Candy Covered Heart Shaped Brownies

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These Candy Covered Heart Shaped Brownies are just a little treat we made recently with the kids that I thought I’d share in case anyone wants to order a pan and make some, too! It’s a fun way to spruce up your Valentine’s Day festivities!

Cookie Brownie recipe

I pretty much used the recipe for our favorite Andes Mint Cookies, using red peppermint chocolates instead of the green wafers. They just seemed more brownie-like because they were thicker, so our cookie became a brownie even though we used the same recipe. I’m surely not a dessert blogger. We’re using a cake mix any way, so it’s really up to the person eating to decide what kind of treat it is….cookie…brownie…cake.

Because the pan is already heart shaped, I just smushed in the batter into the heart, and it baked quite nicely.  I maybe could have put a little less in, because it overflowed. I knew it would, thought I went low enough.

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I added M&M’s for an extra CRUNCH!

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After cooking them, I let them cool in the pan. I knew they would be smoother on the bottom side, so I popped them out, and flipped them upside down. Then added the peppermint chips.

heart shaped dessert

I put them in the oven to warm for 3-5 minutes, then they were melted enough to spread.

candy topped heart shaped brownie

They were just too pretty to stop photographing

brownie cookie

Here is the actual recipe:

Candy Covered Heart Shaped Brownies
Author: Kristen Duke
Ingredients
  • 1 box devils food cake mix
  • 1 cup chocolate M&M's
  • 1/2 cup vegetable oil
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 cup chocolate chips
  • 1 bag peppermint chips
Instructions
  1. Mix all ingredients
  2. press dough into heart shaped pan
  3. Cook 7-9 minutes
  4. Let brownies cool
  5. Flip upside down so smooth side is up
  6. Sprinkle peppermint chips on top
  7. Place on cookie sheet in the oven on warm for 5 minutes
  8. Once melted, spread onto hearts, then cool

Enjoy a fun and easy treat with the family!

heart shaped brownie

Grab the pan HERE

Add the peppermint chips

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Here are more Valentine’s Ideas I’ve got on my site:

Valentine in a box Printable // Valentine S’mores Printable // My Hearts a Stereo Print // Lucky Charms Valentine // Starburst Valentine // Love you like a Love Song print // Valentines Photo Booth Props // Boy Friendly Valentines Prints // Valentine’s Lunch Jokes

Valentine’s Desserts // 5 Things I love about You Valentine’s // You’re Sweet Valentine Print

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  1. That is so cool!! Looks delish!!

  2. These look irresistible!!! I might just have to get that heart pan!