How decorate a brownie to look like a t-bone steak. I found this idea here:
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1 brownie mix
1-8oz package cream cheese (happy or otherwise)
Chocolate or candy melts for coating of brownie pieces.
Peanut butter, melted butterscotch chips or melted peanut butter candy melts for making the “bone” in the t-bone steak.
Crushed oreo cookie crumbs and crushed rice crispy cereal for salt and pepper
Black food colour
Red Food colour
Mix brownie mix, adding in the require oil/water/egg asked for on the package. Blend in 1 -8oz/250g package of cream cheese (softened).
This makes the brownies incredibly moist and help keep them from cracking on the surface during baking.
Add in a few drops of red food colour (optional) to make it look like a rare steak.
Put the brownie batter into a greased pan. I used a large brownie mix so I put mine into a 9×13″ pan and the brownies ended up being about an inch thick.
Bake brownie according to package directions, it may take a bit longer if you add the cream cheese. Bake until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.
Let cool completely and cut out steak shapes using a cookie cutter or knife.
Place cut out brownies on a rack and coat with chocolate. Allow to set and then make “grill ” marks on the “steaks” by making lines on them with a skewer or similar sized object.
Paint on some black food colour (diluted with a bit of water) into the grooves of the grill marks.
Place melted butterscotch or peanut butter candy melts or peanut butter into a zip lock bag and pipe on the steak “bone” shape.
Sprinkle with crushed oreos and rice krispies to look like salt and pepper.
Print out, cut out and add the cute steak picks as shown on the website.
Serve this as part of a cupcake dinner!
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