Friday, September 25, 2009

The Bug Makes Brownies

My sweet little 2 year old grand girl Bug spent the evening with me yesterday.  We had lots of fun.  She wanted to show everyone how to make brownies since she is quite the little baker.  We have a really great time when we are together, as you can tell.  She belongs to my middle son and she also is the spitting image of her dad.  She and Gracie are cousins.  Her older sister is Roo.  Okay, here goes the brownies.......

First put your apron on and wait on Mimi to get all the ingredients together.

After you put the Duncan Heinze Brownie mix in the bowl; you pour in one egg that has been cracked in a separate bowl just in case you get shells in it when you open it.....

Then you pour in the oil and water.....

Then you mix it all up.......

You pour it in the greased pan with Mimi's help, then.....

Then you spread it evenly in the pan and finally you......

Put it in the oven at 350 degrees to bake for 35-40 minutes. After that you eat it with a fork cause it has fallen apart since you are eating it before it has a chance to cool completely. (Mimi made sure that she blew on it really good before every bite!)

Yum, Yum.  Bug you certainly know how to make good brownies!!

Sorry about the picture quality, I am certainly not a pro and Bug messed with the camera taking pictures too.  I think she changed some settings, teehee.  Thanks for stopping by and hanging out with us for a little while......

Always Count your blessings,


  1. She sure is a GREAT!!! cook working her way up to master chef. I also love cooking with my grand-daughter. They are now 10, 9 and 7. Time flies when you're have fun. Memories last a lifetime. Geri

  2. Oh my goodness! That would make anyone want to bake brownies. What a cutie pie.

  3. What a precious little girl! I love each a every picture! Love your blog and will visit often.

    ((Hugs)) and warm wishes, ~Liz

  4. Bug is adorable and has a glitter of fun in her eyes! Love the little cute!

  5. She is so sweet. I have 7 grandaughters so I can appreciate how wonderful they are. I made apple sauce with my grandaughters on Sunday from apples we went and picked. Thanks for sharing your lovely cook.