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Creepy Brownie Bites

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Creepy Brownie Bites
  • Prep Time 30 min
  • Total Time 60 min
  • Servings 24
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Creepy Brownie Bites

Throwing a spooky soiree? Then you're going to want to put together a batch of these freaky brownie bites!


box Betty Crocker™ brownie mix, baked according to package directions in a mini muffin tin (to make 24 brownies total)
large marshmallows
bottle purple food spray
bottle green food spray
black edible marker
cup chocolate chips, melted
tablespoons chocolate sprinkles
cup Betty Crocker™ Rich & Creamy chocolate frosting


  • 1 Bake the brownies in mini muffin tins that have been generously greased and floured according to package directions. Allow to cool completely before removing from the tin.
  • 2 Spread a piece of parchment in your work area. Spray 8 of the marshmallows with the purple food spray. Spray 8 with green food spray. Leave 8 of them white.
  • 3 Dip the top of the purple marshmallows in the melted chocolate. Dip the top of the green marshmallows into the chocolate, then into the chocolate sprinkles. Allow the chocolate to cool and harden.
  • 4 Use the marker to draw faces on each of your marshmallows.
  • 5 Place a dollop of frosting on top of each brownie. Press a marshmallow on top of the frosting. Serve and enjoy!
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Creepy Brownie Bites

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Get ready to wow all those little spooks that will be trolling the neighborhood!

Your little ghosts and goblins are going to love these freaky little Creepy Brownie Bites that are chock full of Halloween fun.

Halloween Recipe for Creepy Brownie Bites

Making these Halloween marshmallow brownie bites isn't difficult at all, but they do require some special tools, so plan on making a quick trip to the grocery store for the ingredients and the craft store for embellishments.

The first trick to making these fun little treats is to grab bottles of green and purple food spray. You should be able to find them in the cake decorating section of a craft store. All you've got to do is spray large marshmallows with a light coating of either spray to make them ghastly colors.

Spraying Food Coloring on Marshmallows for Halloween Treats

Make some of your marshmallows green, some purple, and leave some of them plain white.

Using Food Color Spray on Marshmallows

The next little trick you need in your kitchen is an edible marker. Use it to draw some funky faces on your marshmallows.

Drawing Faces on Brownie Bites Halloween Treats

I thought the green marshmallows were begging for a squiggly Frankenstein smile, the purple needed a sly vampiric grin, and a stitched up smirk looked about right for those white marshmallows, which were about to turn into skeletons.

Drawing Faces on Marshmallows for Brownie Bites Halloween Treats

Dot on two eyes, dip the tops of your purple and green marshmallows in melted chocolate (and chocolate sprinkles for those green marshmallows! Frankenstein needs some freaky hair, y'all!) then place a dollop of chocolate frosting on top of some Betty Crocker brownies baked in a mini muffin tin.

Brownie Bites Halloween Treats

Gently press the marshmallows onto the brownie bites. Then sharpen your teeth, because … it's going to be love at first bite!

More Halloween Treats to Make

Don't let the season pass by without making all the creepy and fun Halloween treats you can! Here are a few faves:

For more yummy Halloween fun, check out our collection of Easy Halloween Recipes, too!

Brooke blogs at CheekyKitchen.com where she shares fun family recipes. She joined Tablespoon to share some of her best, so keep an eye on Brooke’s profile to see what she cooks up next!

What's your favorite Halloween treat to make this time of year?

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