This week's Tuesday with Dorie challenge is Honey Nut Brownies, chosen by Suzy of Suzy Homemaker. As Dorie said, there is just enough chocolate in these to make them brownies, and the highlight of these brownies is the honey.
These brownies were simple enough to make, but they are not one bowl, as you need to melt the butter and chocolate in a bowl over a pot of simmering water, while mixing up the eggs, sugar and honey in another bowl before combining everything in the mixer bowl.
I used walnuts in my brownies, and I neither frosted them nor dusted them with cocoa powder - they were good on their own.
I enjoyed these brownies - they are cakey and moist, and are just like the ones that my Mum used to make when we were children. Mum used to ice hers, and Dorie suggested that you could do the same with these brownies.
Thanks to Suzy for hosting us this week - she will have the recipe, or you can buy the book. To check out what the other TWD bakers thought of these brownies, visit the LYL section for this week on the TWD website.