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TIP OF THE DAY: A Brownie Sandwich Party

For a party dessert, offer several spreads and let guests fill their own brownie layers at the “brownie bar.” You can ask others who want to pitch in to bake different types of brownies. In addition to the original chocolate brownie, consider blondies, butterscotch brownies and peanut butter brownies. Guests on gluten-free diets can bring gluten-free brownies.

Multiple brownie flavors allow for mix-and-match: a blondie top with a brownie bottom, for example.

Bake the brownies using one of these techniques:

  • Make a pan of brownies and slice them in half.
  • Make dropped brownie cookies, no slicing involved.
  • Divide the brownie batter into two pans, so each layer will be half the height.
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    For special occasions, you can use a cookie cutter to make shapes—for example, hearts for Valentine’s Day. Stick the leftover scraps in a freezer and use them on sundaes or for snacking.
     
    BROWNIE SANDWICH PARTY

    Guests fill the “sandwich” with their spread(s) of choice. We have more than 30 suggestions; all can be homemade or purchased. Unless you want to go crazy, select six or so options.

  • Bacon jam
  • Biscoff spread/cookie spread
  • Buttercream (chocolate coffee, strawberry, vanilla, anything)
  • Cannoli filling
  • Caramel/salted caramel
  • Cheesecake spread
  • Chestnut spread
  • Chocolate spread
  • Cinnamon honey butter
  • Clotted cream/double Devon cream
  • Coconut spread
  • Creme honey
  • Custard/pastry cream
  • Date spread
  • Dulce de leche
  • Flavored cream cheese
  • Fruit curd/preserves/spread
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    Brownie Sandwich With Peanut Butter Filling
    TOP PHOTO: Brownie sandwich with pistachio filling. Get the recipe at SprinkleOf Cinnamon.com. BOTTOM PHOTO: Peanut butter-filled brownie sandwich. Here’s the recipe from SallysBakingAddiction.com.

     

    Peanut Butter & Jelly Brownie Sandwich
    How about a Peanut Butter and Jelly Brownie Sandwich? Get the recipe from Betty Crocker.
     
  • Ginger spread
  • Halvah spread
  • Holiday fillings (pumpkin, peppermint, etc.)
  • Ice cream (though it can get messy in a party setting)
  • Maple cream
  • Mascarpone
  • Marshmallow cream
  • Nutella/hazelnut spread
  • Maple cream
  • Peanut butter/other nut butter
  • Pecan honey spread (like pecan pie filling)
  • Pistachio spread
  • Toffee spread
  • Whipped topping
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    We’d suggest decorations—crushed nuts, mini-chips, sprinkles, etc. But frankly, it’s overkill (and guaranteed to create a mess).
     
    Are you having fun just thinking about a brownie party?

      




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