Everything but the Kitchen Sink Brownies

10-12 servings

Whenever I go to 2nd Ave Deli in New York (which I promise is only 1-2 times per year) my favorite sandwich to order is the “Everything but the Kitchen Sink” piled high, with well, everything: corned beef, tongue, turkey, roast beef, pastrami….the list goes on. The sandwich is SO huge (and tasty) that it literally lasts me days of meat-eating fun. Taking leftovers home is surely part of the fun.

So in anticipation of Hurricane Sandy I found myself inspired by my favorite deli sandwich to make some super-stuffed “everything but the kitchen sink brownies.”

I chose to use a recipe for Momofuku cornflake crunch, where you smash the cornflakes and bake them with flour (or milk powder), butter, sugar and salt. But this is an extra step you don’t need to take – you could actually substitute the cornflakes with any sweet or salty snack such as potato chips, pretzels or the cereal of your choice.

These brownies were rich enough that a little slice was satisfying. That being said, the sweet treats certainly dissappeared very quickly. So enjoy, whether its a little slice or a big one. I won’t judge.

Everything but the Kitchen Sink Brownies

Posted on November 5, 2012

Note: The opinions expressed here are the personal views of the author. All comments on MyJewishLearning are moderated. Any comment that is offensive or inappropriate will be removed. Privacy Policy