Halloween Graveyard Brownies #desserts #brownies

Halloween Graveyard Brownies #desserts #brownies

These Halloween Memorial park Brownies are as adorable and more or less Simple! They're verification that you don't should be an expert bread cook or have any extraordinary hardware to make a very cool, frightening Halloween treat.

I like a Halloween treat that preferences in the same class as it looks, yet that doesn't make them go through hours in the kitchen. You know what I mean? My children truly love both of these fun Halloween treats, and they generally get a lot of positive consideration at Halloween parties.

For the brownies, you can make the hitter without any preparation, or you can utilize a container blend (the ghirardelli brand is really great quality). I utilize this chocolate brownie recipe, yet I cut the fixings down the middle, to prepare it in a 8×8" dish.

I like to heat the brownies in a skillet that has been fixed with material paper. That way, you can haul the brownies out of the dish after they've prepared and they are a lot simpler to cut and look better.

Spoon a little green icing onto the bottoms of the sweet pumpkins and include them close to the treat gravestone. That is it! So natural and fun. Expectation these make your Halloween somewhat spookier and more delectable

Also try our recipe Frosted Pumpkin Brownies

Halloween Graveyard Brownies #desserts #brownies

Halloween burial ground brownies are the ideal fun and simple Halloween treat for a gathering!

For the brownies:

  • Prepared brownie batter for an 8'' pan
  • 12 milano cookies
  • Black decorating gel
  • 12 candy pumpkins

For the green buttercream frosting:

  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 1/4 cup butter (salted or unsalted), softened
  • 2 teaspoons milk
  • green food coloring a few drops, to reach your desired color


  1. Line an 8'' baking pan with parchment paper, leaving a little bit of overhang on the sides so that you'll be able to easily pull the brownies out of the pan. 
  2. Pour brownie batter into the prepared pan and smooth it into an even layer. Bake according to recipe instructions.
  3. Allow brownies to cool completely. Pull up on the parchment paper and transfer the brownies to a flat surface. 
  4. Cut the brownies into rectangles. (I cut mine 4 x 3 to make 12 rectangle brownies).
  5. Mix all of the frosting ingredients together in a bowl. Mix for 2 minutes until light and fluffy. (Add a little more powdered sugar to make the mixture thicker, or another dash of milk to make it thinner, as needed.) 
  6. Mix in a few drops of green food coloring. Set aside.
  7. Use the black (edible) gel pen to write the letter R-I-P on the top of each milano cookie. I also cut the very bottom edge off of my cookies to make the "headstones" a little shorter, but you don't have to. 
  8. Press each cookie into the top of the brownie, as if it were a grave headstone. 
  9. Spoon a a little green frosting onto the bottoms of the candy pumpkins and add them near the cookie.

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