February Recipes

February 2, 2010- Kristin of I’m Right About Everything picked Milk Chocolate Mini Bundt Cakes, pages 188 and 189.

February 9, 2010- Tanya of Chocolatechic chose Rick Katz’s Brownies for Julia, page 91.

February 16, 2010- Kait of Kait’s Plate selected My Best Chocolate Chip Cookies, page 68.

February 23, 2010- Michelle of Flourchild decided on Honey-Wheat Cookies, page 81.

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45 thoughts on “February Recipes

  1. Sweet! I already have made the chocolate chip cookies several times, and I can tell you they really are the BEST.

    Plus, I already have pictures, so WIN.

  2. YES!!! I get to make chocolate chip cookies! I am going to eat so. much. dough.

    Also excited about chocolate cake and honey and brownies. Lots of favorite things for me this month.

  3. I’m lovin these picks! One question: for the mini bundts, can we just use muffin tins? Although this is a great excuse for buying another pan…. *insert evil laugh*
    weird coincidence – i was planning on making the cookies that same weekend. funny, huh?

    • I definitely wouldn’t worry about buying a new pan just for one recipe, not that mini-Bundts aren’t very cute. I’m sure a muffin tin would work, and I’m curious whether a full recipe makes the right amount of batter for a regular Bundt.

      • IDK for sure, but I would try it. Worse case scenario it only fills up half the pan, and your bundt cake isn’t as high as a normal one. Don’t take my word for it though if it messes up lol

    • It looks to me like this recipe would not fill a regualr bundt pan (10-12 cups, usually) unless you double it. I’m guessing it makes around 6 cups of batter. A small tube/bundt pan or a loaf pan should be about right.

  4. Very excited about the choices this month!!!

    Thinking I might make the bundt in my 6/jumbo muffin pan.

    I’ve tried making those brownies before but had a horrible time baking them- wondered if the baking time was off or good old human error on my part?

    • Jayma: I just made these yesterday and wondered the same thing. I baked for 30-35 min. at 325. They seemed “done” according to the recipe, (top dry, gooey inside), but once cooled, the middle sunk, starting about 2 inches from the edge of the pan. I don’t have the book with me, and can’t remember if there’s a photo? I’m thinking another 5-10 would do it…

      • Hey Mike, that’s exactly the problem that I had. I left it in for an additional 10 minutes but it was still a gooey mess! Have to give it another try though, I love brownies too much to not get it right!

      • yeah. i made them and had the same thing happen. left them in for an additional 15 minutes and middle was soupy.

        with that said, the outside pieces were really really good. I loved the idea of seperating the whites and yolks. :) it’s how i make pancakes. :) i am tempted to try this again to get it right.

  5. Wow–lots of chocolate this month! i don’t like chocolate that much. Weird, I know. I am going to try to bake a couple of these this week, because I’ll be away until the 6th of March for work. Unfortunately I won’t have a kitchen to bake in in Montreal:(
    On the bright side, the restaurants are fantastic there:) Can’t wait to see everyone’s posts.

  6. I love mini bundts! I read on the Martha Stewart website that all recipes formulated for making six mini bundts will fill a 10-cup bundt pan if doubled. That’s what I’m going to do. :)

  7. Great choices!

    I’m going to see if my office wants to revive the “bake sale for charity” idea we did before Christmas. This time it will be for the International Red Cross. Hope that will keep me from bursting out of my pants!

  8. Love all these recipes! I’ve already made the brownies and my husband has made the chocolate chip cookies several times. (now it’s my turn!)

    I’m really excited about the honey wheat cookies. I love wheat germ and excited to see how it plays out in these cookies.

    Great picks, everyone!

  9. if anyone is thinking of skipping the honey-wheat cookies. DO NOT!

    they are so good! I made them last night and am in love! just be sure to take them out right around 10 minutes…they are perfectly chewy at that point!

    SUCH A GREAT MONTH of RECIPES!

  10. Oh good Im so glad to hear about the Honey-wheat cookies since it’s my pick! I think they sound delicious. Of course I like healthy things and IM sick of chocolate. I figured after a Valentines day it will be nice to have anything BUT chocolate!!

  11. I did half the brownie recipe baked them in a smaller pan and they came out of the oven looking good. Im getting ready to take them out of the pan ..wish me well.

  12. This will be my first TWD post and I was wondering if I bake the brownies according to the recipe in the book, can I add icing to the finished brownies and still be ok. Im just not sure what the rules are about changes to the recipe.
    Thanks
    Charla

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