Making Something simple look extravagant

 This is what I mean when I say use your creativity. I made simple brownies but instead of just eating them with a spoon straight from the oven tray or just plopping it on the plate. I  waited for the brownies to cool and cut them up into perfect squares and set them on a plate. I put a perfect scoop of cookies and cream ice cream centered on top and took chocolate sauce and drizzled it on the side of the plate. (This is something that a restaurant would charge about $6 per slice and it cost me about $3 for a big tray. I did this in a rush because I had hungry people waiting :   ) but there are ways that this could have been much more creative. Maybe on a nicer plate, The chocolate sauce splattered neater and a nicely cut strawberry on top of it all. Do you see where I am going with this? )

Great, learn to make the simple dishes you create look extravagant. Use your creativity. That is what makes it unique.
God Bless


  1. Hi Mrs Elise.I love your blog.I've recently started baking and this blog makes it very simple and easy to follow.I was wondering if you have any cookie recipes.I've tried following the internet ones but I had a disaster.My favorite are oatmeal.I hope you can help.
    Thank you

  2. Yes Goldie, I actually do have great cookie recipes and tips. Keep viewing the blog I will try to guide you through it this week.

  3. This looks delicious! Its just brownie, but the way you did it looks so scrumptious.

  4. Elise, esse de aqui, arrebentou, me faz lembrar o triple chocolate meltdown do Applebee's, rsrsrs...kissess


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