Toronto Bakes for Japan: Nutella Brownie Bites

Toronto Bakes for Japan started today! If you haven’t already bought some goodies, you have plenty of time and plenty of locations to do so tomorrow. You can also make a donation online šŸ™‚

I decided to make brownie bites (again) for the event. It wasn’t too difficult to make a large quantity and I know they will surely please tomorrow’s crowd at Cafe Amaranto.

Here are some lovely pictures of the brownie-making process, starting with the brownie bits.

Nutella!

Rolled into balls – this took forever… I made 96!

I refrigerated these for a little while. Then, I melted some chocolate (obviously) and coated the balls.

Covered them up..

and done. yum.

Make sure to let these cool for a while before packaging them.

I had to package these for the bake sale, otherwise who would want to buy them!

They’re a little snug in the package, but it’ll have to do.

Ready for tomorrow’s sale :

Would you like to buy one?

If yes, I’ll see you tomorrow!

If no, you can still make a donation online.

Yours edibly,

Elana

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3 thoughts on “Toronto Bakes for Japan: Nutella Brownie Bites

  1. Iā€™m extremely impressed with your writing skills and also with the layout on your weblog. Is this a paid theme or did you customize it yourself? either way keep up the nice quality writing, it is rare to see a great blog like this one today.

    • Hi Burton, Thank you for your kind words — it is so nice to have positive feedback on things other than food I’ve made. The layout and theme is a free one I chose from WordPress – I customized it slightly with the background colour, header picture, and font – otherwise, there wasn’t much else I was able to change. I hope you can visit again soon…all the best.

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