I don’t even know where to start with this one. I am floored by how amazing Miss Jones Baking Co. Brownie Mix tastes. What’s even better is that it’s organic AND you don’t need $10 worth of extra ingredients to make it! If you have a couple of eggs and some coconut oil then you’re ready to bake! This is a sponsored post, as always all thought are my own.
With V-day coming up [tomorrow!] I thought I’d bake a little fun with this recipe for Brownie Batter Bark. It’s made with only 4 ingredients – coconut oil, egg whites, water, Miss Jones Organic Brownie Mix – and of course, SPRINKLES! (I guess that’s 5 ingredients, but sprinkles don’t count since they’re a must!). This brownie bark bakes up crispy, crunchy and perfectly delicious.
Miss Jones Baking Co. Brownie Mix
Miss Jones Baking Co. was founded by millennial Sarah Garibaldi (she’s younger than me!) in a quest to make delicious, ORGANIC frostings and baking mixes. Not only do they taste amazing, each of their products are free from any hydrogenated oils, trans fats, or artificial colors and flavors!
So what are some of their products you might ask?
Chocolate Buttercream Frosting
Vanilla Buttercream Frosting
SALTED CARAMEL BUTTERCREAM FROSTING
Cinnamon Sugar Buttercream Frosting
Cream Cheese Buttercream Frosting
Confetti Pop Buttercream Frosting
Chocolate Chip Cookies
Confetti Pop Cookies
and of course, Brownies
(ALL ORGANIC & NON-GMO!)
I was sent a sample of their Baker Babe Box (minus the tee shirt) which includes their organic brownie mix, an adorable spatula, and a set of yummy recipe cards. They have other baker boxes available too, all of which would be perfect for ANYONE who loves to bake!
If you watched the Super Bowl, you may have even seen Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg wearing Miss Jones Baking Co. “Bakers Gonna Bake” sweatshirts (and I totally want one!).
Brownie Batter Bark
Miss Jones Baking Co. has a HUGE recipe index on their website and there was one in particular that caught my eye – the Pistachio Brownie Batter Bark. (They can’t call it “Brownie Brittle” since that name is trademarked.) I prefer sprinkles to nuts, so I decided to use my leftover heart sprinkles from last year’s Raspberry Brownie Cupcakes to add a touch of Vday to the recipe.
To make the Brownie Batter Bark, simply mix all of the ingredients according to the directions and spread it super-duper thin on a parchment-lined sheet pan. Once it is baked, let it cool completely and break (or cut) it into bite-sized pieces. This bark goes from done to burnt in like 2 seconds, so I erred on the safe side and pulled it out when the edges were crisp.
The slab of chocolaty perfection was still a little soft on the inside (like a normal brownie) so in order to make it completely crisp, I thew all of the pieces back into the oven for a few minutes to harden.
I put the sprinkles on before baking and some of the heavier ones got lost in the batter while it baked up. To fix this, I added more while it was still hot but they didn’t really stick. I’d say add the light weight sprinkles before baking and the heavy ones (like the sugar pearls) at the end.
I am so excited that there is finally an organic baking company that makes both frostings AND baking mixes! As much as I love to bake from scratch, there are still days that I don’t mind the quickness of a mix! I can’t wait until Miss Jones Baking Co. Brownie Mixes are in every singe store in America so that everyone can have access to the best baking mixes there are (and I’m not exaggerating!). Until then, here’s their store locator to find some near you and if you can’t find any, there’s always MissJones.co or Amazon!
Don’t forget to pin these to your Brownie Board! →
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post thanks to the generosity of Miss Jones Baking Co. However, all opinions expressed are my own, including thoughts in tweets. I received compensation, either monetarily, with a free product or both in exchange for this post. This disclosure is done in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission 10 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.