Cupcake Brownies

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This recipe has been made twice within the last week at our house….for the residents of our house.  With only 50% of us liking chocolate, that is saying something.  This recipe brings the entire family together.  I have another homemade brownie recipe but my handsome fella does not like it.  He loves this one though!  I got the recipe from our Moms4Moms group that meets at our church.  Our Kitchen Queen shared some recipes in February that we could make for our families and I am glad she did!

Cupcake Brownies

Melt in a saucepan over low heat (or in a microwave….but I have only used a saucepan):

  • 1 cup butter
  • 2/3 semi-sweet chocolate chips

Stir as needed to get the above melted and smooth.

Add to the mixture:

  • 1 3/4 cup sugar

Mix Well.

Add to the mixture:

  • 4 eggs
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 cup flour

Stir until blended and smooth.

Pour into WELL GREASED cupcake tins, filling 3/4 full.

Bake at 350° for 25 minutes or until done (I stuck a toothpick in to make sure it came out clean)

When done press into the top of each cupcake:

  • 1 unwrapped Hershey’s Kiss

I make these in my 12 cupcake silicone pan and then also use a 12 cupcake mini-muffin pan.

I haven’t yet mastered the “easy” way to get them out of the mini-muffin pan but the silicone pan, well greased allows me to just push them right out.  The mini-muffin pan I use a knife around the edges and then a spoon to gently scoop it out.

I made these tonight for our Storm Snacks as we prepare for the Frankenstorm of 2012.

Cupcake Brownies to the right….I made a few more small ones this time as they are so fun to just pop into your mouth!

Enjoy!

(If you would like to see how to make the Halloween Popcorn click here)

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