rotten brownie eggs

Nothing gives off the spooky chills of the season quite like a rotten egg. Make this whimsical version with food dye and fill it with a brownie for a special Halloween sweet. Perfect for October gatherings or to bring for school treats.

To make the rotten brownie eggs begin by piercing a hole in each shell and draining the insides (save the eggs for future use). Carefully rinse out each egg and soak in salt water for thirty minutes, then dry. Use a mixture of food dye to make black dip and then dye the eggs to achieve this “rotten” look. Once dry, fill each egg 3/4 full with your favorite brownie mixture. Use a cupcake tray, lined with aluminum foil, to help the eggs stand upright during baking. Bake according to brownie directions.

Once the brownies are finished and cooled, use a knife to remove any excess mixture that may be popping out of the top. Filling them only 3/4 of the way fill should prevent most of this. Serve with a smirk and enjoy a new spooky tradition.

Photography in collaboration with Erin Holland.

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Posted October 03, 2012
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16 Responses to “rotten brownie eggs”

  1. Yelle says:

    So cute and ugly at the same time! Perfect for October :)

  2. These are so great for a Halloween party! Love it!

  3. Lisa p says:

    Omg! Love these! Can’t wait to try them!

  4. Lena says:

    Icky and delicious–these are so clever!

  5. Melody says:

    Wow. What an incredible idea. Mind. Blown.

  6. LisaDay says:

    This is fantastic. I may have to try it for my son’s birthday.

    LisaDay

  7. how2home says:

    Great idea for halloween.

  8. Gloria says:

    This is too freakin cute! I love that you don’t have to be careful at all while creating the hole – my kind of project :-) The craggier the better!

  9. Romi says:

    I am so making these for hallowen- my sister sent me a link to this page and we’re going to make them together, though we have to keep it a secret from our mother, because she probably won’t take to them as uch as we have! Thanks for sharing!

  10. Serious, serious props for your creativity! This is so spooky and gross (and extremely original) for Halloween. Love it.

  11. alison says:

    What a great idea!

    xo
    Alison

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