, I'm not making brownies just for a pic.jpg
[x] 4 1/4 cups melted butter
[x] 12 3/4 cups sugar
[x] 4 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract
[x] 6 1/3 cups flour
[x] 4 1/4 cups cocoa powder
[x] 2 1/8 teaspoons salt
[x] 2 1/8 teaspoons baking soda
[x] 3 therightamount/afullcup cups chocolate.
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You receive a ruffle for your efforts. "Very good, little bunny." She looks quite pleased.
You're slightly disappointed scritchies aren't hadohhyesthatisverygood.
Smiling down at you, Satori replies, "Alright, let's get to this." Mom begins pulling down various things. Vanilla, cocoa powder, salt and baking soda. "Now, thankfully those are both wet ingredients, making this simple enough." Next, she gets out a couple 8x8 cake tray. "I think baking two sheets of brownies will do for now, but mixing it all will be fine." She smacks Sam away from the bowl. "First, we need to grease the pans." She takes out an unlabeled aerosol spray, and begins coating the two pans. "Next, melting butter." She begins extracting quite a lot of butter, coming out to 4.2500 cups, which just kind of... liquefies in the bowl.
Man, Mom's a magician of the Kitchen!
Ruffling your head again, and swatting Sam away from the butter, she continues, "Now, next we combine the flour, salt, baking soda and cocoa powder." She takes a large whisk and begins combining them in a bowl. Her motions are gentle yet deliberate. Fast yet not so fast that they make a mess. "Next, the melted butter, vanilla extract and sugar." She measures out each ingredient exactly, and combines them as well, whisking them slower but no less easily. "normally I'd add the eggs one at a time, and not quite so many, but as it is, they are a bit indisposed of."
You droop along with Sam.
"As such, while it shouldn't cause any terrible issues, I'll have to change things just a tad." She begins stirring the sugar mixture into the eggy chocolate paste, and after that gradually adding in the flour mixture. Soon, all the ingredients are together and the batter seems ready. "Now, if you do this by oven, you should preheat it for 350 degrees, but as it stands, I do things differently." She begins pouring the batter into the two pans, which, sure enough, comes to 1/8.5th of the total.
Kissing your forehead, she comments, "Thank you for helping with measurements, Renko. Your eyes did so better than I."
And then the trays catch fire!
...Is this supposed to happen...?
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This is the recipe I ended up going with. While it's not quite done as instructed, I was skimming for one I felt would work. They didn't say chocolate chips in the ingredients, only chocolate, so I suppose that's my bad.