Fall is the best time to make brownies. By adding any number of mix-ins, you can make your basic brownie recipe a delicious Halloween brownie loaded with fun flavors including pumpkin, marshmallows, and caramel. Brownies are a great option for Halloween potlucks, school goodie bags, and office treats. A lot of these brownie recipe have Halloween themes, but you can still make them year around and just call them by a different name. Grab a glass of milk and enjoy!
TIP: Let fresh-baked brownies chill, uncovered, overnight. For a perfect slice, cut while they're cold. Serve at room temperature.
Ghosts in the MudThese cookies are so ooey-gooey and chocolaty that a gang of ghosts couldn't resist and got stuck!
Good Wholesome Brownies.
Candy BrowniesThese brownies literally get better with every item you toss on them. Pretzels? Sure! Leftover candy? Of course! Nuts? Why not?
Spicy Caramel BrowniesThese fudgy brownies have a thick, rich swirl of dulce de leche and a kick from ground red pepper. If you prefer a milder version, omit or reduce the pepper. Allow egg whites to stand at room temperature 15 minutes to take the chill off before using.
TowniesTownies are all the things you love about brownies, except they're baked in a tart shell to create a fun, sweet-and-salty treat.
Caramel-Pecan BrowniesSweet and irrisistable, these Caramel-Pecan Brownies are absolutely drool-worthy. Serve them at your next party and they'll become an instant favorite.
Mississippi Mud BrowniesThese Mississippi Mud Brownies are rich, chocolaty, and drizzled in peanut butter! What more could you want in a brownie?
Salted Caramel BrowniesThis luscious layered brownie made with dark chocolate beautifully combines salty and sweet.