Mixed Plate

What is she up to now?

The finished product looks a bit blah huh? So here’s what I did. I wanted to make one pan of brownies with half regular fudge brownies and half fudge brownies with oreos. So I cut a piece of cardboard and wrapped it with foil while I poured the batter with oreo in, held the cardboard in place as I poured the regular batter in. Then, I just lifted the board out and baked it! The batter is thick enough that it won’t mix into one another…and even if it did…it’s all brownie batter!

I made it for a student training and they ate it all so I’m guessing it was good! Glad it worked!

You’ve heard about the craze. Plant based burgers all over the place. A bit late in posting this but I tried this a few weeks ago. It was good! It tastes just like a whopper, I can’t taste the difference. But honestly, if you think about it, a whopper tastes more like the veggies (onion, tomato, pickles, lettuce) than anything else.

A video blogger did a video about the impossible burger and she asked her location if they fry it on the same grill as the meat burgers and they said they do. WELL, OF COURSE THE IMPOSSIBLE BURGERS WILL TASTE GOOD THEN. Don’t you agree? Would I order it again? Sure! I like these meat alternatives!

3 responses to “Mixed Plate

  1. vickinags

    have you seen nutritional analysis of impossible burger? It’s healthier to eat regular whopper. less fat and salt among other things.
    I guess only for people who don’t want to or can’t eat red meat. I never understood why they would want a close substitute if that’s the reason

  2. kat

    will stick to regular burgers 🙂

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