HUSTLE CARD: Jason Byrd's Brownie

Recipe Information

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AuthorChris MartinYields1 Serving
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Recipe Details

DifficultyBeginnerPrep Time10 minsCook Time4 minsTotal Time14 mins

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 As needed - Packets of Hot Cocoa Powder
 1 Bag of M&Ms
 3 Pop Tarts
 2 tbsp Peanut Butter
 As needed - French Vanilla Creamer
 1 Bag of Chocolate Chip Cookies

Recipe Directions

Make the batter
1

Get your bag of cookies and break them down within the commissary bin. Wear gloves and really crush the cookies into a fine crumble.

2

Mix the hot cocoa powder with water and pour into the bin until have created almost dough fell. Continue to mix with your hands.

3

Add a spoon or two of the peanut butter

4

Keeping mixing the batter by hand making sure that the consistency stays moist. Add more cocoa mix as needed.

Mold the Prison Brownie
5

Use the trash bag and the peanut butter jar lid to create a mold that can will allow you to make a circular shape with the brownie batter.

6

Take your french vanilla creamer and place into the corner of the trash bag. Cut the end of the bag to use a pastry bag.

Yard Hustle Time
7

Add more cocoa mix to the top and then add crushed the Pop Tarts and crushed M&Ms to the top. The more candy you add to the top of the brownie the more value you get can get in the yard.

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Ingredients

 As needed - Packets of Hot Cocoa Powder
 1 Bag of M&Ms
 3 Pop Tarts
 2 tbsp Peanut Butter
 As needed - French Vanilla Creamer
 1 Bag of Chocolate Chip Cookies

Directions

Make the batter
1

Get your bag of cookies and break them down within the commissary bin. Wear gloves and really crush the cookies into a fine crumble.

2

Mix the hot cocoa powder with water and pour into the bin until have created almost dough fell. Continue to mix with your hands.

3

Add a spoon or two of the peanut butter

4

Keeping mixing the batter by hand making sure that the consistency stays moist. Add more cocoa mix as needed.

Mold the Prison Brownie
5

Use the trash bag and the peanut butter jar lid to create a mold that can will allow you to make a circular shape with the brownie batter.

6

Take your french vanilla creamer and place into the corner of the trash bag. Cut the end of the bag to use a pastry bag.

Yard Hustle Time
7

Add more cocoa mix to the top and then add crushed the Pop Tarts and crushed M&Ms to the top. The more candy you add to the top of the brownie the more value you get can get in the yard.

Prison Brownie Featuring Chef Jason Byrd

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