December 12, 2013

Recipe of the Day: Strawberry Christmas Tree Brownie Bites

There’s no specific recipe with this. Make stars out of yellow fondant or you can buy star shaped sprinkles, decorate the tree with white peppermint pearls or red hots (whatever you have on hand will do), and sprinkle them generously with disco dust. Edible glitter is the perfect holiday accessory. You might even want to dust the brownie bites with some powdered sugar or sweetened coconut ( I won't use that since my son has a Tree nut allergy) to imitate a thin layer of snow.


  • Your favorite brownie recipe, halved (Click on here to see or use mine)
  • Batch of pipeable frosting (prefer cream cheese frosting)
  • 24 small-medium strawberries
  • Yellow fondant or star-shaped sprinkles
  • Small ball shaped candy decorations
  • Disco dust (if you have it)


  1. Bake your brownies in greased mini-muffin tins filled up 3/4 of the way. You’re going to have to shorten the baking time a bit, so just keep your eyes on them as they bake — they’re done when a cake tester comes out clean.
  2. Ask the brownies are baking and cooling, put together your frosting and dye it green.
  3. Once baked and cooled, secure the strawberries to the brownies with a dab of frosting
  4. Put frosting in a piping bag fit with a small star tip, and cover the entire strawberry by starting at the strawberry, applying a bit of pressure, and pulling away gently to a nice point.

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