I made these delicious brownie ice cream bowls for Halloween. I made brownie bowls and filled them with mint ice-cream. You can use anything to fill the brownie bowls such as pudding and frosting. I used gummy worms, candy eyes, and green pearl sprinkles.
Happy October! Fall is my favorite season and I just love all things Halloween. My favorite thing about Halloween is making treats and decorating. These treats are easy and simple to make and you can add pretty much any topping you want. I wanted mine to look gross but edible so of course I added these eyeballs. The pearls are used as bubbles in the witch’s brew, and of course worms just add the extra touch.
Make sure you’re brownies are completely cooled down before putting any ice cream in it or any other alternative otherwise it will melt off. Also I did not add this in mine but a mini pretzel stick could be used as a stirrer.
You can either hollow out the brownie or place another cupcake tray over the brownies before they go into the oven so they have a bowl shape. I left the brownies as they were and did not scoop anything out. But it is completely up to you how you want to do it.
Witch's Brew Brownie Ice-cream bowls
- Ghirardelli Double Chocolate Brownie Mix
- 1 egg
- 1/3 cup oil
- 1/4 cup water
- Mint Chocolate Chip ice-cream
- Candy eyeballs
- Gummy worm candies (sour or regular)
- Green pearl sprinkles
- Baking spray
- Mini pretzel sticks
- Preheat the oven to 325 degrees
- Spray cupcake pan with baking spray
- Make brownie mix according to directions on box by adding egg, water, and oil to brownie mix
- Fill cupcake pan with brownie mix 3/4 of the way
- Bake brownies for 25 min
- Let brownies cool completely and then scoop out any extra brownie in the middle creating a bowl shape if desired
- Scoop ice-cream and place on top of each brownie
- Add pearl sprinkles, eyeballs and gummy worms (cut some worms and leave some whole) and stick one pretzel stick
These brownies turned out very yummy but you have to eat them quickly or leave them in the freezer until it is time to serve. What would you want to see as a topping for this recipe? I would like to hear your responses in the comments!