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August 28, 2020 / Posted by:

Pillsbury Microwave Fudge Brownies!

Today, Pillsbury makes a microwavable pile of over-sweetened gooeyness called Heat And Eat, and well, Heat and Eat looks like something that Duff Goldman and his team spent days making compared to Pillsbury Microwave Brownies from the 1980s, which looked like a brick of turds in a pan. And yes, we all ate them up.

In 1988, the greatest pastry artiste in the history of pastry art, Betty Crocker, gifted mouths with MicroRave, which were frosting-topped cakes that were made in microwaves. That same year, the Pillsbury Doughboy challenged Betty Crocker’s MicroRaves by taking a dump in a plastic microwavable dish and calling it brownies. But as this commercial shows, Pillsbury Microwave Brownies were a treasure box of deliciousness for us lazies who don’t want to sprain our muscles from doing the extreme difficult task of stirring brownie ingredients together. With Pillsbury Microwave Brownies, all you had to do was rip off the plastic, throw them into the microwave, and zap them until they were good. Well, as good as microwave brownies can be.

Honestly, I remember these being kind of chewy and if you zapped them too long, they came out like Heat Miser’s dick: burnt and hard. But still, they were gone before their time, because just think of what a gift they would be to lazy stoners today. Actually, scratch that, they’re still too much work to my lazy stoner ass.

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