Christmas brownie bites

I made these small Christmas brownie bites today. Normally, I would use a nice chocolate fudge frosting on top of my brownie bites. But today I used powdered sugar “snow” instead. I made the red berries out of red fondant, brushed with Tylo glue and then dipped in red disco sparkle from Edable Art (UK company).

The Holly leaves is made with the Holly plunger from PME, also using fondant. I did not use gum paste this time. For the brownies, have I used this brownie recipe that I really like. I am happy that they just match my little homemade gift box, as I am going to use the Christmas brownie bites as a little gift for tomorrow.

Happy Caking!

Louise

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Comments

  1. Mary Sanavia says

    These are so cute!!! I’m so sorry to see them now and not in time for christmas…but I’ll try them this year!!!. Thank you for sharing!

  2. says

    Nancy: I used a 1 1/2″ circle cutter. I did not double the recipe but baked it in a 8″ square pan. The brownie recipe from Joy of baking is my favorite.

  3. Nancy says

    I love this brownie ideal. What size cutter did you use and did you make a double batch to get them so tall? I would love to make them for other holidays also, I think it would be great fun.

  4. says

    Alessandra: ohh great to hear about the spirulina.

    theprincesskim: Tylo glue is made by mixing Tylo powder with boiled water, to a thick clear glue.

  5. theprincesskim says

    I love getting your newsletter! You have great work and inspire me! Please can you tell me what Tylo glue is? Thanks and Merry Christmas! xoxo Kim

  6. says

    Ciao Louise,

    lovely Christmas brownie bites, and beautiful hand-made box too!
    I finally made my green icing with spirulina, very happy with the results and taste!

    Seasons’ greetings

    Alessandra

  7. says

    Louise, these look really yummy and good. Thank so much for sharing all these lovely posts and I must tell you that it has become part of my life.

    Have a Blessed Christmas and looking forward to more goodies from your blog next year.

    Always inspired by you.

    Hugs
    Edith

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