Super Spooky Halloween Brownies
Halloween is creeping up on us like a pesky Itsy-Bitsy spider, and I have to say, I’m sooo excited, I can hardly wait! It’s my favorite holiday of the year, next to Christmas of course, because who doesn’t love presents, right?
But Halloween, that’s when people give us free candy, I get to dress up as Disney princess for the 11th time, and I get to come up with some delicious treats that I can enjoy with my friends and my mom. If you’re into all-things spooky, then these Marshmallow Halloween Brownies will certainly give you the goosebumps.
Ghost brownies are a lot of fun to make and are super fun at a Halloween party, or maybe even a pre-Halloween party. Who says you can only party once?
Best of all, with these super fun recipes that are so easy to make, you’ll be able to help around the house and choose the meals you want for your party. You might even pull this one all on your own. Well, mom will probably be there to supervise, but they’re so easy to make, it’s faster than picking up some pastries at the bakery next door.
Any kid can do it, and best of all, you can decorate your own ghost brownies to totally spook your guests.
- Black Frosting
- Ghiradelli White Chocolate Chips
After gathering all of the ingredients, you will first open up the brownie packages and break each brownie into two.
Lay the brownies onto wax or parchment paper.
Place a marshmallow on top of each brownie.
Melt white chocolate chips on the stovetop over low to medium heat. Keep stirring chips until they have completely melted and are smooth.
Use a spoon and carefully coat the marshmallow with white chocolate. Allow the chocolate to dribble over the edge of the brownie.
Allow chocolate to dry completely.
Open the black frosting and add eyes and a mouth to each ghost.
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