Kids Kitchen Review

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I got say we love the Kids Kitchen Card Deck. The reciepies are fun, easy to follow, and the best part pretty healthy.
My Five year old joined and help make some Gooey Chocolate Brownies which we posted a full recipe at the bottom of this post.  We got to say they have been the best browines we have eaten in a while so gooey yet not to messy. I also love that the card are laminated so easy clean up even with sticky, icky finger touching them.

Gooey Chocolate Brownies

You will need 3/4 cup butter
6oz baking chocolate
3/4 cup light brown sugar
2 Large eggs
2cups all purpose flour shifted with 3 teaspoons baking soda
9inch square pan
knife
Heat proof mixing bowl and saucepan that fit snuggle into each other( or to saucepan stacked)
Wooden mixing spoon, fork, teaspoon
mixing bowl
Step 1
Preheat oven to 350F
Step 2
Spray baking pan with nonstick coating or place aluminum foil inside

Step 3
place butter and chocolate into a saucepan fitted on top of another saucepan with simmering water.
Let butter and chocolate melt. Stir constantly to prevent burning


Step 4 Add in brown sugar
Step 5 allow to slightly cool

Step 6 mix flour and baking soda in bowl

Step 7 break two eggs into bowl or cup scrabble with fork

Step 8
Make sure chocolate  is slightly cool then mix in eggs (if to warm egg will begin to scrabble.

Step 9 slowly poor in floor/baking soda mixture into pan while stiring

Step 10 Pour mixture into pan
Step 11 cook for 15-20 minutes

Step 12 allow to cool for 10 minutes, cut into squares and enjoy
Both my kids enjoyed these and I did as well. Gooey yet not  messy.

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