Well, hello, again! As you know, I don't normally bake sweets, but my family loves them. Lately, I have been in the kitchen more - trying out new recipes to give my kids and husband some healthier versions of the sweets out there. I made some Mini Bite Brownies yesterday. The kids enjoyed it very much and I thought I pack some for their school snacks today.
These boxes look like cake boxes! The Brownies are made from black beans, pumpkin puree, and dark chocolate. I got the recipe from here.
They look like this before putting them in the fridge and wrapping them. Can you tell I am not too fancy in putting on the toppings? :)
The cute boxes make up for it, right? To make the box, cut out a 4-1/2" x 7" piece of card stock. Score 1-1/4" and 3-1/4" on the short side. Score 1-1/4", 3-1/4", 4-1/2", and 6-1/2" on the long side. Cut the sides and round the corners of the flap. Punch a 1-1/4" circle on both the CS and DSP at the top. For the insert, I use the left over piece and cut into 2" x 2-1/2". Score 1/4" and 2-1/4" on the long side and punch a hole with 1-3/4" circle to hold the Brownie in place. Adhere it all the way to the bottom of the box (1/4" high).
I am surprised that they are delicious and healthy! Hope you will have a sweet day!