10/27/13

GhostBusters Halloween Brownies Recipe

Hola Amigos! This is my last Halloween recipe for the season! and how appropriate to end this season of spook with a sweet note to start our week! The first dessert recipe I posted when I started blogging was one for Christmas Brownies, today to close my 1st year of blogging I'm posting another brownie one.
Ghost Busters Halloween Brownies Recipe, Who are you going to call when it comes time to share these delicious and gooey brownie balls? Your friends and family are going to love them and would be "singing" for more! #halloween #halloweentrets #brownies

This particular brownies were supposed to be a dirt cake, but I changed my mind at the last minute and made something a little more practical for the kids and hubs to take to work, so they are little bonbon  like brownies dusted in sugar, to give them that ghostly appearance! BOO!

You will get at least 2 dozen of these tasty ghost busters and they are soft gooey with a hint of saltiness inside! It's hard to have just one.


This is a super easy recipe and in no time  you would be enjoying your own. I like the fact that they are not your usual 'out of the box" brownies! An extra personal touch always makes food taste batter.
Ghost Busters Halloween Brownies Recipe, Named after an all time favorite movie, these old time treats will delight everybody in your family! They will be "calling" for more! #Halloween #halloweentreats #brownies

Thank you for visiting the blog today! I hope you had a fun season with treats, drinks, main dishes and a few tricks as well to bring magic to your home!

Remember my friends, everything tastes better with a Pinch of Love! Have a healthy and productive week!

Besitos,
Lizy

Ghostbusters Halloween Brownies
Ingredients:
1 Bag (10.25 oz) Brownie Mix
1 Cup Instant Oatmeal ( I used Brown Sugar and Maple)
1/2 Stick Butter Melted
3/4 Cup Condensed Milk
1/2 tbsp  Pumpkin Pie Spice
1/4 Cup Salted Peanuts
M&M's or Reeses Pieces
Chocolate Chips
Powder Sugar
Directions:
Heat Oven at 350 degrees,
Grease an 8x8 baking pan. In a separate container mix oatmeal and butter. Add and spread this mix at the bottom of your pan, covering it entirely, Pour condensed milk on top of the oatmeal followed by M&M's and peanuts. Prepare you brownie mix according to instructions and add 1/2 tbsp  of pumpkin pie spice to give it a little seasonal flavor. 
Pour the mix on the prepared pan and top the brownie mix with chocolate chips.
Bake according to instructions , right around 18-20 minutes or until a toothpick comes semi-clean. Remove from oven and let it cool down a little. At this point you could make a dirt cake or take ice cream scoop amounts out and make balls with your hands. Finish them with a touch of powdered sugar if you want. Enjoy!

Prep Time 10 minutes                                Bake Time 18-20                 Serves 24 little balls

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10 comments:

  1. These look and sound delicious. I like that they have the pumpkin spice in there!

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  2. Lizy, these sound awesome and I LOVE the little ghosts on top! What a great idea to use pumpkin pie spice with the chocolate! Thanks for sharing your recipe and pinning! Hope you have a great week and a happy Halloween!

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  3. These are so cute!! and look delicious!!
    Have a great week!! =)

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  4. G'day and how cute Lizbeth, true!
    Love the traditions surrounding Halloween too!
    Cheers! Joanne
    http://www.whatsonthelist.net

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  5. Wow.. these look amazingly delish! We will be making them this weekend. Thanks for sharing and linking up with us on Good Tastes Tuesday.

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  6. Oh YUM, oatmeal and brownies! I love your little ghosties too. Thanks for sharing at Simple Supper Tuesday.

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  7. These look (and sound) great! Thanks for sharing!
    :) Michelle
    www.daydreambelieversdesigns.com

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  8. These brownies look sooo good! And the ghost picks are too cute!

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