already have or at least, I have already wrote in my journal.
And this hazelnut and butterscotch chocolate fudge brownies is in the menu, its so chocolate, so dense and really fudgy with bits of hazelnut and butterscotch chips. So easy to whipped and so easy to bake. Just remember that you will get chocolate knock-out from this brownies, yes you will.
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