Melted Witch Brownies

Celebrate Halloween with melted witch brownies! They are so cute, simple to put together and would be a hit at any party! I have been melting a lot of witches lately :)

What can I say? They are tasty. Just be sure to watch out for the witch’s hair or broom, you never know if they could turn up inside these cute melted witch brownies or these fun melted witch pudding parfaits!

Celebrate Halloween with melted witch brownies! They are so cute, simple to put together and would be a hit at any party! These melted witch brownies are meant to be a super fun AND quick halloween treat. I don’t want to spend hours in the kitchen crafting cute halloween treats that are going to be gobbled up in seconds, and I bet you don’t either!

So what’s the easiest way to make these brownies? By using a box of brownie mix! Gasp! Even food bloggers use box mixes. But if you have a favorite homemade brownie recipe, go ahead and use it.

Celebrate Halloween with melted witch brownies! They are so cute, simple to put together and would be a hit at any party! To make these adorable melted witch brownies you will need a box of brownie mix, large marshmallows, vanilla candiquik, green and yellow food coloring.

Celebrate Halloween with melted witch brownies! They are so cute, simple to put together and would be a hit at any party! 1. Cut cooled brownies into squares. 2. Place a large marshmallow on each brownie and warm slightly in the microwave so it kind of has a melty effect.

Celebrate Halloween with melted witch brownies! They are so cute, simple to put together and would be a hit at any party! 3. Spoon green white chocolate over the marshmallow. 4. Allow the chocolate to cover the sides, or use a spoon to make sure the chocolate covers the marshmallow.

Melted Witch Brownies

Yield: 16-20 brownies

Total Time: 30 minutes

Ingredients:

  • 1 box of brownie mix or your favorite homemade recipe
  • large marshmallows
  • vanilla candiquik (3 or 4 squares)
  • green and yellow food coloring
  • Paper straws and black paper to make the witch legs

Directions:

  1. Prepare the brownies as directed on the box, bake in a 9x13 inch pan lined with parchment paper and sprayed with cooking spray.
  2. After the brownies are done baking and cooled, remove them from the pan using the parchment paper and cut them into even squares.
  3. Top each brownie with a marshmallow, you’ll want to warm the marshmallows to give them more of a melty look. You can warm the marshmallows and brownies in the microwave, a few at a time, or you could warm the marshmallows and brownies in the oven. However, I think it is easier to work in smaller batches, rather than heating all of the brownies and marshmallow at one time.
  4. After you heat the marshmallows on top of the brownies use a spoon sprayed with a small amount of cooking spray to smash the marshmallow down.
  5. Melt the vanilla candiquik as directed on the package and add some green and yellow food coloring until you get your desired color of green.
  6. Spoon some green chocolate on top of each marshmallow, letting it drip down the sides or using the spoon to help it go down the sides.
  7. Place 2 witch legs in each marshmallow before the chocolate sets.
  8. Place in the refrigerator to set completely.
  9. Enjoy when ready!
Celebrate Halloween with melted witch brownies! They are so cute, simple to put together and would be a hit at any party! To make the witch legs will you need paper straws and black paper. Cut the paper straws, making your witch legs your desired length – mine were 2.5-3 inches long. On one end of your paper straw, use a knife to make two small slits across from each other, this is where will you put the shoe. Repeat this process until all the legs are assembled.

These melted witch brownies would be a perfect addition to any halloween party, you could also serve them along side our BOO pudding parfaits. And if you need some costume ideas for a halloween party, let’s take a little trip down memory lane..

The-First-Year-Halloween-3Me as a firefighter, my with sister and brother, awww.

The-First-Year-Halloween-1A pair of cupids!

The-First-Year-Halloween-2And our favorite costume – a crocodile and the crocodile hunter!

We’ve also been bacon and eggs and a pair of nerdy chemists!

Celebrate Halloween with melted witch brownies! They are so cute, simple to put together and would be a hit at any party! Let me know if you find the witch’s broom :)

More Halloween treats & recipes!

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46 comments

  1. I am dying over how cute these are Beth!! What a creative and fun idea – you’ve had so many for Halloween and they’ve all been just amazing!! Pinned :)

  2. Those brownies are literally the cutest thing I’ve ever seen – love it! Also, love your firefighter costume! When I was a kid, I was Dumbo (yep), Tinkerbell, Snow White, and then a witch five years in a row until I outgrew trick-or-treating ;p

    • I love that you were a witch 5 years in a row. Pretty sure I was an 80s girl a few too many times!

  3. This whole witch melting needs to stop… I mean it has to be illegal somewhere, right? ;-) But these are SO cute, I don’t really want you to stop! :-)

  4. Oh my gosh you are to cute with all these festive treats! Love these!

  5. These are the cutest Halloween brownies ever! Love the costume pics too!!

  6. These brownies are fantastic! Your costumes are adorable but you can tell you husband they were a little bit scary.

  7. Holy moly! These are such a cute and creative Halloween idea!

    PS. LOVE your firefighter costume! As a second child, I was always thrown into my brother’s leftover costumes from years before. We both definitely had our time as a mouse and Santa Clause.

  8. Those are so much fun and I love the costume pictures!

  9. How cute are these cupcakes? And you on Halloween’s past! :)

  10. You are seriously so cute. Can you come decorate our house and party for a Halloween party?! Or heck you are probably good at decorating for all things!!

    • Yes! That’s have a combo halloween party! I am sure there will be lots of good food between the 2 of us!

  11. Totally, totally, totally, totally LOVE these!

  12. These are adorable!! I love how easy they are too!

  13. These are totally adorable and SO EASY! Never would have thought to use a marshmallow :D Love the crocodile hunter costumes :D A few years ago I was a crazy coupon lady :D I pretty much stapled coupons to a dress and called it a night!

  14. OMG, these are adorable!!

  15. What a cute, creative idea! Love the Halloween costumes!

  16. these brownies are so funny and cute, love the idea! Also, I have the same marble board :)

  17. These are too stinkin’ cute!! As are your halloween costumes!

  18. Hi Beth! I LOVE these. What an adorable idea. Pinning it! Thank you for sharing. I also like your pictures, they’re great. Have a happy Friday! :D

  19. Sounds like everybody loves the brownies, your old photo and their OWN flash back to memory lane!
    Love ya,
    Mom

  20. Those are absolutely adorable Beth!! My son had that same firefighter costume, and his baby sister was a dalmatian, lol

  21. These are so cute, what a fun idea!!! :D

  22. Those are adorable! My kids would love those. How fun!

  23. These are absolutely adorable! Pinning and sharing! Thanks so much for sharing them with us at Foodie Fridays! I hope you will be joining us again tonight! :)

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