Mini Brownie Treats Recipe
- 1 package fudge brownie mix (13-inch x 9-inch pan size)
- 48 striped or milk chocolate kisses
- 1. Prepare brownie mix according to package directions for fudge-like brownies. Fill paper-lined miniature muffin cups two-thirds full.
- 2. Bake at 350° for 18-21 minutes or until a toothpick inserted near the center comes out clean.
- 3. Immediately top each with a chocolate kiss. Cool for 10 minutes before removing from pans to wire racks to cool completely. Yield: 4 dozen.
Reviews for Mini Brownie Treats
"If you wait 10 min. then take out of the pan and top with a kiss ,they will not melt ."
"I made these for Valentine's Day using Enjoy Life chocolate chunks topped with pink sprinkles. They were very cute!"
"Delicious! I used Ghirardelli ultimate fudge brownie mix with mini chips. It comes with a fudge topping package. I topped mine with Rolos. The Rolos were a big hit. I bake them in an unlined mini muffin pan. When they were cooled, I drizzled the fudge topping over them and then transfer to a paper liner. They are much more attractive that way."
"What would happen if I used a regular muffin pan and not a mini pan? Wouldn't the serving change to twenty four? Yeah I rather used mini pans??"
"I made these fir the first time. I have my own basic recipe for preparing a brownie mix: 2 eggs, 1/4 cup Hershey syrup, 1 packet cappuccino powder, 1 package (3.4-oz.) package instant chocolate pudding mix, 1/3 cup each cold water and vegetable oil, 1 Tbsp. vanilla extract, the brownie mix for 13x9x2" pan size. I cut up enough Hershey chocolate bars in pieces (miniature dark chocolate and milk chocolate plus one regular-size Hershey chocolate bar with almonds) to make 1 cup and added 1/8 cup all-purpose flour. I used 24 miniature muffin pans and 16 regular-size muffin cups for these treats. I used paper liners for all the muffin cups and immediately topped each of the brownie cupcakes with a kiss-I used cherry cordial, peanut butter and Hug kisses. I baked the treats 20 minutes even for the miniature treats and 25 minutes for the regular-size treats! This is a really great recipe!delowenstein"
"Delicious and easy to make...."
"I made these today. They taste great and were easy to make. I followed what rbyb recommended and baked the brownies in the mini-muffin pan, let them cool, put them in the papers, then topped them with the kisses. It worked wonderfully, the papers did not stick to the brownies, and the kisses did not melt. Also, I recommend filling the muffin cups at most 2/3 full and maybe a little bit less. That way, the brownies are not so big around the kiss. I like the brownie to be just a bit bigger than the kiss; that way, they can pop right in your mouth."
"Very easy to make, everyone loves them. I will probably make them this way for now on."
"Very pretty and easy to make. Be sure to allow them to cool a minute or two before topping with the kisses."
"The method that worked best for me was as chascocountry stated . After removing from pans, then I put them in pretty polka dot paper and lastly put the kiss on top. The extra minute or two removing from pans & putting in papers let them cool just enough that when I put the kiss on top it didn't melt. I found that when baking them in the paper, they were messy to open & fell apart. Baking in pan & adding papers after yielded a much more professional result.Thanks to Pam for a quick, pretty treat."
"Have made these eye appealing treats many times. Wonderful cookie tray addition when using peppermint swirl, cherry cordial, or carmel filled Kisses. Just the right size for a cookie tray assorrtment. Plus, makes a large quantity. I agree, use a small cookie scoop for easy and quick scooping!"
"I made these for a treat at work for Valentines Day & they were a hit."
"I make this recipe often for family and church. I use the dark chocolate, milk chocolate and peanut butter and striped kisses...they are all great! I just spray the mini pans and put the batter right in without the paper liners....everyone loves them! I think mint would be good too if they had that flavor...."
"I was looking for something different to make for kids' class Valentine's parties. I used the Hersheys' Hugs that are shown in the picture, the problem is if you immediately put them on the brownies while they're still warm, they melt into a puddle. For whatever reason, the chocolate kisses don't do that, but the white chocolate ones do. The next batch I'll let them cool off a bit before putting the kisses on. Other than that they're perfect!"
"The best way to use a brownie mix....ever since I started putting my brownie mix in cupcake pans that is the only way I do it now.......everyone raves about them."
"I have made them 4 times in the last week for each of my sister's family;;what a big hitdamara"
"Made them twice this weekend . Very easy. Made them for a bake sale at the highschool football game. Went over well.Went together quick."
"I tried these using the mini peanut butter cups rather than kisses. They were great"
"I was looking for a cheap and easy recipe to feed a larger group and this really fit the bill! And it appeals to almost everyone. I used Hershey Hugs but I can see any of the new "gourmet" Kisses flavors doing really well. Next time I may try poking them into the brownie point first."
"Perfect bite size brownies! Super easy to make and much less messy than regular brownies...especially for the kids. I did notice that the kisses melted and spread even after the 10 minutes cooling. I cooled my second batch for about 20 minutes."
"I baked these for a block party, and glad I had made a double batch! Everyone wanted to know who brought the yummy little brownies!! Many request for the recipe - moist and makes an attractive presentation."
"bump for dianag!"
"I make these all the time (had posted the recipe from TOH on the old BB last year) and use the different types of kisses. At Christmas I used the red and white striped ones and they looked very festive. I refrigerate the batter for about an hour (have also held it overnite with good results) and it makes the brownies even "fudgier" but the best part - the batter goes into the small mini cups/tins much neater without the dribbles. I've started doing this with anything that goes into muffin cups - regular - and especially the minis.People really like these - they look great on a dessert table and they are much neater to serve and eat than regular brownies. And - they taste great!!! Great for school parties, too."