So about an hour and a half ago I noticed King Arthur Flour posted this on their blog:
And after looking through that process, how could you NOT follow on through to the regular-format recipe??
Within minutes I was digging through the pantry and fridge for ingredients, and had the oven heating up. Very simple recipe - and you don't need to use any of the name-brand products that KAF sells (don't get me wrong - I've bought and loved some of their stuff) - this works just great with that brown box/tub of cocoa powder, generic flour, and none of the Cake Enhancer.
Mmmm - look what just came out of the oven.
The place smells GREAT! (And a little confusing, since there's also a rotisserie chicken carcass, veggies, herbs etc in the slow cooker making chicken noodle soup for dinner - this ALSO smells good, but chocolate and chicken together? Eh.)
The batter was sooooo good - very similar to brownie batter, or maybe a cross between brownie and pudding? Brett and I both felt that, if anything, all this will need is a dusting of powdered sugar.
After it's cooled enough to slice.
If we can wait that long.