Snowman S’more Brownie bites
Updated: Oct 1, 2020
What better way to celebrate the holidays than with a cute and festive dessert?
Took a poll on my Instagram and a recipe for Brownies won by a landslide. These Snowman S’more Brownies are made in a mini muffin pan for bite-sized cuteness, but feel free to adapt the recipe to a larger baking dish. This recipe consists of 3 parts, the toasted cookie base, dark chocolate brownie and marshmallow topping - mimicking the American S’more. It may take a little more time than usual, but the taste and aesthetic are well worth the extra effort.
40g Crushed Digestive biscuits
1tbs White Sugar
25g Melted salted butter
55g Melted Salted butter
50g Brown Sugar 1 Egg
1tsp Coffee granules
1tsp Vanilla Extract
50g Melted Dark chocolate (mine has hazelnuts)
127 Plain flour
30g Cocoa powder
White jumbo Marshmallows
Mix crushed digestive biscuits, sugar and melted salted butter together until the texture of wet sand. Spoon 1tsp of crumbs in the base of a mini muffin pan and bake at 170 degrees celcius for 8 minutes (or until fragrant, you’ll be able to smell it!)
Whisk melted salted butter, brown sugar and egg together. Add coffee granules and vanilla extract for flavour. Fold in melted dark chocolate, plain flour and cocoa powder. Add whatever mix in’s you enjoy - you are the boss of your brownie.
Spoon 1tsp brownie batter onto the already toasted cookie base. Do not overfill. Bake at 170 degrees celcius for 10 minutes.
Slice a jumbo marshmallow in half. While the brownie is still hot, place the marshmallow sticky side down on to the brownie. Toast slightly in the oven at 170 degrees celcius for 1-2 minutes before removing, you don’t want to over melt it.
Using chocolate pens (I got mine from Redman), dot on your Snowman’s eyes and smile. Place a red sprinkle slightly off center for a Rudolph-esque nose.
These adorable treats will serve well at any Christmas party, and are sure to be popular amongst the chocolate lovers in children and adults alike. Happy Holiday baking friends.