I don’t think I have ever given a piece of pie to a person who didn’t smile. Pie just makes you feel good.
This is one of our favorites. One of the nice things is how easy it is to make. You almost always have the ingredients on hand, so it can be put together pronto when you need a quick dessert.
First, you’ll need to make a crust.
(Note: I should have mixed the sugar and cocoa together here with a whisk before adding it to the butter, but I forgot. Doing so would have separated all the little grains of cocoa and kept them from balling up when I mixed it. Perhaps you can learn from my mistake.)
That’s true in life, too, you know.
Find people who are truly trustworthy, and be willing to learn from their mistakes without having to make them yourself.
Also be willing to be honest about your own mistakes for the benefit of others.)
Ok. I know it’s only sugar and cocoa, but please consider it’s deeper meaning in this instance.
But back to brownie pie . . .
Except that I couldn’t get it well blended, because I had little dark lumps of cocoa in my mix. (Product of previously-mentioned mistake.)
There is grace when we mess up.
That’s good news on days when we’re making brownie pie.
It’s great news when we mess up in life and say and do things we shouldn’t.
Grace. What a precious thing.
It comes in the form of an immersion blender for this mistake.
Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
As well as the grace you’ve been given.
Of both pie and grace.
I love you,