First, Happy Purim Katan! Second, happy blogaversary to me! Wow!! It’s been two years already! This blog is really special to me because its my outlet and excitement during my regular routine life. It is something I committed to and I am never going to turn back :). Heres just a small highlight of *some of the recipes that were posted over the year.
Anyway, on to this year! When I started my blog I was so excited that i was around purim time which means I was going to do something hamentaschen themed every year…and this year… 4 ingredient Brownie-taschen! Yes thats right, only 4 ingredients. SUPERR easy and BEYOND yum!!
Yum. They are soft, easy to make and look incredible! Also no worries about shaping a hamentaschen and “will the pinch hold” because these guys are triangle shaped thumbprint cookies. Yeah. simple easy and soooo yum!
For those of you who have been following long enough, you know I like to include a history piece. So if you are interested in reading the history of Hamentaschen see my Potato-Onion Hamentaschen .
Anyway heres the long waited recipe. Enjoy!
4 Ingredient Brownie-taschen
1 box Duncan Hines Brownie Mix
1 tsp. water
1/4 C. Oil
Chocolate chips or jelly
Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees. Mix together the brownie mix, water, oil and egg. Refrigerate for at least 1 hour.
Take dough (about 1 1/2 Tbsp) and shape into a triangle (not a hamentaschen, just regular triangle) (should NOT be flat…give it some height)
Bake for 10-11 minutes.
Right when come out of the oven take a teaspoon and spray the back of it with a little oil. Press teaspoon into center of the cookie to make like a thumbprint.
For the melted chocolate filling: Also while still hot, add chocolate chips to the hole. Wait about 1 min, then mix the chocolate chips (should melt and mix). Let cool.