Demonstrative Brownie Speech
Specific Purpose: To teach the class how to make brownies
Stressed spelled backwards spells desserts, coincidence? I think not. Author of this quote is unknown. I have to fully agree with this statement because when I’m stressed or having a bad day, I just love to come to my kitchen and bake something. One of my favorite things to bake is a brownie.
Thesis: (So) Today I will show you that anybody can make their own brownies that is fresh as can be.
Audience motivation: For many people that feel that they're unskilled in cooking, but love the taste of a homemade treat, making brownies is the answer. Within 35 minutes the smell of fresh-baked brownies will be making your mouth water.
Preview: I will be talking about the necessary ingredients, the actual process, and a few tips.
Body I. You will need some ingredients, tools, and materials. A. You need a box of Ghiradelli brownie mix, medium bowl, whisk, measuring cup, and Pam oil cooking spray. B. You will need an egg, 1/4 cup water, and 1/3 cup vegetable oil.
II. Before you begin, you’ll need to prep. A. Preheat standard oven to 325 degrees. B. Prepare 8x8 baking pan by lightly spraying with Pam non-stick cooking spray.
III. I will now show you the process for making the brownies. A. Stir mixture, water, oil, and egg in medium bowl until moistened (about 40 strokes). B. Spoon batter into prepared pan and spread evenly. C. Bake for 39-43 minutes.
IV. Here are some helpful tips. A. Do not over bake. B. Fresh baked brownies appear under baked but cool to doneness. C. Cool completely in pan before cutting. D. Store in a tightly covered container.
Summary: Today I showed you: The ingredients needed to make brownies, the process, and gave you a few tips on how to keep your brownies fresh.
Relate topic to audience: Homemade brownies are fresh, easy, and perfect for family gatherings
Closing: So now