{Recipe} Spooky Brownie Bites

I don’t know if you’re anything like me, but I love tasty and SUPER easy bites to add to a dessert table–or any occasion really.  And, because you asked nicely, we are going to share another recipe from our Halloween table last week.

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Spooky Brownie Bites

Bake a pan of brownies and let cool on a rack. When cool enough to handle, turn upside down and spill onto waxed paper. Cut the hard outer edge of brownies off and discard (if you have the willpower – I ate ours, he he).

With a large round scoop, spoon scoops of brownie out of the soft inside. Use your fingers to shape into a ball while pushing the crustier parts into the center.

After all the brownie is formed into balls, roll them into colored sugar or sprinkles. Store in a sealed container in the fridge. These can be made up to three days in advance, and they are still soft and yummy!

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  1. Wendy Walker Cushing says

    Yum, yum, yum!! At my house it is hard to even get a full pan of brownies after everyone has their fill of the batter that they love to eat! Cute treat Emily!

  2. mangocheeks says

    These are totally wicked and so good as Halloween bites, but I am convinced my bite would mean more than one, two – maybe even three.

  3. Sue (Someone's Mom) says

    Thanks for the info…I wondered what these were. This sounds like something I can handle and they look so pretty!

  4. Christene says

    I love me some simple and delicious goodies that look absolutely fabulous. Can't wait to give these a try. I think I'll be disposing of the crusty edges your way, Emily! :)

  5. Cassie says

    I'm thinking of bringing these to my work Christmas party, except using red sugar instead of orange. Thanks for the idea!

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