Thick, rich, chewy Snickers Brownies make a decadent dessert that’s quick and easy to make. They’re the ultimate combination of brownies and candy.
I’ve had some fun-sized snickers bars hanging around my house for a while now. Part of me wants to say they’re leftover from Halloween and the other part of me doesn’t want to admit that. Since they clearly weren’t being eaten as is, I thought I’d throw them into a dessert to use them up.
How do we make candy seem more appealing? Put it on a brownie. Brownies just seemed to be the perfect vehicle for those little Snickers bars begging to be eaten. I mean really, could there be anything better than brownies studded with sweet, crunchy, caramel-y candy bars?
No. Snickers brownies, you have ZERO competition.
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Before you get to the recipe, I just want to let you know that these brownies would make fabulous brownie sundaes. Pile them high with with vanilla ice cream, chopped snickers bars, and a drizzle of chocolate AND caramel.
Now, tell me – what’s your favorite way to eat brownies – fudgy, chewy, cake-like, in ice cream, covered in ice cream, by the pan-full? Enjoy!
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*I used Bob's Red Mill 1:1 Flour which contains xanthan gum. If your mix does not have xanthan gum, you'll have to add some. When my brownies came out of the oven, I added additional chopped Snickers bars - I just pressed them into the slightly cooled brownies. Adapted from Handle the Heat.
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 837.67 Total Fat: 63.32g Carbohydrates: 58.57g Protein: 7.56g
*I used Bob's Red Mill 1:1 Flour which contains xanthan gum. If your mix does not have xanthan gum, you'll have to add some.
When my brownies came out of the oven, I added additional chopped Snickers bars - I just pressed them into the slightly cooled brownies.
Adapted from Handle the Heat.
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