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Share These Treats With Friends, Ghosts And Little Goblins!

Today I'm sharing two things I love, Halloween and brownies! Halloween has always been one of my favorite holidays, probably because it brings all things fall, cool weather and the beginning of a few months of holiday festivities. From decorating the house to getting the girls costumes together, to baking Halloween treats; I always love preparing for Halloween. I'm guilty of often having more plans than time, so I am always looking for great ways to save some time and still get it all done. These Halloween one-bowl brownies are perfect for that! You can make them in one bowl, and thanks to some festive sprinkles on top, they are Halloween ready in no time, much quicker than frosting cupcakes or decorating cookies, if you are pressed for time like I often am.

This recipe is a simple variation of Kraft's Semi-Sweet Chocolate Brownies. One thing I love about brownies is that they are very flexible when it comes to mix in items. If you like, feel free to add in a 1/2 cup of chopped nuts, chocolate chips or even white chocolate chips. You could even add a 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon to spice these up a bit with some extra fall flavor! I often make my own mixes of holiday sprinkles, by keeping containers of solid colored sprinkles on hand, and mixing and matching the colors as needed. I find this gives me the most flexibility, I don't end up with leftover sprinkles that I can't use after a holiday and I don't have to run to the store for each holiday, I just create the mixes as I need them.

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Semi-Sweet Chocolate Brownies
Semi-Sweet Chocolate Brownies

Whip up luscious chocolate brownies for dessert or a lunch-box treat! With a melted semi-sweet chocolate drizzle, Semi-Sweet Chocolate Brownies are divine.

Total Time 42min.

Article by Kraft TasteMaker Christi Johnstone. For more recipes and ideas, visit her blog at Love From the Oven.

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