Brownie Wrapped in Phyllo – Ride for Family Homelessness Final Day

Dancing Deer Brownie Wrapped in Phyllo DoughWell, this series has come to an end.  After many days and many delicious recipes, today will be our last day talking about Dancing Deer products.  For now.  Even before I blogged them, I was a fan.  Nothing has changed that!

As you probably know, Dancing Deer CEO Trish Karter rode more than 1,500 miles to promote awareness for Family Homelessness.  She has done a great thing.  She talked with people, shared with them, and fed them.  I only wish my blogging efforts could compare.

To celebrate the final day of blogging about Dancing Deer products, I want to end with the first idea I ever had about what to do with Dancing Deer brownies:

Dancing Deer Brownies Wrapped in Phyllo Dough

We used to go to a restaurant called Coyote Grill here in Kansas City where my wife always ordered the brownie wrapped in phyllo dough.  I couldn’t not let this series end without sharing it with all of you.

Wrapping a Brownie in Phyllo

Like all things dessert, is going to keep this recipe as easy as possible.  Goodness knows if it’s difficult, I’m never going to be able to make it.  That’s why this recipe is so easy.  I have to fix this desset for my wife every once in a while or I get into loads of trouble.

You will need:

  • 2 ounces butter
  • 1 ounce honey
  • 3 sheets phyllo
  • 1 Dancing Deer peppermint brownie
  • 1 egg

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.  Thaw the phyllo, but leave in the refrigerator until you are ready to use it.

Melt the butter in the microwave or over medium heat.  Add the honey and mix thoroughly.

Take out the phyllo, set the brownie in the middle of the sheets, liberally brush the butter/honey mixture on the brownie and then wrap the phyllo around the brownie.

Beat the egg with 1 tablespoon of water and brush the top of the phyllo liberally.

Bake at 350 degrees until the phyllo turns golden brown, about 10 minutes.

Top with whip cream, ice cream, chocolate sauce, caramel or whatever strikes your fancy.


And Now For Some Indigestion

Even after 1,500 miles and 15 blog posts, family homelessness is not just going to go away if we don’t all pitch in and help.  Get involved with your local homeless shelter, donate to your local food pantry, and give as you can.  All it takes is a lot of people doing just a little.

Good luck.

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