Snicker Brownies – box brownies loaded with Snickers or any other candy! The perfect way to use up your leftover Halloween candy.
These decadent brownies are a chocolate lover’s dream. Right up there next to this over the top chocolate cheesecake.
What is the best boxed brownie mix to use in this recipe?
I love the Ghirardelli Triple Chocolate brownie mix you can get from Costco.
But this taste test ranking says the Ghirardelli Dark Chocolate Premium Brownie Mix is actually at the top of the food chain. It says that brownie mix tasted like real chocolate instead of cocoa powder. Which give sit more of a homemade brownie taste than other brownie boxed mixes. So that could be an option if you are wanting a homemade brownie without the extra effort and ingredients.
Recipe modifications for these Snicker Brownies
I used a boxed brownie mix. But you could use a homemade brownie recipe if you prefer.
Snickers are so delicious in these brownies. But you could use any leftover Halloween candy you have. M&M’s, chopped Reese’s cups, chopped Twix bars, or Milky way bars would all be so delicious. Oreos would be so good too!
How to make these brownies
Prepare the batter according to the package instructions. Then spread half the batter into the pan. Top with a layer of chopped snickers. Then covering the snickers with the other half of the batter. Bake and serve with ice cream or salted caramel!
Box brownies loaded with Snickers or any other candy! The perfect way to use up your leftover Halloween candy.
1 box brownie mix (I like the Ghirardelli brand)
Ingredients the boxed brownie mix calls for
2 cups Snickers, cut into chunks (About one bag of fun size snickers)
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and line a 9×13 baking dish with parchment paper. Set aside.
- Prepare the brownie batter according to package instructions.
- Once the batter prepared, spread half the mixture on the bottom of prepared baking dish. Sprinkle snickers bits over the brownie batter as evenly as possible and then spread the remained half of the batter over top.
- Bake according to the package or until the brownies begin to pull away from the edges of the pan and the top is crackled