Okay last brownie post for a while. I promise. I actually made these a little while ago. Sometime after I discovered how delicious Baked Brownies were and before I discovered the Sweet and Salty Baked Brownies.

It occurred to me that while I’ve done a lot of “stuffed” dessert recipes (as a result of the craze for stuffing desserts which was first thought up by the ingenious Picky Palate), I haven’t ever just done a brownie stuffed with oreos. So I made these. And they were good. Until I discovered the Sweet and Salty brownies, which pretty much ruined most brownie recipes for me.

Sultan has been on my to-do list ever since I read several delicious posts on mmm-yoso. Unfortunately, some of my family members aren’t quite as adventurous when exploring other ethnic cuisines.

This past weekend, the siblings were off on a trip to Sin City, so FH and I took the opportunity to check out Sultan, a Turkish restaurant specializing in Kebabs and Baklava. We invited along our friend Steve, who is always up for trying anything.

I love sponge cakes and I love easy recipes. So when I saw a three ingredient sponge cake, I immediately was intrigued.


The recipe is easy to put together and it only takes a few minutes to bake. I thought it was too good to be true, but the out come was a simple, soft, spongy cake. It isn’t overly sweet, which is how I prefer my sponge cakes.