As a rule, I haven't posted many things from my books on my blog. I'd rather you be able to read it in my book some day!
But alas, good friend Jennifer twisted my arm.
And... just so you know, this is probably one of my most favorite parts of my book. Okay, there are a few other things I like even more, but this one is near and dear to my heart.
Jenny's brownie recipe (by way of an e-mail to Jack who asked for the recipe)
Jack, thanks again for calling tonight. You caught me off guard,
but I enjoyed talking with you again. Looking forward to next Saturday night. The chicken casserole is a recipe I found online, so I’m including the link in this e-mail. Below is the recipe for the brownies. It’s important that you follow it step by step, and not mix up the order or anything. Otherwise they just won’t turn out right.
1.) Go to the grocery store and find the aisle with baking supplies.
2.) Find a Betty Crocker Brownie Mix and purchase it.
3.) Go home.
4.) Open the box.
5.) Follow directions on the back of the box (but add a pinch more oil than they ask for, and a pinch less water…)
6.) Put brownies in the oven and set the timer for ten minutes LESS than instructed.
7.) Viola! You should have perfectly made brownies! Wait five minutes, pour yourself a glass of milk, and enjoy.
There you have it. My famous recipe!
Have a good night, Jack.
In Jesus love,