Santa Belt Brownies For Christmas
Today I have a great recipe to share on The Inspiration Edit. It is Santa Belt Brownies and I sure hope you like them. I am so looking forward to Christmas 2016 and can’t wait to make some treats for my daughter’s Christmas Party. It will be so fun.
Santa Belt Brownies
Makes 1 9×13 pan
What You Will Need
2 boxes of brownie mix eggs
3 egg whites
2 C powder sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract
1/2 tsp cream of tarter
Red, black and yellow gel food coloring
3 disposable piping bags with a number 2 tip
1 squeeze bottle
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Using a standing mixer, combine the egg whites, powder sugar, vanilla, and cream of tarter and mix until stiff peaks form.
Split the icing into three bowls
Add a little bit of food colouring into each bowl. One colour per bowl.
Scoop a little bit of the red icing into one piping bag with a number 2 tip and the black icing into the second number 2 tip and the yellow icing into the third piping bag with number 2 tip
Add 3 tbsp water into the remaining red icing and mix until combined.
Pour icing into the squeeze bottle
Preheat oven to 350 degrees
Follow the directions on the back of the brownie box to make the brownies.
Once baked, let cool on a wire rack until cooled to room temperature.
Once cooled, slide brownies out of pan and cut into bars
Flip brownies upside down so that you can pipe icing on the smooth side.
Using the black icing, pipe the belt in the middle of the brownies and fill in
Using the red icing, pipe the top and bottom part and fill in with the thinner red icing in the squeeze bottle.
Using the yellow icing, pipe on the belt buckle
Let dry for an hour before enjoying.