I finally have a microwave big enough for my Bean Pot. The one we had before was so small that it wouldn't even fit when I turned the lid upside down!
My friend, Anna, held a Pinterest Themed Celebrating Home party for me, and she decided to make a chocolate peanut butter chip brownie in her Bean Pot in the microwave. (We have the same Bean Pot.) It was SO yummy! I decided to make it for my Celebrating Home team meeting a couple of weeks ago.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Chip Brownie
- 1 box brownie mix (plus ingredients listed on the back of the box- mine were 2 eggs & oil)
- peanut butter chips
2. Place the lid on the Bean Pot and put it in the microwave and bake for 8-12 minutes. (I'm giving you kind of a large time window here. Anna cooked hers for 12 minutes and stated that the edges were a little hard/overdone. I tried 10 minutes. The entire thing was a little crunchy on the outside, but while it was warm, it was super easy to scoop and eat, and it tasted delicious. When it cooled, it was rock hard. I actually needed to pour some milk in it and reheat it a bit. Next time I make this, I'm going to try 8 minutes.)
|Celebrating Home Bean Pot in Simply Summer $39.|
3. Remove the Bean Pot from the microwave, and sprinkle with the remaining peanut butter chips.
Do you like my Bean Pot??? This is a spring/summer exclusive pattern called "Simply Summer." Celebrating Home has a lot of other patterns to choose from! You can snag your own by using the link below to be taken directly to the Celebrating Home website so that you can participate in my Blog Party! You have a chance to win FREE MERCHANDISE!! Visit the Blog Party link for all of the details.
The party runs until July 8th!