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Triple Chocolate Brownie Bites

September 6, 2017
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These Triple Chocolate Brownie Bites use a boxed brownie mix, chocolate chips, frosting, and chocolate sprinkles. Perfect as an after-school snack!

Triple Chocolate Brownie Bites

To say we are proud of our two little boys is an understatement. They may drive us nutso when left to their own devices here at home, but it amazes us every year how well-behaved and attentive they are in school. It's not that they misbehave badly here at home, it's just that they're brothers and they're very active. Sometimes that is a recipe for disaster when you add a toddler and a Mom trying to get work done into the mix!

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Silas and Wesley started back to school last week and this is the first year they are riding the school bus. Earlier this week as they were getting off the bus at the end of the day, the bus driver made it a point to tell me how nicely they listened and followed her directions on the school bus. She said she appreciated it very much because it sets a good example for the rest of the kids. Well, needless to say they earned a treat after school!

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I grabbed Pillsbury Brownie Mix out of my pantry and baked up these simple Triple Chocolate Brownie Bites - only 8 minutes to bake these little guys! Once they cooled, they boys had SO MUCH FUN using a Pillsbury Filled Pastry Bag to top the brownie bites with chocolate frosting and a sprinkling of chocolate jimmies. Ahhh I just love his little pudgy hand!

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Silas has become a pro at decorating various desserts with the filled pastry bags, he even asked if we could do cheesecake cupcakes next with frosting to top them. A budding food blogger in the making, perhaps! ;)

Yield: 24 brownie bites

Triple Chocolate Brownie Bites

These Triple Chocolate Brownie Bites use a boxed brownie mix, chocolate chips, frosting, and chocolate sprinkles. Perfect as an after-school snack!
prep time: 10 MINScook time: 9 MINStotal time: 19 mins


  • 18.4 oz box Pillsbury Family Size Chocolate Fudge Brownie mix (plus ingredients called for on box)
  • 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 16 oz package Pillsbury Filled Pastry Bag, Chocolate Fudge flavor
  • chocolate sprinkles


  1. Prepare brownie batter by adding the ingredients listed on the box mix. Line 24 mini muffin cups with paper mini cupcake liners.
  2. Scoop batter, 2 teaspoons full at a time, into each mini muffin cup. Sprinkle chocolate chips evenly over batter in muffin cups. Bake at 350 degrees for 6 - 9 minutes or until brownies are almost cooked through. Allow brownies to cool completely.
  3. Frost brownie bites with chocolate frosting using the filled pastry bag. Sprinkle with chocolate jimmies. Serve immediately.
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triple chocolate brownie bites recipe

I really love how easy and quick it is to make these little brownie bites ready as a perfect after school snack. Plus, with how small they are, they're perfect for those of us watching our portion sizes! Just ignore me indulging at the end of the night once the kids are asleep, ha!

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I'm so excited to celebrate the beginning of the school year with my boys and Pillsbury Brownies. Pillsbury makes any typical baking occasion a celebration without the hassle and mess of making everything from scratch - plus, you can get your kids joining in the fun as well! The first-ever pre-filled Pillsbury pastry bag makes decorating treats simple and fun for bakers of all ages and stages. They are available in Vanilla, Chocolate Fudge, and Cream Cheese.

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