My daughter and I LOVE brownies. It’s easily one of our favorite desserts. While we love brownies after they’re baked, we also really love brownies BEFORE they’re baked! Brownie batter is SO good! (And yes I know, you’re not supposed to eat the batter, but it’s so hard to stay away from it!) So, today, when I was looking for something sweet, I looked in my cupboards and found some milk chocolate, and brownie mix, and the idea for BROWNIE BATTER BARK was born!
Let me apologize for not having a specific recipe. I didn’t make this to post, but after we tried it, I knew we had to share it with you all. So, I’ll just explain to you what I did, and hopefully you’ll be able to make it work in your own home!
HERE ARE THE INGREDIENTS I USED:
Dry Brownie Mix
AND HERE’S WHAT I DID:
- I melted some butter. Since I just made a small amount to settle my sweet tooth craving, I melted 1 tablespoon of butter and added 4 tablespoons of brownie mix. If you’re making a larger batch, I’d suggest you at least triple this.
- I melted some chocolate. I had milk chocolate on hand, and it’s my favorite so I used it. Again, I just used a small amount, but if you’re making more you may want to use approximately a half package of chocolate almond bark.
- I mixed the chocolate and the brownie batter together and spread it out on a sheet of waxed paper. I added some sprinkles, just for some color and stuck it in the freezer to harden. (This happens quickly!)
- After the bark has hardened, simply break it apart into individual sized pieces.
Honestly, this tastes like a brownie batter candy bar…sooooo good! I apologize that my recipe’s not more exact, if I knew I’d be posting this I would have taken better notes!