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Chocolate Caramel Brownie Cups

I'm in charge of the desserts for all of our holiday family gatherings.  I do a combination of new recipes and family favorites, and these Chocolate Caramel Brownie Cups are on the must-make list every year! The recipe was originally given to me by a friend via an online message board, and I've been making them for 10 years. 

 

It doesn't get much easier. You make brownie batter from a box mix, I use the family size Betty Crocker Fudge Brownie mix.  I scoop the batter into paper lined mini muffin tins using a cookie scoop, then drop one Rolo into each cup. I bake them for 10 mins. It makes 48 yummy bite size treats!

 
You can also use mini peanut butter cups or the filled Hershey's kisses, both turn out great.  Thank you so much to LaDonna for sharing this recipe with me!


Chocolate Caramel Brownie Cups

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Chocolate Caramel Brownie Cups
Author: Jolene Martinelli

Ingredients

  • 1 pkg. Betty Crocker Brownie Mix (18.3 oz Family Size), plus ingredients to make brownies
  • 24 chocolate covered caramel candy (Rolos)

Instructions

  1. Mix brownie batter according to package directions.
  2. Fill paper-lined mini muffin cups 2/3 full.
  3. Remove wrappers from Rolo candy. Place one rolo in each cup and press into batter slightly
  4. Bake 350 for 10 to 12 minutes.
  5. Let cool completely.
Source: LaDonna R.
caramel, chocolate, brownie
Desserts, Brownies, Easy
American
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Comments

  1. It just so happens I have a brownie mix and rolos....guess what I'll be making ASAP

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  2. Easy and delicious! I can see why you are in charge of dessert!

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  3. I can see why these are a family favorite...and so stinkin' easy too!!!

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  4. So easy and so yummy! Perfect for when you need a sweet treat!

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  5. I love how easy these are to make! Definitely a holiday favorite!

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  6. This is what I will be making for dessert! They sound so yummy!

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  7. Yes, please! My kids will love these and so will their friends!

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