Graveyard Brownies

Graveyard Brownies
Graveyard Brownies are great fun to assemble. Once you have skeleton molds ready with candy melts, engage your kids in assembling parts of skeleton over the brownies squares. You can make one sample and then let them use their imagination to assemble these creepy and scary fun treats for their friends. And I can tell you, kids are much better at this then us. My neighbor's kids helped me assemble this one for recipe photo and you can see the perfection :) Make this snack for Halloween this season and enjoy!!

Pairing Ideas:

Creepy Brownies Jack-o-Lanterns Orange Fruit Cups Mango Chutney and Cream Cheese Pin Wheels

Graveyard Brownies

Graveyard Brownies
Total Time: Prep Time: Cook Time: Cuisine: American ()
Serves: 8



  • Step for Recipe - Graveyard Brownies 1. Melt candy in microwave for 30 seconds at a time till its melted and easy to mold. If using ziploc bag, never melt more then 30 seconds at a time to avoid melting the bag. Handle with care as bag will be hot to touch.
  • Step for Recipe - Graveyard Brownies 2. Pour melted candy into skeleton molds and let it chill to set completely. (about 1 hour). To serve, place 6 brownies squares together on serving plate, using a spoon dig the center of brownies to make it look like dug grave (i used fudge brownies which appear like sand spread all over when teared), top each with scattered parts of skeleton as shown in picture and serve.

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6 Responses

  1. Spooky!!!
  2. nice, i think I will try a batch today.
  3. I love baking and make chewy and delicious fresh brownies every baking season. Candy melts are a great way to indulge kids in fun decoration ideas, loving it. Thanks for sharing ChefDeHome
  4. good idea, thanks for sharing.
  5. I saw candy melts in craft store the other day and similar pattern too, was not expecting to see a post about it that soon, great job!!!
  6. freakylicious!!! Excellent idea.