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Halloween Themed Brownie Bites

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All the decorated brownie bites.

All the decorated brownie bites.

Kaylea Herrman

Kaylea Herrman

All the decorated brownie bites.

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When baking something for the holidays, you want it to be festive and easy to make.  There are already so many things to prepare and you want to have something that will be quick but still delicious in order to save time.  

This Halloween, we made brownie balls to see if they are as simple to make as the internet makes them out to be.  We made eyeball, tomb stone, and dirt and worm decorated brownie balls for a well rounded Halloween snack. Starting out, we watched an online tutorial on how to make these spooky snacks. Taking a trip to the nearest grocery store, we got the ingredients needed to prepare them.

That included, two boxes of brownie mix, two bags of white chocolate chips, two bags of milk chocolate chips, graham crackers, gummy worms, skittles, chocolate sprinkles, toothpicks, ziploc bags, chopsticks, candy eyeballs, and coconut oil. After baking the brownies we rolled them into small balls.

After rolling the brownies, we melted the chocolate in a bowl with coconut oil in 15 second intervals. We then dipped the brownie balls into the chocolate with a fork then let them cool for 15 minutes.  After the brownie bites have dried, we decorated them according to the video. For the white chocolate dipped brownie bites, we pressed a skittle and put it on the brownie bite topping it off with an eyeball candy.  For the milk chocolate dipped brownie bites, we made a small indention with a toothpick and put half of a gummy worm in the center and added chocolate sprinkles. On the other milk chocolate ones we cut a graham cracker into fourths, and wrote RIP using chocolate.  After that we made a small indention into the brownie bite and placed the graham cracker, we then topped it off with chocolate sprinkles.

This process took us about two hours with some helping hands.  Overall, making the bites wasn’t as easy as it looked. However, making these Halloween treats was a very fun experience and not too difficult to do.  If you’re looking for something fun to make on Halloween, this would be the perfect treat to make!

 

Kaylea Herrman
All the materials needed for the recipe.

Kaylea Herrman
All the decorated brownie bites.

Kaylea Herrman
Students microwaving milk chocolate.

Maleiah Ewert
Brownie Bites Halloween themed decorated.

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Maleiah Ewert, Staff Writer

I love writing about controversial topics and taking pictures. I want to become an author and journalist someday and write poetry and science fiction books. ...

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I love photography and taking photos of nature as well as writing about current issues.  I am on the MHS Swim Team and I enjoy drawing and hanging out...

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