Melted Jack O’ Lantern Brownies

Melted Jack O' Lantern Brownies for Halloween

My house has been decorated and ready for Halloween since September 28th. I couldn’t wait another single day and was dragging down all my totes by myself while Jorge was at work. I was so ready for pumpkins, witches and my adorable front porch Jack ‘O Lanterns to show up again.

I have been walking the Halloween aisles at Target and Kirklands for weeks dreaming up ideas for Halloween. I just loved the idea of turning marshmallows into Jack ‘O Lanterns…and what goes better with brownies than marshmallows? So here we are, Melted Jack ‘O Lantern Brownies. Aren’t they adorable??

Melted Jack O' Lantern Brownies for Halloween!

I was so happy with how these turned out and they couldn’t have been easier. I was worried they might turn into quite the project, but I am happy to report they really weren’t too bad to make.

I whipped up a batch of brownies in the morning and let them cool. Once I had the girls down for nap, I quickly melted up my orange candy melts and dipped in my marshmallows and placed them on top of the brownies.

I quickly tapped the entire brownie on the counter top a few times and the orange candy melt smoothed out right into place and I dropped on a little chocolate chip on top as the pumpkin stem.

It took a few minutes to harden, and then I just pipped on the faces with some melted dark chocolate…and BAM. Jack ‘O Lanterns!

Melted Jack O' Lantern Brownies for Halloween!

For all my fellow Halloween lovers – last year I made some awesome pretzel spiders made with a Reese’s Peanut Butter Pumpkin that you just have to check out. And coming up early next week I have a super adorable (EASY) Halloween float idea that you are all going to LOVE.

Head on over to Dixie Crystals for the instructions and easy brownie RECIPE: Melted Jack ‘O Lantern Brownies


Melted Jack O' Lantern Brownies for Halloween!

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