Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Uber Cute Brownie Buttons

Hiya cutie pies. I even like your darling little name: Brownie Buttons. You're brownies, but you're helpless little newborn brownie infants with a little sprinkling of baby powder-uh- I mean powdered sugar. You're so darn adorable, I want to sneak you into my Hello Kitty pencil pouch and carry you off to school. Or I could meet you later, when the bell rings. My house, say at 3? Wouldn't you like to have one of these waiting for you after a day at school with Mrs. Crabtree? The apple is only for decoration, dear readers.
Click here for the recipe. Just as a note, these are a little bit tricky to get out of the pan, so butter it well. I tried mini muffin liners-big sticky mistake. Also, this recipe makes 14 brownie bites, but I filled my 12 cup mini muffin pan a little full and they came out just perfect.

Coming Next:
Spicy Fried Chicken Drumsticks

28 comments:

Nickki said...

They are adorable! I keep looking at this recipe, I must get around to making it one day.

chocolatechic said...

I didn't butter my pans, I sprayed them with Bakers Joy, and they popped right out.

The Japanese Redneck said...

Those remind me of the 100 calorie pack things I bought. But, I imagine your's were 100 times better.
Ramona

Katherine Aucoin said...

These do look cute and I like the added touch of the confectioner's sugar sprinkled on top.

Hornedfroggy said...

So cute! Loved your post! :)

ostwestwind said...

Oh, they are really helpless and need a shoulder, sorry apple to lean on.

Great work

Ulrike @ K├╝chenlatein

Cathy said...

These really ARE uber cute! I love the powdered sugar - so pretty and so much less fussy that white chocolate ganache (although fussier than nothing on top, which is what I did). These really are a perfect little lunchbox treat! And wow, they are really dwarfed by that apple, aren't they?

Karen said...

super cute! :) Love the powdered sugar on them!

Sara @ Our Best Bites said...

So super cute! I love tiny treats (because I can eat more of them :)

The Blonde Duck said...

Adorable! I should have served these at the puppy ball, which is today, by the way! I hope Sailor likes her role!

Marthe said...

Perfection!! And they taste good too!

laurie said...

Just found your blog and I can't wait to go through the whole thing! Move over Julie Powell - I'm impressed!

lasinthekitchen said...

This is the cutest post! Which is appropriate since it matches the uber cute brownie buttons you baked!

Leslie said...

I love love love brownie bites! Too cute

Jennifer said...

So cute arent they!!! I love them!

figtree said...

These brownies would go quick in my house!!Figtreeapps

Marjie said...

They're cute. I bet my little guys would love them.

I saw Scout at Duckie's ball; she's just beautiful.

sliceofsueshe said...

I have my idea on these little cuties in the book. Yours look adorable. Plus, the smaller they are, the more you can eat, right?

TeaLady said...

So cute with the powdered sugar next to the big apple.

Close to home said...

I have tried these on several occasions and they stick and not so pretty to display. I am wondering if those silicone pans are a bettter solution.

Michal said...

brownies are just irresistible. and little goodies are great because they aren't as big a calorie commitment--unless you eat four of them!:)

Katrina said...

Cute post for some fun buttons! ;)

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Jules Someone said...

Glad you enjoyed them. I just sprayed my pan, and they came out easily. Hmmmm.

Coby said...

Cute? Sweet? Adorable? C'mon, they are so NOT any of these things. They are, very obviously wicked evil little tempters telling me they are just too little to effect my waistline at all, and so why wouldn't I want just one more, just one more?;) I am NOT fooled........I am, however horribly tempted......

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