Conversation Heart Brownie Bites for Valentine’s Day

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If you’re looking for a treat that’s easy to make for Valentine’s Day, it doesn’t get much easier than this. A box of your favorite brownie mix (I love the richness of Ghirardelli brownie mix), a quick batch of icing (powdered sugar & milk) and some gel icing writers are the perfect tools to create a holiday treat.

I found this adorable Wilton heart silicone mold that makes it easy to create heart shaped cakes, brownies, gelatin, almost anything you could want. The icing part can be a bit messy but the dripping makes a pretty cool effect over the dark brownies and they’re the perfect size for a small treat and message to someone you love.

conversation heart brownie bites

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  1. These are so cute!

  2. Christina Z says:

    love these

  3. Those are too adorable!
    I would definitely love to make those for the upcoming holiday-I know my boyfriend would appreciate a good sweet treat xD

  4. They turned out cute!

  5. Oh, those are cute.

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  6. I think these might become a Daisy meeting snack! Thanks for the idea Cat!

  7. Pat Grashoff says:

    These will be just perfect for my students in my class. They will have to read the words.

  8. I love that. Super great idea instead of the little chalk hearts. Make your own conversations. I love the creativeness and who can pass up a brownie…not me. : ) If you ever link up to any parties, I would love for you to link up to my new blog hop…”Inspiration in Progress” every Thursday. http://onecreativeprocrastinatinggal.blogspot.com/2013/01/inspiration-in-progress-2.html

  9. Nicole says:

    These are great! Did you have trouble getting the brownies out? Did you coat the pan with anything?
    Thanks!

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