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Zombie Apocalypse Blondie

December 06, 2012 By: Denise Leo, Global Brownie Ambassador Category: Alcohol, Blonde Brownie, Creative, Fruit, Fun For Kids, Nut-Free, Super-Simple

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So, the Mayans said it’d all be over in December 2012: “Zombie Apocalypse, for sure,” they warned. Hmm. My suggestion is to print this perfect survivalist recipe and put it in your shelter, in case the apocalypse ever does come in our lifetime. This recipe features canned goods and alcohol, two things you’ll need to have handy in the post-apocalyptic world–whenever it might occur. It’s super moist and lightly fruity. Heck, if you add enough rum extract, it could pass for a very cool, very modern twist on a fruitcake! Look at that texture.

INGREDIENTS

  • 1/2 cup butter or margarine, melted
  • 2 eggs, beaten
  • 1 can sweetened, condensed milk (I used Eagle brand)
  • 2 ounces of rum or 4 tsp rum extract (I used Captain Morgan Spiced Rum)
  • 1 box (about 15-17 ounces) sugar cookie mix (I used Betty Crocker)
  • 1/2 tsp nutmeg, optional
  • 1 can (about 15 ounces) drained fruit cocktail (I used Del Monte)

DIRECTIONS

Siiiimple, simple, simple! First melt the butter and pour it into a large mixing bowl. Add the eggs, milk, and rum (or rum extract) and stir together well.

Drain the fruit cocktail and then mix it in. If you really like maraschino cherries and always keep them on hand (like me), add a few more cherries than are in the fruit cocktail can. It’s just prettier that way.

Add the sugar cookie mix to the large bowl. If you like nutmeg, add it now. Stir just until it’s fully blended.

Pour into a greased 9×13-inch pan.

Bake at 350 F for about 40-45 minutes (give or take, depending on how deep your batter is). I tested mine with a toothpick, waiting for it to come out clean and not wet or shiny. Let cool.

Cut into generous sizes because it takes a lot of energy to fight off zombies. Consider serving with the best vanilla ice cream you can afford–if you can find ice cream in the post-apocalyptic world, that is. Here it is: the Zombie Apocalypse Blondie, almost as delicious as… brains!

4 Comments to “Zombie Apocalypse Blondie”


  1. Elaine Coifman says:

    I have personally tasted this and it is everything a post-apocalypse dessert should be. Rich and satisfying, with just a hint of I-used-the-last-remaining-sweetened-condensed-milk-can-on-the-planet. Needless to say, I DID NOT share this with my kids, as promised. It’s every man for himself, and my 2-year-old already acts like a zombie, so…

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    • Denise Leo, Global Brownie Ambassador says:

      @Elaine – Ha! I can’t blame you for not sharing. My husband pulled back a slightly bloodied stump when he tried to cut one for himself. Glad you liked it, EC.

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  2. Randall Whitted says:

    That looks so delicious, even a zombie would love it! And there’s fruit, so it’s healthy, right?

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