Okay, people, let me warn you. These are good. You should have seen the faces of my friends and coworkers who ate them.
I don’t know why these are called “Millionaires,” but I decided I was going to be one. I bought a PowerBall ticket. I need $550MM.
Basically, you’re eating brown sugar and butter with melted Heath bars on top. Ready?
You’re going to want to make these soon. Having a holiday party? Serve these. Having a pity party? Serve these.
This is a strange way to multitask…
Look how Christmasy my apartment looks! I’m excited.
I didn’t have one, so I used a fork. Hope that’s okay!
Step 11: Bake for 70 minutes.
70 minutes?! That’s a damn long time to wait!
I was wondering why the chocolate melted, but not the toffee. I guess toffee doesn’t melt…?
Willow wanted to play her game on the iPad (typical). I was just happy she was staying out of the Christmas tree.
I was supposed to let cool (slightly), then cut. I do not know what “slightly” means, but I was frustrated. The chocolate was too melty, so I waited, then it was still too melty, so I put it outside in the cold. It was still melty and I finally just cut them.
I cut them into 16 pieces, but mine are squares instead of rectangles like her picture. I guess I could have done 4×1, but I didn’t think about it.
I got: 16
Start time: 8:00
End time: 12:45 (4 hours, 45 minutes) In all fairness, I went to see Rise of the Guardians while it was chilling.
Martha’s estimated time: 3 hours, 15 minutes
What did I learn?
- Toffee doesn’t melt. Don’t wait for it to melt.
What do I need to learn?
- What’s the purpose of stabbing the dough before baking it?
Like I said, these are popular. I forgot to take a picture of myself when they were done, so I did today.
They went quick.
Oh, and about the PowerBall…I’ll be at work tomorrow.