Halloween Tombstone Brownie Recipe



1 package of Windmill Cookies ( I bought Voortman)
1 can chocolate icing or homemade recipe click here
1 package of your favorite brownie mix or click here for homemade recipe
1 container of pumpkin mellow cream candies
coconut tinted green
tube of black writing icing (found in baking section of the supermarket)
 optional  Halloween colored sprinkles or crushed oreo cookie crumbs

Gently break or cut cookies in half. Make brownies by package directions, cool, ice.
Assembly:
 Place cookies on wax paper outline the outter edges with icing and write letters on the tombstones R.I.P., HELP, whatever your ghostly pleasure is.  Apply a little icing to the bottom of the cookie and attach to the back of the brownie, flat side facing out. Cover the back with green coconut or crushed oreos for dirt and grass. Place candy pumpkin off to the side.

Have fun, spiders, skulls, hands..you can really get creative... !

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27 comments:

  1. They're so cute and greedy! Bye, have a great we

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  2. wELL FOR ME THIS WOULD BE REALY TRUE AFTER i HAVE EATEN THIS DELICOUS BROWNIIES INDEED rip:)

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  3. Claudia, you have some of the cutest craft treats. Especially some of those baby shower ones you did a while back!

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  4. Very cute! I just made brownies for my class, so I will have to decorate.

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  5. I love this recipe, my grands are going to love it! Thanks for sharing, you're invited to come for some goodies too! Hugs, FABBY

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  6. This reminds me of your last year halloween treat. Absolutely marvelous. I'm sure this coming halloween going to be fun.
    Blessings,
    Kristy

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  8. These are adorable! And you know - even twenty-something kids love playing on Halloween. Congrats on the Fairy Hobmother visit!

    Claudia - I have been carless and not gone to post office yet. Will get book out today!

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  9. Oh my gosh!!! This has to be the cutest thing EVER!

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  10. Dear Claudia, These brownie look wonderful and festive! You did a great job with them! I hope you and your family have a very happy weekend. Blessings, your friend, Catherine xo

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  11. All I can think about are those little corn kernel candies.


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  12. I am dying for for one of these brownies.

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  13. The brownies look delicious...and FUN!

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  14. Your brownies look so moist I was instantly salivating. What a fun treat for the kids.

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  15. Oh my goodness this is so cute. I love Halloween baked goods. So much fun.

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  16. These are adorable, Claudia!!! Perfect for Halloween...and actually a decorating technique that I could do! Love these~

    Have a great weekend, my friend! xo

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  17. These are too cute Claudia!!! I love the tombstone that says "help" on it, lol!!!

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  18. So cute, and adorable. Love your creativity with these yummy treats!

    Say hello to the fairy hobmother for me, and I wouldn't mind a visit from her. Congratulations!

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  19. I love it! We have a halloween party this weekend and this would be a super idea!

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  20. Those look so fun. We like brownies around here a lot more than cake/cupcakes, so what a good idea.

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  21. Visiting from Drick's tailgating game week.
    How fun and clever! I like the one that says "help."

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