Look! Brownies Baked in Egg Shells

Look! Brownies Baked in Egg Shells

Stephanie Barlow
Nov 16, 2011

Some days, when you think you've seen it all, you stumble across an egg filled with a brownie. It happens. But, can you believe it? This cool idea comes from a Spanish food blogger and the recipe is surprisingly simple.

The key to using egg shells is to make a small hole in the bottom of the egg and remove the yolk and egg white through the hold. This is a crucial step in making Ukranian-style dyed eggs, and there are a few tools available specifically for the process. One the egg is hollow, it's prime for recipes like this one!

Have you ever made a baked good in an egg shell?

Get the recipe: Brownies Cooked Inside Eggshells via Neatorama

Related: Spring Treat: How to Make Golden Chocolate Easter Eggs

(Images: La Receta de la Felicidad)

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