As Seen on TV: The Perfect Brownie

If you are in the mood for some holiday brownies, you may be interested in "The Perfect Brownie".

It's billed as the world's first bake, slice and serve brownie maker.

The first thing with "The Perfect Brownie" is mixing up the brownies.

From there, put it in the pan and whip it up.

Add a quarter cup of water, a quarter cup of vegetable oil and then mix it up.

Before pouring the brownie mix into the perfect brownie pan, spray some non-stick spray, something like Pam, in the pan itself and the divider.

Pour the brownie mix in and take the divider and drop it in.

Set the oven at 350 degrees and pop it in for about a half an hour.

Once they are done, set it right on top on the stand and let it cool a bit.

Once cooled, flip it over and voila, brownies are served.

Although "The Perfect Brownie" pan did not deliver perfectly shaped brownies, they are perfectly delicious.

"The Perfect Brownie"? Thumbs up.

For more information on purchasing "The Perfect Brownie", head to the Big Red Bar.


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