We may earn money or products from the companies mentioned in this post.
Sometimes you want a fun treat, but you don’t want all the work. I decided to take a store bought brownie mix and dress up the brownies for Valentine’s Day. I think they turned out cute.
Here are the items you will need:
- Brownie mix (13 x 9 family size)+ the ingredients listed on box.
- Jelly Roll Pan
- Heart Cookie Cutters (2 varying sizes)
- 1 Cup Powered Sugar
- 1 Tablespoon Water
- Food Coloring (if desired)
Follow instructions on the box to make the brownie mix, using all the ingredients listed on box. Next, line a large jelly roll pan with foil and grease. Pour brownie mix onto the jelly roll pan, it will be a very thin layer. Cook at 350 for 10 minutes, let cool entirely
4. Using 2 different size heart cookie cutters, use the large heart to cut cooled brownies into heart shapes. Once all your hearts are cut out, save half of the hearts to use for the top of the brownies. With these hearts you just separated, use the smaller heart cookie cutter in the center of the heart and remove the small heart out of the brownie.
To make the icing, combine the powdered sugar and water. Spread some of the icing on the solid hearts.
Place the hollowed heart shape on top.
Add sprinkles in the center of the heart to finish off your treats. This is a fun and easy way to make Valentine’s treats for the classroom, or just a fun project for your kids and family.
Links in this post are affiliate links that take you to Amazon, where I earn a portion of any sales that are made.
Thirded. I tend to read and not comment. I also feel that blogging can be a bit like writing a personal diary; even if no one reads it, just the act of writing can be cathartic, and it’s good to have a place to express ideas that may not have an outlet elePhwers.elus, there’s the “long tail” thing; unlike published newsletters etc., blog posts can be read and get reponses many months (or years) after the post has been written…