9/27/13

Pumpkin Brownies Halloween Recipe

Pumpkin Brownies Halloween Recipe, the possibilities are endless when it comes to these delicious brownies when you only need 2 ingredients! Try and Tasted good old fashioned recipe and goodness!
Hola Amigos! If you follow me on FB you know I got a little help from my friends to get me through what I call a seasonal blogger dilemma. For a while I was seriously considering going into hibernation, closing shop, sort of speak through the Fall and then wake up and join the living on Winter time..odd I know, but here is why:  I couldn't figure out what to blog about because we all know this is Pumpkin Season and I Hate Pumpkins, with Passion!!!

Pumpkins, Squash, Gourds, Sweet Potatoes, Yams...you name it! If it's orange and it's not a carrot I don't like it!. Believe me, I've tried, very hard, but a single bite won't go down my throat.
I don't cook them, I don't know how to cook them and never been interested in them until this Fall, when the entire bloggy community is going head over hills over pumpkins and since now I'm blogging...well what to do!

I got a lot of good suggestions. This was among them, recipe and all courtesy of Paula D. Wilson, one of my FB readers. She promised me I would not be able to taste the pumpkin in these brownies and I thought.....what do I have to lose!

Well, Shut The Front Door!!!! They are amazing! and No Pumpkin Flavor!!! To the point that my little one who can't stand pumpkins either ate the first one and then I was just waiting for the other shoe to drop, but nothing...he loved them!
Pumpkin Brownies Halloween Recipe, It  doesn't get any better than this! Two ingredients and tons of flavor! A good old fashioned recipe tried and tested for success every time!

They are soft, fudgy and so chocolaty! I followed the recipe to the T...well there are only 2 ingredients as you probably know. Just added some chocolate chips and M&M's as I do with all my brownies! Oh My!!!
Just grab the milk and keep them coming!
Pumpkin Brownies Halloween Recipe, Life it's sweeter when all this goodness requires only 2 ingredients. A good old fashioned recipe well tried and tested with 100% approval by chocaholics!

Decorate them with seasonal candy, more fudge, caramel, peanuts or marshmallows!!! They are good!

I want to thank Paula for her help and for sharing her recipe with me and let me try some pumpkin without really tasting it!!! how great is that?

Thank you for visiting the blog today! Every Thursday on FB I'm having a Thankful Thursday as a way of thanking my readers and fellow bloggers for their support. If you are a small blog, you are just starting as a blogger, you are an artist, you are a reader with a great recipe, Comment on this post leaving me a link to your blog,  contact me and send me your recipe and I will try it and post it here on my blog giving you the credit you deserve. You don't need to be a blogger to do this, just email me or PM me on FB or G+.

Have a great day and keep in mind friends...everything tastes better with a Pinch of Love and a little help from your friends!

 Besitos,
Lizy

Pumpkin Brownies
Ingredients:
1 Box Brownies (18 -20oz) I used Ghirardelli's Ultimate Brownie Mix
1 can (15 oz) Pumpkin Puree
M&M's candy (optional)
Chocolate Chips (optional)
Seasonal Candy (optional)
Directions:
Mix together Brownie Mix (no eggs, no oil, no water) Just the powder with the Pumpkin Puree. It's going to be a thick mix. Pour it into a 13x9 baking dish and bake for 18-24 minutes at 350F or until a toothpick in the middle comes out clean.
Let it cool, cut in squares and decorate the brownies any way you like it. Enjoy!

Prep Time: 3 minutes                                                                  Baking Time 18-24 Minutes                          

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23 comments:

  1. These sound delicious! =)
    Enjoyed reading your post!

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  2. Wow, Lizbeth....as I was scrolling through these decadent photos, a chocolate craving was coming on. They look amazing!!!
    Blessings,
    Sinea
    Ducks ‘n a Row

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  3. yup, I am right there with you about chocolate. Glad I saw your post. I am just popping over from the "Its Fall Y'all" Link party. Have a good day.I'd love for you to drop over and visit me sometime. Deb @ Kneaded Creations

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  4. I had to laugh reading your post, since my husband can't stand pumpkin either :) You aren't alone! Your brownies look yummy!

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  5. Does it get redundant when I say I love these things you post??? Again, this is such a keeper!!!

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  6. Those look delicious! Thanks for joining the #LOBS!

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  7. Oh, this is just too delicious - absolutely love your photos!

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    1. Thank You Helle! It surprising to me how good they come when I have to take them in such a hurry because everybody just wants to eat the goodies, LOL

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  8. This sounds so delish! My kind of brownies! I gotta try these!

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  9. Oh man, these sound amazing! And a perfect way to disguise pumpkin (though I am a pumpkin lover so I never need to worry about that). Fall is the perfect time for an outpouring of apple recipes, too :)

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    1. That;s right Amy! I think this is the only way I will have my pumpkins and just have fun with apples! Thanks for your visit and kind comment!

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  10. Thanks for sharing all your yummy & Halloween recipes this past week Lizzy at the party! Love them & this sounds so amazingly good! @DearCreatives Hope to see you again soon! Theresa

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  11. These look so delicious "uno mas que el otro JA!" Thanks so much for sharing this with me at Bewitch Me & Titi! Hope to have you back with more amazing shares! Hope you are having a marvellous weekend!!!

    XOXO
    Cami @ TitiCrafty.com

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  12. Hi Lizbeth. Thanks so much for linking up this incredibly delicious Pumpkin Brownie recipe (and your other yummy ones) to my Sweet Wednesday Link Party, I appreciate it! ;)

    Have a Sweet Day!
    Heather
    MySweetMission.net

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  13. I'm not a big fan of the pumpkin flavor either, unless it's very light. I have never heard of pumpkin brownies, but gosh those look amazing!

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  14. Oh, these look SO good! I love the other ingredients you add into the brownies! Pumpkin is normally such a strong flavor that I'm surprised you can't taste it in the brownie, but that is awesome! Now y'all are eating pumpkin without tasting it. ;) Welcome to the rest of the bloggy world. lol. Thanks for sharing!

    I’d love it if you linked this up over at Living Well Spending Less for Thrifty Thursday this week! http://www.livingwellspendingless.com/category/thrifty-thursday/

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  15. I am dying over how fudgey those brownies look!!! And I love all the fun toppings you did :-)

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  16. Oh my gosh, those look divine!!! I featured this on my blog today! I'm just stopping by to pin it and say thanks again for sharing! You can check it out here, and grab a Featured button if you don't already have one: http://practicallyfunctional.com/20-halloween-crafts-recipes/

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  17. Lizy, of course, I have a weakness for chocolate and the Ghirardelli brownies are my favorite. And anything pumpkin gets my stamp of approval. I know I have both of these things in my cupboard, and I am for sure going to whip up a batch of these.

    So, I have figured out what is going on with e-mail notifications of your posts. I am getting one e-mail a week with an entire week's worth of posts attached. At least I am getting them.

    I am so sorry we went away while you were going through rough times. I would have liked to be around to offer support. I'm glad so many other friends were there for you.

    With love and hugs, Janet

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  18. Can you come to my house and make this for me?!? This looks seriously amazing! Thank you for sharing at All Things Pretty!

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