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Here’s Our Secret To The Perfect Holiday Mini-Dessert!
These cute little holiday treats are as easy to make as they come. With fresh strawberries, and a little dash of creamy goodness, they’re nutritious and delicious!
Not to mention the brownies, which makes these perfect for all chocoholics, too! This recipe uses a store-bought brownie mix (which makes this even easier) but feel free to make your favorite homemade brownie batter instead, if preferred. Buy some pretty little boxes, and give them away as gifts, for the holiday. Whatever you do, they’re cute, creative, and a crowd pleaser!
I’m so glad I came across Jen’s recipe and I’m pretty sure we are going to be making these Santa hat brownies every year, from now on. The kids were crazy about the test batch I made! I can’t wait to give these as gifts to our neighbors and friends over the holidays.
Recipe and image courtesy of Jen.
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Quick Tip: Instead of brownies, you could make Santa hat blondies!