Spooky Halloween Brookie Eyeballs – are a recipe celebrating how to make Halloween eyeball desserts in delectable chocolate on chocolate mix or you might say, it is Halloween eyeball treats that is a chocolate cookie brownie harboring the other sweet felon, a sandwich stuffed cookie! Definitely Halloween eyeballs you’ll want at your party!
The fun thing about this Halloween chocolate treat is that it’s 2 great tastes in one and you might say, ‘the Halloween Eyeball brookie has its eye on you!’
Halloween Eyeball brookie
What are your thoughts when it comes to making the perfect Halloween treats? Scary or funny? Alluring or disillusioning?
Chocolate is one of the highly anticipated treats of the Halloween season so this Halloween eyeball brookie is the perfect Halloween party food idea.
Halloween Eyeball Brookie Treat
Is a Halloween eyeball brookie a chocolate brownie, or a cookie?
Perhaps it is a bit of both, but, there’s a bit more to this alluring eyeball brookie, that makes it more than just a chocolate snack idea.
In essence, a brookie is a brownie that covers a cookie, so you can load up on your daily dose of chocolate.
However, the Halloween eyeball brookie has its eye on you and everyone grabbing one of its freshly baked siblings about to be munched up!
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Eyeball Your Chocolate Treat
Usually, before you choose a snack, you eyeball it, don’t you?
Well, guess what, instead of you eyeing up your snack, if you make this treat, expect the Halloween eyeball brookie treat has its eye on you!
Bite back and sink your teeth into a flavor bomb of brownies and cookies!
Halloween monster eyeball brookie treats are a combination of brownie mix and a cookie!
However, this year, my brookies, are turning into one-eyed Halloween monster eyeball brookie treats as they will sit in a bed of sclera (ew gross right?).
It is Halloween and we have to be creepy, gnarly, and quite descriptive or a Halloween eyeball brookie would just be a treat by any other name!
So blink, wink, and lay on the terror, it’s time to get squinty with it, ha!
Blink & Wink for Brookie Halloween Eyeball treats.
Bottom line, if you have never made a brookie before have you been hiding under a witch’s hat or a toadstool?
A chocolate brownie that coats around a sandwich cookie of your choice (and I hope that is a cookie that starts with an ‘O and ends with an O’
Eyeball brookie treats are made quickly and with minimal ingredients and minimal skill level n the kitchen!
For all of you out there that make Brookies regularly, flex those winks and convert each one into an eyeball for Halloween!
Halloween requires fun, creative, yet simple desserts and with a Halloween, Eyeball Brookie treat it’s all-inclusive of that!
These are the perfect snack for that afterschool witching hour or after trick-or-treating when the little goblins and ghosts are back.
Also, if you having a ‘ghouls night’ chocolate is always perfect with wine, so…
How To Make Halloween Brookie Eyeballs
Don’t bat an eyeball or you’ll miss this short instructional area, so you too can go from novice to pro brookie eyeball treat maker in seconds!
I’ve been making brookies for years, and every time I make a brookie, I change the cookie I add too.
Our favorite however is still that infamous chocolate cookie that starts with an ‘O’!
Of course for the Halloween Eyeball Brookie treats I went back to the brookie in its most simple form.
Equipment Needed To Make Halloween Brookie Eyeball Treats
A brookie pan
- brookie pan
- Plastic Eyeballs (ping pong balls with eyeballs on them!)
- mixing bowl
- measuring cup
Ingredients Needed To Make Halloween Brookie Eyeballs
- boxed brownies
- sandwich cookies of some sort (please note, if you click you will know what cookie I use!
- whipping cream or icing
- Food coloring if you opt not to use ping pong balls
Don’t worry you will yield, consistent results every time.
The Brookie Broken Down
I’ll be biased for a moment about owning a brookie pan, get one.
I love the setup of the official brookie pan, and how it is nonstick (well…).
This is my favorite Brookie pan, but the runner-up is this one and it too is quite good at its craft, lol!
The cavities of both of these pans are just deep enough to get the brookie perfect without losing the cookie.
Tips + Baking the Halloween Brookie Eyeball Treats
While the shape of the brookie never fails, always coat the pan with nonstick even if it is nonstick!
I always cover my cookie,
No, you are not supposed to, but I do and darlings I don’t care what anyone else does, because I’ve made these at least 25x and it works! FUlly cover the cookie.
In this particular case, you want to FULLY cover the cookie.
You will bake the brookie, allow it to FULLY cool, and then remove it from the pan.
Cooling is the most important part of this recipe.
Popular Substitutions For Brookie Eyeball Treats
For those of you that love caramel, grab those caramel bites and drop a few in each cavity.
If you prefer to add in some rice cereal, go for it, as it provides a crunch.
But, I will maintain that for this recipe, keep it simple.
From start to finish the Halloween eyeball brookie should take 30 minutes (+1 hour of cooling).
Truly the active time is about 5 big minutes!
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Recipe Chocolate Eyeball Brookie
- Box of your favorite brown mix made according to directions
- 6 Oreo Sandwich Cookies or any sandwich or chocolate chip cookie you like
- Cool whip topping lite, or regular, or flavored, thawed
- Plastic eyeballs or edible eyeballs craft stores, big-box retailers
- Brookie Pan prepped with nonstick spray (grab it on amazon)
- Serving platter
- Preheat the oven to the appropriate setting on the brownie box you purchase.
- Spray brookie pan with nonstick spray.
- Place an Oreo on each of the 6 brookie cavity spots.
- Make boxed brownies in a mixing bowl.
- Once the brownie mixture is complete, fill each brookie cavity, being careful to not move the cookie.
- (I covered my cookie with batter FYI).
- Bake brookie for about 20 minutes (watch them, you don't want them to burn and oven temps vary).
- Remove and allow them to cool. (15 minutes in the pan)
- Once cooled remove from the pan and allow to cook a bit longer. (45 minutes)
- Working with each cooled brookie, use a cookie scoop and add a scoop of whipped topping.
- Follow that with an eyeball, slanted (angled to the side).
- Serve or refrigerate. (whipped topping).