St. Patrick’s Day Pot of Gold Brownie Bites
St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner. To fill your day with a little luck you can make these St. Patrick’s Day Pot of Gold Brownie Bites. So yummy and so cute!
1 box of brownie mix
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Preheat oven to 350°
1. Mix brownie batter according to directions and fill mini muffin pan about halfway.
2. Bake 12-15 minutes until a toothpick comes clean, but do not over bake.
3. Once they have cooled, remove from the pan and press the center down with your thumb to create a little well for the sprinkles.
4. Fill with sprinkles, then pipe yellow frosting on top.
PRINT THE RECIPE:
- 1 box of brownie mix
- Yellow frosting
- Yellow sprinkles
- Preheat oven to 350°
- Mix brownie batter according to directions and fill mini muffin pan about halfway.
- Bake 12-15 minutes until a toothpick comes clean, but do not over bake.
- Once they have cooled, remove from the pan and press the center down with your thumb to create a little well for the sprinkles.
- Fill with sprinkles, then pipe yellow frosting on top.
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Sarah L says
Sugar, sugar and more sugar in the middle. Not for me.
Chelsea Lindsay says
These are awesome! I can’t wait to try to make them.
Sarah Kurtz says
These look so good and so fun for kids. What a great idea! Thank you for sharing.
belinda bell says
this little pot of gold brownie bites are so cute. I’m going make some for the grandkids
Jeanna Massman says
What a cute idea! My grandson nwould love finding the “treasure” in the middle!
BILL HOFF says
We are always looking for different treats to prepare the grand kids!
Sue M. says
These brownie bites look scrumptious! Thanks a lot for posting the recipe.
Karen Propes says
I love this, perfect to add for my St. Patrick’s Day. Always have some gold for the pot at the end of our rainbow.
Ronald Gagnon says
Wonderful recipe and cute presentation..but I am a chocoholic so would rather use a chocolate icing, plus I don’t know if i could wait the whole hour to gobble a “few”
scott smith says
I’ve never seen sprinkles inside a cupcake before what a great idea my hat is off great job.
Oh my word, what a neat idea! I never think of such creative things to make, good thing I have the internet.
I love easy and creative this recipe is
Michelle Bartley says
What a cute recipe! My Granddaughter would love these!
I love brownies! 🙂 They’re an achilles heel of mine. This looks like a delicious recipe to enjoy for St. Patty’s Day! 🙂
Amy Green says
This is an ideal dessert for me as I am a sprinkles junkie! I love the contrast of the colors with the brown chocolate and the golden yellow, but I may vary the recipe by using another bright shade. It would be fun to personalize the frosting and sprinkles with loved ones’ favorite colors.
Sandra Watts says
What a fun idea this is. You can adapt for whichever holiday you are in too.
Jerry Marquardt says
I am trying this right now for my March O’ Party that is held tonight. My family has this the weekend after the holiday. Thank you for this luscious recipe.
What a cute idea! I’m starting to brainstorm (just for fun) what else could be “hidden” in the center, instead of sprinkles. 🙂
Kimberly Lynn says
These are cute!!
Lots of cute ideas . The brownies with the yellow sprinkles inside would be a surprise for the kids to find . Pretend they found the gold at the end of the rainbow cupcake. Thanks for the recipe too.
this looks really lovely.Pot o gold
Tara Gauthier says
This is such a cute idea, i love that is actually really simple to do but I could just imagine the look on the kids faces if were to send something like this to school for them!
Sonya Cocherell says
These look so easy, but trust me Tina, I would find a way to mess these up! Gracie would love them
Amy Green says
I thought of a fun idea on how to change this recipe up for this week’s Fourth of July. I’m going to substitute white cake mix for the brownie batter. Then, I ‘m going to use red and blue icing, and frost the tops half-and-half. I’m also going to use red and blue sprinkles! Star-Spangled Cupcakes!
Ronald Gagnon says
These are much too delicious (and easy to make) for kids alone
Kathleen Kelly says
Such clever ideas! Some people are so clever!!