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Turkey Brownies

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Turkey Brownies- – Fun, festive and fudgy! Just right for Thanksgiving.

Turkey Brownies: Table for Seven #brownies #chocolate #turkey #thanksgiving #dessert

Budding Baker and myself made you guys some really fun and really festive brownies for your holiday dessert table on Thursday! They are also really simple.

The Ingredients & Supplies List:

  • Brownies
  • Chocolate frosting
  • M & M candies
  • Miniature mint patties
  • Edible candy eyes
Turkey Brownies: Table for Seven #brownies #chocolate #turkey #thanksgiving #dessert

How to Assemble Your Turkey Brownies 🦃 First, make your brownies and let them cool completely.

Remove cooled brownies from the pan and cut into approx 3 inch squares. Then, frost each individual square.

Place one peppermint patty towards the bottom of each square.

Next, spread a bit of frosting on the back of a candy eye and place on peppermint patty. Repeat with a second candy eye.

Then, spread a bit of frosting on the side of an M & M candy. Place it vertically below your candy eyes, on the peppermint patty.

Arrange a few M & M candies around the top of the peppermint patty to create feathers. Repeat with remaining brownies.

Just a few recipe notes:

  • This design will work with any type of brownies. Use your favorite homemade recipe or simply grab a box mix from the grocery store.
  • The same goes for the frosting. We used a can of chocolate frosting, but, you can use homemade. Just be sure it’s a thicker frosting. This way, your candies will stick well.
  • In my grocery store, the edible candy eyes are located in the baking aisle. They were located in the section with birthday candles, sprinkles and cupcake wrappers.
  • The recipe below is based on a boxed brownie mix for a 8 x 8 pan, but, these will also work for a 9 x 13 pan recipe.
  • We used regular chocolate M & M’s for our candies. I purchased a regular package and used only the red, brown, yellow and orange colors.

Gobble! Gobble!

Turkey Brownies: Table for Seven #brownies #chocolate #turkey #thanksgiving #dessert

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Yield: 6-9 brownies

Turkey Brownies

Turkey Brownies: Table for Seven #brownies #chocolate #turkey #thanksgiving #dessert

Turkey Brownies- - Fun, festive and fudgy! Just right for Thanksgiving.

Prep Time 1 hour
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 30 minutes

Ingredients

  • Your favorite brownie recipe or boxed version, plus ingredients called for on box/recipe
  • 16 oz chocolate frosting or your favorite homemade brownie frosting
  • Chocolate M & M candies 
  • Miniature peppermint patties
  • Edible candy eyes

Instructions

  1. Make brownies according to box instructions/recipe. Let them cool completely.
  2. Remove cooled brownies from pan and cut into approx 3 inch squares. Frost each square.
  3. Place one peppermint patty towards the bottom of each square. Next, spread a bit of frosting on the back of a candy eye and place on peppermint patty. Repeat with a second candy eye.
  4. Then, spread a bit of frosting on the side of an M & M candy. Place it vertically below your candy eyes, on the peppermint patty.
  5. Arrange a few M & M candies around the top of the peppermint patty to create feathers. Repeat with remaining brownies.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

6

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 467Total Fat: 22gSaturated Fat: 7gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 13gCholesterol: 14mgSodium: 215mgCarbohydrates: 71gFiber: 1gSugar: 56gProtein: 2g

All information and tools presented and written within this site are intended for informational purposes only. I am not a certified nutritionist and any nutritional information on ourtableforseven.com should only be used as a general guideline. This information is provided as a courtesy and there is no guarantee that the information will be completely accurate

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