I’m a sucker for seasonal products & packaging. . .
the temptation, scary~
their frightening pull too much to resist!
Especially when Halloween Oreos
come in 5 BOOrific shapes, one a witch :)
I’ve seen Oreo Brownies all over Pinterest.
I found a recipe from Picky Palate~ dipping the Oreos individually in brownie batter and baking them in a muffin tin.
I used Ghirardelli Double Chocolate Brownie Mix~ next time I’d use a brownie mix without chocolate chips for easier dipping and a smoother Oreo Brownie.
Spray your muffin tin, liberally!
My brownies baked in about 15 minutes at 350 degrees~ depending on your oven, check them around 10 – 12 minutes, testing for doneness with a toothpick.
Ghirardelli Brownie Mix is fudgy~ I found it easier to remove the brownies after letting them cool in the pan and then refrigerating the pan 20 minutes.
I used some Wilton Candy Melts
and some sprinkles to dress up
the Oreo Brownies for Halloween~
I sent these to my husband’s office~ they disappeared quickly. . . no great surprise, since they are an Oreo wrapped inside a fudgy brownie layer!
They’re quick & easy for a party,
and festive served in cupcake liners!
There are 30 Oreos in a package, the Ghirardelli mix made enough batter to dip 19 cookies, if you use a family size brownie mix you’ll have enough batter for all 30 Oreos~ or just eat the remaining Oreos by themselves :)
A fun idea for the Winter Edition Oreos with their red creme filling too~ that will no doubt hit the shelves as soon as the Halloween merchandise is gone :)
You can use regular Oreos if you can’t find the Halloween version~ the sprinkles and orange-drizzled candy melt, a cheery costume for your Oreos to wear and for your trick-or-treaters or party goers to enjoy!
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