The past five (or more?) years my work got together for a cookie/recipe exchange I work with a lot of folks, so baking a certain number of cookies for us each to go home with a platter/selection is a little unrealistic, especially when you are single! It became a recipe exchange instead. We bake two of each cookie and place them in baggies (as cute or plain as you feel like being) with an attached recipe. It's been a great way to gain some really fun new recipes through the years. Last year I tried one I found on brucrew that seemed simple, and turned out to be delicious. Here are my bagged cookies ready to go.Print Recipe Card Here If you want a copy of the recipe. Click the link (it's a free website I used to share uploads.
Basically-you choose your favorite brownie mix, and bake it up (using the recipe with the * next to it).
You cut it into 35 pieces after it cools, and then wrap each little square around a Rolo.
Chill for an hour or so in the fridge. Then melt almond bark. Roll each brownie ball into the almond bark. Sprinkle with sea salt. Harden. Bite. Eat. Repeat.