A Creative Way To Use Your Leftover Halloween Candy

Monster Brownies Using Halloween Candy

This post was sponsored by GIR Get It Right

Halloween is here and we all know there will be leftover candy for days, if not weeks. Here is your solution: make your favorite chocolate brownie recipe, homemade or from a box, and bring life to all those leftovers. By adding in some candy eyes, you have the cutest Monster Brownies that your friends, family and co-workers will enjoy.

I whipped up a batch of my favorite chocolate brownies with the help of the new Get It Right whisk. The whisk actually has 12 metal wires components compared to the standard 10.  Why does that matter, well the folks over at GIR figured out that the more wire components the faster the whisk, so I was able to vigorously mix my batter without using my hand mixer. That saved me time by decreasing the amount of cleaning and dragging out additional equipment.  Learn even more about this whisk at GIR Tongs & Whisks Kickstarter Page

Your kitchen helper will love using their creativity with this recipe.  They can transform the flavor of each brownie square when using different types of halloween candy. Some candy may include peanut butter, a crunch factor, white chocolate, mint flavor etc. Transforming the brownies to look like a monster is another level of creativity, with the use of the eyes, color and shape of the candy the brownies turn into their own unique masterpiece. Get that leftover candy ready, your brownies are about be overhauled.

Monster Brownies Using Halloween Candy
Monster Brownies Using Halloween Candy

Monster Brownies Using Halloween Candy
Monster Brownies Using Halloween Candy
Products Used:

8×8 Pan
Candy Eyes
(There are so many fun candy eye options from small, medium and large, so different colors and expressions)
GIR Mini Spatula in Red
GIR White Baking Mat
GIR White Trivet (for under the hot pan while placing candy)

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