Graveyard Brownie Bites
    Servings Prep Time
    36mini brownies 60-80minutes
    Cook Time Passive Time
    12minutes 60minutes
    Servings Prep Time
    36mini brownies 60-80minutes
    Cook Time Passive Time
    12minutes 60minutes
    1. Preheat oven to 350°F.
    2. Prep 36 non-stick mini muffin tin cups by either spraying generously with non-stick spray or greasing and flouring. See note.
    3. Chop the semi-sweet chocolate and measure out 4 ounces. In a large bowl combine the 4 ounces of chocolate with the butter and microwave at 30-second intervals until melted, stirring often.
    4. Whisk in the sugar, eggs, and vanilla until fully combined.
    5. Sift in the flour, cocoa, baking powder, and salt directly into the bowl. Whisk to combine just until the dry ingredients are incorporated.
    6. Scoop the batter into prepared mini muffin cups using a level 2 tbsp scoop.
    7. Bake on the centre rack for 12 minutes. Remove to a cooling rack and allow to cool completely in the pan.
    8. Meanwhile, prepare the tombstones but slicing each cookie wafer into thirds, tapering the bottom slightly inward toward the center piece to create a tombstone shape. Reserve the side pieces that have been cut off.
    9. Crush reserved cookie wafers that have been cut off the sides to a fine crumb that resembles dirt and set aside.
    10. Dust each tombstone piece with a small amount of powdered sugar by rubbing the sugar lightly onto the cookie wafer.
    11. Melt the remaining 3 ounces of chopped chocolate in a small bowl in the microwave using 30 second intervals and stirring often until melted.
    12. Remove brownie bites from the pan and spread the tops with a small teaspoon of melted chocolate. Immediately sprinkle with crumbled cookie wafers and press lightly to adhere.
    13. Push a tombstone wafer into each brownie bite, cutting a small slit in the brownie if needed to push in far enough to hold in place.
    14. Decorate with candy bones, spiders, or worms as desired. Drizzle with red decorating gel to mimic blood. Serve and enjoy!
    Recipe Notes

    – I have used both pan preparation methods with similar results.  The key is to allow the brownie bites to cool completely in the pan before trying to remove them.  Loosen the tops from the pan with a sharp knife if necessary. Twist the brownie lightly to loosen and the brownie should pop out.

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