Sunday, February 6, 2011

A Plate Full of (Brownie) Pigskins!

This is super simple for a Super Bowl Party!

A box of brownie mix - made using the directions for a 'fudgy' brownie. Bake and let cool.

Cut off the edges (about 1/2 inch on each side - that's your pieces to sneak and eat!) Cut the rest into 20 pieces. Taking one piece at a time, form into football shapes and lay on a sheet pan until all of them are formed.

Cover with plastic wrap and let chill in the fridge for 20 minutes or so.

Prepare a sheet pan or flat surface with parchment paper.

Following the directions of your candy melts, melt chocolate candy melts and cover with chocolate. Place on parchment paper to set up.

While cooling, melt white candy melts. Place into piping bag with a small circular tip and pipe on the laces.

And there you go!

Simple, easy and delicious dessert for a last-minute Super Bowl treat! (Or, for any other time during the football season!)


oneordinaryday said...

What a great idea!

Caroline said...

Thanks so much! I love how easy they are to make, and how cute they are! (Oh, and they are delicious, that helps, too!)

Victor said...

Great looking football-shaped brownies. We made ours with rice krispies, we somehow had a hard time to cut ours out in this shape...

Caroline said...

With the brownies, I actually just formed them with my hands, instead of cutting them out. You actually mush the brownie up a little bit to get the shape, but the texture is really nice compared to the chocolate candy melts. It's similar to a cake ball, but without the icing in it.

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