I’m Batty” Halloween Brownies is a delicious Halloween treat that will make you flap your wings in joy! Great for kids of all different ages!
This post and recipe were created for HalloweenTreatsWeek! I received samples from several of the sponsor companies however, as always, my opinions remain completely my own.
The daughter of our family is OBSESSED with Vampirina in the present.
It’s a charming Disney Jr show that features Vee, the young vampire who is adapting to her new home to Transylvania in Transylvania to Pennsylvania. There are only a few people who are aware that she is a vampire. She isn’t able to say “Batty!” or she transforms into a bat, and her secret will be exposed.
We will be going to the Huntley family to celebrate Halloween. The theme for the season is Vee with her adorable small costume she was wearing to Disney last week. She danced along with Vee during Mickey’s So Scary Halloween Party. Pure bliss!!! In the end, I’ll be her mother, Oxana, and Price will be her daytime Boris. Hunter will be Demi The ghost.
We actually wore costumes to Disney, but it was just so hot and melting your face and we were able to put our altered costumes on. For Halloween, we’ll put together and become the most amazing Huntley group ever!
She has also told us she would like to host a Vampirina themed birthday celebration for her birthday in November. So, I’ve been trying to find some really cute ideas to decorate for her birthday party. Purple tablecloths with lots of bats streamers of purple and black and lots of vampire’s teeth inside goodie bags. I’m sure I have everything locked down, however, I am seeking out new dishes and drinks that I can serve her at her birthday party.
Of course, Pinterest is a great source to find delicious beverages and food. I am always invigorated when I browse through the site.
This is exactly what happened with these delicious brownies I made to look like bats. They were a huge hit as she absolutely loved the “I’ve gone crazy” Halloween brownies. I’m betting that your children will, too!
To me, I love the way they look. Batty Halloween Brownies are just amazing! They’re also easy to are to prepare. The Oreo Cookies that have been cut in half create the perfect wings, with the Candy Eyeballs providing the perfect topping for the adorable brownies.
They are delicious “I’ve gone crazy” Halloween brownies that are perfect for bake sales for Halloween or just to create a special treat for your children. The thing I love most about this brownie is the fact that you don’t require any special ingredients to make these brownies. There is no need for cookies cutters for them. Although I am a fan of adorable cookie cutters I’m obsessed with simplicity. I made them using my favorite brownie recipe, however, you can make them easier by using a brownie mix that comes inboxes.
There are just another few steps to make them go from being your ordinary brownies to bat-tastic brownies. They’re so simple for you to create that Autumn was able to help me make them.
Additionally, it only requires some particular ingredients. Candy eyeballs from Wilton can be ideal for brownies, as well as a myriad of other delicious Halloween desserts.
Hope that kids and vampires are entertained by these delicious brownies. They’re quite spooky!
"I've Gone Batty" Halloween Brownies
- 8 ounces dark chocolate, divided
- 1 cup and 2 sticks of unsalted butter
- 3/4 cup cocoa powder
- 2 cups sugar
- 2 teaspoon extract of peppermint
- 6 eggs, beaten
- 1 1/2 cups of flour
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 12 + Oreos
- 1 Ounce white chocolate
- Candy eyes, just like
- Preheat the oven to 350°F. Prepare a 9x13 baking dish by liberally buttering or spraying with non-stick cooking spray for the sides and bottom
- In a large, safe microwavable bowl mix the chocolate chip and butter, stirring every 30 seconds until the chocolate is completely melting and incorporated.
- Mix in the cacao powder as well as sugar. and mix thoroughly.
- Incorporate the eggs that have been beaten as well as vanilla extract.
- Incorporate both the flour as well as the salt to mix it all together.
- Place the mixture in the cake pan. Bake for 30 to 35 minutes and until the toothpick placed in the center of the pan is free of any dirt when removed.
- Cool before cutting into 24 equally-sized pieces, by cutting the brownies into three rows on the 9" side of the pan and then 8 along the 13" side of the pan.
- Separate the Oreos, then scrape the filling out of them. Cut them in half, creating half-moons. Stick them into the middle of the brownies, creating those bat wings.
- In a microwave at half power. Stir each 30-second interval. Pour the chocolate into the sandwich bag, then cut a tiny bit off inside the bag. Then squeeze the chocolate that is melted onto the brownie to the left and behind the Oreo cookies. Make 2 eyes out of the chocolate and let them set.