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I'm a Utah mom, just trying to make ends meet. Several years ago, I was introduced to a new way of couponing. I've been addicted ever since. I have a hard time paying full price for anything anymore.

I love couponing so much, I decided to become a teacher for Grocery Smarts.

I teach free classes and show you how to get everything you need at the grocery store and still leave $$$ in your pocket. I'll also teach you the best ways to get and organize your coupons. The best part of the class is when I show you how to match your current coupons up with the current local sales - getting the most bang for your buck!


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June 24, 2008

Rocky Road Brownies

We went camping this last weekend - okay so we only stayed for dinner and the fire. I'll be honest, I'm not a camper. It was our ward campout and I was asked to bring a dessert. I love to make desserts and it also gave me the opportunity to use some of those marshmallows I bought a few weeks ago. Get ready because this recipe makes a ton of brownies, so it was great to bring them to a big get together like this. Here's the recipe and a few pictures along the way.

Rocky Road Brownies
2 cubes butter
2 C sugar
2/3 C cocoa
2 tsp vanilla
4 eggs
1 1/2 C flour
1 C chopped nuts (optional)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Mix butter, sugar, cocoa and vanilla. Add eggs one at a time until fluffy and then add the flour and nuts. Spread this mixture onto a greased cookie sheet (one of those big ones that are about an inch deep) and bake for 25 minutes.

Add one bag of mini marshmallows to the top of your hot brownies and bake for an additional 3 minutes.

Allow brownies to cool before frosting.

Frosting

2/3 C butter

1/3 C cocoa

4 C powdered sugar

1/3 C milk

Mix frosting ingredients in a seperate bowl and spread over marshmallows.

Now you can cut, share and enjoy.

Something I didn't know before: I stocked up on a bunch of marshmallows a few weeks ago, because I learned that you can freeze the bag of marshmallows. Yep - you pull them out and they are as fresh as when you originally bought them - just let them warm up to room temperature.






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