My kitchen is still a work in progress, but my new appliances were delivered last week and I couldn’t resist using my new oven =)! I saw this post from Pioneer Woman and would have tried it but most of my kitchen utensils are still in boxes in the basement – including my stand mixer, most of my bowls, measuring cups, etc. Sooo…I made a modified version using a brownie mix =). Don’t hate. It was delicious! Of course, if your kitchen isn’t mid-remodel feel free to make Pioneer Woman’s version or use your favorite from-scratch brownie recipe.

Our new house has lots of big windows in the kitchen and dining room -one of the big perks for this natural light food photographer- and I can’t wait to start photographing on a regular basis again. We’re headed out on an RV trip tomorrow, but hopefully I can bake up a few goodies to blog about while we’re gone. Enjoy!

Strawberry Nutella Brownies
1 box brownie mix (I used Ghirardelli)
1/3-1/2 cup Nutella
2 cups sliced strawberries
1 tbsp sugar
1-1/2 cups cool-whip (or fresh whipped cream)

1. Prepare brownie mix according to package directions. Line 8 inch square baking dish with aluminum foil or parchment paper and spray with non-stick spray. Bake according to box instructions.
2. Cool completely and removed from pan.
3. Place sliced strawberries and sugar in small bowl and let set for about an hour.
4. Spread Nutella over cooled brownies. Top with cool-whip. Drain strawberries completely and spoon over cool-whip. Chill at least an hour. If you don’t plan on serving right away (or the same day), don’t top with the strawberries until right before serving.
*inspired by The Pioneer Woman

Categories: Brownies and Bars, Cakes

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