Snickers Brownie Bites Recipe


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Every year for my birthday – I ask for the same thing: Snickers Cake. The gooey caramel with the chocolate and peanuts is a heavenly combination. When I came across these Snickers Brownie Bites from The Domestic Rebel, I knew I had to give them a try! With the brownie bottom and classic Snickers taste – I think I may have found a new birthday tradition!

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    http://www.sixsistersstuff.com/recipe/2013/08/snickers-brownie-bites-recipe/

    Recipe From: The Domestic Rebel

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    28 Responses to “Snickers Brownie Bites Recipe”

    1. They are very good. But the ingredients list is very vague. It was difficult to make because it was challenging to get the proportions right. What size brownie mix? What size jar of marshmallow fluff? The peanut butter -fluff mixture was difficult to mix and spread. Could you make your own caramel, or use caramel sauce? The peanuts did not really stick so well and fell off when you coated it with the chocolate. What is chocolate chocolate almond bark? We just melted semi sweet chocolate.
      • We used the 18.4 ounce Betty Crocker brownie mix. The marshmallow fluff is 7.5 ounces, or you can just use the 7 ounces of marshmallow creme. As far as the caramel goes, we have not made our own for this recipe. Chocolate almond bark is right by the chocolate chips. Hope this helps!
    2. Yana Ginzburg
      These were absolutely delicious. However, I had a little trouble getting the nougat layer to stick to the brownie layer. Also, I didn't realize how important the aluminum foil on the bottom of the pan was... I forgot that and getting them out was quite a mess. This isn't the simplest recipe solely because it's quite messy even disregarding removing the brownies out of the pan, but the end result is well worth the effort. Also, using the 9x13 pan of brownies, I ended up with 32 GIANT hunks of snickers brownies. Impressive :)
    3. I want to make enough for our youth at church. Do you think it would be less messy if we did them in cupcake wrappers? I'm thinking: cook the brownies in the wrappers, cool "ice" with the peanut butter/fluff mix spoon on caramel press in peanuts drizzle with chocolate Any thoughts from those that have made these before? Would that work? Saves me from cutting them and if they are a little gooey - they can just lick the wrapper :)
        • The "cupcake" version turned out beautifully! If only I could attach a photo :) I filled the foil cupcake liners with 2 scoops of brownie mix (using my Pampered Chef cookie dough scooper) which filled them a little less than ½ full. I baked them for 15 minutes in a 350degree oven. Once cooled, I piped on the fluff/peanut butter mix with a large frosting tip. Melted caramels/creme and drizzled on top, and immediately (lightly) pressed in a few peanuts - maybe 6-8 per cupcake. A small handful. Finally, I drizzled some chocolate on top. They are SO yummy! I had enough batter left to make a small pan the original way, as described in the posting. I can't wait to try those! Thank you so much for sharing!!!!
    4. Beverly woodruff
      Made these this weekend for a family reunion. They were a HUGE hit! I made in a disposable cake pan and poured the chocolate on top and spread it over the brownies. Need to cut them right away though because the chocolate will harden and will be more difficult to cut. As far as spreading the marshmallow peanut butter filling, I used the backside of a spoon and it worked very well. Worth the effort!!!!

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