One of the cutest desserts for fall is the Owl Brownie. These cute Owl Brownie Treats are easy to make with the kids. Make them for a fun fall treat and let the kids join in for some decorating fun.
Themed desserts are so much fun to make.
These owl brownies are perfect for fall and Halloween.
How long will Frosted Brownies last?
- Store frosted brownies in an air tight container at room temperature or in the refrigerator for 3-5 days
When is the right time to cut a brownie?
- Allow brownies to cool completely before cutting. If you choose to cut brownies while they are warm, they may be messy and gooey
How Do You Make Owl Brownies?
- Bake milk chocolate brownies and let cool
- Use a circle cookie cutter to make brownie circles
- Decorate with chocolate frosting through a star-tipped pastry bag
- Twist Oreos apart and place 2 cookies down with white up for eyes
- Add chocolate chips to the whites of the eyes
- Use candy corn for the nose and ears
If you love holiday-themed foods, try…
- 1 9×13 pan Milk Chocolate Brownies – Use a Mix plus ingredients listed on box to add to mix or make your favorite homemade recipe
- Round cookie cutters 2 inch
- 1 16 oz. Chocolate frosting – I used store bought
- Mini Oreos with white center – You can also use regular sized for larger eyes
- 16 Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips
- 24 Candy Corn
- pastry bag
- star tip
- Bake brownies in a pan lined with parchment paper
- After brownies have cooled completely, lift the parchment paper out of the pan
- Use the cookie cutter to make circle shapes out of the brownies
- Fill a pastry bag topped with a star tip with chocolate frosting
- Pipe frosting onto brownies
- Twist Oreos apart so the white is still intact
- Place 2 Oreos white side up onto the frosted brownie
- Finish those off with Chocolate Chips in the center of the whites
- Use traditional Candy Corn colors of white, orange and yellow for the beak
- Use 2 more pieces of candy corn for the ears – just push those into the brownies so they point up
- The amount will vary depending on the size of the cookie cutter you use. A large circle will make fewer owls than a smaller circle cookie cutter would
- *I used a 3-inch cookie cutter on a 9-inch square brownie batch and was able to get 4 large owls. The owls were large and the kids struggled to eat the whole brownie. I would recommend a circle around 2 &1/2 inches or less.
~Melissa – KidFriendlyThingsToDo.Com