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Betty Crocker Halloween-inspired brownies

Serves   10
Prep time: 40 mins
Cooking time: 25-30 mins

Transform your classic Betty Crocker Brownie mix this Halloween into three spooktastic treats that every family can enjoy creating!

Betty Crocker Halloween Inspired Brownies

Ingredients

Method

Ingredients

  • Betty Crocker Brownie Mix
  • 2 extra large eggs
  • 125g butter, melted (if you prefer to bake with oil replace butter for 1/2 cup vegetable oil and 1 tablespoon of water).
  • Betty Crocker Vanilla Frosting
  • Pretzels
  • Strawberry Jam
  • Food colouring
  • Paper straws
  • Jelly Snakes

Method

  1. Bake the Betty Crocker Brownie Mix as per pack instruction, and leave to cool completely.

Decorations:

Pretzel Spiders
  1. Using a ring cutter, cut the brownie into circles.
  2. Break pretzels to create rounded ‘spider legs’ then press four pieces into each side of the circle.
  3. Place some Betty Crocker Vanilla Frosting in a piping or resealable plastic bag, and pipe two dots on the bottom of the circle to create eyes. 
Blood-splattered Mummies
  1. Cut the brownie into rectangles.
  2. Place some Betty Crocker Vanilla Frosting in a piping or resealable plastic bag, and pipe in a zigzag pattern to create a ‘Mummy’ effect. 
  3. Warm a couple of tablespoons of strawberry jam in the microwave, then stir in a few drops of red food colouring. Use a teaspoon to splatter over the brownies. 
  4. Decorate with eyes made with set melted chocolate, then place two on the top third of the mummy.
Brownie Broomsticks
  1. Cut the brownie in half, then cut each half into tall triangles.
  2. Cut red jelly snakes into four pieces lengthwise, and twist around the pointed end to make a band.
  3. Push a paper straw into the top of the triangle to create the broomstick.
  4. Place some Betty Crocker Vanilla Frosting in a piping or resealable plastic bag, then pipe ‘bristles’ onto each triangle.