June 3, 2012

Snickers Fudge Brownies

So, you know those moments when you're standing in your kitchen staring at random ingredients, wracking your brain because you just know you're on the brink of something awesome if you can just figure out how it all fits together?

Kinda like when MacGyver uses a paper clip and a tampon to build a dune buggy to save the drowning sea otters and it totally works and everyone's like Way to go MacGyver! You're so rad! And sea otters are the cutest things EVER!

No?  Well, anyway... I found myself staring at a can of sweetened condensed milk, a bag of chocolate chips, some Snickers that I forgot to send with Brutus to his school party and a brownie mix and I thought... meh, why not?

Y'all.  These were SO easy and wicked good.  So, the next time you want to totally rock it out MacGyver style, go for these.

Snickers Fudge Brownies
1 family-size box brownie mix (18-oz)
Eggs, oil & water for the brownies
2 9-oz. bags snack-size Snickers
1 14-oz. can sweetened condensed milk
1 12-0z. bag semi-sweet chocolate chips
Pinch of salt

Line a 13x9 baking pan with aluminum foil and spray generously with cooking spray. Bake the brownies in prepared pan according to package directions for a 13x9 pan.  Remove brownies from oven and cool for 10 minutes. Chop Snickers and sprinkle evenly on top of brownies.

Make the fudge by melting sweetened condensed milk, chocolate chips and salt over medium-low heat, stirring until smooth.  Spread fudge evenly over snickers (to spread mine evenly, I covered it with a sheet of waxed paper and pressed it with my hands).

Refrigerate until firm then remove brownies from pan by lifting up aluminum foil lining.  Cut to size then serve and store at room temperature.

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Anonymous said...

Sounds awesome! Can't wait to try it!

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Stephanie said...

Yum! Could you just go ahead and make me a batch of these and ship them? : )

beverly lee said...

oh, yummy I will have to give these a try!

SerenaB said...

Oh my these look rich and delicious! I would love for you to come share over at fabulous Fridays! Have a fabulous week! http://www.serenabakessimplyfromscratch.com/2012/06/fabulous-friday-2.html

The Better Baker said...

Oh my - these jumped right out of the computer and grabbed me around the neck! =) MY Kind of recipe...we are so happy you linked up to Weekend Potluck, but would love to be able to feature recipes like this at FB...and WP...but I don't see a link back to WP. =( Please keep coming over for the party...we love having you.

Kim and Julie (Sunflower Supper Club) said...

I made this right away and my kids devoured them! Thanks for sharing such a great recipe at the Weekend Potluck! Can't wait to see what you bring this week!

Anonymous said...

OK I'm confused...do you bake the brownies with the Snickers on top or do you put the Snickers on after the brownies are baked? Thanks!

South Your Mouth said...

After they've baked! I guess l need to edit that to read "bake" brownies instead of "make" brownies per manufacturers instructions.

David K said...

Can you ship some to me?

Anonymous said...

Please help. I couldn't find the print recipe button.

Mandy Rivers said...

Check now! This is an older post that didn't have the printable recipe link! I just updated it :)

Anonymous said...

Sounds yummy! I'm going to make these for our girls weekend in Matagorda, TX.

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