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Graveyard Brownies

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These fudgy brownies put a whole new meaning on the phrase “death by chocolate.”

Ingredients

  • 1 box (about 18 Oz. Size) Brownie Mix, Prepared According To Instructions
  • Additional Required Ingredients Specified In Mix Package (typically Water, Eggs And Oil)
  • 25 whole Sandwich Cookies
  • ¼ cups Vanilla Frosting, Homemade Or Store-bought
  • ½ cups Chocolate Frosting, Homemade Or Store-bought
  • 20 whole Chocolate Covered Pretzels

Preparation

Prepare brownies according to instructions on the box (you’ll typically need water, eggs, and oil, as directed in mix package). Cool and set aside.

Open each chocolate sandwich cookie, and keep the half without frosting. If you plan on keeping the chocolate cookies with the frosting (and you should), stick 2 of the frosting halves together and you have double stuffed cookies!

While brownies are cooling, crumble 20 cookie halves without frosting into fine pieces. This should equal about 1 cup. Set aside.

Create the graves by taking 10-15 cookie halves (however many graves you’d like) without frosting and use a sharp knife to gently cut the cookies into grave shapes.

After the graves are cut, prepare the vanilla frosting in a piping bag or decorating tool. Decorate graves as you’d like. You can get creative here: “RIP,” drawing a skull, years, etc. The sky’s the limit! Or … the ground?

Once the brownies have cooled, spread an even layer of chocolate frosting across the brownies. Next, sprinkle the cookie crumbles evenly across. Place chocolate pretzels along the perimeter of the brownies to create the graveyard fence. Finally, press the graves into the brownies.

Enjoy and be safe this Halloween!

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