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Left over Halloween candy? I have the answer, with these simply delicious trick-or-treat brownies! Or you can make them now, and include them in your BOO basket for your neighbors! I’ll show you have to make trick-or-treat brownies and how to BOO your neighbors!
I used to work at a school where during certain holidays we would gift each other treats in each others mailboxes. It was such a fun gesture that would put a smile on your face when you went to check your box, and find a little something inside. I remember getting “BOO’d” a few times, and loved it! It’s not only fun to receive, but I also loved setting up a little something to give. We did this on a bit bigger level this year and made a BOO basket for one of our neighbors.
We went to Walmart and grabbed a few key items that I knew would be perfect to include. I knew I wanted a couple of big bags of MARS Chocolate Mix Fun Size (UPC 0-4000049642-7) candy because I wanted to make my trick-or-treat brownies, a couple of candy goody bags, and a fun Halloween themed soda, the A&W 8oz 6pk (Halloween Can), was perfect for this! I love the little monsters on the front.
To make the trick-or-treat brownies I simply bought a boxed mix, because, hey, I’m a mom and it was faster!
Grab 16 fun size candy bars of your choice, we used SNICKERS®, and M&M’s® of your choice, for the topping. Plus the ingredients you will need to make your brownies, according to the box.
At 20 minutes, remove your brownies from the oven and place the M&M’s® of your choice all over top. Return to the oven and bake for an additional 10 to 12 minutes.
Starting with a couple of bags of MARS Chocolate Mix Fun Size (UPC 0-4000049642-7) candy, A&W 8oz 6pk (Halloween Can), some tissue paper, glow sticks, a few goody bags (for candy, and trick-or-treat brownies), and a cute Halloween themed bowl, or any container you choose to place your BOO’ing items in.
Place some tissue paper in the bottom of your container that you’ve chosen, nestle your goody bags, glow sticks, and cans of soda, and print out those You’ve Been BOO’d papers, which include the BOO book instruction kit. Cut out this “We’ve been BOO’d sign. Fold the “You’ve been BOO’d” greeting card (page 2) and tape openings together. Include the card and sign when gifting BOO bundles.
Final touches, tuck those trick-or-treat brownies in, scatter a few pieces of candy about, and place your BOO papers so that they can be seen.
Now, go and BOO Your Neighbors!!
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