If I can make anything bit sized or the size of a muffin cup or so I will. There is just something about a dessert served in a mini form that just makes it a hundred times cuter than if it were made in a big pan! Take a look at these brownie cups that are individually sized so no cutting is involved when it’s time to eat the goodness! Here’s the recipe for brownie cups / bites, and of course you can adapt it to any season but we gave ours an Easter twist.
If you follow my blog at all you know I don’t do a lot from scratch when it comes to baking….I’m all about easy!! It’s all about the presentation when it comes to food and especially when it comes to desserts! So first you are going to start with a box of your favorite brownie mix, then we will go from there. The grass is actually colored coconut and there is a marshmallow filling inside these bit sized brownie bites, so that makes this dessert really fun.
You will need the following items:
- Cake pop pan (aff. link)
- Wilton candy melts (aff. link)
- 1 bag marshmallows
- 1 box brownie mix
- Yellow and green food coloring (your choice0
Once you have your batter you will fill each cake pop halfway with brownie mixture & insert 1 marshmallow in center. Continue to pour more brownie mixture over the marshmallow and top each ball off. Bake for approximately 18 minutes. Remove from heat and let cool for 1 hour.
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